Landlord raised the rent and it was time to move to a larger space
A portfolio manager at one of New York City's largest firms received his renewal lease and it had an extra couple of hundred
dollars tacked onto it. If he was going to pay more he wanted a larger and better apartment to justify the increase in the
money he spent on rent.
Location was also a big factor as he needed to be south of 8th Street. Due to his busy schedule he couldn't afford wasting
time and needed trusted and reliable results. He knew, from previous rental experience, he could not get this from a traditional
real estate broker. Of course, he also wanted to avoid the hefty broker fee -- which in his new rental bracket would have
meant a fee of over $7,500.
On his "go see" day, I sent him a total of 3 apartments. All within his price point and all with unique features that made
each one a perfect fit.
I instructed him, behind the scenes, on how to retrieve the keys for the apartments I selected for him. In one instance the
landlord told him to get the keys from the fish store. He did. He opened the door without a tag along broker and fell in love
with the first apartment on his list.
I urged him to apply immediately. He did, was approved on the spot, and signed a lease on the same day. And well, the rest
is history. He was happy in his new home for three years. At which point he contacted me again, and we repeated the above.
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