New York Real Estate Glossary Z
(Zero Clearance - Zoning Records)
A1 | A2
| A3 | A4 | B1 | B2 | B3
| C1 | C2 | C3
| D1 | D2 | E1
| E2 | F1 | F2
| F3 |
G1 | G2 | H1
| H2 | I1 | I2
| J | K | L1
| L2 | L3 | M1
| M2 | M3 | N
| O1 | O2
| P1 | P2 | Q
| R1 | R2 | S1
| S2 | T1 | T2
| U | V1 | V2
| W1 | W2 | X
| Y | Z
The lack of a need for a specified distance between a well-insulated
heating unit or metal wood burning fireplace and a combustible surface.
The point in earthmoving where an imaginary line denotes a place where
no cutting or filling is required.
Zero Lot Line
Lot where a home is set to the lot boundary, which leaves very little
space between the houses.
Zero Rate Loan
Loan with large down payment and the balance being paid in equal periodic
payments over a short period of time, with no interest charged. Usually
offered by an eager seller.
When there is no money left for the seller, from the sale of a property,
after all outstanding expenses are paid.
Laid out in a zigzag pattern, with split rails intersecting and supporting
each other and anchored with spikes at the joint, this type of fence
is also referred to as a snake fence.
Geographic location with designated boundaries such as a district.
Rules and regulations controlling the use of land, which is broken down
into districts and determines how private property is to be used or
what construction is allowed.
Ordinances created by local government to cover real estate development,
including structural and esthetic points.
Map that shows locality divided into districts and shows status and
usage of each district and is kept current.
Regulations determined by each municipality to establish different zoning
restrictions and classifications.
Compilation of zoning requirements and any changes made to them.