Currently based on your request $220k-$260k range in Medford built in/after 2006 for forclosed homes in that price range, there are not any available that meet your criteria. However, there are 4 short sale properties that meet your price range, I would be more than happy to show the properties, and share any information available in Medford, NJ. You don't need a specialized Realtor to handle short sales and foreclosures, but it is highly recommended that you contact a Realtor who specializes in that community and knows the local Real Estate
I hope this helps.
Prudential Fox & Roach, Medford
I think you have confused terms. The "tax base" is usually considered the amount per thousand of assessed value of a property. This figure does you absolutely no good in determining the taxes to be paid on any property for sale. If you work with a Realtor, they can tall you the assessed value and the taxes due for the current year. That's what you need to know. Most Realtors cannot tell the tax base amount for any town; it is not published in our standard data, because we really don't need to know.
If you are thinking of getting a property and changing the amount of taxes paid, my advice is to forget it. Taxes are assessed based on the town budget and individual taxes change only with a discovery that the assessment is unfair compared to your neighborsâ€™ assessments.
Are you looking as a buyer? If so, there has never been a better time to buy because prices are down to an average of 89% to list pice according to TRENDMLS year to date statistics. This includes Medford Chase. Currently there is only one home pending/ under contract in Medford Chase and the asking price was $475,000, only after it settles will we know the actual sales price. If you are looking to sell in Medford Chase you will need to price your home competitively and aggressively. There hasn't been anything Sold/Settled in Medford Chase since July 2008, one for $465,000 with 5 bedrooms and one in June 2008 for $467,500 with 4 bedrooms. However if you are a seller who wants to move up you will gain more than you will lose because your $$$$ will be able to buy so much more house.... more