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Jenet Levy, Real Estate Pro in East Village, New York...
Jenet Levy answered:
who pays broker fee for rental apartment in nyc?
It is customary that the renter pays 15% of the first year's rent. That gets split between the two brokerages. If there is a concession being offered, such as the landlord contribu ... more
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Jenet Levy, Real Estate Pro in East Village, New York...
Jenet Levy answered:
what is the customary brokers fee for a rental apt in nys?
The customary rental fee in NYC is 15% of the first year's rent, paid by the renter.
0 votes Share Flag Fri Sep 24, 2010 Rental Basics in New York
Mevelin Cama…, Real Estate Pro in New York, NY
Mevelin Camacho answered:
Are no fee apartments always worse than fee apartments?
A month ago I would told you to keep looking, but now in this market: keep your options open and look at both.
Give me a call so we can further discuss your situation.

917 710 3542
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Anna Brocco, Real Estate Pro in Nassau County, NY
Anna Brocco answered:
Can a broker show you an apt advertised at $1500 and then ask $1700 when you show interest in getting a lease agreement? Bait & Switched in NYC-
Not knowing all the details--generally if an apartment is being advertised as $1500--that is and should be the asking price--are there other offer in the mix I wonder, and is that why ... more
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Teddy Jagess…, Real Estate Pro in Wellington, FL
Teddy Jagessar answered:
Do I owe the Broker fee?
This is a tough one as you did not mention what is the content of the paper you signed that the agent presented you with, Barring that if you were shown the apt by the management compan ... more
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Philip McCol…, Real Estate Pro in Long Beach, CA
Philip McCollum answered:
is anyone familiar in tenant landlord relations?
You have asked a yes/no question with no specifics. You will need to restate your question to get the information you really want.

Phil McCollum
BRC Realty Group
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Catherine Ca…, Real Estate Pro in Freehold, NJ
Catherine Cataletto answered:
what are the legal requirements for a kitchen in an apartament in NYC?Can an apartment have just a mini-fridge and microwave but no real?
It is my understanding that a legal kitchen must have a stove and sink. size of refrid i do believe is not of importance.
0 votes Share Flag Wed Feb 9, 2011 Rental Basics in 10001
Francisca M.…, Real Estate Pro in New York, NY
Francisca M. Tayag answered:
What happens if I wish to terminate my lease early? The mgmt company says I still owe the remaining months on my lease and they will also keep my
I believe it is legal because you are or will be violating the terms of your lease. In a few cases, some landlords empathize in situations like yours because current tenants offer to f ... more
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JOSEPH RUNFO…, Real Estate Pro in Staten Island, NY
JOSEPH RUNFOLA JR, BROKER, GRI answered:
Our building is now rental units, it may turn condo, can someone explain what a red herring is?
Hello Sheila, it is the preliminary offering plan for a cooperative or condominium project submitted to the attorney general, and to tenants and is subject to change.
0 votes Share Flag Sat Aug 29, 2009 Rental Basics in New York
First Last, Other/Just Looking in 90002
First Last answered:
Do I owe a broker's fee if I've never met the broker?
So, the owner said he would waive the broker's fee, but he still expects the broker to do all the work necessary to get you into the apartment? In fact--he requires it.

Does that me ... more
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Michele Pete…, Real Estate Pro in New York, NY
Michele Peters Esq answered:
What is the procedure to advertise for free rental apartments in NYC? I have already open an account.
I believe the Village Voice is one place that accepts free ads.
0 votes Share Flag Sat Aug 15, 2009 Rental Basics in New York
Jules or Gay…, Real Estate Pro in South Padre Island, TX
Jules or Gayle or Alta answered:
Can I move in to a condo without the condo board's approval?
I sell real estate in South Padre Island, TX and none of the condominium buildings require that you be approved by the board to move in. However, I suppose that if their condo declarati ... more
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Alen Moshkov…, Real Estate Pro in 10022
Alen Moshkovich answered:
AFTER THE CO-OP Bd. APPROVED SUBLET, THEY NOW WANT TO RESCIND SAID APPROVAL. IS THIS LEGAL ?
Because this is a legal matter this question should be directed at an Attorney.
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Richard V Ha…, Real Estate Pro in 10011
Richard V Hamilton answered:
AFTER THE CO-OP Bd. APPROVED SUBLET, THEY NOW WANT TO RESCIND SAID APPROVAL. IS THIS LEGAL ?
Board have a wide lattitude regarding their actions, they simply must be based of Good Business Sense. They must apply the same rules/criteria to all shareholders and cannot violate fa ... more
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Joe Greene, Real Estate Pro in 10463
Joe Greene answered:
Can a person who doesn't have a Broker's License show apartments?
Hi Sandra,

Unless they own it the short answer is no. I think that was my shortest answer yet on TRULIA.

If you have further questions feel free to contact me.

JOE GREENE
Br ... more
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Alen Moshkov…, Real Estate Pro in 10022
Alen Moshkovich answered:
Should I pay the broker fee?
HI Zeina,

Let me go over the facts....
Your broker should have informed if you would or would not need to pay a fee in advance. He should have mentioned if you are seeing No Fee ap ... more
0 votes Share Flag Sat Jun 13, 2009 Rental Basics in New York
Yocari Lara, Real Estate Pro in 10013
Yocari Lara answered:
The house i rent is in focloser do i still pay my rent?
That is not an easy situtation you're in CW5. I'm sorry you're going through this and are now in the middle of it.

The main thing I'd look at is to see where in the forclosure proc ... more
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Richard V Ha…, Real Estate Pro in 10011
Richard V Hamilton answered:
We have entered into a lease agreement to lease our coop apartment. Part of this lease says that we (the
You signed the lease, you are stuck. Your agent was not looking out for you, just give the renter anything they want for a quick deal. I am sure you will not use him/her again!
I thin ... more
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Aileen-Manha…, Real Estate Pro in New York, NY
Aileen-Manhattan-NYC answered:
International arrival in NYC with NO CREDIT HISTORY looking for Manhattan rental
If she wanted to live by herself, I would think her only option is to pre-pay all or a very substantial portion of her rent and her security deposit. Her other obvious option is to sha ... more
0 votes Share Flag Mon Nov 5, 2012 Rental Basics in 10003
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