Kenneth "Ken" Verbeyst CRS GRI ABR SRES GREEN
Prudential Fox & Roach
Augment your online search with a check of the Sunday paper. Paper advertising is expensive - we still do it, but many brokeages have cut back so do check online. If you are aligned with a particular brokerage/agent, allow them to do some work for you here.
Having said all of this, the availability of information depends on the discipline of the listing agents to input data/advertise.
Good luck to you!
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First, you can call the Orange Key Office in Monmouth Junction at 732-863-6969 for local information on Open Houses!
Second - Of Course on Trulia's first page... locate open houses by zip code.
Third, try http: http://www.openhouse.com this site does have open houses by zip code.. so be prepared.
This is loaded by offices updating their MLS and feed to openjouse.com.
And dead last...I would say Realtor.com... but they have become so heavy with the pop-up and in your face advertising that the site is not really that great for navigating and is a little frustrating.
Any other questions feel free to call or Email!
Orange Key Realty
If you have narrowed it down to neighborhoods , you can drive by the previous evening.Agents put up signs the previous day in many areas unless it is not allowed.
Agents advertise open houses in the Sunday newspaper.
There are sites such as Zillow, craigs list and trulia where you can look them up as well.
Most buyers start their search for a new home on the internet. While this is a convenient starting point, when it comes down to getting serious about home shopping, the best way to fine tune your search is to work with a real estate agent who knows the area and can help you get past the "pretty pictures" and focus on your specific needs and wants.
So the bottomline is, if you are ready to make a decision about the best location and home for YOU, I would suggest you find a good Realtor to help you shop. Your Realtor will help you select the current and future Open Houses that might fit what you are looking for and let you know of homes that may be coming on the market in the near future that you might like.
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The absolute coolest and most fun MLS map search: http://www.marcpaolella.com/SearchMLS
In my area, the local newspapers have online classifieds, so you might want to try there, too.
The two best avenues for scheduled open houses are the newspaper real estate section and by contacting offices directly. Some may have lists available to be picked up at the office while others may have this information posted on their website.
The Eckler Team
Some places to check are the newpaper, weichert.com, and realtor.com. Lastly Fran, if you connect with a realotr in that area, they will send emails to you based on your home buying needs and assist you with your search.
Good Luck to you!