Mount Sinai entices top doctors with no-interest NYC mortgages
They came to cure — but they made a killing. Mount Sinai School of Medicine lured top medical talent from around the country by doling out large interest-free loans that allowed coveted professors to score big in the New York real estate market. Since 2008, the highly ranked Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai has given six- and seven-figure mortgages to at least three sought-after physicians, according to records obtained by the Daily News. The tender loving care extends to the payback as well.
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