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  • jcioccke
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    Yup and on top of it we have a winter that wont end and many transplants that come daily for our welfare BEST IN THE COUNTRY

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  • zr5667
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    Wait, somewhere has higher taxes than California?

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  • GoldBadge
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    We have income taxes and high property taxes - my property tax is $12k/year.

    A maintenance/common area fee is a monthly charge for care of the building and common facilities. It is in addition to your mortgage and taxes.

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  • Jiu-Jitsu Cop
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    Those are some high property taxes. Does NY not have income taxes. In Socal I hear clients complain all the time about realestate prices. The sellers can not believe their houses are not worth as much as they paid and the buyers want 50% off the asking price still.

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  • jcioccke
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    He didn't get into the taxes for property & school yet.

    My house is assed at 342,000 and I pay almost 10,600 for school & property taxes.

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  • Murf425
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    Are the maintenance/tax costs listed per year?
    And what are "common charges"?

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  • Why we in NYC cry about housing prices - even these bad market days

    Some recent sales (just a sampling):

    Manhattan

    CENTRAL PARK WEST

    $2,613,500

    279 Central Park West

    Three-bedroom, three-bath condo, 1,800 square feet, with windowed kitchen with granite counters, master suite with two walk-in closets, marble bath with double sinks, washer/dryer and crown molding; building features doorman, gym, playroom and storage. Common charges $2,548, taxes $858. Asking price $2,695,000, on market 10 weeks. Brokers: Tara Torkan Abrams, Torkan Real Estate and Michael A. Jones, The Corcoran Group

    TURTLE BAY

    $525,000

    301 E. 45th St.

    One-bedroom, one-bath condo, 547 square feet, with dining area and four closets; building features landscaped roof deck and storage. Common charges $502, taxes $588. Asking price $555,000, on market six weeks. Brokers: Yvonne Carella, Nest Seekers International and Coura Gaye Sow, Realtyline

    UPPER WEST SIDE

    $529,000

    304 W. 75th St.

    One-bedroom, one-bath co-op, 625 square feet, with windowed kitchen with granite counters and stainless-steel appliances, windowed bath and two walk-in closets; building features doorman, garden, gym and laundry. Maintenance $1,165, 45 percent tax-deductible. Asking price $599,000, on market 20 weeks. Brokers: Sheryl Berger, Argo Residential and Jessica Cohen and Maria Milkova, Prudential Douglas Elliman

    Brooklyn

    BAY RIDGE

    $320,000

    9281 Shore Road

    One-bedroom, one-bath co-op, 850 square feet, with entry foyer with refinished closets, eat-in kitchen with ceramic-tiled floors, stainless-steel appliances and granite counters and new plumbing and electrical systems. Maintenance $628, 50 percent tax-deductible. Asking price $339,000, on market five weeks. Broker: Catherine Cleland, City Connections Realty

    Queens

    RIDGEWOOD

    $410,000

    852 Cypress Ave.

    One-bedroom, two-bath duplex penthouse condo, 1,150 square feet, with dining area, hardwood floors and terrace; building features roof deck. Common charges $454, taxes $109. Asking price $419,000, on market 60 weeks. Broker: Mike Allen, aptsandlofts.com

    The Bronx

    RIVERDALE

    $680,000

    406 W. 263rd St.

    Three-bedroom, 2½-bath, center-hall brick-and-stucco house on a 52-by-109-foot lot, with sunken living room, dining room, center-island kitchen with two sinks, dishwashers and ovens, master suite with walk-in closet, maid’s room, central AC, patio, fenced yard, tool/storage sheds and private driveway. Taxes $5,044. Asking price $699,000, on market 21 weeks. Broker: Bert Trebach, Trebach Realty

    Westchester

    BRONXVILLE $1,450,000

    72 Summit Ave.

    Six-bedroom, five-bath Tudor, 3,373 square feet, with living room with fireplace and built-in bookcases, formal dining room, playroom, sun porch and terrace. Taxes $33,664. Asking price $1,450,000, on market eight weeks. Brokers: Laura Stichter and Sheila Stoltz, Houlihan Lawrence



    Read more: http://www.nypost.com/p/news/busines...#ixzz1GCJLSCfV

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