Attorney fee's typically range from $750-1500. Just remember the old saying that you usually get what you pay for. I have found that the cheaper attorneys are usually a lot harder to reach. I would speak with your mortgage banker or realtor for a recommendation.... more
I've had great experiences with both Moishes as well as Flat Rate. Try to make sure you get a flat rate instead of hourly or else the workers can work as slow as they want. Also let them know that you are calling multiple places and doing your homework.
Also I suggest if possible to not Move the first or 2nd of the month if you don't have to because those days are the most common with the highest pricing. Try to book as far as advance as possible as well.
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I would consult a real estate attorney as soon as you can. I wouldn't know all the rules but that lawyer would. I think it would be a really good idea to write everything down you need answered before you go in so you don't get sidetracked. http://www.ronkamran.com/Deportation_Orange_CA.html... more
I would see how much other places are charging for similar units in your area. You don't want to overcharge and drive away customers. I would try to be as competitive as possible. http://www.stickitstorage.com.au/sizes.asp... more
I agree with Zach, it will affect the types of people that you attract. However, I don't think that it will significantly affect the sale or price of the home. Generally, as long as there is one tub in the home (which is especially important if the buyer has young children), you should be fine.
Hi there. It is possible to negotiate a lower sales commission, but be wary of how that might affect traffic to a listing. In New York City, listing agents will try and co-broke a listing and part of that process must include adequate compensation for a buyer's agent, as well as a listing agent. If the fee being split is on the lower side (under 5 or 6%), buyer's agents may be less inclined to bring their clients to the listing.
Ultimately, this is as much a question about service as about adequate traffic to the listing. Creating a lot of demand and interest around the listing could ultimately push the price of the residence above what a seller was hoping to get and result in a net profit, above whatever increase in the broker's commission existed.... more
This is a great question. I council all of my clients going through the home buying process to be aware of their entire financial picture. I suggest that they not make any large purchases or open new credit cards from the time they have an accepted offer on a house through the time they close. I also suggest they avoid having their credit pulled by anyone other than a mortgage broker or bank and that if they are shopping rates with multiple lending institutes, they do so within a small window of time so there is a limited impact on their credit score.... more
No, as a professional person you should never use profanity or lower yourself to such a level as that . IF you have an assistant, perhaps you can delegate those "tasks" to them, this way you can use your own time more effectively. I would say, that others in your field, and in your area must not have much business if they have time to spend it so wastefully.... more
Hi, there are a few comps available at the moment but condition, size, amenities, and actual location are important factors when pricing. You should have a few agents in to see the apt and give you their assessment.