If you think that buying a house can be daunting, try selling one. You may have a lot of questions about the process, and it's good to get your answers before you begin. Below are some answers to the most common questions that sellers have.
Many New Yorkers are housed in units that are either rent-controlled or rent-stabilized, and while the two terms are similar forms of rent regulation, they are not synonymous.
Whether you're buying or selling a house, it's crucial to know what types of contingency clauses can be used and how they impact the sale. Generally speaking, the end goal is always the same: The deal can be called off if the contingency is not met. Below are a few examples.
Property in New York can be hard to come by, and one man says he tried to lock his interest down in a mixed-use building by signing a lifetime lease. He claims he is entitled to the third floor of the building. However, he says that the landlord is attempting to ignore the contract and cheat him out of the lease.