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Chris, Real Estate Pro in Jersey City, NJ

what is the fair market value for a 600 sqft fully renovated condo 1bed 1 bath on pavonia avenue in downtown?

Asked by Chris, Jersey City, NJ Thu Dec 20, 2007

JC central air washer dryer backyard views etc please help

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On the park, 270 to 320 is about right. Friend is in contract for 230k on 8th between monmouth and brunswick. renovated in the last 5 years. Pretty nice deal. I'm looking for a 2 bedroom in 350's.
0 votes Thank Flag Link Wed May 26, 2010
That is crazy talk... 200k..hahah you show me one newly renovated 1 bed condo in hamilton park that sold for that price in the last 5 years and i will give you a 100 bucks. The real price is around 275 being the very low point to 320 at the highest. Please realtors show me a comp that low!!! Why talk about something you don't know and give the someone bad advice..
0 votes Thank Flag Link Sat Jan 23, 2010
Low 200’s would be the price point for a newly renovated one-bedroom condo in the Hamilton Park area. Reach out to me and I can take you to see what is currently available in that area.

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0 votes Thank Flag Link Thu Jan 14, 2010
in good condition i would pay 225 if it needs alot of work 190k-200k

look at the taxes and maintenance too

i would not pay more than 4000 in taxes and 200 in maintenance

the downtown JC market still has alot of correction to come

today i saw a foreclosure in hoboken 750 square feet that needed work for 199000 it shows you how much prices have come down
0 votes Thank Flag Link Sun Apr 19, 2009
I wouldn't pay more than 200/230,000 and look at real estate taxes, they have their influence on the sale price. The lower they are the more is the saving in the long term.
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