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Kim Carnagey, Real Estate Pro in Cedar Park, TX
Kim Carnagey answered:
What happens if I buy a multi-family home, but use both parts of it for myself? Is that typically "OK" as regards zoning laws, tax laws,?
That depends on the type of loan you are seeking, make sure to talk to a loan officer about a loan for personal use.
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Judy Cronebe…, Real Estate Pro in New Providence, NJ
Judy Croneberger answered:
Looking to possibly move to New Providence but contingent on commuting options to NYC. What is best way to commute?
Hi Leelee,

The Summit train station is a centrally located station that serves as a hub for many trains.

Another possibility, is to drive to Hoboken and take the train or path f ... more
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Judy Cronebe…, Real Estate Pro in New Providence, NJ
Judy Croneberger answered:
Having trouble deciding between Berkeley Heights and New Providence. Can someone give me the pro's/cons for each.?
Hi Ann,

The New Providence Schools are #1 in the state according to the New Jersey Monthly Magazine. However, Berkeley Heights schools are good too. New Providence has a bigger downt ... more
0 votes Share Flag Thu May 30, 2013 Home Buying in New Providence
Debra (Debbi…, Real Estate Pro in Livingston, NJ
Debra (Debbie) Rose answered:
I work in lower Manhattan with a schedule of 3 - 10p.m. Do you know how the commute will be at 10p.m. to New Providence? Is it over 45 minutes?
The commute from NY to New Providence will be over an hour - you will have to change trains at Newark Penn Station.

The other issue is...............there are very limited trains a ... more
0 votes Share Flag Sun May 26, 2013 Home Buying in New Providence
Ron Thomas, Real Estate Pro in Fresno, CA
Ron Thomas answered:
Who pays the Rental Finders Fee in NJ typically to the RE agent? the renter or the landlord?
A lot of things in life are not fair!
0 votes Share Flag Mon Jan 21, 2013 Home Buying in New Providence
Jeanne Feeni…, Real Estate Pro in Basking Ridge, NJ
Jeanne Feenick answered:
what is the best area in new providence to buy?
Carolyn gave you a great response - it is so good to hear from consumers and in this case a resident - you can surely benefit from the perspective of someone who is living in the commun ... more
0 votes Share Flag Thu Oct 13, 2011 Home Buying in New Providence
Michele DiBe…, Real Estate Pro in New Providence, NJ
Michele DiBenedetto answered:
Has there been any foreclosures or short sales in or around the New Providence, NJ area?
Yes. I represented buyers of a short sale in New Providence that closed in November 2009. New Providence is a desireable area, so if sellers are "upside down" on their mortgag ... more
0 votes Share Flag Thu Feb 4, 2010 Home Buying in New Providence
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