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Albert Baron…, Real Estate Pro in 07940
Albert Baron III answered:
Is morris plains, NJ a good location to buy a town house? is coventry park a good option? how good are the odds of selling this in the future?
Coventry Park is one great option. Lennar builds a quality product. I would check on availability. I think they are about 75% sold and many of the prime locations have been sold.
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Murray Rober…, Real Estate Pro in Parsippany, NJ
Murray Robertson answered:
The montville and boonton township home prices seem to be 20% higher than comparables in other towns. Can someone explain why?
Don't know what towns you're comparing to, but both Montville and Boonton Township are great places to live. If you'd like I can show you around and you'll see the b ... more
0 votes Share Flag Mon Sep 20, 2010 Market Conditions in 07950
John Sacktig, Real Estate Pro in 08816
John Sacktig answered:
thought i'd posted this before but apparently not-if it becomes necessary to share a home, to meet the
You can get a realtor to help. We have clients that are looking in all price ranges for rentals. It is worth a shot. A commission would be due and contracts / background checks can be ... more
0 votes Share Flag Sun Apr 27, 2008 Market Conditions in 07950
Barbara Vance, Real Estate Pro in orlando- windermere...
Barbara Vance answered:
There are statistics from Yale (schiller) that show long term housing appreciation is less than 1 %; and the
Excellent question! Intuitively I think you might be right. Where will baby boomers move? Check www.census.gov for predictions of future trends. Many baby boomers will keep their ... more
0 votes Share Flag Sun Apr 27, 2008 Market Conditions in 07950
Marc Paolella…, Real Estate Pro in Succasunna, NJ
Marc Paolella, Relo Director answered:
In this market, what is right pricing? How much over buying price in 03 should a seller expect, if the home?
Hi Wpease,

The median home price in Morris Plains is down about 4% over the past year. However, you can't necessarily project that to the future, because no one knows if the trend wi ... more
0 votes Share Flag Mon Feb 9, 2009 Market Conditions in 07950
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