Decatur Street, Brooklyn, New York
I have this new construction listing that is priced to sell. It's a gorgeous home, a six bedroom double duplex over double duplex townhouse close to public transportation and surrounded by Brooklyn Brownstones. It has off street parking and has a lovely, over grown backyard. The only problem is, every time I go to check on my firms inventory I find myself having to chase someone off of the property because they want to see the inside or think it is a cool place to hang out (e.g. the steps).
Why do people think it is okay to trespass on private property? Checking to see if someone is on location so one may receive more information is one thing. Having a party in someone else's yard because a construction company owns the property and a person observes the workers go home is another thing entirely. Thank God for the neighborhood watch. They will pick up the phone and call in a heartbeat. I love conscientious neighbors. It also helps that the Democratic Club is right across the street on the corner. Busy activists who care about their neighborhood are a Builder's and Realtor's friend.
The builder installed motion lights, a security fence, security gates, an ADT system, two security cameras, but somehow a miscreant still managed to break the front windows, which now have to be replaced... Hmm... When did the mindless act of rock throwing become cool?
Know anyone who wants a spanking two family home approximately 30 minutes from Manhattan for $499,000? Tell them to call me. I would be more than happy to assist them in this endeavor. This home needs a family. http://www.TannStarr.com
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