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    abandoned homes?

    I was wondering do u need permission to Md on abandoned properties in ny?... and has anyone called realtors of houses for sale to Md if so hows the out come of getting permission? thank you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jbbj View Post
    I was wondering do u need permission to Md on abandoned properties in ny?... and has anyone called realtors of houses for sale to Md if so hows the out come of getting permission? thank you.
    Someone owns abandoned houses. You need permission. Now if its in the middle of the woods and you don't think anyone would care...well it's up to you to determine the risk vs rewards...

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    Every square inch of dirt in this country belongs to someone. The state, the feds, the bank, some folks who live elsewhere but keep the property taxes up to date, etc. Go to the town and see who owns it. Get permission. Or risk losing your equipment, maybe a fine, maybe worse..
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    Thank you very much I thought thats how it went but wanted to double check.

    Anyone ever call realtor agencies to ask permission?

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    Yeah I have but I got a verbal ok.i didn't feel comfortable. I want written permission from someone

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    If you asking here, the answer is probably Yes.

    Around My area, I know the People & Places like the Back of my Hand,
    There are places I wouldn't Think Twice about Just going to them.

    however. there are other places, I'd think twice.
    if I need to think twice, I'm more comfortable asking.

    Written Permission ? Only if they suggest it,
    Or if I get a No due to Liability & I feel it is worth Offering to sign a Liability waiver.
    Most people Don't want to sign anything out of Fear.

    as for who to ask. naturally the owner would be first choice.

    not all abandoned property falls under the same category.

    at least around here there are plenty of abandoned homes where the land belongs to someone other then
    the home owners (99 year Leases, from the railroad,

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    people and real estate firms, from other states purchasing Properties Then
    letting them rot.

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    others letting a neighbor do free upkeep like mowing just because they found a sucker to do it, in order to not live next to a snake , rat, infested woods.

    alternative people I use for permission, when I feel it hasn't gone public
    due to complete abandonment.
    neighbors, local or state police, locals who know more about the place then I do. boro, or township employees. state workers. postal employees, fire companies etc.
    Last edited by jeff of pa; May 20, 2018 at 05:39 AM.
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