New Homes « Ask Realtor® Steven Silva

By: Askstevensilva  09-12-2011

The first “Ask Steve” column has been published in the Bradford Times: “The Bradford Times will be introducing a new feature, once or twice a month – Ask Steve. Steven Silva is a Sales Rep with Royal LePage-Your Community Realty, but he is also a builder, who learned the trade from his father, and was recently [..]

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Q&A « Ask Realtor® Steven Silva

In your case, as long as the Landlord gives you 24-hour written notice, she may enter even if you’re not home (for other times Landlords may enter with and without notice visit There are some exceptions, however, such as in the case of an emergency or if the tenant agrees to allow the landlord to enter the unit. The question of when a Landlord can enter a tenants apartment was asked of Realtor Steven Silva.


News Letter « Ask Realtor® Steven Silva

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Real Estate « Ask Realtor® Steven Silva

Still under the builders warranty, this move-in ready home features: a large master bedroom with W/I closet and 4-pc ensuite, oak stairs, gas fireplace, stainless steel kitchen appliances, washer and dryer.


New Home Warranty « Ask Realtor® Steven Silva

AskRealtorSteve about Your New Home Warranty, Home Repair / Maintenance, Real Estate in general or issues you’re experiencing with your home. Last year, after they shingled the house, we noticed that many shingles had come off. Hi Steve, we bought a brand new home from a builder in Bradford.