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Old 01-29-2013, 10:02 AM
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Ok, let me ask something to clarify here.. the inside part that you have rented consists of the space directly behind that door and to the back wall, there is an imaginary wall that sections off your rented space from the rest of the whole building, correct? I believe some people may be getting the idea that you are renting that entire building as seen in the photos of the outside.
in the first post i explained the size of the bay and the space im renting.
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Old 01-29-2013, 11:30 PM
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in the first post i explained the size of the bay and the space im renting.
yes, i saw that, but not everyone reads or remembers the first post all of the time. I guess $2000/month seems high to me for just an open 15x50 space (which is what the feller up north said he would have to pay for something like that, which leads me to believe he may be thinking that you meant much more of an area than you are actually renting)
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Old 01-29-2013, 11:36 PM
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yes, i saw that, but not everyone reads or remembers the first post all of the time. I guess $2000/month seems high to me for just an open 15x50 space (which is what the feller up north said he would have to pay for something like that, which leads me to believe he may be thinking that you meant much more of an area than you are actually renting)
I think real estate is that high on Long Island, I;ve got some friends that live up there and property tax is over $30K/year for a house.
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