This house is currently listed for sale. It is generally the responsibility of the seller to remove an underground oil tank if it needs to be removed. It may have been decommissioned properly and therefore will not have to be removed. The first thing to do is go to the Town of Kearny construction department and see if a permit was pulled. If it was ask to see the record and you will have all the information you are looking for. If no record exists, you can have a scan of the property done which will reveal the existence of an Oil Tank if one exists. The inspection company will give you a warranty if their inspection does not reveal a tank. The cost of such an inspection is usually around $250.
Weichert Realtors Sparta NJ
This home does not come with a basement and there aren't any photos of the attic.
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Are you thinking of an alternative to parking on the property you would be renting?
I can't think of any commercial lots in the very immediate vicinity, but often people who have an extra spot will lease their spot on a monthly basis. You can search Craigslist or scout the neighborhood to see if you can spot any handmade signs for parking rentals.
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You best bet would be to go to the Registrar of Deeds at the county court house and have them pull the data you are looking for. If you are good with the internet, you might be able to find out yourself by accessing the counties registrar of deeds website. Most counties have uploaded the document images of deeds and are now accessable to the public through the registrar of deeds website. Please contact me through my profile here on Trulia if I can be of any furthur assistance.
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YES YOU CAN (mmm, didn't the President say that, too?)
What you need is a work history, desire, and deposit (even that may be somewhat negotiable) to buy a home. And credit can take on many forms. Do you pay rent, on time? Cell phone bills being paid, on time? Utility Bills, on time? Furniture, clothes layaways that you paid, on time? Health Insurance, life insurance bills paid, on time? All those factor into your credit worthiness, not just having credit cards. Your best bet would be to contact your local lender or a trusted financial advisor and have them run a credit report on you just to be sure, and to have them evaluate your credit worthiness.... more
Sorry, but the showing instructions on the Hudson MLS listing # 80013954 specifically indicate Sat & Sun between 12noon-1pm only. Feel free to contact me if to set up a showing appointment if you're not represented yet.
Jacobus "Jack" Vollenberg
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Asset Manager - ERA Statewide Realty