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Posted: Wednesday, March 20, 2013 12:15 AM

Reply Editorial Reviews - How to Find a Low Priced Rental in NYC
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Award wining Writer, Director and NYC native Iarussi has written a guide of ten steps to finding a low cost apartment in NYC

I was Born and raised in NYC says author Iarussi. I have lived in NYC between my adventures/travels on 5 different occasions.

I know what it can be like to be searching for an apartment in NYC. Especially if you are form Timbuktu two, or wherever.

Let's be honest--you don't really know the difference between rent-controlled and rent-stabilized, do you? Said Author Iarussi.

You may see ads for co-ops for rent. Of course you know what a co-op is, don't you? When you enter one, you may have figured out how they got their name. They are $2500 a month and look more like a chicken "coop" than Co-Op.

Author Don Iarussi has lived in a one-bedroom apartment on the 29th floor on the West Side overlooking the Hudson River. He paid about $500 a month. He lived in a one bedroom on East 84th Street and paid only $300 a month.

In the Park Slope Area, Iarussi rented a rent stabilized one-bedroom apartment for two years and paid less than $400 a month.

There are many places out their said Iarussi. It is a matter of knowing where to look and selling yourself as a responsible, mature tenant.

189th at belmont, 10458    google map | yahoo map

• Location: Other, barnes and noble, amazon

• Post ID: 19544612 newyork

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