Hello, that is a difficult question to answer. As real estate agents, we are restricted about giving advice or recommendations concerning schools or school districts. I would recommend that you do online searches about the schools and see what people are saying and what the districts say about themselves. That being said, sometimes what people say on the internet under the cloak of anonymity isn't always the truth. So I would also recommend talking to people you know with children in the schools to hear face to face what they have to say.
Good morning.....Agents cannot give you an answer to this question.
I suggest you ride around the area, check out the schools and get in touch with a real estate agent so you can get properties e-mailed to you, you will get a better feel for what areas you could be interested in.
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Joe, feel free to email me directly. I own in Trenton and have for 9 years. I have had contact with a variety of investors there (some of whom were rehabbing warehouses into lofts). Too much to post here (good, bad and ugly)... more
As I am sure you know, the surname Syckelmoore was instrumental in the Reformation of the Presbyterian Church. However, only a handful of English/Welsh ended up in New Jersey. Philadelphia and other parts were more to the liking of the Syckelmoore family name. It could be that the owner of a farm had that name and the road leading to the farm was so named. Other possibilities exist. A builder could have married a Syckelmoore and dedicated a street named after her family and so on. But, I think you have identified the wrong Trenton. You may want to check in Michigan. NJ does not have a street named after your family. Try the historical society in Trenton, Michigan. Good Luck!... more
I would pick the areas you want to cover and drive around to see who is represented in them. Then go into those offices and speak directly with the managers to see what type of training they offer. You also might want to ask how much floor time will be required/you will get, how much advertising the company pays for, what their commission splits are, too. Good luck!... more