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Jessica Worm…, Real Estate Pro in Whitehouse Station, NJ
Jessica Wormeck answered:
Hi all, Looking into buying a condo in Lebanon NJ. Confused apartment/condo complex?Need expert advice please(pros/cons) thanks.
Hi - Only 2 condos have sold in The Heights of Lebanon in the past few years (I was one of the agents who sold one of them). To answer your question, YES, it does matter that a large p ... more
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Elizabeth , Real Estate Pro in Clinton, NJ
Elizabeth answered:
I'm making an offer for a house for the very first time. House Buying newbie. I've been informed that I'll
The state of NJ does not require an attorney, but it is STRONGLY suggested. Rates vary from attorney to attorney. I suggest asking your realtor for a recommendation.
0 votes Share Flag Sun Jan 26, 2014 Home Buying in Lebanon
Marsha Bowen…, Real Estate Pro in Maplewood, NJ
Marsha Bowen-Washington answered:
House with lower property tax and closer to NYC.
Hi Jeevan,

Depending on your commute, there are many towns located within 30 miles of NYC. It will be helpful to know your price range and your home criteria.
0 votes Share Flag Wed Sep 4, 2013 Home Buying in 08833
Eugenia K. B…, Real Estate Pro in Mount Laurel, NJ
Eugenia K. Bonilla answered:
buried Propane Tank
As a Buyer you will one day be a Seller. Make it simple and request the Seller remove the tank, then you won't have this problem.
0 votes Share Flag Wed Nov 17, 2010 Home Buying in 08833
Deborah Madey, Real Estate Pro in Red Bank, NJ
Deborah Madey answered:
Really Difficult Seller
II frequently keep in touch with buyers for years after their purchase. In almost every instance where the initial contract did not work out, my buyers tell me they believe it was for ... more
0 votes Share Flag Fri Jan 4, 2008 Home Buying in Lebanon
Rafi Footerm…, Real Estate Pro in Edison, NJ
Rafi Footerman answered:
I in the home inspection part of buying a house in Lebanon NJ.
Permits have been required in NJ for over 30 years. The work you described would have required permits. As there is only one legal owner of a home, the current owner is responsible fo ... more
0 votes Share Flag Mon Dec 17, 2007 Home Buying in Lebanon
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