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rcolon2034, Both Buyer and Seller in Chicago, IL

Was told bsmt apt, was not above grade level, do I need to change the property description through zoning? It was once 2-11, now 2-03.

Asked by rcolon2034, Chicago, IL Fri Mar 15, 2013

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Agreed. List the property as it is currently identified on City/Public records. If something's amiss, and the City record does not match the physical layout of the property, state something to that affect in the disclosure line of your MLS or attach an addendum to minimize any potential misrepresentations or legal ramifications. CYA - all the way!!! Good Luck!
0 votes Thank Flag Link Fri Apr 5, 2013
List your property based on its current zoning.
0 votes Thank Flag Link Fri Mar 15, 2013
Same as the other post, can you clarify? Don't lower the unit count to two from three, especially if you have a third unit. Below grade or not, if the building is a three flat on city records, keep it that way.
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