Editor's note: This article is republished with permission from The Real Deal. Click here to view the original article.By CANDACE TAYLORNEW YORK -- The days of dropping by a Sunday open house on a whim may be numbered. Sellers, frustrated by lowball offers and by buyers who are "just looking," want to make sure they're dealing with serious apartment-hunters. As a result, more and more potential buyers are being asked to provide detailed financial information -- from their employer and salary to their debt ratio and savings -- before they're even allowed a peep at an apartment for sale. "The listing brokers are scrutinizing the potential buyer before they even get to the building," said Michael Signet, executive director of sales at Bond New York. "It's ...
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