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Old 04-05-2015, 08:28 PM
Location: New York
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Last year a real estate broker told me not to be concerned that my house was built in 1900 pre- c.o.'s . he said the city Hall will tell me to get one (for a number of reasons ) but that I wouldn't have a problem selling without one.
He was right,, City hall said that I need one. I am totally confused because I feel an experienced real estate agent would know...
I was told some banks won't give mortgage with out this

does anyone know about this?

Mt Vernon no longer offers a letter saying that that the house is exempt

I am also looking for smart affordable real estate lawyer in southern Westchester
Any adice would be appreciated
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