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Principal Broker at Grand Lux Realty
Hi: I'm an agent in Mamaroneck's leading rental brokerage office. We can definitely help you find something that works for you at a great price. Please call The DeCioccio Team @ Grand Lux Realty 2 @ 914-732-3702. Thanks. Sincerely, Anthony. Anthony.Decioccio@GrandLuxRealty.com.... more
I am a listing agent for relocation inventory properties, and often have to get three quotes to submit to my company before having any major work done. Since the properties can be all over the county, I have found I can easily do this by going online to www.servicemagic.com. I will get responses from local vendors, and will get more than one quote. It gives me an opportunity to see who responds quickly - I once had a tree removed from a property by one companies before another company even got back to me, and I was very happy with their service.
Sally Griffiths, GRI
Licensed Real Estate Salesperson
Each community has its own website. I manage a brokerage and in Mamaroneck their site has much information posted. You should not ask a realtor that question because they under law should not answer it. You have to be the one to dig out the information you need about the school district and the quality of the education. I and my agents are willing to get you all of the other information you need on buying and or renting without telling you about the school district. You can call me on 914-393-8044.... more
There are very few towns, villages in Westchester that allow chickens. However, some do. Each town/municipality is different. Call the Village and get the answer directly from them. If they don't, you may want to check out some of the surrounding towns/villages in the event that they do allow them and also see if its an area(s) you would consider living in.
Licenses Real Estate Salesperson NYS
Margot Bennett, Inc.
Because any buyer's agent is going to end up doing a LOT more work when dealing with a FSBO seller, I would suggest that agent should approach the seller with a listing agreement rather than an offer. If the agent is going to do the work, s/he should be paid for it. That means the seller should pay the commission and it should be on the level of a listing agreement (ie: 4-9% of selling price as negotiated between the seller and the agent). An agent with a serious buyer in tow is FAR more valuable than one you just selected from the phonebook, so an FSBO should be willing to pay handsomely for that. Unfortunately, most sellers who try to sell on their own don't figure that out until it's too late. Best of luck in selling your home...... more
Parking at the station is terrible! the wait-list to get a spot at the station is over 5 years. There are some daily parking spots but those spots have been drastically reduced due to nearby construction (that will likely last a year or more) and spots dedicated to a new restaurant - these spots are always empty in the early evening hours, and by the tiime the restuarant gets busy there are plenty of other nearby spots. There are only a few long term metered spots in the area but a large percentage of these meters are broken and if you dont put a sign in your windshield taht the meter is broke you will certainly get a ticket. If you cannot get to the station by 7am you wont get a spot.... more