Cindy, sorry to hear you're having such problems and I would suggest you may want to take up the issue with your home inspector who bears some responsibility. There's no way that you're going to break even anytime soon as you're trying to recoup the full price plus whatever the commission you'll be charged by a Realtor. Unless you're willing to lose the amount of the commission; I'm sure you'll need to address some of the issues and wait some time.
Also you would be obligated to disclose the problems you've uncovered.... more
Every area is different. I would check with your local City and/or County Planning and Zoning office. If they can not answer your question they can direct you. It may be a lender call also with the type of financing the developer is using.
I hope this helps you... more
It dependsm is your area all 2 family homes or one family homes? it hase to do what is suitable for the location, in Summit I am thinking a one family but I need to know what is around it. If it can be marketed as a 2 family than leave it be. The other question ism is it a legal 2 family?... more