If you think it’s a bargain, how about a bridge?

This row is near the "bargain" that interested a buyer of mine.

A buyer with whom I began working not long ago really, really wanted a co-op that her parents originally saw with her in mind.

Yet I could see that it couldn’t have been more unsuitable for her, a wisp of a young woman who works nights, though my veiled concern for her safety was only one issue.  (Because of appropriate restrictions in the Fair Housing Act, I told her what I say to everyone I represent: Be sure to walk around the neighborhood at night.)

The other reasons I felt the apartment was a mistake had to do with these things: Continue reading