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Home Selling in 11010 : Real Estate Advice

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Sun Mar 3, 2013
Lillian Tramantano answered:
Hi Violet Sky, a 60 amp service is definitely in need of updating. It is considered antiquated with such little amps/service for a house in today's times. 100 amp service is acceptable but I know that in a lot of new construction they are going 150 amp plus. If you do update find out the difference from 100 to 150amps. Buyers are very pleased to see a 150 amp service. Today is all about hair dryers, microwaves, air conditioning, etc. I know if there is electric cooking, and/or central air, and/or electric heat, there is usually at least 200 amp service coming into the house.

Of course any work should be done by a licensed electrician recognized by your Town and/or Village.

Feel free to contact me at any time. I would be happy to give you a Market Value Consultation when you are ready to begin your selling process.

Thank you,

Lillian Tramantano, GRI
Associate Broker
Certified Home Marketing Specialist

Successfully Marketing & Selling Real Estate For Over 25 Years!
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Thu Apr 7, 2016
Long Island Real Estate answered:
Every Nassau County homeowner must grieve their home taxes every year. Every year homeowners receive mailings by so called tax grievance experts that take a percentage to taxes saved. For one, nobody, but nobody can assess the true value to any residential property in Nassau
County or anywhere else without doing and a physical inspection to the property to asess depreciation, condition, and updates, directly refletive to the properties actual value sold on the international real estate market today; in most cases these assessments by these tax representatives are greater than the properties actual value and homeowners are paying through the nose for it. When a homeowner tries to sell their home and their taxes are in the thousands being over taxed diminish the true value to the property sold on the international real estate market today. How I'm selling my home today with with these taxes in my next post.
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