Mortgages / Real Estate
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Sounds like you needed a lawyer and a better understanding of what were signing. Get one now and see if there are any options left to you. Sorry for your troubles but what yo ... more
If the rest of the home is updated, I would consider updating the kitchen as well. Don't miss out on the market by going through a project that is too long though.
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I think it would be helpful to look at the mutual expectations that were in place when you signed the agreement. Whether the agreement (or an offer delivered by the ag ... more
Unless you are your own broker, you should take this question to your broker or managing broker. They will tell you the office protocol for handling such matters.
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A good starting point is to find out if the cottage is permitted or perhaps grandfathered in.
Next one would establish if cottages are common in the area and look for recent com ... more
A pre-sale inspection lets potential buyers know more about the property condition, so they can make an offer more confidently. If you are in a multiple offer market area, ... more
I recommend speaking with agents whom others have had positive experiences with. It doesn't hurt to ask friends and family if they know anybody. I'm happy to hear that you'r ... more
My sister closed a refinance with her real estate broker just recently her condo is in litigation as well which is also contruction defect. its been in litigation since 2012 you ... more
property tax remains same as last previous. Not sure it has to be in the same county .
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