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Curbed NY

The 90 Biggest Celebrity Real Estate Moves of the Year in NYC
Curbed NY
It's time to make up a bunch of awards and hand them out to the most deserving people, places and things in the real estate, architecture and neighborhood universes of New York City! Yep, it's time for the 11th Annual Curbed Awards!

Dodgy real-estate agent revenge

Wed, 30 Oct 2013 07:50:23 -0700

About 5 years ago, we rented our house out through an estate agent and went traveling for a year. Everything was fine and dandy until we were a few months into our trip and halfway across the country.

Out of the blue we receive a call from the estate agent saying that the tenants are going to press charges if we do not clean the pool in the yard of the house. This surprised my dad, since we had signed a contract which stated that the tenants would be looking after the property due to the fact that we were thousands of kilometers away for almost an entire year.

At this point we discover that the tenants have a different contract to the one we signed before renting the house out. This was a major hassle for my dad while we were attempting to enjoy our trip, and he ended up having to organise and pay for a pool cleaner to deal with it in the meantime.

After this, he talked to the real-estate agent and requested that he be reimbursed for the situation (the two different contracts, which differed only in the property management level) which escalated to the point where the agent told my dad to "Take it to court or Piss off." Taking the agent to court would have been too much of a hassle and would have cost too much over time for the attorney fees, court costs, etc, so we ignored the problem and broke ties with the agent as soon as we returned home.

The revenge?

Three months later, dad went to the estate agent's office and superglued the locks. That showed them.

P.S. They went out of business two years later. The chinese takeaway in their place does great food!

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Rich Dad’s Advisors®: The ABC’s of Real Estate Investing – Book Summary


Wall Street Journal

Investment Firm Joins Move into Indian Real Estate
Wall Street Journal
And broad global demographic trends—such as urbanization, the power shift to the East from West, and the rise of a global middle class—are something real-estate investors “can't afford to ignore,” said Mike Sales, managing director at U.K.-based TIAA ...

and more »

We need more real estate outside of the city.

Fri, 01 Nov 2013 05:55:52 -0700

This is something that we need. Why is there no good real-estate outside of the city? I like the Blaine County area so much more than the city. There is a 6 car garage near the air force base, and some 2 car garages up in sandy shores and the little town at the north end of the map. Maybe a DLC can make some of the big unused warehouses 10 car garages.

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Bruce Parker New Jersey Real Estate Brokers License Class


Pacific Business News (Honolulu)

2014 Year in Review: Top stories in Hawaii residential real estate
Pacific Business News (Honolulu)
Prices for single-family homes and condos continued to rise in 2014. Here's a look at that story, as well as other residential real estate headlines that grabbed reader attention this year. The median price of a single-family home hits record $719,5000 ...

Dodgy real-estate agent revenge

Wed, 30 Oct 2013 07:50:23 -0700

About 5 years ago, we rented our house out through an estate agent and went traveling for a year. Everything was fine and dandy until we were a few months into our trip and halfway across the country.

Out of the blue we receive a call from the estate agent saying that the tenants are going to press charges if we do not clean the pool in the yard of the house. This surprised my dad, since we had signed a contract which stated that the tenants would be looking after the property due to the fact that we were thousands of kilometers away for almost an entire year.

At this point we discover that the tenants have a different contract to the one we signed before renting the house out. This was a major hassle for my dad while we were attempting to enjoy our trip, and he ended up having to organise and pay for a pool cleaner to deal with it in the meantime.

After this, he talked to the real-estate agent and requested that he be reimbursed for the situation (the two different contracts, which differed only in the property management level) which escalated to the point where the agent told my dad to "Take it to court or Piss off." Taking the agent to court would have been too much of a hassle and would have cost too much over time for the attorney fees, court costs, etc, so we ignored the problem and broke ties with the agent as soon as we returned home.

The revenge?

Three months later, dad went to the estate agent's office and superglued the locks. That showed them.

P.S. They went out of business two years later. The chinese takeaway in their place does great food!

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