The best way is to Email me with the property tht you want to know about and I will give you a status update.
If it is in East Brunswick and the surrounding areas, I can get you that information in a flash.
Orange Key Realty
Thus, these properties can remain on the MLS as active, active with contract, pending, etc. after they go to contract. This information is usually between the customer and their agent and doesn't go beyond the above mentioned classifications.
With distressed sales it becomes even more dicey because banks will sit on offers for weeks/months, keeping people in the dark.
Unfortunately the best source for accurate information is likely via the agent(s) associated with each transaction.
Hope this information is helpful.
Best of Luck.
The best way to get clarification on the status of any listing is to contact an agent. We have access to the MLS and can see all listings, regardless of status.
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and that maybe you would have already spoken to someone that is on the ball...
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The best way to have all information and assistance that you need in your house hunting process is to contact a local realtor who will take you through the whole process. A local realtor will not only help you with questions about any property, but also, he/she will help you find a house that fits your criteria.
A realtor is a specialist of his/her neighborhood. He/She knows all about the neighborhood, including school information, and market trend.
Contact your local realtor association, or ask a friend and/or family member for a referral. Also you can interview some of the professional realtors who are trying to help you by answering your ticket on Trulia.
Don't try this alone. Help a realtor Help you throough.
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I am not aware of any that show "under contract". Since Realtor.com is powered by the MLS, what you will find is that once a property is placed under contract, it will dissapear from that website within the next 72 hours (usually sooner).
Francesca, Realtor, ePro
If you have a specific address, you can post it here and an agent affiliated with the MLS board will probably answer for you. Otherwise, as stated, work with your own buyers agent and he/she will be able to update you on all the properties that might interest you that go under contract.
There's no link or address of a property to give reference to. Generally speaking Realtors have access to the local MLS. This is the most up-to-date resource for checking availabilty of homes. If you are working with a buyer's agent then he/she can prove to be an invaluable resource to you.
Jeremy S. Hill, Realtor Associate
Keller Williams Realty
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