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If you click on the property link there is a tab for a map that shows you the location of the house and blue icons that show where the train is.... more
Having been the onsite sales manager at Port Lib I am very familiar with this community. The repairs may add a significant charge to the HOA so you would need to do your due diligence. The townhomes that were built after the first phase tend to have the least amount of issues. I hope this is helpful to you.... more
This condo is on the 4th floor. There is also one for sale on the 3rd floor at the same price. This is an elevator building.
please contact me if you'd like to see these units.
Century 21 Viewpoint Realty
This property is located in Society Hill. Society Hill has a very pet friendly policy and, therefore, will allow your pooch.
With that said, I would love to help you investigate this property further, to determine if it is the right property for you. Please give me a call at 973.868.4034 or e-mail me at EmilVeltre@aol.com so we can schedule some time to lay out a plan for best next steps.
I look forward to hearing from you.
Have a GREAT day!
Emil Veltre, RPh, MS, CDPE
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I've been helping First Time Buyers for 23 years as a mortgage professional and I will tell you what I have always told my clients here in New York: If you are a First Time Buyer, steer clear of foreclosures and short sales.
Foreclosures are someone else's headache. The home probably has not been well-maintained and you're a First Time Buyer adjusting to paying a mortgage. Do you really want to walk in the door to someone else's deferred maintenance that YOU will have to pay for? Also, if you're thinking there are deals to be had in terms of lower prices, mostly those "deals" go to professional investors who can pay cash, negotiate hard with a Lender, and close fast.
There are plenty of motivated Sellers with their homes listed on your local MLS. Go find a good Local Mortgage Banker, get prequalified, then find a great, experienced Realtor, and buy the home you want at the price you're willing to pay.
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Brokerages will vary on the "split" they pay agents. Your best bet is to speak to a number of brokerages and ask them to explain what your split will be when you begin and what it will take to improve upon that split. Also ask about any other expenses you may incur.
As a new agent, training will be very important so be sure to ask about training resources and mentoring as you learn the business.
I would be happy to speak to you about my own experience - I have been with two brokerages - the first a very traditional brokerage and now Keller Williams.
Good luck and best,
Jeanne Feenick... more
Hello. I get asked this question a lot regarding particular neighborhoods. You should check out the crime statistics with the local police department. Additionally, consider driving around the neighborhood during different hours of the day and night and talking to residents. Who better to ask then those who live there? Realtors cannot comment on the desirability of an area. I always advise my clients who are looking to relocate to a new neighborhood, to complete their own due diligence.
I hope this answered your question! If you have any further questions, please feel free to contact me by the ways below.
Wishing you all the best,
De Vonte Williamson , LSA
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It appears that this apartment is no longer available for sale, but is for rent only. If you are interested in purchasing, I can see if that would still be a possibility. Parking is available for $150 per month.... more
It's impossible to tell what the outlook for the downtown Jersey City real estate market will be for spring 2011. Downtown Jersey City still has a large amount of supply in it with both re-sale and new construction. Several of the Crescent Court condos in the Village section are still available for sale. To give you an idea of the downtown Jersey City condo market, here are the sales stats from March 2010. I will have April's stats out next week once the month ends.
Without seeing your condo and comparing it to other units that are available, under contract, and recently sold it is hard to say what the unit is worth today. I'll be happy to speak with you further if you wish. You can reach me at 201-694-8946.
Please let me know if you have any additional questions, I'll be happy to assist.
Walter J. Burns
1 Newark St.
I am making offers right now. I think in the downtown area of Jersey City and in Hoboken we are past the bottom of the market. Already we see multiple offers and shorter time on market. Interest rates are still very low and prices are still very reasonable. I do believe that we are moving in the direction of a seller's market in prime locations. Hope that helps you in your decision making process! Good luck!... more
Yes Yes Yes....to Powerhouse Arts District. It is better than Exchange Place. The PAD has just started undergoing development and this is the time to buy. I found a great unit in Waldo Lofts that I am thinking about making an offer on and I have searched all of downtown Jersey City. This seems to be the best value for what I am actually getting in square footage and future appreciation value. It's right next to the Grove St Path and all the restaurants and the Hudson River (I like to walk along the water). I really feel this is the time to get in before the actual new construction buildings go up and hot retail space moves in.... more
I own a two-family in the Heights near Ravine and Palisade. It's a nice area and seems to be gentrifying well. My advice is the Heights vs Union City. 6% - 8% COC return is common, with GRMs around 8 to be had. I've been investing for years and it is likely my next investment is up in the Heights area again. Will be happy to answer any further questions you may have and flesh out what I've said.
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