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Wed Mar 13, 2013
William Knoop answered:
Good Evening,

The Total Transfer Taxes paid should be $10,676 (NYS=2,340 & NYC=8,336). If you are interested in getting an idea of the Closing Costs Associated with buying a home, please visit the following webpage.

http://nysmortgagerates.com/TheCost.html

Best regards,
Will
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Sun Mar 10, 2013
Edward Perlin answered:
Noel,

Annual tax bill $2,768.25

Annual tax bill projected $2,992.77
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Tue Jul 23, 2013
Rosemarie Rivicci answered:
Hi,
I have a three bedroom apartment in Bulls Head available for $1,450. If you are interested please give me a call. See below.
http://sellmyhomeinstatenisland.com/2013/02/09/bulls-head-apartment-for-rent-staten-island/
Thanks,
Rosemarie Rivicci
Licensed Real Estate Salesperson
Appleseed Homes
917-946-5795
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Tue Feb 26, 2013
Ron Thomas answered:
NO!
We don't put personal information on Trulia;
unless you want you YOUR name here?
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Sat Feb 9, 2013
Rosemarie Rivicci answered:
Hi Elleelle111,
A two bedroom in Annadale usually will rent for $1,200 - $1,600 depending on what the landlord is offering. Washer/dryer, parking pad, use of yard or basement, etc. I do have some apartments available in case you are looking. You can text me @917-846-5795.
RosemarieRivicci
Licensed Real Estate Salesperson
Appleseed Homes
917-846-5795
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Tue Feb 5, 2013
Pasquale Pucella answered:
It is necessary to take a look at the house before I can give you a fair Comparison Market Value. Pasquale
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Fri Nov 4, 2016
Ron Thomas answered:
All commissions are negotiated.
Discussing them is illegal for us; it smacks of collusion and we can get our hands slapped.

But, what do you care; Buyers don't pay any commission anyway!
So it is really noneya!
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Mon Feb 4, 2013
Nicolas Puygrenier answered:
Hello Davee,

Why don't you call me or email me?

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Nicolas Puygrenier ǀ Licensed Real Estate Broker
Mona Lisa Real Estate Group LLC
419 Lafayette Street, New York, NY 10003
Telephone: 917 499 1917
Email: nicolas.puygrenier@monalisanyc.com
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Tue Jan 29, 2013
Joseph Runfola answered:
Hello Carol, there were 6 homes for sale on David St. within the past 6 months. Can you be more specific as to the type, style, and or price?
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Mon Jan 28, 2013
Sharon Sullivan answered:
Dear Emily,
This home, 76 St. George Drive, is up for sale. Asking price is $1,999,000.00. If you are looking for a rental, let me know.
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Tue Jun 11, 2013
Suzanne MacDowell answered:
The rental market was affected in a positive way in that displaced homeowners needed to rent until their homes could be repaired or rebuilt. There was a slight pause everywhere as the entire north east got the electricity turned back on and so forth but after that it was pretty much business as usual. ... more
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Mon Jan 28, 2013
Cathy A. Greco answered:
Welcome to Staten Island. Heartland Village is conveniently located to shopping, transportation and the bridge. Please contact me and I will find your dream home for you.
Cathy A. Greco
917 567 5821
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Mon Jan 14, 2013
Deborah Bracco answered:
Sorry Jessica, this is a scam.....
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Mon Jan 14, 2013
Tina Lam answered:
What is it? And yes, if it looks TOO good to be true, it often is.
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Sun Jan 13, 2013
Scott Godzyk answered:
It is nice to expose and let people know abouot scams like this. They are running rampant. You should also report the scam by flagging the ad where you see it. Renters need to know if it looks to good to be true it usually is. Houses do not rent half price becuase they like you. Also never rent a home sight unseen and do not wire money overseas. ... more
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Tue Jan 8, 2013
Julie Barnett answered:
Brenda, someone would really need a little more information than that to make an informed answer to your question. I'm a bit confused about when and why the buyer lied about losing his job and whose home was affected by Sandy. I am not a lawyer and I do not have very much information, but I will say that if the buyer had an accepted offer and it had already been signed by the seller, then usually the only reasons the buyer could pull out of a contract would be if the contractual agreement entered into with the seller included the exact reason that he pulled out of it, otherwise, the buyer would be liable for breach of contract and, thus, open to be sued for the damages the seller incurred from the buyer pulling out.

A preponderance of real estate contracts have provisions where the buyer can break the contract if the inspection comes back with major problems, or because they can't sell their existing home, there can be any number of reasons, but in general, the contingency for the breaking of the contract on either side, buyer or seller, should be written into the purchase agreement at the time the buyer is making the offer prior to the seller accepting the offer.

Any offer is only valid and accepted at the time it is actually signed, and not before it is signed. So verbal agreements are not enforceable in a court of law.
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Mon Jan 21, 2013
Deborah Bracco answered:
I have to agree with you on that! If something is too good to be true, it usually is. You can
scroll down to the bottom and put your info in contact agent box, but this probably is a scam! ... more
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Mon Jan 14, 2013
Anna M Brocco answered:
Consider working with an agent of your own who can provide any necessary information; generally one can expect first month's rent, security deposit, possibly a broker fee....
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Fri May 31, 2013
Michael Cheng answered:
Usually, property insurers won't issue insurance for incomplete buildings. If you're a builder, you'll have to get the appropriate umbrella and liability insurance. If you're waiting for a spec home to be completed, let the builder worry about the insurance. ... more
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