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Mon Dec 27, 2010
Sabrina Teplin answered:
Sounds like you need a CBR. Or certified buyer representative. There is no fee. Call me. I am a licensed associate broker in Huntington and practice buyer brokerage. 6316970533
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Sat Oct 13, 2012
Anna M Brocco answered:
Yes, you may if still available--however, you may wish to ask your question and attach a link to the particular property of interest or give an address so that your question can be answered accordingly. You can also check www.mlsli.com or check out amb.listingbook.com ... more
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Tue Apr 6, 2010
Anna M Brocco answered:
I'm sure someone from Trulia will reply to your question as well--in the meantime, you may want to contact your agent and ask him/her to ask the listing agent to remove it--It does show as closed on MLS, by the way. ... more
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Wed Mar 3, 2010
Sabrina Teplin answered:
Hi Melvin,
sd#1 =Elwood
sd#2=Cold Spring Harbor (includes part of Larel Hollow in Nassau Co and Lloyd Harbor and Lloyd Neck wich are zip 11743)
sd#3=Huntington Union Free School District
sd#4 Northport/east Northport
sd#5 Half Hollow Hills (dix hills)
sd#6=Greenlawn
sd310=Commack
sd#13=South Huntington (Walt Whitman)
its covered on my web site (www.sabrinateplin.com) click on the neighborhoods tab at the top
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Mon Feb 15, 2010
Angela Nelson answered:
If you put down less than 20% then PMI is due no matter what the house appraisers for. If the selling price is renegotiated you will still pay PMI if you are still putting down less than 20%. Ask your mortgage broker about piggy back mortgages to avoid PMI. ... more
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Thu Jan 21, 2010
Sabrina Teplin answered:
Centerport has a small strip of shops opposite the Crescent Club Golf Course. It consists of a pizza place, a stationary store, and i local watering hole. Northport has a "Downtown" similar in appearance to Sag Harbor. Check out the photos I have on my web site www.sabrinateplin.com and click on "Neighborhoods". You will see the harbor of Centerport which is quite fine, but most people head over to Huntington's "Village" or Northport. ... more
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Thu Mar 26, 2009
Anna M Brocco answered:
Unfortunately we as Realtors cannot discuss any particular town as being best or worst for that matter in regards to renting or buying . You can start however by looking at MLSLI.com, or feel free to contact me if you need assistance.

Anna
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Tue May 11, 2010
J Douglas Montgomery answered:
Nick

There are many ways you can work this out, given the fact that you have open communication with your relative. Renting to buy is a great way, with a percentagve of your rent used to build up a deposit going towards the purchase of the property. There are also ways to gift equity, but you should really use the professional help of an accountant and lawyer in this matter once you have worked out the fact your inlaws want to make this happen.

If you want to expand on any of the above thoughts, please contact me at your convenience.

Very truly yours,


Douglas Montgomery, Broker/Owner
HomeNY Corp. Douglas@HomeNY.com
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Sat Oct 8, 2016
Heather Jackson answered:
The home inspection generally takes place after an offer is made by the buyer to the seller and they come to terms making it an executed contract. Then the buyer pays to have a home inspection done to find out if in fact there are any problems with the home. I'm not sure I understand what you mean about getting a "credit" back. If you find problems with the house and you choose to move forward with the purchase then you can go back to the seller and ask them either to repair the problems or issue you a credit at closing. Your only other option, is to walk away from the contract and at that point, you will not be reimbursed by the seller for the inspection costs.

Hope that helps!

Heather Jackson, Realtor
Exit Realty of Lakeland
1715 S. Florida Ave
Lakeland, FL 33803
Cell: 863-670-0655
Email: Heatherjacksonfl@aol.com
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Fri Mar 3, 2017
Gail Gladstone answered:
Mary, I also live in Huntington and can speak locally. If your listing agreement has expired, it expired at midnight on the date listed in the papers. You can hire another REaltor at one minute after midnight.

If you need any assistance, it would be my pleasure to provide it. Contact me at Gail@GailGladstone.com for any further local information.
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Fri Jan 23, 2009
Jaishree Zilpelwar answered:
I am very sorry to hear what you gone thru. I will be very happy to help you. If you like please send me your email address and I will send you the information. Thanks.
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Wed Nov 19, 2008
Franklin Blacker answered:
Well over 50, plus another 12 that were sold earlier and closed within the past 12 months. I would suggest asking your agent a question as to what they would suggest as to how you can have your home looked at. Open Houses, in my opinion, is just a tool to have buyers come to look at your home at their convenience. Price, location and marketing are the three key indicators that your agent, I am sure, has informed you of. Give your agent every opportunity to be of help, and not necessarily in a defensive vs. offensive posture. ... more
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Sun Dec 30, 2012
Scott Godzyk answered:
You first need to get a new brokers price oppinion that will show you what similar properties are selling for in your area. What your neighbors are listed for may not be realistic as they may all be way high. you need to see what has sold. Once you know if your house is priced correctly make sure your house is being advertised each and every week, ask where and when. In addition you should make sure your agent is offering a 50/50 cobroke to buyers agents to spur them to bring buyers to your house. I wish you luck with yoru sale. ... more
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Fri Aug 7, 2009
Cori Kaplan answered:
Homes in Huntington usually sell between 1-5% off the listing price. I know it is hard to believe in this buyer's market that there are actually bidding wars but when a home is priced well this often happens.

You should think about hiring a broker that is a buyer's agent and represents you not the seller. If you have any other questions, please feel free to call me directly, 516-375-9313.

Cori
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Fri Jul 25, 2008
Cori Kaplan answered:
Hi Carlos,

The answer depends what you are trying to do.

If you are trying to have them take over your mortgage payments. It can be done if your lender allows assumption of your mortgage. Your lender can tell you if your loan allows this.

If you are trying to have this individual be your new lender. This can be done by having them payoff your existing loan. You can then make payments to this individual instead of your bank.

Please fell free to call me directly if you have any questions,631-944-8829.

Cori Kaplan
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Sat Nov 22, 2008
Jaishree Zilpelwar answered:
The (sold) price of the home is determined by the Location, School District, etc. If you like to know more information, I will be glad to help you. Please email me jzilpelwar@yahoo.com or call me on my cell# (631)889-2997 or work (631)941-4111 x 336..Thanks. ... more
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Fri Aug 7, 2009
Henry Cunalata answered:
Hi there, please speak with a bank and see how much loan you can handle and them go shopping.

call me at 917-497-0729 and I can reffer you to some mortgage brokers

Henry
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