You know where your yard ends and your neighbor's begins, right? Well, maybe not. The problem many homeowners run into is that they (and their neighbors) assume they know where the boundary lines are between their two properties, but they have incorrect information.
Condos have a lot of appeal to various kinds of people. For renters, condos can bring the perks of ownership without some of the hassles. For homeowners, a condo can feel like a step down without taking a step backward, especially when it comes time to downsize.
Despite the proliferation of online aids for homebuyers, realtors still largely retain control of the market -- and their 6% average commission is usually split between the seller's realtor and the buyer's realtor.
Business disputes often happen when two partners decide that it is time to stop working together. They may have started out with the same goals, a solid business relationship and even a general friendship, but things have fallen apart over time.
Six New York City bills passed as part of the Climate Mobilization Act could affect real estate sales. That's because property owners must make fixes to increase energy efficiency and cut carbon emissions or be fined.
Living in a condominium has its perks. You get all of the convenience of an apartment along with the benefits of ownership.