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Wed Apr 12, 2017
Kathy Burgreen answered:
No. Asking the question should be free. I'm a former realtor in the New York City suburbs and flip tax charges are on the listing sheet so buyers are aware of it when they view the listing. Realtors do call maanagement when they sign a listing agreement with the seller to verify the flip tax amount, so even the listing agent knows the amount. ... more
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Fri Apr 1, 2016
Mr Bosio asked:
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Tue Feb 24, 2015
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Sun Feb 1, 2015
Lisa Ritchie answered:
Siobhan: If you're looking in the Long Beach, NY area, a 2BR runs anywhere from $1800 to $2500 depending on location, house or building, basement or above ground.. Good luck!
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Thu Nov 13, 2014
Malgorzata Ringston answered:
Call Trulia Help 888-568-3501 or 888-568-6487. One of them should work. Good Luck.
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Sat Jul 26, 2014
Brian O'Donovan & Therese Franzese answered:
A foreclosure status does not always make a property a bargain. There are plenty of good deals to be had and some great opportunity's from handyman specials to turn key ready property's; Contact me to discuss your needs further. ... more
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Sat Mar 15, 2014
Tina Rossetti answered:
Your Home sounds like its in super great condition. The market is not slow at all. It actually feels like people forgot about super storm sandy. Which we are all happy about. Things are probably better then they were in a long time. Especially Long Beach. If you are a motivated seller of curse that always makes the sale quicker then somebody not motivated. You will not have a problem at all. If I can help you out in any way, please call me any time. 516-749-6925. ... more
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Thu Mar 13, 2014
Roberta Orell answered:
Hi
650 Shore Rd. used to be a dog friendly building but is no longer. If you are looking for a dog friendly building in Long Beach, here they are: 55 Monroe Blvd. 185 West Park Ave. 235 West Park Ave. 310 Riverside 100 West Broadway 25 West Broadway, 420 Shore Rd and 360 Shore Rd.

If I can help you find a new home, please call/text ore email me

Roberta Orell
Licensed Associate Real Estate Broker
Century 21 Scully Realty
516-330-4276
rorellc21scully@msn.com
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Sun Mar 9, 2014
Roberta Orell answered:
Hi
They have to be occupied by their owner.. No subletting allowed.

Roberta Orell
Licensed Associate Real Estate Broker
Century 21 Scully Realty
516-330-4276
rorellc21scully@msn.xom ... more
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Sun Mar 9, 2014
Anna M Brocco answered:
No unit number is given and maintenance does vary; you can however check www.mlsli.com the consumer version of MLS where such information is given...
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Sat Mar 8, 2014
Tina Rossetti answered:
Hi This home is pending bank approval. It didn't sell yet. What that means is whatever the bank wants for the house is the number most of the times. If the buyer has to come up to the banks number and they choose not to, it will be back on the market.
If you have any questions about anything else feel free to call my cell at 516-749-6925.
Tina Rossetti
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Sat Dec 21, 2013
Henrietta Adler answered:
You can call me if you like. My number is 516-476-0533. I may be able to help you.
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Tue Nov 12, 2013
Bonnie Salsone answered:
There are some, I may be able to help, or take your name til something comes up.
My email is bsalsone@c21amhomes.com
Phone 516 521-1468
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Sun Nov 10, 2013
Anna M Brocco answered:
Taxes vary building to building; keep in mind that in co-ops taxes are included in the monthly maintenance fee; you can contact management for the information, or consider working with an agent of your own. ... more
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Fri Oct 18, 2013
Michael Zareno answered:
Not a problem for the most part. Look for rentals in two-family homes
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Thu Oct 17, 2013
rentland answered:
Why would a landlord want to deal with the government? Unreliable, dishonest, oppressive.

This is a prime area where market rents far exceed the stipend that Section 8 pays.
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Thu Oct 17, 2013
rentland answered:
The increase in rents is due directly to an increase in taxes. But this is a great time to shop in Long Beach. Lots of good deals. I'm advertising two nice places here with no fees at rents lower than I received for them four years ago! And they didn't get a drop of water in the flood. ... more
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Thu Oct 17, 2013
rentland answered:
Long Beach is a neat little self contained city. We have more than thirty restaurants, dozens of hopping bars, a nice shopping district and several gyms. The City runs a public indoor heated pool and recreation center.

Probably the nicest feature on all but the coldest days is our sunny boardwalk, where you can stroll, jog or bike ride. Great place to meet folks all year 'round.

Of course, you can hop a train and in 48 minutes be in Times Square. When you get home, you'll be back to the peace and quiet of the seashore.
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