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albertomm88, Renter in Wharton, NJ
albertomm88 asked:
busco casa de 3 cuartos en dover o warthon
0 votes Share Flag Thu Jun 26, 2014 Rentals in Wharton
Elvin Lopez, Real Estate Pro in New Jersey
Elvin Lopez answered:
quiero saber de dpartamento a la renta en Wharton nj
Me puede llamar para mas informacion.

Garcias,

Elvin

551-208-0166
elvinlopez@kw.con
0 votes Share Flag Thu May 16, 2013 For Rent in Wharton
Helene  Jean…, Real Estate Pro in Morristown, NJ
Helene Jeanette answered:
What is the average DOM for Wharton?
I believe you have good responses on this, please do keep in mind that factored into these numbers are outliers. Homes that are overpriced, homes in such disrepair that the only value ... more
0 votes Share Flag Mon Jul 2, 2012 Investment Properties in Wharton
niknak717, Home Buyer in 07825
niknak717 answered:
What is the area of Wharton like? How about the commute to NYC?
Thanks everyone for your responses. I will continue checking out the area and potential towns to continue our search in.
0 votes Share Flag Thu Jun 7, 2012 General Area in 07885
Mary Grunmei…, Real Estate Pro in Morris Plains, NJ
Mary Grunmeier answered:
property tax question
In NJ, there is a state law saying that property values must be assessed at current market value. But, the same legislation says it only has to be done every 10 years. It is a large, ... more
0 votes Share Flag Sat Aug 21, 2010 Home Buying in Wharton
Gary Torretti, Real Estate Pro in Livingston, NJ
Gary Torretti answered:
For tax credit purposes, does the deed (title transfer) become effective the date it was signed or recorded?
Scott,

I spoke with a real estate attorney about your question and he said the only one who will be able to give you a difinite answer is your accoutant. It does seems though that it ... more
0 votes Share Flag Mon Mar 30, 2009 Home Buying in 07885
William Leigh…, Real Estate Pro in New Jersey
William Leigh Holt answered:
Is the closing date always the same as the title transfer date?
Scott: That's the date of transfer, as far as I know. You get the deed from the former owner at that time. The attorney's office or title company then sends it to the county for reco ... more
1 vote Share Flag Fri Feb 27, 2009 Home Buying in 07885
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