Are there rentals in New City

Dated: 07/27/2011

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The other day, I was asked this question: " Are there rentals in New City and what kind of rentals?" They were so surprised when I told them that there are about 15 rentals in MLS (Multiple Listing Service) today, ranging from $1500/mth for a 1 bedroom apartment to $5500/mth for a full 7 bedroom house. You can rent a portion of a house, a condo, or a full house. So far in the month of July, 4 rentals have been rented in New City. Often times, people only think of apartment buildings for rentals, and New City wouldn't fit into that category. For a variety of reasons, people are renting homes. They can be investment properties, or the homeowner may have been transferred for a short period of time. What ever the reason is, New City is a great place to live as a homeowner, or as a renter.
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Kacy Coyle Dow

Growing up in Rockland County and being a 3rd generation realtor, it was important for me to continue the "Coyle & Coyle" family tradition of real estate. I understand the importance of professionali....

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