Don't let the agents annoy you. You are free to use as many agents as you want to look at homes, though as a courtesy you should inform agents if you are working with them exclusively. I recommend you
It appears you have the right to install, but the obligations to maintain those areas may change. It's possible the unit owner can argue and bring you to court, but I don't think they would win. It does
I think this really depends on the bylaws of the coop. How are the rights for the rooftop units written here? There should be specific language about this. Let me know.
Opal, Thanks for your question. Candidly, it has been a while since I received a question on AllExperts.com. I have been helping folks buy, sell and rent their property for almost 15 years and enjoy
Hi Amy, Yes, you are right! There is open enrollment here. There are waiting lists for students for certain schools, if they don't live in the immediate area, perhaps, so it will just depend on the