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Home Buying in New York : Real Estate Advice

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Fri Nov 25, 2016
Ghayda answered:
Sure, your buyer's agent can call the listing agent for more color and float the number by the listing agent to see if it's in the ballpark.

Then you can submit a more formal offer (see link below for what should be in a complete offer submission) that the listing agent can forward to his seller client.

Remember, nothing is final anyway until both parties sign the contract!
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Wed Nov 23, 2016
Anna asked:
included. Attached Rider (also signed) is listing all appliances as to be in working order. Stove that's there is broken. Sellers signed the contract with no notes and didn't cross…
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Thu Nov 17, 2016
Kathy Burgreen answered:
Susie's reply below is wrong and incorrect. Obviously being a Texan she doesn't understand New York City real estate. New York City limits the powers of realtors and requires all transactions to be closed by attorneys.
You can fire your lawyer and hire a different one. Hopefully you also have a realtor involved in this transaction.
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Mon Oct 31, 2016
Zbensin answered:
Our house is from 2011 but someone between Campo and their contracted electrician got greedy. The electrical line from the meter is undersized - its ~250ft to the house and anyone with electrical knowledge knows there's going to be a resistance over larger distances, so we're getting spikes/drops in the electric by ~15%. It's ruining the appliances and we have to drop ~$5k on getting it upgraded. We also called up Campo about buying the lot next to us. They said they won't sell it, they'll build even if it's a rental. 3 months later, another builder comes by saying he bought it from Campo, who was nice enough to sell to us. Screw these guys. The houses are nice overall but you can't trust the people. Keep an eye on everyone involved in the build and do your research. ... more
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Sat Oct 29, 2016
Gloria Basualdo-Sanchez answered:
Hello There,

I am glad you were able to resolve your domestic issues. I think it is a good time to start over. My recommendation is to contact a reputable Mortgage Loan Officer. He/she will be able to measure your financial situation and if needed will help you with patching up any "financial hick ups".
Good luck in your new start.
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Mon Oct 24, 2016
Miss.leona.brown answered:
NYC coop sublet policies vary by building. In addition, each building usually charges shareholders some sort of additional sublet fee on top of the standard application fee, credit/criminal background check fees and move-in/move-out deposits (http://www.hauseit.com/nyc-coop-sublet-policy-rules-fees/).

If you are looking for the optionality to sublet your coop, then I'd suggest you look for a more flexible building. Laid-back coops will also have a less rigorous board package application process.

You can ask your buyer's agent to research the buildings and sublet policies for each coop you are interested in. Hopefully your broker is also offering you a NYC buyer agent commission rebate.

Good luck!
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Mon Oct 24, 2016
Hoops2pts answered:
Can a HDFC prime tenant charge rent for a room?
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Fri Oct 21, 2016
Neil Roxas answered:
Hello,

Currently we do not have filters for $/square feet but we do have the filter by acreage. To be able to see this filter, follow these instructions.

Log in to your Trulia website.
Click the "BUY" option on the upper left of the page. You will then be taken to the next page.
Then click on the "MORE" option on the right side of the page.
Select on the "LOT SIZE".

I hope that this information was able to help you in anyway possible.

For future reference, you can feel free to contact us about this type of inquiry through our contact form here:

http://www.trulia.com/help/ask/

Thank you for using Trulia!

Neil
Consumer Care Advocate
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Fri Oct 21, 2016
USMortgageRanger answered:
Yes you can use the savings bonds as a source of down payment. Are the bonds mature? I would be delighted to provide you with some mortgage options, this does not require us pulling your credit and will allow you to make the best decision for your family. I can be contacted for a FREE no obligation consultation.

Lowell Sterling
Mortgage Banker
NMLS 968898
Phone 469-347-3572
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Fri Oct 21, 2016
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Thu Oct 20, 2016
Neha Suresh answered:
What type of dorcuments will f1 students require to buy a co op house in new york city
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Wed Oct 19, 2016
Targa66 asked:
I have an accepted offer on a co-op. I am awaiting the sponsor's acceptance of my purchase application, and then we will move to due diligence before signing contracts. However, this could…
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Thu Oct 13, 2016
Jack Ramone answered:
Yes it is entirely possible, check out http://www.hauseit.com/how-do-i-get-a-buyer-agent-rebate-in-nyc/ which is a good article explaining how commission rebates work in NYC
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Thu Oct 13, 2016
Steve Tower answered:
It totally depends on the conversation and agreement you make with them prior to taking offers. I usually do not say more than "we do have multiple offers over asking" as that will usually bring their offers up...

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Mon Oct 10, 2016
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Fri Oct 7, 2016
Ellie asked:
seller. If/when we finally receive them, do I get to look over the documents, as well as my lawyer? Or is it solely the lawyer's job? Should the inspection be scheduled before we look…
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