In New Jersey, there is a state law that says that property needs to be assessed 100% of market value every 10 years. This is a large and difficult and expensive undertaking ... more
I would need to know a lot more info before giving you my opinion. There are things such as credit scores, your goals, and other options. But yes, you can borrower from yo ... more
Typically houses won't sell for more than their appraised (market value), otherwise why would people be buying them? The only time this really happens is when the mark ... more
That being said, interview many agents. From big firms to boutiques, agents are different.
But, don't be swayed by fancy brochures. Selling y ... more
If you have a Realtor working with you they can advise you.
If you don't you should consult a Real Estate attorney asap so you can get a general understanding of the sa ... more
My name is Yelena Tsuladze and I am Broker/Ownber of Advanced Realty Group.
Our office is located in Morristown.
Let's get together and discuss all your needs.
I ... more
I definitely would paint the walls. It will make your home appeal to more buyers instead of a select group that happen to like those themes.
Unfortunately this type of post generates a lot of "hometowning". Which is where 10 agents post that their hometown is incredibly peachy and is where you simply ne ... more
I did a quick search on the MLS to see what might be out there in your price range.....without having to ... more
There are currently 7 homes listed in Morristown from 259,000 - 279,000...with 3 bedrooms and 2 baths (1 house has only 1 bath - the others have 2 full baths).
Please feel fr ... more
I wouldn't say house prices drop off in winter, per se, but there may be fewer listings once the holida ... more
Yes, there is one property in Morristown in the price up to $200K.
In Parsippany there are many condos in this pirce range.
Let me know, please, if I can be any help to you.