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Wed Apr 22, 2015
Noah Seidenberg answered:
Maybe not anymore. It is a sellers market and I would not count on that.
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Mon Jun 16, 2014
algaeguy answered:
If you mean the building across the street from MIAD, it is two50two, a new residence hall plus apartments plus retail space on the first floor. http://www.miad.edu/2014reshall
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Mon Jun 17, 2013
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Mon Oct 1, 2012
Derse Smith answered:
Depending on size and number of bedrooms, anywhere from $1000 to $5000. Waterfront property is premium and parking influences the rate. In what price range are you looking to purchase?

Derse Smith
Relocation & Condo Specialist
First Weber Group
414-698-3242
dsmith@firstweber.com
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Mon Aug 2, 2010
Don Tepper answered:
There are certain federally-mandated conditions (revolving around military service) which entitle renters to early release from a lease.

But if you're just an ordinary "Joe and Jane" signing a 12-month lease, then no. Of course you can't break the lease. You committed to 12 months.

What you might consider is signing a 6 month lease. Or a 6-month lease with a right to renew for another 6 months. Or a 12-month lease with some sort of penalty provision--but something less harsh than if you broke the 12 month lease. But never, ever sign a 12-month lease if you think there's a possibility that you'll only be there for 6 months. It isn't fair to the owner, and you can get into a lot of hot water.
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