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11/09/2017
By: Danela B.
Trade Nyc Realty
Stay away!!! The most unprofessional, rude, liars!!! They will scam you out of money. Make false promises and get your money without delivering. You will go thru stress and lose money. If I would of known this I would never ever try to do business with them. If you value your time and don't want to lose money. Stay away from this company!!!! I went thru all this and now my next step will be to take them to the small claims court.
10/17/2017
By: Mya W.
Big City Realty
If you black please say away the won’t fix anything even you have a child you need to call the city to have anything fix
09/27/2017
By: Lee J.
Oxford Property Group
I am satisfied to buy the affordable and commercial office space. I will highly recommended to all this service!
09/20/2017
By: David T.
Home Dax Real Estate
I worked with Nick and Elisa to purchase my first co-op in the competitive NYC market. It's never easy purchasing a home but they helped make the transaction a relatively smooth process. Elisa worked with me personally and kept up communication with the seller's agent throughout this whole process. That was key to ensure there were no issues and kept everything in motion. If you're planning on purchasing a home in NYC, you will definitely need an agent to represent you and help guide you through all the intricacies. You will be well taken care of with HomeDax.
08/30/2017
By: James W.
Oxford Property Group
Last year me and my wife moved to New York! Thanks Oxford Property Group for making things easy for us. Quick Responses, Awesome Service!! Highly recommended
07/27/2017
By: Robert W.
Oxford Property Group
Oxford Property Group has excellent customer service and execution. Agents did a great job. Rates and fees were superior to all the alternatives, nationally!
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06/30/2017
By: Jin Q.
Home Dax Real Estate
I had the pleasure of working with Nick Oliver as my buyer's agent. After chatting over the phone to get a sense of my situation, he sent over listings that met my criteria and budget the next day. His explanations were thorough, and he was very transparent about the home buying process. I didn't feel any pressure from him at all. I decided to postpone the search for a couple months to due personal reasons, but Nick and his team will definitely be my first point of contact when I'm ready.
06/22/2017
By: Liz A.
Home Dax Real Estate
We purchased a condo in NYC using Nick and the HomeDax team as our buyer's agent this past Spring. HomeDax was very responsive and professional throughout the transaction which made for an excellent overall experience!
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06/19/2017
By: Matthew C.
Home Dax Real Estate
From the beginning, HomeDax and Nick were top-notch and extremely valuable when it came time for us to sell our co-op on the Upper West Side. I would recommend them to anyone looking to sell in NYC.
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06/09/2017
By: Liz C.
Panamequities
I've read plenty of negative reviews about Pan Am on yelp and so to share my opinion, I added my own review about PanAm on Yelp, and it was hidden under "reviews that are not recommended." So here's hoping this will be seen?I don't understand the majority of the negative reviews on Yelp. On second thought, I do. But none of these issues relate directly to them. These are issues every New Yorker has unless they're paying 5M+ for their apartment. And even then I've heard similar stories or different but far worse...I've had nothing but the best experience with PanAm in my last 4 years. Most of the negative reviews are all things that people deal with in ny, no matter who the landlord. I've been living in Manhattan for over 25 years now and have moved around a lot. Probably 15 apartments total. I've had the experience of several different landlords. Maybe 3 or 4 that I can think of off the top of my head that were as responsive to my needs as PanAm. My super has always helped me out whenever I need it, and if for some reason I can't reach the super, I contact Pan Am and if I'm emailing late at night I always have an answer the next morning or latest early afternoon. They've even addressed some of my issues with tenants by sending out flyers to the entire building.Mostly, I've been angered by the reviews on yelp because I've recommended PanAm buildings to friends and family, who then always stumble across their reviews and second guess themselves and my opinion. I've typically been able to sway them since they've all spent time at my apartment and don't have anything but nice things to say. I don't want my friends, family, and coworkers to think I'm making poor recommendations when I know that its the opposite.Anyway, maybe one day my review will be approved by Yelp. Who knows, since I've always had issues with reviews showing up for restaurants, my laundromat, my dog groomer... they pick and choose as they see fit. I don't really get it.
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