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William was an extremely good agent to me and my friend. He responded quickly to all my texts and emails and showed up to our meeting on time. He then took my friend and I all around the city to look for apartments within our exact price range and requirements. After this, we went back to his office and he helped us fill out paperwork till around 7:00 pm. Overall, he spent 6 hours with me on a Saturday and showed me an apartment I absolutely loved. Unfortunately, I wasn''t able to apply for it due to other reasons, but I have to rate his service a 5/5.
HEIDI DHEIDI D. | Friday January 22, 2016
We used Damian Cipressi, and he did a good job for us. We were difficult clients because we weren''t well organized or decisive. Damian did a good job of keeping us on track, pleasantly keeping us focused, and helping us to comply with the fairly detailed and picky requirements of the manager of the building we picked. We''d use Damian again and recommend him to others.
David WittgensteinWest Village | Wednesday April 29, 2015
Aaron was by far the most professional, warm, and fun broker I have ever worked with. He was timely and showed us exactly what we wanted within our budget. He is an absolute pleasure to work with, and took all the stress out of apartment hunting.
GraceFriday January 22, 2016
Dorms Vs Apartments: Which is Right For You?
Choosing housing is the next big decision after deciding which college to attend. Just as different schools have their advantages and disadvantages, your housing choices can also impact your experience and college record. For first year students on-campus housing may be required, but many sophomore and upper classmen consider getting their own housing off-campus.
|Lack of privacy as you are typically sharing a room||You don’t have to worry about sacrificing your privacy as you have your own room. Studying is easier with less distractions.|
|Subject to dorm rules, periodic inspections, rules to when you can have visitors, etc.||Less restrictions, you have the liberty of having people over and you don’t have to worry about the landlord showing up for a surprise visit.|
|Dorms can be a very expensive living arrangement.||Generally cheaper than living in a dorm as universities typically charge a premium for living on campus.|