$6,000 NYC Apartment Tour 2021! AMAZING Downtown Loft vs Uptown Duplex ~ House Tour Search Vlog

Another friendly real estate agent competition with this New York City apartment tour featuring a loft and a duplex. Take a look at what you can rent for $6,000 in NYC in Financial (Downtown) vs Upper East Side (Uptown). Tell me what you think of my new show Agent vs Agent!

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  1. Apartment #2 was my favorite and looked more like somewhere I could live if I had to live in NYC. Julieta’s tour was perfect and she sold the apartment very well. I’d hire her as my agent any time. The first apartment was cool looking and would appeal to creative types of renters.

  2. Apartment 2 all day. The potential with that back area on the main floor and 3 bathrooms!? The kitchen has a lot of storage and the apartment overall was more of a vibe then the first

  3. The first apt bdrm windows are weird, but the kitchen and flex place is nice. The second apt bathrooms are smaller but I like the outdoor space. Although the bedrooms are smaller I would have to go with the 2nd apartment.

  4. These are both AMAZING apartments. I think overall, #2 is the winner for me because of the outdoor space and main level back room that would be a perfect office (but I do prefer the kitchen and natural light of #1). What’s on the bottom level of apartment #2? I notice there are stairs leading up and down from the main floor.

  5. Apartment #2 has those little details like the fireplaces, door paneling and outdoor space that give it a warmth and style that is missing in the first apartment.

  6. I vote for 1st one! Loved agent’s energy plus she stated “take a risk”. 😎As a foodie, I LOVED the island in the kitchen, plus I find the kitchen the heart of a home. In 2nd one, kitchen was too tight and place looked narrow in general. Both did a great job. Cheers!~Elizabeth

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