Unless you have a realtor who is 1) professional,
as most are, or 2) a ham like my brother, who is
a broker in WA state. Check around. Blanket
condemnations don't do anyone justice. The
realtor who assisted us in our latest purchase
was a consummate professional, knew I was a ham,
and needed the ability to put up a tower. She
was excellent beyond belief and dedicated to
making that happen. She earned her commission.
Before I bought my home, I went to the HOA with a
contract that allowed me out of the agreement if
the HOA would not allow me to put up a tower. I
told the HOA that if I were not to receive
written approval to put up a tower, I would
cancel the sale. They would then have two
families irritated at them. My SteppIR 4 element
now rests proudly atop the 55 foot tower just
outside the house in a grove of trees (my
consideration for their granting me approval).
Best of luck,
At 04:12 PM 1/29/2006, W4ABW@aol.com wrote:
>Real Estate agents are worthless usually. Count Court House shud be OK tho.
>They may ask for a legal description but they
>may be able to find the property
> from the address too. The deed always refers to any restrictions but the
>restrictions themselves are usually in a separate document.
>If you know the present owners name you can find all you need in the deed
>books. The current owner is listed in the
>Grantee Book. The other book is called
> the Grantor Book and thats the party that sold the property to the owner in
>the Grantee Book.
>Its not rocket science but a realtor is worthless, kinda like the lawyer
>that might have written the restrictions from
>boiler plate language in the first
>Do I distrust the real estate people, OH YES.
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