Send an email or give acall. There is no home attached to your question! I have worked with and closed many short sales and foreclosures. I will send the information to you directly.
Orange Key Realty
There are several options, but it is largely dependent on what kind of place you're looking for as well.
Would you mind sending me your specifications to email@example.com or calling me at 201-815-0943?
Then I can send you an extensive list so you can choose to your heart's desire :)
Thanks and I look forward to hearing from you Ali!
Alan Kong... more
This is really a question for your attorney. Depending on what changes were made to the contract you may be required to apply for a mortgage though a lender of the seller's choosing. This is often in the contract to make sure the buyer made a good faith estimate to obtain the loan. However, if it's a problem with the association you should be able to cancel the contract arguing it will be an issue with all lenders. If the problems with the condo force you to use a portfolio lender at a higher interest rate you're probably not obligated to take the mortgage since the contract usually stipulates your loan has to be at the prevailing rate.
Your attorney may have also included a condo review contingency. This would allow you a certain amount of time to review condo documents. If you think there is an issue with the condo this may be an option to cancel the contract.
I hope this helps. Please do not hesitate to contact me with any additional questions.
Andres Garcia - Realtor Associate - Keller Williams City Life Realty - 100 Washington St, NJ 07030 - Office: 201.659.8600 - Web: MileSquareRealty.com... more
Appraisals can be tricky. If it's a higher floor and that provides a view or some extra windows for additional light then even in a walk up it could be worth moremoney. The key is to make sure you use a local mortgage company who uses an appraiser familiar with the area. Hoboken is very unique and values can change drastically block by block and building by building.... more
First time home
It is going to be a challenge at best. You really need to have something. We have a program here for USDA loans which can be 100% financing and you can ask for closing cost but realisticly, you will have a hard time getting that accepted. Work on saving some money. You also need to see if you qualify, just because you think you can afford it does not mean a lender will agree. You will be able to get good guidance of what you need from a lender.
Good Luck!!!... more
Questions about Crime are very common here...
If you want the truth, You need to call local law enforcement and they will give you the real scoop... They work those streets everyday and are more than happy to share it with you... more
Lowest opportunity to rent 3-BR 2-bath in Montclair rigtht now is $2350 month with deposit, rent and commission making it $8225 to begin a 1-year lease. I have seen the space and it is terrific. But no pets, sorry. 75% of rentals do not allow pets in this area. It is rare to find a 2-bath rental, as you likely know. Lease to own is not foiund in the area as housing moves readitly and that option is seen when seller has difficulty finding a buyer in any other way. Get with a realtor to examine the available properties for the best match to your needs. Some compromises are often needed to be successful. Good luck.... more
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All you are going to get is a bunch of Realtors with misguided "steering" answers...
Although it is not "steering" answering your question, you need to do your due diligence with this question on your own and not on a Realtor website. Go to the area's you want to live in, go to the churches, temples, schools and stores in the area that you want to be in and ask the questions. Asking a question like this on Trulia is not going to get you answers.
Before I moved to the town I live in, I went to the schools when classes got out, talked to parents, went to the library to see who was there and what the feeling was about the town to "me", and it was very helpful.
Find out first hand on your own. That is the best way... more
A recommendation from a friend is a good place to start.
If you don't know anyone who recently bought or sold a home, then why not stop in a couple of the local real estate offices in the area, and ask to speak with the manager.
Sit down and discuss what kind of agent you're looking for.
Are you more comfortable with someone who has a relaxed approach, or a more formal approach?
Obviously, you want someone with a proven track record (experience)..........someone who knows your area very well, and has successfully marketed (listed) homes there.
The manager can offer some suggestions, and you can then meet with the agents - ask for a written marketing plan, and see with whom you feel most comfortable.
Another option is to stop by any Sunday open houses in your area - and get a sense of how the agent conducts him or herself. Are they professional, yet approachable? Is the home staged in a way that enhances it (does it look decluttered, neat and clean)?
If you're comfortable online, look up the property and see how it is displayed on the internet.......good photos, or dark and unflattering? Text that gives a positive feel of the home? Are important features highlighted?
Once again....interview a few agents.......ask the right questions (re: marketing - what , where and how will it be marketed)........ask how the agent plans on staying in touch with you, and how often (right answer is - "how do you want me to stay in touch?).
Anyway, I am sure when you've met a few agents, you'll know the "right" one.
If you have any additional questions, feel free to reach out to me!
Prudential NJ Properties
email: Debbie.Rose@PrudentialNewJersey.com... more
There are several trains stations close to Piscataway, Edison, Metuchen or Dunellen. You can usually get in to NYC from Piscataway in well under an hour. Since Piscataway is a big town, it has many different neighborhoods, each with its own character. I bet you'll find one that suits you! Piscataway has a high school that reflects the town. There are many websites that compare high schools. I advise you research that way. After all, Realtors, for the most part, are not licensed teachers! I would love to help you in Piscataway or any of the neighboring towns. I have lived and worked in this area for 26 years. Fell free to call or text to 908-447-6980.... more
Thank you for your question.
City of Camden gives up to $10,000 to first time home buyers. There are requirements so talk to your loan officer about it.
Good luck in your purchase!
Ines De La Cruz, Realtor, ABR, CRS
To view all the homes in NJ visit www.inesdelacruz.com... more
Thank you for using Trulia.
I am a full time Realtor professional that works and lives in Southern Burlington County. Let me know what you are looking for and I can guide you through the process of buying your home.
Ines De La Cruz
Accredited Buyer Representative
Certified Residential Specialist
609-313-8518 or firstname.lastname@example.org
To view all the homes in NJ visit www.inesdelacruz.com... more
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