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Sun Dec 1, 2013
Alexandra Mattheopoulos answered:
Hi, an Architect would be your best line of action, he would know the rules and zoning, and also could draw the plans out for you. Then, if you do anything, should be within the guidelines and you would not have any headaches!. Need more help, please call me, thanks. 917 902 2873. ... more
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Sun Sep 22, 2013
Delvis Estrada answered:
Hello Gene, Great question! Having a buyer’s agent puts a professional on your court. The selling agents always represent the owner, no matter what they say.

It's like going to court without a lawyer, yes its done, but it's not recommended, you need someone who knows the in and out of real estate to represent you and having a buyers agent is that person.

99.9 % of the time the buyer’s agents get paid from the sale proceeds so it should not raise your closing cost. MY team and I are are experts in real estate and specialize in co-op and condo sales, in and out of the city. Please give me a call if you have any other questions I practice at (917) 468-5720.
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Mon Jul 22, 2013
nyc82 answered:
I have been in situations where the selling agents did not want to share commissions with an outside agent and were nasty to my agent/ made it difficult to show. Especially in Queens, I feel a lot of agents prefer to bring in their own customers and be the buying and selling agent in one. ... more
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Tue Oct 21, 2008
Lawrence&Sheila Agranoff answered:
Yes Jim, we can give you this information. You can reach us at our email: longislandrealtors@gmail.com
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