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Angelica P, Home Buyer in Seattle, WA
Tue Aug 9, 2016
Angelica P answered:
Hello,

We didn't get enough information about your problem to resolve the issue. Please provide us with complete property address and we will be happy to assist you.

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Maria Nacler…, Real Estate Pro in Mattituck, NY
Sun Jun 5, 2016
Maria Naclerio answered:
Not only does the Town of Brookhaven has policies in place for illegal rentals, the Incorporated Villages have their own infrastructure as well. They vary from Village to Village, however, must be followed with regard to number of occupants and square footage. Please give me call for further information. (516) 635-1667. ... more
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Kathy Burgre…, Home Owner in Westchester, NY
Sun Nov 29, 2015
Kathy Burgreen answered:
Technically, yes. Your issue is whether you are violating city or town housing codes and fire regulations. What will happen if you get caught? I'm not familiar with the codes and regulations in your community but you need to know overcrowded housing was reported in Rockland County, NY and Queens,NY. The owners were penalized.

Check all codes and regulations before allowing tenants to rent.
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Gina Lollo, Real Estate Pro in Setauket, NY
Fri Feb 13, 2015
Gina Lollo answered:
There is always a market for a 2 bedroom home. It is a great opportunity for people to downsize and or help those looking for a starter home. Pricing it right would be the key to a quick and smooth sale.

Gina Lollo, MA
Certified Buyers Agent
Short Sale Specialist
Gladstone Group
(631) 335-7078
Ginalollo@northshoreproperties.org
http://www.threevillagehomesny.com
http://www.northshoreproperties.org
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Kelly Pessis, Real Estate Pro in Malibu, CA
Fri Feb 13, 2015
Kelly Pessis answered:
They could be obligated if it is a full price, non-contingent (all cash) offer and it is not a multiple offer situation. That is the spirit of the listing contract and published price, getting them to conform could be another matter- as in a legal tort. We get this from time to time in our market where you have a lot of cash buyers. Unless you are willing to gamble on no contingencies and have all cash to play with,, best to just find a seller that is going to be more cooperative. ... more
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Janet McEwen, Real Estate Pro in Hancock, NH
Thu Apr 17, 2014
Janet McEwen answered:
Hi ..try checking with the selling REALTOR and often the Town will have a copy of the building plan on file, or at least the tax card with have the basic drawing of the house dimensions. ... more
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Anna M Brocco, Real Estate Pro in Williston Park, NY
Fri Feb 7, 2014
Anna M Brocco answered:
Perhaps the residents should unite to protest...
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Jenny Su, Real Estate Pro in Shoreham, NY
Fri Jan 17, 2014
Jenny Su answered:
Is there a problem between you and your landlord? If you have a month to month lease, landlord has right to ask you vacate in 30 days and it does not matter any reason. Same right as you have, you could inform landlord you are leaving in 30 days and it does not matter any reason. If your landlord does not have a rental permit for the cottage, then it is another problem that your landlord need to answer to town. Because you agreed to a month to month lease, My recommendation is start looking and vacate. It is not worth to fight to stay. ... more
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Terry McCarl…, Real Estate Pro in Cape Coral, FL
Fri Nov 9, 2012
Terry McCarley answered:
I would be very concerned about even trying to purchase a home you can't view in person or have inspections done on. I recommend you find a buyers agent to assist you with finding a home to purchase. ... more
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Janny Linda, Home Owner in USA, Mobile, AL
Mon Aug 27, 2012
Janny Linda answered:
Home Estimate -- http://www.windowworldofspringfield.com/freeestimate.htm
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Michael Ford, Real Estate Pro in
Thu Oct 27, 2011
Michael Ford answered:
what makes you think they are illegal?
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Luckydj, Renter in 11741
Fri May 27, 2011
Luckydj answered:
this is a home , not a apartment , so your telling me that the renter can get introuble also for renting even though we didnt know it wasnt legal and i have reciepts i pay rent , not sure what i should do here , any suggestions please .. thanks ... more
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Talltam, Home Buyer in 08110
Wed Aug 12, 2009
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Bill Heydenb…, Real Estate Pro in Cadillac, MI
Fri Aug 7, 2009
Bill Heydenberk answered:
It sounds like you may want to continue looking if they are already working with an offer that is higher than you wish to go. In our area it is unethical for the seller's agent to divulge what another offer came in at, or worse, to divulge what the seller is doing. There is a possibility that seller has directed his agent to do so. If that is the case they will disclose your offer to other parties as well. Best wishes. I hope you find that perfect fit. ... more
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joe, Home Seller in New York, NY
Thu Sep 18, 2008
joe asked:
Realtors--and there are many of them-- who list illegal rental homes and apartments are subject to violations by the town and will be reported immediately. The nerve of agents who serve…
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Peter Andres…,  in Medford, NY
Wed Jul 16, 2008
Peter Andres GRI CBR CNE SRES answered:
The seller has options: to accept the offer, reject the offer or reject the offer & counter with another price. If there was a rejection with no counter, the seller has no obligation to you after the rejection. It's up to you and your agent to make another offer, if you want. ... more
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Phil Svendsen,  in Huntington, NY
Fri Jul 11, 2008
Phil Svendsen answered:
Both ladies who answered this question before me are right on track; in so many words use comps wisely and do the comp analysis by the book. In any pricing situation you have to think for yourself and use every tool you can find that makes sense. Usually, if you do the right thing the price will come to you. ... more
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