Condo Buyer in New York City Wants a Level Playing Field

The New York Times, Saturday, February, 12, 2011, Christine Haughney

“Fight over 109 Square Feet in Condo Shines Light on How Homes Are Measured”

A buyer wanted to buy a condo advertised as having 743 square feet, but when the buyer measured it, after paying a deposit, it only measured 634 feet.  The seller refused to reduce the purchase price by the percentage of the difference. The buyer doesn’t think this is right: “We’re trying to do whatever we can so that it’s a level playing field.”  

A level playing field helps in sports and business. 


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One Response to “Condo Buyer in New York City Wants a Level Playing Field”

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