Ted Henwood

Mirador's Edward Henwood Featured In NYT’s HUNT On Stretching Budgets

PC: New York Times

PC: New York Times

Many would be surprised to know that stretching your budget ever so slightly when looking for a home could make a huge difference. Mirador agent Edward 'Ted' Henwood was featured in the New York Time's HUNT column telling of one of his many experiences with a potential buyer who did just that and wound up with a perfect home.

“With students and out-of-town parents, you have to quickly enlighten them about the challenges of the New York rental market,” Mr. Henwood said. “You can certainly find a place, but the places that are a good deal — meaning you want to live there and the price is right — disappear quickly.”

He continues that stretching your budget just a bit can be absolutely "worth the reach." Read the full article in the New York Times here.

Mirador Agent Edward Henwood Featured in NY Times for Helping NYU Students Find Off-Campus Housing

PC: Katherine Marks for the New York Times

PC: Katherine Marks for the New York Times

Tired of the tiny spaces and complicated security, New York University juniors Callum Hutchinson and Joey Solomon had enough of dormitory living. In search of a two-bedroom off-campus apartment, Callum contacted Mirador Licensed Real Estate Salesperson Edward Henwood with a $3,000 budget.

After searching around Manhattan and Brooklyn, Edward helped them find an apartment in Williamsburg with high-ceilings, exposed brick, a skylight, and similar-sized bedrooms. The two young men moved in just before school started in August.

Read more about their apartment hunt in the full New York Time's article here.