Hi: I can help you analyze the Peach Lake Community. Sometimes you have to be a bit of a detective to figure out these neighborhoods. You may have to go to the Town offices to get more information. I have some information for you on this neighborhood as well. Please call me at 914-273-9688. I look forward to speaking with you about it. Sincerely, Michael F. Levy, Principal Broker, Grand Lux Realty. www.GrandLuxRealty.com.
We are looking for more agents & offer up to 80% commission splits with no fees. If you know anybody who might be interested, I'll pay you up to $2,000 each for your agent recruits.... more
MLS is showing one cottage as available in Mill Neck, it's set on over five acres; it is a one bedroom unit with waterviews; close proximity to beach and town, no pets allowed. If you need additional assistance feel free to contact me directly; also check http://www.mlsli.com
You may be able to use a FHA loan or a FHA 203K loan for repairs. This would depend on the amount and the type of repairs needed. You agent should be able to let you know which one. If she is unsure then the appraisal wil let you know if you can use a regular FHA or not.... more
Thank you Terry for contacting me. Which rental property, we a have few listed. Just let me know where in Brooklyn you are looking for a 2bedroom and i may be able to help. We dont offer special housing programs at the moment-
Charles W. Mirailh
Direct: 917-443-6295... more
You can check with your local building department--see links for additional information.
My suggestion is to consult a Tax advisor familiar with both Florida and Islip Township. I see your zip code is in Bay Shore. Also, go to the Islip town hall to inquire what property tax benefits will be lost if you make Florida your permanent residence. If I can help in anyway you can contact me at the e-mail address I posted.
I have been a resident in Bay Shore too for a long time.... more
you will need to check a number of things these include, how is the parcel identified in the public records now, is it one tax id with 1 deed, title, survey exc. If this is the case you will need to make sure you are legally able to make the split in your city or town without any permit procedure, such as a varience. Secondly if you are able to split the property and sell them seperatly you will simply need to then provide seperate title searchs, surveys and deeds when you transfer the property so there may be some additional costs associated with this sale, and lastly you may also want to consult with a tax professional to make sure there are no unanticipated capitol gains obligations, which is often dependent on how you have treated the tax status of the propertys while you have owned them. If you need any additional info I can be reached at my website listed below, and would be happy to help.... more
My name is Pushpa Gunatilake and I am with Pioneer Star R.E. in Buffalo area. This HUD property is still available. It is open for all bidders which means it is open for any one. (owner occupied or the investors) You have to verify how much repairs in the property and how much would be the cost. What you could do if you have any handy man,walk through with him. You do not have to get home inspection before you make an offer. But at least if you walk through with the real estate professional, who will be able to tell you what should you do. In order to bid for this property you will need,pre-approval letter from the bank and $500 certified check in your hand. I've successfully closed some HUD deals for my clients. If you need more info. and wants to go forward soon,please feel free to call me @ 716-907-3046 or e-mail me at email@example.com with your information. I will be happy to contact you.
Hope to talk to you soon....
Chances are the short sale will not have time to go through. you need to ask the agent if the seller was approved for a short sale and if the bank has already ordered its appraisal for the short sale. if not your best bet would probabily be not to tie up any more time nor money. Good luck with working things out... more
The public records show no property with that exact address. Sometimes the house number or mailing address is different from the legal address. The records show property with address 1629 & 1630 Avnue B, the next address after that is 1634. You can search public records for this area at :http://landrecords.schenectadycounty.com/ or contact a real estate professional such as myself for further assistance.
Jeff Curran, Associate Broker
Office 518 458-7000 ext. 232
Mobile 518 424-2445
If you would... If you know of someone who may appreciate the kind of services I offer I'd love to help them. So when you come across these people, just give me a call with their name and business number and I will be happy to follow up and take good care of them for you.... more
Good question Al + Vivian. We all want to knwo this answer!!!
It is simple really. It is illegal for commissions to be mandated or 'set' by ANY Broker/Agent or there franchise or agency.
However most will range between the 4-7% depending on the area you are interested in. Let me elaborate a little more... When you negotiate your fee as a Realtor/Agent/Broker you always try to match the amount of value and marketing you can offer with the cost/commmission you are asking a seller (or buyer) for.
If you provide a full service range then you deserve to be paid the higher end. If you can only get a smaller fee then you need to be clear on WHAT you are offerring and what you're not!
As a buyer and seller of real estate or what we call a consumer you need to find out what the Realtor is offering by way of their service range of products and marketing tools etc. Then establish their experience and agree in a way that BOTh sides are in total harmony. Hope that helps...... more
Yes, there are several actually, I couldn't believe it when I landed my house, perfect three bed, two bath, and very reasonable a 650 plus, the surounding areas would have charged at least 300 more, trust me, I'm from the surrounding area.... more