A Madison Estates broker will save you time, provide information and guidance when purchasing a home.
Madison Estates cooperates with the brokerage community and often directly with the owners. One call to your broker can get you the information you need on all the properties in which you are interested.
Madison Estates has access one of the largest data bases in New York, which is updated on a daily basis and includes properties from many different real estate firms. Speak with your broker about becoming a part of the searching process. He or she will be more than happy to work with you as a team. After you perform the search the two of you can discuss and compare notes. Call or email your broker any properties of interest so he or she can research them further and arrange appointments for you.
Madison Estates brokers have access to a much more extensive and up-to-date data base than what is available to the public online. He or she will receive before the public has access to them on the web. Sometimes the market tends to move faster than the internet. Your broker will be able find out the status of properties in which you are interested in. You may find that any properties that you thought your broker may have missed were eliminated because they are already in contract or have sold.
Sales commissions are paid by the seller, not the buyer. When a property is co-broked, the commission is shared between the selling broker’s company and the buying broker’s company. There is no additional expense to you as the buyer.
*Prorated for month of Closing
** Expected to pay eight (8) months’ Real Estate Taxes- combines between Seller as an adjustment and escrow established by lender.
Note: When purchasing a condominium unit from a Sponsor, the Purchaser will be required to pay NYC and NYS Transfer Taxes (See A above for amounts as well as the Sponsors attorney’s fee (typically around $1,500).
Disclosure: All fees are approximate. You should consult a CPA or attorney for more accurate estimate.