I guess it depends on what you think you can save more money on. You could consider getting a water purification system. That way the bad water in the one city wouldn't be a factor anymore. You could go along with you water well idea as well. I would still consider getting water purification along with that though. Either of those ideas seem to be beneficial to me. http://www.sippelwelldrilling.com... more
Assuming all supporting documents have been submitted, it shouldn't take more than 4 days. Please keep in mind that every lender varies, some take MUCH longer to issue the commitment.
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Hi, Cortland Manor, Peekskill, Buchanan, Briarcliff Manor, Croton, Chappaqua, Hawthorne, Mohegan Lake, Mt Kisco, Peekskill, Pleasantville, Sleepy Hollow, Thornwood, Valhalla, Yorktown. Some homes in these areas could be septic and well also. Luckily we can search with this specific criteria and only send you homes that match your request.
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Yorktown had decent activity this season but it slowed down drastically now. There are currently 123 homes on the market ranging from $250k-1.7 million in Yorktown/Yorktown schools. So It's safe to say inventory isn't that tight. If you break it down into price ranges that will make a difference. Hope this helps.
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In order to determine a fair value you really need to review comps with your agent, recently sold similar properties in the immediate area; don't rely on square footage pricing, it doesn't account for exact location and other considerations; therefore, it's really in your best interest to also review closed recently sold similar properties in the immediate area, and their final sales price...... more
Dreaming....Every agent works differently. Your not the first buyer to feel this way and you certainly won't be the last. You have the right to expect great service from the agent that represents you.
It certainly is honorable that you want to remain loyal to the agent you have now. Maybe you should invite your agent out for a cup of coffee, and have a face to face meeting to discuss your concerns. If at the end of your meeting, your not satisfied with the way things went, then it may be time to advance to another agent. Wishing you good luck in your home search!... more
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The Patch article names some great camps. one of my friends who is an agent in my office used to work for a child care in MT Kisco. she could not stop raving about it and if her children were not high school and college age she would with out hesitations send them there. here is there site:
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I believe you have to treat it like any other relationship. Is your agent listening to you? is he/she working well and hard at obtaining the goals you have discussed? Any good relationship is give and take . If you as a buyer are giving your agent all the info they need to help you and they are doing all they can to make that happen , then stay.
That being said if you have not sat down and had a good buyers consultation, and you are not getting to see the houses you want to . maybe there is need for a change. But don't make the same mistake twice . Meet with a new agent, sit and talk about your wants and needs and set up some kind of timeline and expectation guidelines that works for both of you. The start of any buyer/ realtor relationship is a good buyers consultation.
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Hi If the tank fails the test it is the sellers responsibility to have the problem corrected.However if it passes you would have to make a decision. I had a similar situation where the same issue was addressed. My buyers offered to split the cost of digging out the old tank and putting a new one in the garage.The sellers agreed and it was resolved. .If you do not have representation. Give me a call, I am a Yorktown resident and agent with Keller Williams My name is Doreen and my number is 914 557 3778... more
I know this is an old question, but if you really want to know, I would check with John Nilsen at http://www.jpnilsen.com/ or call 1-800-dig-dirt. They are licensed, experienced excavators in the area. I wouln't hesitate to recommend them.