New York Real Estate Glossary W
(Waiver - Warranty)
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Voluntary relinquishment of rights or claims.
Waiver of Lien
Voluntarily relinquishing the right of a lien, usually temporarily.
This waiver may be explicitly stated or implied.
Type of basement that allows a door to open into the yard because the
basement is at ground level.
Risk that occurs when a buyer or seller decides not to go through with
the transaction. If property is not sold at the offered price, that
price may not be realized at a later date. Same situation exists for
Building of two or more floors with no way to be accessed except through
stairs. This type of building is usually in cities.
Final inspection of the home by buyer to check if the conditions in
the contract have been satisfied.
A small furnace that is placed between the studs in a wall.
Heater that heats the surrounding area from where it is attached on
Considered fair amount for a real estate transaction, which can be justified
by the conditions involved in the exchange.
Legally binding agreement to do something.