What happens if a woman dies in the New York City real estate market?
If you are a woman in New York, and you own a home in New Yorks real estate marketplace, you may want to check your home title.
While many of you might think the title is an unnecessary hassle to deal with, some women have noticed a lot of the listings on this subreddit are inaccurate, misleading, and downright insulting.
In the title, a woman named Amanda explains that her daughter died and her mother is still living in the house, and they have no children.
The article continues with the title “The real estate title is a tricky subject to navigate,” which sounds like it is a legitimate complaint.
Amanda’s daughter died at age 14, which is not her actual age, but she is listed as living in Newys home, not the one she actually owns.
The real estate listing is also incorrect because Amanda has never lived there.
According to Amanda’s son, she has lived in a different home before, but it is not in her name.
When Amanda’s mom went to her son’s home, she said she had no idea where she was, or why she was there.
“I was very surprised to see that the house I am currently living in has no children,” Amanda told the New Yorker.
“And that is a real shame, because she was a very happy, happy, caring, caring young woman.
She was an amazing woman.”
Amanda says she is trying to get the real estate agents involved in a dialogue about the title.
The title is misleading and can create problems for people with children.
Amanda said she believes her mother would not have lived there if she did not have children.
“She was very caring and very smart,” Amanda said.
“The only way you can put a child in a home and then not have them is to put them in the home with someone else.
That is a very real, serious, real issue, and there are not many of those.”
Amanda and her husband, who is also a real estate agent, have received many requests for help.
She said she hopes the realtors are able to help her and her son.
“If they do not, I will take it as a challenge,” Amanda says.
“My goal is for people to understand how much of a hardship it is for mothers and fathers and that it is very, very difficult.
If it is, I can’t imagine it being any easier.”
Amanda hopes the Real Estate Board of New York will address the title and the inaccuracy in real estate listings in the coming weeks.
Amanda has filed a lawsuit against the website and the owners of the realtor site.
“This is something that I am doing on behalf of a lot, a lot more people,” Amanda explains.
“There are a lot people that do not have the resources to do this.”
Amanda’s lawsuit was filed in the state of New Jersey, but a spokesperson for the New Jersey Department of Business Regulation could not confirm if the lawsuit has been filed in other states.
Amanda says the realty board is aware of her lawsuit and is investigating.
“We want to know why these [title] listings are so bad,” Amanda wrote.
“When we go into real estate we have a good deal of knowledge about the properties and people that are in them.
We know who owns the property and we know who is in the real property.”
Amanda is asking for a $25,000 settlement in her lawsuit, but says she needs a “fair and balanced” settlement to ensure the real title is accurate.
“They should do a better job at providing a fair and balanced title,” Amanda tells me.
“It’s a very difficult issue to deal, because they are not being honest.”