Register rental property in Newark?I am considering buying a unit at 111 Mulberry Street in Newark and have 2 questions for anyone who may be familiar with the building: 1. What does the process of registering a condo unit
It means when you are selling the property, the owner has to apply for a Continued Certificate of Occupancy and Smoke Cetificate. If you are the owner and wants to rent the place you have to make sure that the towhome has all the smoke detectors, fire extinguisher and carbon monoxides on right place. If you need help to rent your townhome please do not hesitate to contact me at my office.
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If you take some pretty reliable loan to value ratios into consideration (digging around at City Hall should get you started), you'll find a slow upward trajectory. Loose and indefinable factors such as NJPAC, the Pru Center, the attendance at Newark Bears games and, just lately, the paid-in-advance bookings for the Pru, you'll get the shivery feeling that the time you've spent NOT investing in Newark downtown was time and money wasted. Indexing thru the Star-Ledger's on-line service is another way to look at upwardly-climbing value. Though we all know the SL is gung-ho, their reports are unusually keen. Traffic studies indicate that this is a walking city, with more than adequate public transit (all bus, tho). Street parking is still possible, tho at a premium. Finally, look carefully at who has invested, what they have invested in (all public record stuff) and how much they are in hoc for their decision. My opinion? Better money can't be spent--too many people have ante in the pot!... more
If the agent did not fully explain that in the event they found you any apartment, there would be a fee payable by the tenant, then that agent was not doing a proper job. I can see how the agent may be upset because he/she may have introduced you to the complex/specific apartment and then you rented directly from the management company; however, the agent does not have much recourse except to try and get a referral commission from the management company who may well acknowledge that the agent initiated the first contact . This may be because the management company obviously had a listing agreement with that agent/another agent ?? who represented renting out the apartments in the complex and the complex does not want to show bad faith for future business. The agreement is honored between the consenting parties as I see it. You are off the hook.... more