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Part of the property trade was to give him more useable space. Currently his easement is 60' which he cannot utilize for anything permanent. The trade only involves 30' which would remove the remaining easement whilefreeing up the other 30',plus extending Nike Short Sleeve
The city will allow me to divide into 3 additional lots.
his yard to the rear to create a visual buffer.
I have 2 acres in the city (Puyallup, Wa) with an 1800sf SFR on one end of the property rented to the same family for 8 years. Nike Sweater Black And White
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I always try to talk to people around what I develop and see what their fears, apprehensions and wants are. Do the land owners you need the easement from owner occupants? Are you planning for more rentals behind their home? Are you buildiing homes that will increase their property value? People are probably motivated by the same things you are. A small peice of land in trade for 2 or 3 more Nike Black Tracksuit Bottoms rentals properties behind their home probably doesn't sound like a good deal. This is where I woud start. I have considered a long driveway but thenI'dbe required to engineer, pave and sidewalk the primary access road that borders a creek for several hundred feet. Accessing through the easement is direct, muchshorter, no hill to navigate, nogravel road, and comes off the nicer neighborhood which I can use topromote my property withw/o paying hoa dues because even though we access through the development I would not be in the development.
to live with three houses behind him (and three houses worth of traffic buzzing past the window where his side yard used to be!). I would try to buy him out, not just buy access.
It sounds like you know the answer. An "equal trade" in this situation is not equal at all. You want the neighbor to trade some thing he values for something he does not. There is no way to do it without considerably sweetening the pot. I tell you frankly, if it were me, I wouldn't be "stalling." I would have told you to take a hike until such time as you were willing and able to make me an offer I cannot refuse.
I have an easement from the neighbor's propertyto the backside of my property but that does not qualify as access for development purposes. The neighbor does not want me to develop behind him and so has stalled, declined help, etc. I am looking for ideas to get him to do a lot line adjustment and trade him equal land so the easement becomes a legalaccess parcel (his side yard for an extended back yard).
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