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Tue Apr 5, 2016
Carlexjosepx asked:
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Sat Jun 13, 2015
Kathy Burgreen answered:
Broker commissions are always negotiable therefore, agents won't advertise their commissions because it can vary from one seller to the next. It depends on the type of home, condition, difficulty to sell, location, motivation of seller, etc. Commissions earned is private information which explains why there's no need to advertise our rates.
As for referrals, agents do depend on client referrals but that doesn't guarantee we will reduce our fee for a referral. We work hard for our commissions and a referral deserves 100% client satisfaction so a reduction would equal a reduction in services which is not something any agent is willing to sacrifice.
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Tue Sep 16, 2014
Michael Druckman answered:
Transportation is excellent on the Upper Eastside. Between the buses and subways the entire city is open to you.
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Mon Mar 11, 2013
Shelley Lindauer answered:
Oftentimes prospective board members are introduced to the building owners at a general meeting. Make sure to attend that meeting and listen to the experience and skills of each prospect. Don't vote with the pack - vote with your head, even if it means going against the "in" crowd. ... more
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Mon Mar 11, 2013
Shelley Lindauer answered:
Make sure to attend all open meetings to see what is being discussed. Some buildings will allow you to read the minutes at the attorney's offices, but not all. Make sure that when you receive the annual financial statements you read them carefully, particularly the notes - that's where any information that you need to know will most likely appear, particularly if you're not familiar with reading financial statements.Also, make yourself familiar with the by-laws of your condominium. Most people don't bother to even read them, prefering not to be involved or to leave the work to someone else. Get involved. The only time you have the right to complain about something is when you've been a participant and haven't sat on the sidelines. ... more
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Sat Dec 8, 2012
Michael Druckman answered:
This is unacceptable. However, if all they want to do is inspect the work, I suggest you allow them. This might satisfy them as long as the work has been done to plan. If you meet resistance get all the paperwork together and find a good attorney. If you would like some suggestions of reasonably priced attorneys get in touch with me. ... more
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