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Property Q&A in Grymes Hill : Real Estate Advice

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Mon Aug 5, 2013
Judith McKenna answered:
The coop board allows one cat per unit. NO DOGS........Just and FYI, they DO NOT ALLOW renting the unit has to be your primary residency. I hope this helps!

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Sun Aug 4, 2013
Bella Grossman answered:
Hello Anna, on this particular listing it says quarterly, but I checked other listing in those buildings and they all show monthly, so it is most definetely monthly fee that include basicaly everything but electricity ... more
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Wed Jun 26, 2013
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Sat Apr 6, 2013
Joseph Runfola answered:
Hello Bellagia, Always verify if you are being quoted the TRUE TAX. When a real estate broker takes a listing on a parcel of real estate he/she should be aware of the fact that there may be a variety of tax exemptions on that particular parcel. The broker should exercise due diligence in ascertaining the true tax figure, before any special exemptions held by the present owner are subtracted. A potential buyer will need to know the true tax when calculating his/her expenses. Some examples of exemptions are "Gold Star" (parents who have lost a child in combat), Elderly exemption (given to certain homeowners aged 65 or older with modest incomes), Veterans exemption (qualified veterans who served during a conflict may receive partial property tax exemption of 15% of the value of a primary residence), Star Program (School Tax Relief Program), and enhanced STaR. Also remember when a home is sold there may be a reassessment of value which may call for a tax increase. ... more
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