Advise on price of Gazcue apartment rental

johne

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I looked at an apartment in Gazcue located on a very nice block (one block from Indepencia Ave) . The apartment is in an older (not new tower) 4 unit building and is completely renovated. It has the charm of plaster, high ceiling etc.The apt. is 1800 square feet and is located on the second floor.

My question is -the owner is asking $900.00 and from what I've seen the rental price for this area is more or less in line. Can anybody share their qualified opinion on the rental price........thanks in advance.

JOHN
 

GilbertArenas

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johne said:
I looked at an apartment in Gazcue located on a very nice block (one block from Indepencia Ave) . The apartment is in an older (not new tower) 4 unit building and is completely renovated. It has the charm of plaster, high ceiling etc.The apt. is 1800 square feet and is located on the second floor.

My question is -the owner is asking $900.00 and from what I've seen the rental price for this area is more or less in line. Can anybody share their qualified opinion on the rental price........thanks in advance.

JOHN
I'd offer 600.
 

NotLurking

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GilbertArenas said:
I'd offer 600.
I have an apt in Gazcue (Plaza Cornelia...Ave. Bolivar.. 4th floor) and it is currently rented for US$500 (RD$15,000)... Offering US$600 sounds fair.
 

Freemo

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Crazy price - try halving that

johne said:
I looked at an apartment in Gazcue located on a very nice block (one block from Indepencia Ave) . The apartment is in an older (not new tower) 4 unit building and is completely renovated. It has the charm of plaster, high ceiling etc.The apt. is 1800 square feet and is located on the second floor.

My question is -the owner is asking $900.00 and from what I've seen the rental price for this area is more or less in line. Can anybody share their qualified opinion on the rental price........thanks in advance.

JOHN
I have an apto in Gazcue - 75% the size of this one, about $500 per month
3 bed -maids quarters, 24/7 on-site security - perimeter wall - 2 parking spots under the building. She's having a laugh as they say.

Paul
 

rubycatalina

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necesities

security?
parking?
most important:
electricity, ie a reliable generator, and water.
don't let anyone fool you, "siempre hay luz en gazcue", actually the elctricity goes off quite often- not as bad as in the barrios, but i am glad i don't rely on an inversor.
 
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GilbertArenas

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NotLurking said:
I have an apt in Gazcue (Plaza Cornelia...Ave. Bolivar.. 4th floor) and it is currently rented for US$500 (RD$15,000)... Offering US$600 sounds fair.
If others are renting for 500, offer 500 and give examples.......it's very difficult to rent anything right now in the DR.