Rent to owns are filled with problems and rarely ever work out. To make it work you MUST get a loan in a year or two or you LOSE all deposits and option money you put up. If there is a reason you can't get a loan now, why do you think you can in a year? Most people that can't now can't then either and then you lose money and start all over less the deposit you lost. Owner financing is not going to be as low as a bank is currently offering, so again why would you do it if you can get a loan and if you can't get a loan do you want to be paying someone 7-10% when your bank would offer under 4.5%?
Just rent and buy when you really can buy.
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It's a nice building, indoor pool, convenient location. At this time there are 10 units on the market for sale 1 bedrooms starting at $180,000 to the penthouse listed at $645,000. Call me if you would like to see any.
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I am Peter Liaskos, Broker/Salesperson at Realty International in Fort lee, I can be reached @ 201-315-7995 or peterliaskos.com if you have additional questions.
That property is currently deposited, Maintenance is $923.80/Mo., ASSESSMENT $2464.50/YR SPREAD OVER 10 MONTHS $246.45 FEB-NOV., in addition to the monthly maintenance, $50/Mo. for parking. Requires 30% down, 4:1 income ratio.
There is a unit on the 11th floor, Maintenance is $850.00/Mo., ASSESSMENT $203.05/Mo. for fuel.... more
A one bedroom at 2000 Linwood Ave has a monthly maintenance of $925.00. The maintenance includes heat, hot water, water, taxes and common area maintenance. Electricity cable and parking are additional.
A two bedroom has a monthly maintenance of 1350.00 approximately the unit is on 16th floor.
the unit 2L has a monthly maintenance of $850.00
Are you looking to buy as your primary residence?
Please call me at 201-838-5189 with any questions.
Remax Select Properties
895 Palisade Ave Fort Lee NJ 07024
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Typically residential leases are for either one or two years. You can have longer but it is very uncommon. As for rent increases, in the State of NJ, as long as you are not in a rent controlled building, the landlord may raise the rent as much as he or she desires, as long as it is not "unreasonable." Hope this information helps. If you require any further assistance, please do not hesitate. Good luck!... more
I would love to help E-mail me if you would like your move in date and what your price range is and I will e-mail you some listings that would fit your criteria.
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It depends on which floor and unit line. Roughly for a 2 bedroom in the north tower is approx. $1500/month while the south tower has a completely difference calculation, it's roughly ~$800~/month.
Includes RE Tax. Utilities are separate. The two buildings are different companies. Don't get confused by the name.
This building has a kids play area that people hardly use. Constitution park across the street is used more.
Library is a block away and typically has alot of activities for kids. This bldg is zoned to School #1.... more
There are co ops in Fort Lee that do not allow you to rent out. You need to check with the individual properties or a Realtor to see who allows what. There are currently 38 rental listings on NJMLS for rentals of Co ops in Fort Lee. I would be happy to help if you like.... more
It is certainly not typical to start looking that far in advance but if you are looking to relocate it can be good to research. Buying a home is a big decision and you want to find the right home in the right neighborhood at the right price. Of course prices over 20 months will change but location won't. If you are looking in Bergen County I would be happy to speak with you.... more
You won't get any help from real estate pros for your question because it's illegal for us to help you find a sublet room rental as licensed agent. but you can always try the local new paper or internet.(^;^;... more
All you have to do is say the amount on the pre-qual letter is more than you will pay for this property. Not a big deal. The pre-qual letter is only as good as where it comes from. Many issuers do not run credit report, have no idea of your assests or income. Smart sellers and agents know this. Read the letter and ask yourself, how informative is it? Does it really guarantee anything? Probably not.... more