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Eligibility question helppp’

Posted 08-01-2021 at 07:46 PM by Hopefulthinking


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Originally Posted by macnyc2003 View Post
If you qualify for two sizes of apartment, the marketing guidelines say that you are supposed to be offered a choice. However, the marketing agent would need to have a vacant one-bedroom to offer you. They tend to go fast because they’re not that much more expensive than studios, and people want a one-bedroom for the flexibility and added space.

If you like the building and the location, you could submit your documents and go through the process for the studio and let the agent know that you are hoping that a one-bedroom becomes available. You never know. There could be a unit assigned to someone else, and that person is disqualified for some reason. It happens all the time.

Thank you !!
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