Jenny i don't have your number 5242013. No w/d inside the units. There's a communiity laundry room located in adjacent buildings. Get yourself an agent to help you, that's the kind of stuff we know, among other things, that will help you in your purchase, and save you money. Ty it, you'll like it! -JS
Hi there, there is a gauge on a radon remediation system that allows you to moniter the functionality of the system. In many areas of NJ radon is a fact of life. If levels are found to be elevated, then it is expected that the seller will remediate and a retesting is part of that to be sure that the level is acceptable. As far as going to 0 - that is unlikely, but I have seen it come close. Remember this, if you have a radon in the area, you have it in the air outdoors as well. Keep it in perspective.
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By EPA standards radon levels above 4 parts per million is an actionable level some states have different guidelines. Here is an EPA site with some good information on Radon http://www.epa.gov/radon/pubs/hmbyguid.html. In my experience, if a radon is mitigated properly in a home, it is generally not an issue for a majority of buyers. Occasionally in some rare instances a buyer wants nothing to do with a home even if the radon is moitigated properly.... more
When it comes to any safety concerns, for accurate and up to the minute information, do contact/visit the local police department--ask all your questions and hear all there is to hear firsthand.... more
As a former builder for many years, I know there is no way to answer this question without seeing the home. I don't know how old the home is, whether the structure of the attic will support weight on the ceiling joists. Will the collar ties offer enough height to finish a ceiling up there?
Get a qualified contractor to come out and give you a free assessment of whether it can be done and then, a free estimate of cost to finish it off to your specifications.
(I like Angie's List to help me select a contractor since they give customer ratings of their performance) Or get a referral from someone who had work done. I received additions and new home constructions from referrals from satisfied customers.... more
I think a lot of communities with association fees are feeling the same pain, homeowners with financial problems don't view monthly dues as a priority. Your management company is the one that has to find a resolution to this recurring problem, perhaps by seeking legal advice. I know that most HOA's get the fees in arrears when the property is finally sold,beacuse there would be a lien on the property that has to be cleared in order for the closing to take place. Aside from that I don't think there is too much that can happen before then.... more