You will find a lot of homes in the price range you mention. Schools in Toms River and Pt. Pleasant rate a lot higher than schools in Brick. (see link below).
Toms River has lower taxes than Point Pleasan tor Brick.
Brick and Toms River have both finished in the "Top 10 Safest Towns" survey annually.
A lot of great choices , feel free to contact me with any questions about these towns.... more
I lived in Point Pleasant Boro for 3 years and found it quite enjoyable. It has a great overall location in terms of access to other areas. There are many amenities in the neighborhood. Point Pleasant Beach is also a great area. Its an enjoyable area to walk around in and it is safe for families.... more
Do as you like but if the property is already at a decent price, anything lower than 10% off the asking would be an insult, maybe to the point they would not take any other offer from you later! Also if you are going to lay down a question with a small history of what is going on, do it with more explanation please! It was rough reading!... more
Hi Maria, as I indicated in my other post, please send me your email address, price range, bedroom and bathroom requirements as well as the towns that you prefer and I will get you out these listings ASAP. Thanks.
William F. Troy
Realtor Associate SRES, e-PRO, CDPE, Luxury Home Team
Veltri & Associates Realtors
1012 Cox Cro Rd.
Toms River, NJ 08755
Direct Dial (732)557-4600
Home Fax- (732)961-0089
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To get the sales list I suggest to my clients, I get the most recent homes that sold in that particular area . I try to get the closest match to the home same bath,beds, so on. In this market it is also to do a time adjustment. I.E. If the last closing for a similar home was 3 months ago and the market shows a 1% drop per month I adjust the price of that comparable downward 3%.I pull all my info from the local Multiple Listing Service(MLS) This is the service agents use to market their homes to the other agents in the area. Also the MLS is where the National association of Realtors get ther statistics.High list prices shows that some agents have not informed their clients of the true status of the market in that area.If you want examples ,check out my articles in the Riverside Signal. http://riversidesignal.com/county.html... more
You have not provided enough information to give you an accurate answer... I will say it seems like a good offer for a 3/2 in Point... unless you have some exceptional location, features or larger property... you really need a list of comparable sold properties in the last 30 days to be sure... time to do some homework.
Diane Turton, Realtors
732 278-5251... more