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  • U.S. News & World Report

    The Purchase and Sale agreement should address the possibility that your appraisal comes in below the purchase price, and allow you to terminate the contract or renegotiate the price, says Robert Pellegrini, a real estate attorney based in Bridgewater, Massachusetts. "If not, you could be obligated to cover the difference for a lowball appraisal, and that could mean you’re on the hook for thousands," Pellegrini says.

  • Boston Globe

    Robert Pellegrini, a land-use lawyer based in Bridgewater, said he would be surprised if the courthouse neighbors emerge victorious. Such a decision, he said, would make it harder for cities and towns to clean up blighted government properties.

  • Realtor.com

    To get the lowdown on what's legal, we talked to Robert Pellegrini, president of PK Boston, a real estate and collections law firm with offices in Boston. Here's what renters can do when a roommate relationship heads south.

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Realtor.com: How to Evict a Roommate

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"Here are some things Pellegrini suggests putting on a sublease: a security deposit, whether pets are allowed, how many guests the roommate can have and for how long, what alterations they can make to the space, a late fee for rent, who pays utilities, and how many keys will be made."

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