Some days, no I do not pee until I get home. It just is what it is. You've got 6-7 dogs to get groomed between 10am-4pm and people are crazy if their dog is there longer than 3hrs. If I eat lunch, it's always because the receptionist ran to McDonald's and I'm eating fries, standing at my table, with a dog staring at me. And I wolf those down in about 2 minutes flat and get right back to grooming! I've done this for 11 years and it IS part of the reason I'd like to find other work.If your not taking breaks at work then your not calling the agent is totally on you, I refuse to believe you do not even take a break to toilet ! call while your in the bathroom or just insist on taking a break, At the group homes I work in from 11pm to 7a there is no other staff until 7am then when that second staff comes in I make sure I get a break from responsibility for supervising the home, then finish up and normally the shift is over at 9a.
We really don't have an option but to continue on with her. We're under contract. She'll get paid no matter what if we can ever get to closing.So if your willing to let this realtor just finish up in order to be done with it , then do so BUT after closing is all done I suggest you consider telling the realtor that you think they did a crap job the way you were represented and wont have a problem sharing your experience with others ( even if all you ever tell someone is that you would never EVER use that realtor again and say nothing more)
Based on 10 years of a shared drivewa, RUN! Not worth it, especially when more than one car is involved between the two homes.What is the name of your state? Michigan
First time homebuyers.
We're buying a home with a shared driveway. This was not disclosed when we offered, because our agent did not make sure that we got the seller's disclosures.
There is an easement over the driveway too.
I only discovered the easement because we were talking about installing a fence around the garage, looking at pictures, and my husband realized the neighbor uses the driveway to access their backyard. I did a register of deeds search, and there was the agreement from 1998.
We contacted our agent who contacted the seller's agent. At first they said, "there is no easement, it's just a 50/50 shared driveway." When we said that we'd located a recorded easement online, their story changed to "oh we forgot about that."
We asked about "exhibit A the mortgage report from April 26, 1998" referenced in the recorded easement. The agreement itself references this as what would tell us the location of the easement so that we would know how much of it is on our property, and what amount of maintainance we are responsible for. Exhibit A still hasn't been shown to us, and we asked for it on Monday. Our agent even told us at one point, instead of locating the document, that we should just find another house. We don't want to do that. She claims now that she is waiting for the title company to give it to her.
We do not want to back out of the sale because the house checks all our boxes, and after initially being angry about feeling deceived about the driveway and having to share it, we honestly don't care that it's shared at this point... We just want full disclosure about our rights and responsibilities concerning the driveway.
We had also pointed out that we did not have the seller's disclosures too, and it took until today to get that.
In the disclosures, they acknowledge a shared driveway but marked "NO" for easements even though there clearly is one on file with the register of deeds. So they are not being truthful and we do not have all the information we need concerning this situation.
I'm loss as to what to do. Again, we do not want to back out. We just want all the info. If they cannot provide the documentation referenced in the agreement for the location of the easement, do we ask that the sellers provide a recent survey that would show it? If they don't have a recent survey, do we request that they have one done prior to closing to clear up any questions of location? Do we request they pay for us to have one done? Do we close and handle it with title insurance? What do we do?
I would ask the title company to research this further if possible. I can't imagine a lender would issue a loan on a landlocked property with no valid access easement.The easement is invalid according to the register of deeds. We ended up calling them. "Exhibit A" doesn't exist in any public record and so the easement is undefined. How true it is that it is invalid? I don't know. But that's directly from the horse's mouth. So, we can't locate it or put a size on it.
It isn't landlocked. They sit right next door on a city street just like the house we're buying.I would ask the title company to research this further if possible. I can't imagine a lender would issue a loan on a landlocked property with no valid access easement.