I’m about to buy a large industrial apartment in an area that has been known to be very quiet in the last few years.
The building is located at the edge of a town, and it’s a quiet part of town where the residents are a mix of expats, and mostly older people who work in industry.
It’s also the location where the building’s previous tenant recently vacated, which is not an uncommon occurrence in industrial estates.
In this case, it’s the owner who has taken advantage of the quiet and has left the building vacant.
A short walk from my place, and a few blocks from the nearest grocery store, I see this building’s former tenant move out with the help of the city.
In the old days, it would have been an easy matter to buy the property and redevelop it into something else, but as the building ages, the city is buying it and selling it off for $3,500, a good price for the quality of the property.
I think I could do with some help.
I could have a look around and see what other apartments are available in the area, and possibly try to find a buyer.
After all, I know that it’s cheaper to rent than buy.
The average price of a new apartment in the city of New York is around $1,200 per month, and I don’t want to rent out a room in this apartment to someone who will have to pay $3.50 an hour for rent.
But I’m not going to have a chance of getting that deal.
The previous tenant has been evicted.
It would have taken a year or so to get him back in the building.
If I can find a place to rent a room, I might be able to save some money.
So I make a phone call to the city, and get ahold of the owner of the building who has agreed to rent to me for the space.
The person I spoke with tells me that the previous tenant had lived there for about ten years, but the building is now being demolished, so he’s now out of the picture.
I’m hoping that I can get a good deal on this apartment, and maybe get some savings for rent if I can pay it off.
My next step is to find out where the next tenants will live.
For the next few days, I get in touch with the owner to see if he’s interested in the apartment.
He’s not interested, because he doesn’t think the building can be sold.
I tell him that I need a new lease for this apartment so I can move it.
He agrees to the lease, but he says that if I want to keep it, I need to make a payment every month.
What I’m trying to do is make sure that the building isn’t vacant for more than a few months before I can sell it.
When I get my lease in hand, I set out to find the next tenant.
Before I could rent out the apartment, I had to first make sure the building was vacant.
The building is in the middle of a neighborhood that is mostly used for residential purposes.
Once I knew that it was empty, I began by looking around the area and looking for vacant buildings.
I didn’t have to look far.
In my search for vacant apartments, I stumbled across a building on the edge and in the vicinity of a grocery store.
It wasn’t that much of a surprise that the owner had given it up.
But the owner was not very happy about it.
It was an empty building with no windows and no heating, so I took a look at the building for a couple of days.
It wasn’t clear what I was looking for, but it was pretty clear that there was no room for tenants in there.
I made a couple more visits to the building, but after that I couldn’t find anyone interested in it.
After a while, I called the building owner and made a call.
He told me that he had been leasing the building to another developer and had not had the building occupied for a while.
This is where things got interesting.
Now that I know the owner is willing to rent the apartment out, it seemed like a good time to rent it out to someone.
I decided to give it a try, and as I was about to rent this apartment out to a potential tenant, the owner showed up.
To his credit, the landlord did not seem angry about the decision.
As I told him that the lease I had agreed to was going to expire in a few weeks, he said that I would have to make some kind of payment every six months or so.
That’s when things got very awkward.
I said that if the lease didn’t expire soon, I would be willing to make that payment.
Again, he wasn’t interested.
Instead, he told me he was interested in