There is no standard fee that brokers charge. Very often brokers charge landlord a commission based on the yearly amount collected. If the renter pay commission, then depending on the city, the commission rate is either one month’s rent, or ranges from 3 to 10%.... more
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Peggy, Trulia is not a property management company or a real estate company. This is just a website where people (landlords, realtors and property managers) can post listings for sale or rent. There is no set "rate" for a senior citizen. You'll have to contact each landlord or property management company directly and find out what they have available and what the rent is for that particular place. Good luck!... more
Debra - replying to a question from 4 yrs. ago? Really? Also the lender is allowed to quote commission fees since she is not a licensed realtor. Same as me - I'm a retired realtor & legally I can quote commission fees online.... more
When purchasing a home, it is a good idea to use a Realtor. If you hire a Realtor, he/she will work in your best interest. This is especially important when it comes time to negotiating.
The Multiple Listing Service aka MLS has a field that is required for taxes and other pertinent information about the home. Not all sites pull ALL of the information that is listed.
I have seen homes that are listed for sale on other sites, when in fact, the home is not for sale. You have to be careful of scams as well.
you would have to find an owner who owns the property out right is willing to hold paper on the property. Would you like me to do a search and see what comes up? William Smith keller williams realty 914 420 1974... more
Hi Barbara, I am not an Agent but was many years ago on Long Island. I am currently looking for a home (due to Divorce) for under $100, in a decent area...good luck to me with that! ANYWAY, when I saw you have approved lots and then I saw Greenville, have you seen the prices of houses in Greenville? MY POINT Find a reputable Realtor & or Builder... a few possibilities. Find out WHAT SCHOOL DISTRICT (unless you already know) and go from there. There are MANY couples from Manhattan that would love to raise their families in Greenville. Best of luck to you.
PS-I have worked with quite a few Realtors up here and have to say they are extremely nice for the most part but as with anything, be careful.... more
I have a home for sale ON THE RIVER, on HIGH STREET...off the flood plain, over the 100 year flood mark and with beautiful panoramic views of the pennsylvania ridges and up and down river views ...google 15 HIGH STREET, PORT JERVIS,NY and you can see the pics...... more
It will be enough only if the cat does not need its own bedroom. (sorry...just couldn't resist).
Is there enough room in the apartment to set up a play area (toys, etc.) for the baby? Baby will not stay 1 year old forever and I don't know how long you are looking to stay in the apartment. Think about next year and the year after.