A neighbor is selling a house with construction done without permits. And that construction encroached on my property. Some work was done when I was out of town. What remedies are there? What should one do.?"I have bldg and safety permits showing it was permitted for a 1700 ft 2nd story, but builders extended way beyond that..any help.... more
I am happy to provide you with a current market analysis. My office covers this area and we have sold in this building before. If you would like to email me privately we can trade information and discuss.
Melissa Colabella, CIREC
Licensed Real Estate Salesperson in NY and CT
Julia B. Fee Sotheby's International Realty
2 Park Place
Bronxville, NY 10708
Hi, There is no favorite amongst brokers but I recommend going through our board, Hudson gateway Association of Realtors. It's all pretty standard info and there will be a course exam and then the State test.
If you have a broker assisting you, they will do this for you, and can put it on Trulia,Zillow, and Realtor.com. If you want to post the ad yourself, you can create one on Craigslist for free or put it in the Pennysaver for a small fee. Please contact me if you have any further questions or need help listing your apartment.
Principal Broker at Grand Lux Realty
Hi: Thanks for asking this great question. Usually co-ops have a minimum down payment requirement, like 10% or 20%. It depends on the building. For home or condo purchases, it will depend on your loan. FHA loans can be used to purchase a home for as little as 3% down. Land loans (if you can find one) will require a much higher downpayment. Also investment property will require a higher downpayment (25%-33% at a minimum). Best is to speak also with a good mortgage consultant about your specific needs. Or feel free to call me anytime with your RE needs. I look forward to speaking with you. Have a great day. Sincerely,
Michael F. Levy, Principal Broker
Grand Lux Realty, Inc.
If you are boy going to be on the mortgage then they will look at both. If your husband can qualify on his own then you should be ok. Contact a mortgage broker and they will advise you accordingly. I recommend Christian Babcock from Mortgage Master Inc 914.447.9691.
I know the family and it was the sister, not the brother, who pulled this last minute switch. The brother thought everything was proceeding apace and knew nothing about his sister's last minute demand.
He was as upset as you (justifiably) are. Just FYI, for what it's worth.... more
The maintenance is approx. $1,010. after STAR. I would like to show you this property & others that you would like to see. I have a coop listed @ 1 Oakridge Pl-#2G if you would like to see that also.
I reside in Eastchester & would be happy to help you in your search for a property!
My cell # is 914-879-5342.
Licensed Real Estate Salesperson
George Bros. Realty... more
Hi, This complex does not allow dogs. It ishard to search on most public sites for complexes that allow dogs, there usually isn't an option. Agents can perform a search through the MLS and input that specific criteria to make your search easier. keep in mind, most coops that do allow pets tend to have weight restrictions which are usually 25 pounds. That isn't to say none will allow large dogs but you find it common to have the weight restriction.
Licensed Associate Broker
Accredited Buyer Representative
William Raveis Legends Realty Group