Best place to start is to hire an Exclusive Buyer Agent. EBAs only work with homebuyers and there is never a conflict of interest that will jeopardize your negotiating position. Visit www.naeba.org for a referral to an Exclusive Buyer's Agent in your area.
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The money is in escrow... If you dont sign and the buyer does not sign then it sits there... The buyer has to sing a release of escrow... and you would have to sign the same form...
You can bargain with the other side if you do not want to go to court... such as ask for 50% or more... you may not want to but may be your best chance to a speedy remedy... to get an attorney would prob require retainer of $3000-$5000 unless you know someone...
Is the default admitted in writing?
simple small claims case.. also damages.
This is a legal question and you wont get much more than general info such as what I have given which is not meant to be considered legal advice. . We in this forum cannot provide legal advice.
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How soon are you looking to start your search if you're moving in Feb of 2014?
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According to NJMLS there are currently 52 properties listed for rent under $1400 per month. many of them have tenancy dates much earlier than your timeline so they probably will be rented by then. Do you need to lock something up now or can you wait a few months? I would be happy to help you find a place if you like.
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That all depends on what you want from a town. Westfield, as you know has it all. New Providence is a charming village and Maplewood is wonderful. If you want more space Bernardsville, Harding Township and Basking Ridge offer wonderful ammenites. Even further out is Hunterdon County...or Somerset County...both beautiful areas.
I would be happy to tell you more! Let me know what you are searching for in a town and I will find!
Do you mean a contemporary, or a recently-built home? Do you want to stay in Union County or are you willing to look elsewhere (if so, where)? Give us some details about what you're looking for (number of bedrooms, baths, style, price range, etc). Thanks!... more
Scotch Plains is a great community with good schools and many community-based activities. My previous buyers rave about the Y's activities as well as those sponsored by the JCC.
Properties on the "north" side of Scotch Plains -- closer to Watchung Reservation--, tend to be less expensive primarily because (a) property lot sizes are often smaller and (b) if they are north of Rt 22, they are further from the train station and the "downtown business" area.
As for Elementary Schools in SP, the two that are ranked the best are Coles and McGinn, both of which are on the south side. That said, however, those on the north side are also considered good schools.
If you are not already working with a Realtor, I am happy to offer my services. There is no charge to buyers, and I will be able to help you find the best home for you at the most reasonable price. I can also offer you alternatives in terms of towns, depending on your price range.
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Teri Malone, Weichert Realtors
I would suggest you try the regular rental sites:
http://www.trulia.com (Rentals Section)
http://www.zillow.com (Rentals Section)
http://www.realtor.com (Rentals Section)
Between all of those, you will get a very clear picture if you can find what you are looking for. Good luck!... more
Thank you for your question.
Do you have a copy of the lease? Do you know what type of tenants? How many people?
Have your plans in order.
Plan A if they leave. Are you planning to occupy? Are you buying for investment and plan to keep them there?
Plan B if they do not vacate. Do they pay on time or not? Are they maintaining the property or not? Are they paying a reasonable amount?
Make sure you contact an attorney to find out the rights and obligations regarding that tenant so you know what are you getting into. If you want them out and they do not vacate, have your action plan ready before you take possession of the property.
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Yes, it is, If you would like me to send you some properties, send me an email what you are looking for.
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Realtor AssociateCritelli Realtors
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Auctions are held at the Ocean County Couthouse Tuesday's at 2pm. Buying at auction is very difficult if you have not done proper research. If you are looking for homes that are bank owned, short sale or just "flip" type properties, I can help you with those types of listings. Please let me know. Thank you... more
There are many nice areas of Jersey City. What is most desirable depends on your personal requirements. I have lived in Jersey City for almost 40 years and would be glad to talk to you about an area that would suit you. if you are looking at listings on line, generally prices can tell you which are the most popular areas, since prices tend to follow demand.
I am not by any means an expert in property taxes in either NY or NJ, so I can't help you with that part of your question.
Please send me and e mail or give me a call and we can discuss further what you are looking for in an home or investment.... more