Check out Google Maps. This location has a walk-ability score of 25 out of 100. You could also check out the link and scroll all the way down and view the map. Click on Amenities & Transit.
Wishing you the best of luck,
De Vonte Williamson
Licensed Real Estate Salesperson
Coldwell Banker Residential
Proudly Serving Long Island
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If I was the listing agent I would advise my seller to pass on that offer unless it was $20,000 over list price (or something like that). Why would an owner take a house off the market for 4 months with the possibility of selling in 4 months and only get 1% as earnest money in case the buyer up and walked away? I would tell my seller don't do it based on just the little information you have given us.... more
One of the best marketing area's for this as a buildable sub-division is Loopnet. Investors review this site often and will take notice of this opportunity. I have had inquiries from this marketing venue in the past. Specialty website for lifestyle uses are also effective. It leads to a small trickle of hits but as you know all it takes is one person to make the match. I have a link below to a specialty horse property website that I have been turned on to by consumers that have used this site.... more
If the buyer who is interested saw your house while it was listed with your Realtor, that Realtor is covered for the commission for as many days after the contracts ends as is written in you contract. Check what you agreed upon.
If it is a new buyer, you can sell your own house (although I would personally hire someone to represent me through the transaction in addition to my attorney).... more
Legal questions are best referred to attorneys.
Based on the limited information provided, we see nothing that appears inappropriate with this situation. Your cousin should be speaking with her broker about any claims she may have about fees for professional services.... more
IN most cases time will be the governing factor. Read your Listing Agreement and consult an attorney if you have questions regarding obligation of paying the commission.
One important note - you might want to carefully consider the terms of the sale. Although you may not HAVE to pay a commission, it might be worth piece of mind to consult with your Realtor. It would be a shame to get less for your home that it may be worth.
In many cases people "save the cost of commission" but net less at closing due to factors that they did not foresee.... more