Hey Ashley I have a 2 bedroom apartment that was just newly renovated, less than 1 mile from the green for $1800. It comes with its own private parking and washer/dryer in the unit!! Please call me to discuss 973-330-6228. Thanks!... more
The rental market in Morristown is robust! There are a variety of options with several luxury builidings coming into the downtown or "Green" area of Morristown. Rents can range from less than a thousand a month or several thousand for places like the Vail Mansion or 40 Park Place! I am happy to have a conversation with you anytime to answer all of your questions.
You can always write and present an offer, even on an 'under contract' property.... but if it's already cleared the inspection and attorney review, it may be a waste of your time and effort.
Your offer, if accepted, would be considered a "back up" offer, in case anything happened to the original offer, to cause it not to close.... more
I think a couple of good areas to search would be Denville or Boonton. Both have nice downtown areas, easy access to public transportation and affordable home prices. Good luck!
-Katrina Vitale.... more
Sorry, but I checked the MLS and a number of towns from Morristown to Parsippany to W. Orange, Livingston, E Hanover, Hanover Township......... and Florham Park, just for starters..........and there are no 2 BR's, with more than 1 bth currently listed.......most will not allow pets, either................I even checked up to 2000 a month. Now, as a realtor, I only deal with the listings on the MLS, which are usually owned and being rented out by the lanlord for whatever reason.
Your best bet is to google rental communities in the towns I mentioned - they have their own supers/rental agents. I have no access to them.
Maybe there ar rental agents out there, and one will come along who can help you.
You can also call the following rentals communities and check them out
Riverbend, Sun Vslley and The Avalon - all are in Florham Park, and at least 2 of them will allow dogs.
Good luck!... more
You might want to check out New Home Source, they're creating database to make such searches easier. However, at least in Florida, most of the time the builders are reaching out to agents BEFORE the real marketing even starts on the development. They're missing at least half the new construction.... more
To what purpose? They have already purchased the home so whatever problems the home has, they have already inherited those problems. As you point out, I can't imagine them buying a house without doing their own home inspection. And, whatever issues were raised in YOUR home inspection report, if they were considered 'material' had to be disclosed to this seller prior to the closing anyway. Homeowners may not be as transparent as we'd all like, but real estate agents put their license and their reputation on the line if they fail to disclose material defects.
My advice would be to just let it go. Whatever the issues, apparently the new owners felt they were not significant enough to prevent them from purchasing the home. Everyone has their own standards when it comes to these things. Just because you walked away doesn't mean everyone will.... more