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Fri Feb 10, 2017
Lisa Rowe asked:
I am attempting to post a listing in my home but your system does not allow me to get any further than the lease duration page. After that the system doesn't allow me to "Continue"…
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Fri Feb 10, 2017
Lisa Rowe asked:
I am attempting to post a listing in my home but your system does not allow me to get any further than the lease duration page. After that the system doesn't allow me to "Continue"…
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Sun Jul 3, 2016
Kary Krismer answered:
This is an excellent question, and will get my typical answer, but this time it's also because I'm not 100% certain of the answer. Usually it's because I'm not certain of the facts,don't want to give legal advice, and an agents statutory duty to suggest expert advice. So for four different reasons: You need to consult an attorney.

From memory I don't believe there are any questions on the "Form 17" disclosure statement which would apply, partly because I don't believe this would be a "material defect" and not an answer to a specific question. That said, advertising the view could be risky and there may be some duty to disclose that I'm not thinking of (again consult an attorney). If you do have a duty to disclose and don't, you could be sued, and that is not a good thing by any means.

One thing I do know the answer to is your agent would have to disclose it if asked. For a regular agent it would violate statutory duties and for a Realtor it would violate statutory duties and ethical rules to not disclose if asked.
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Wed Jul 29, 2015
Christopher Watkins answered:
Mllapierre, I hope you are doing well. I am not a Real Estate Agent however I asked one of the ones that I worked with for this information. She stated she could not locate this property. She found the address of 1246 Taylor Avenue N #104 but not 1250. If it is 1246 Taylor, she told me that the home sold on 6/15 for $260K. If you would like me to get you in touch with a real estate agent directly, let me know as I have several that could help you with this info that you need. ... more
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Sun Oct 27, 2013
Ray Akers answered:
Joan, you're posing questions in the Realtor forum. You should scroll down to the very bottom of the page, on the far right, and click on the "Help Center". (I've cut & pasted the link below.)

" Have a question? Visit our Help Center to find the answer"
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Thu Sep 13, 2012
marcia h chase answered:
Best to work with a licensed real estate broker or property manager, especially if you are not from the local area...this way you should be given the correct advise and will avoid problems...there are plently of official rentals and rental properties out there to choose from...marcia

www.chasepropertymgmt.com
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Tue Jul 12, 2011
Kolsky Realty answered:
Sorry about the grammar.
To clarify, until the lessor is "not " the legal owner of the property, it's my opinion you need to pay the rent as agreed, what you may know about the lessor is not worth any weight in a court room. Until you are notified of new legal owners, you can put your credit in jeopardy if you don't pay as agreed. ... more
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