If the dog is a service animal for a disability, then the co-op must allow you to have that dog, since persons with disabilities are allowed reasonable accommodations under the Fair Housing Amendment Act of 1988; the term "disability" can be broad at times and can include blindness, depression, and many more.
If your dog is a pet, then you should discuss finding a co-op with a real estate agent and address your needs. The agent will be able to assist you in finding a co-op that allows dogs and save you the hassle of calling many locations.
I hope this information was helpful. Have a nice Wednesday afternoon.
Cody J. Swartz, REALTOR
Cell: 602-919-9322... more
A search of the Multiple listing Service as of 6/3/13 resulted in no availabliity for a pet friendly apartment, our suggesting is to work with a Realtor from the Huntington Area that does a major part of their business in rentals because they might have a Landlord that would consider a pet.... The rental market is Hot so its harder to find such a property. Call us and we could give you someone that has been doing Rentals for 25+ years from Northport.... Good Luck TheJims.com... more
When we write an Offer, we normally include 3 Contingencies; LOAN, INSPECTION and APPRAISAL:
If any of the three fail to come in as expected, then our Buyer has the ability to back out of the deal.
Good luck and may God bless... more
Home values have actually been increasing nationally, but of course, that's not the case in every local market. Be skeptical of online valuations, which are notoriously unreliable, sometimes close other times way way off. And even appraisals ordered by your lender during a purchase or refi can undervalue the home for many reasons including foreclosures and short sales activity in the area. Short of an appraisal, the best way to get a sense of your home's value would be to contact a local realtor and request a Comparative Market Analysis (CMA). The agent who assisted you with your initial purchase would be a good place to start. For more info or assistance reach me directly at 917 699 0183 or via email email@example.com. Follow me on twitter @mdenniston247.
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When buying a short sale home all you need is the same qualifications of a normal buyer that is proof of funds letter if you are buying cash or a pre- approval letter if you are getting alone when submitting your offer to bank or agent. You will also most likely need iron will and determination to stick it out it can take up to 8 months to close in some cases and be prepared for the deal to fall apart if the seller and their lender or bank cannot come to an agreement. Also, be don't be surprised if you are required to pay off any liens that the home has on it. Otherwise make sure you get a well experienced agent and you should be fine all the best.... more
Yes, you may if still available--however, you may wish to ask your question and attach a link to the particular property of interest or give an address so that your question can be answered accordingly. You can also check www.mlsli.com or check out amb.listingbook.com... more
The home inspection generally takes place after an offer is made by the buyer to the seller and they come to terms making it an executed contract. Then the buyer pays to have a home inspection done to find out if in fact there are any problems with the home. I'm not sure I understand what you mean about getting a "credit" back. If you find problems with the house and you choose to move forward with the purchase then you can go back to the seller and ask them either to repair the problems or issue you a credit at closing. Your only other option, is to walk away from the contract and at that point, you will not be reimbursed by the seller for the inspection costs.
Hope that helps!
Heather Jackson, Realtor
Exit Realty of Lakeland
1715 S. Florida Ave
Lakeland, FL 33803
Email: Heatherjacksonfl@aol.com... more
There are many ways you can work this out, given the fact that you have open communication with your relative. Renting to buy is a great way, with a percentagve of your rent used to build up a deposit going towards the purchase of the property. There are also ways to gift equity, but you should really use the professional help of an accountant and lawyer in this matter once you have worked out the fact your inlaws want to make this happen.
If you want to expand on any of the above thoughts, please contact me at your convenience.
Very truly yours,
Douglas Montgomery, Broker/Owner
HomeNY Corp. Douglas@HomeNY.com... more
sd#2=Cold Spring Harbor (includes part of Larel Hollow in Nassau Co and Lloyd Harbor and Lloyd Neck wich are zip 11743)
sd#3=Huntington Union Free School District
sd#4 Northport/east Northport
sd#5 Half Hollow Hills (dix hills)
sd#13=South Huntington (Walt Whitman)
its covered on my web site (www.sabrinateplin.com) click on the neighborhoods tab at the top... more
Centerport has a small strip of shops opposite the Crescent Club Golf Course. It consists of a pizza place, a stationary store, and i local watering hole. Northport has a "Downtown" similar in appearance to Sag Harbor. Check out the photos I have on my web site www.sabrinateplin.com and click on "Neighborhoods". You will see the harbor of Centerport which is quite fine, but most people head over to Huntington's "Village" or Northport.... more