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I see you live in Bayside NY, if you work in Manhattan, Edgewater is by far a better commute and better community. There are some approved short sales for sale. contact me if you wish to get more information. I hope this answer helps.
It is about supply and demand, It also depends location ,condition and how well a home is priced. It is easy to get comps for most home to come up with a reasonable offer. Right now banks are very strict with appraising a property and most sellers are aware of it. Under the right guidence of a proffessional realtor with experince in the area you will be able to get the most reasonalbe price for your new home. Best regards, MANISHA MEHTA RE/MAX VILLA REALTORS,EDGEWATER OFFICE 201-886-2008 EXT 219 OR CELL 201-575-3503.
I am a local Realtor who works in Eddgewater NJ. I have also lived there for many years and I have investment properties there so I know the market very well. You will save money by hiring a local Realtor who can help you make the right negotiating moves during your buying process. It is important to hire 1 person who can truely understand what your goals are and that is the best way to get the most for your money. I know of a few great buys in Edgewater and there are also a few in the surrounding towns. If you are interested in my help, I am happy to assist you in your purchase.