Questions and Answers
Should I rent the little studio by the beach, or the beautiful loft?
I live in South Florida in a great little town.. Here’s my dilemma.
Do I spend $1000/month for a beautiful studio with private courtyard, but not too much space 1/2 block from the ocean, OR the beautiful, loft in a new building, with 15 foot ceilings, floor to ceiling windows, beautiful kitchen, and roof top pool for $1350/month.. Not far from the beach, but not walkable.
The Beach, The Beach!!!
Would you rent a mother in law suite?
I’ve checked with zoning, and am hinking of building a mother in law suite to rent out, right next to our house. It would be about 400 legal sqft with an extra loft for computer or whatever. It would have it’s own kitchen and bathroom, and I would rent it for about what others go for, but it would include utilities. It will be connected by a door that’s always locked.
I was wondering if you would live there, and if you have any tips, like how big the kitchen should be, how big the bedroom should be?
Well I’m pretty sure mine would be legal, I’d have to have permits and inspections…. So what about them aren’t legal living spaces?
Sure. As long as the space is completely private, then I don’t see what the problem would be.
As long as you get all the proper permits it would be legal.
Private Party Room in New York?
I am looking for a private room or loft to rent out for my birthday. It will only be for one night, 3-4 hours tops.
I’m looking for something cheap too; it’s pretty hard to find a room that isn’t too fancy (I’d rather be in a comfortable environment) and expensive.
You can rent a hotel room.
Where can I find a large open loft space downtown Detroit available for rent on a daily basis?
I’m looking for a space to hold a wedding ceremony and reception, preferably overlooking the Detroit river.
Call around to some real estate brokers or agents. Might need to contact corporate as well as residential agents.
They can guide you as far as location and working out a price for the day, insurance needs etc
Looking to rent out a loft or party space that is BYOB for about 100 people ASAP!!!!?
We are looking to host a charity event in the NYC are, preferably in Manhattan or Brooklyn. We had originally booked a location but they flaked out and we need a space for this Friday, April 3rd, from about 9pm-2am or closing. We are hoping to find a place that we can BYOB and host our own entertainment and charge a fee at the door. We need a space that is inexpensive and can accommodate up to 100 people. I realize this is short notice but any input is appreciated!!!
It’s 60-100 people at most
I dont think this is going to be your lucky day…but google it….would be your best bet good luck : )
Around how much is a penthouse suite usually in Vancouver, to buy not rent?
Me and a friend each want to buy a loft in Vancouver and we’re interested in buying a penthouse suite but we can’t find any prices online for how much one would be, obviously our next step is to talk to a real estate agent but first I thought I’d ask here how much one in Vancouver could be (and as I said in the question to buy and own it not rent one). Thank you in advance.
Because you are posting from Canada, I assume you are talking about Vancouver, BC, yes?
My friend and I.
Http://www.realtor.ca/index.aspx?area=vancouver&vs=VECondoStrata_2 lists real estate for sale in the Vancouver area. It looks like condos in that area are VERY spendy, with some being nearly $20,000,000. So, unless you are serious trust fund babies, a penthouse condo in Vancouver BC may not be in the cards for you.
To put in in perspective, a top floor (second floor) 700sqft condo from 1950 is $170k.
Once you start looking at high rises, http://www.realtor.ca/propertyDetails.aspx?propertyId=10559819&PidKey=1384418195 is a 805sqft place on the 19th floor in a new place. It’s $500k.
Recouping rent for an improperly zoned space?
I recently discovered that the loft which i am renting is zoned commercial, not residential. I am able to recoup the money that I have paid for the past several months?
You can only recoup rent paid for after you moved out. If you paid last month and did not live there for another month you are entitled to it back. While you were living there you had to pay rent as per the contract.
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