Imagine this after going through one of the most insane markets as of late you are finally in your dream home here. NYC ownership has become a reality and you’re now looking at furniture, artwork, and how to best set up your new space. But then...
Imagine this after going through one of the most insane markets as of late you are finally in your dream home here. NYC ownership has become a reality and you’re now looking at furniture, artwork, and how to best set up your new space. But then suddenly your dream is interrupted by a toilet that explodes, a piano playing at all times of the day from the below neighbor, a pigeon situation in your outdoor space, a leak from who knows where and the list goes on. Today we are talking about what to do as an owner when something is going wrong in your new or not-so-new home.
It’s important to note that the reason we stress having a good attorney when you purchase is in case the problem is really a big one then you might need to bring your attorney back in to help you. However, often problems are just the ordinary ones that require management, maintenance, or speaking to a neighbor. Living in buildings with multi-unit dwellings stuff does come up so it’s best to take it one step at a time to see where you go next if a problem arises.
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