Sunday, October 22, 2006

HELP WANTED-town may evict tenants on foreclosed property

Your help wanted...The town has taken ownership of an apartment building on Main Street in Dobbs Ferry due to a foreclosure. The building inspector has advised the Town Board that there are structural/safety issues at the building. As a result, the town is in the process of evicting a few remaining tenants who remain at the building we now own. I am helping one of the families find an apartment. So far-- no luck! The couple can afford about $1300 a month. The wife works. The husband has a diability. They have a child. If you know of any apartments in the area please contact me at 993-1540 (my home number is 478 1219) or at my e mail address: pfeiner@greenburghny.com. In addition, if you would like to assist the family financially please advise and I will let you know how you can go about doing so. The family can afford the rent but they can't afford the extra charges: the one months rent, security and additional realtors fee that is usually charged.
Thanks for any assistance you can provide.

3 comments:

Roz Leviatin said...

Vic and I would be happy to help the Dobbs Ferry family financially if you let us know how this can be done. Would that all landlords were as concerned about their tenants. And would that all towns had supervisors who thought up the notion of posting Help Wanteds on a blog. I used to be proud to be part of the Greenburgh community. Reading your "post" reminded me of that long-ago feeling. Thank you!

Paul Feiner said...

Dear Roz: Thanks so much for your kind words and offer to help. We need more pepole in the world like you and Vic who are willing to help others in need. I will advise the tenants of your offer. Thanks again!

Paul Feiner said...

Dear Roz: Thanks so much for your kind words and offer to help. We need more pepole in the world like you and Vic who are willing to help others in need. I will advise the tenants of your offer. Thanks again!