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Sat Aug 19, 2017
Suebhaven asked:
The picture you are showing for 255 E. Wyoming Avenue in Absecon which is in default is NOT a picture of 255 E. Wyoming Avenue. It is a picture of 246 N. New Road in Absecon which belongs…
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Mon Jul 4, 2016
Unspecified asked:
For 6 months, my NJ home has been up for short sale, but there are no offers. How do I get out of my contract to keep my home & try for a modification? I signed an agreement to vacate…
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Fri Mar 4, 2016
Jenifersoflous answered:
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Sat Aug 15, 2015
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Mon Oct 6, 2014
Terri Camp asked:
My realtor set up a brokers open house. She told me 12 brokers were coming. That day 8 showed up & completed their surveys. 4 brokers were from her office. Is that usual to invite brokers…
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Wed Jul 16, 2014
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Fri May 9, 2014
Erin Diaz asked:
This question was asked from http://www.trulia.com/rental-community/9000008302/The-Landings-Sea-Grass-Cove-800-Falcon-Dr-Absecon-NJ-08201/
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Mon Nov 18, 2013
Jim Olive answered:
Stephen...
Laura is right on just about everything, but I disagree with her comment on market timing. The market is good right now and getting better nationwide. I believe that IS the time to get in if you're going to. Getting in now will afford you the opportunity to BECOME one of those "good agents with systems in place" to succeed when the market goes back down! But you'll need to be smart and enter with eyes wide open. 80 to 90% of new agents fail. Why? Because they don't enter with a "building a business" mentality. Building a business takes time and money. While the overhead required to get a real estate business off the ground may be less oppressive than that required to get a restaurant off the ground...you STILL have to enter the game with a plan for spending money up front and not recognizing much profit (if any) in the early years. And the majority of that investment (IMHO) will go to marketing and advertising. You can be the best Real Estate Agent in town, but it won't mean a thing if people don't know it....TELL THEM! Advertise. Get your name out there.
As for who to go with...remember....they are all in business and you represent the opportunity for more income to them...nothing more! Choose the one that will do the most to benefit you ... good training, good mentorship and a favorable commission split .Best of luck with your decision.
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Mon Jul 22, 2013
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Thu Jul 11, 2013
Paul Striefsky answered:
Carol:

Every municipality has their own regulations as to lot size, frontage, and set-backs; front, sides and rear from the main structure. You may sell some of your land to your neighbor but if that in turn makes your lot smaller than the ordinance says it should be, you would have to seek a variance from Planning Board along with the creation of two (2) new lot sizes. This also involves drafting new surveys with new legal descriptions, and if approved, filing the new deeds and subdivision with the county. If you have a mortgage on your lot, you also must get written approval from your lender.

If all of the above can be accomplished, you then would find out what recent land sales were based on a $/sq.ft. and then use this figure as an asking price for the land you want to sell to your neighbor. Although I have 19 years of Zoning Board experience and 6+ years as Planning Board Chairman, my first suggestion is that you speak with a land-use attorney and a surveyor/planner to have them explain the cost and time involved in completing this type of sale.
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Thu Jun 20, 2013
Scott Reighard answered:
what question do you have, I can help you. contact me thru my profile
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Sun Mar 17, 2013
Larry Sarlo answered:
No question asked.
Assuming you are a buyer...

This is a short sale. Use only experienced short sale representation.
Don't get caught in the middle of bad short sale. Know what you are up against. An experienced short sale buyer agent will know aht to look for. No guarantees but your chances are much better

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Sat Feb 9, 2013
Magillkatelyn asked:
This question was asked from http://www.trulia.com/homes/New_Jersey/Galloway/sold/1966-325-S-Yam-Ave-Galloway-NJ-08205
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Sat Jan 26, 2013
Nicholas Jacoby answered:
Fees for 26 Vail are listed at $127 a month. In addition, that unit is under contract. If you are looking to buy, call me at 609-214-4726.

Nick Jacoby
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Sat Dec 1, 2012
Debra (Debbie) Rose answered:
Walter - the toppic of the Sherman Antitrust laws ...and the fact that many agents online trample all over them is a topic that is often diiscussed here on trulia and on other RE sites.

It is a shame that so many agents are ignorant on this subject.
Thanks for trying to shine a light on this with your post.

@ Joanne- you decided to resurrect a 2.5 year old question with an answer that is terrible!
Yes, - inappropriate and terrible.
Why?
Well...........In one sentence you state "yes, all commissons are negotiable" then you march along and state what you believe to be the "standard or acceptable"commission!!!
Do you not see the conflict there?

I respectfully suggest you reread Walter's response, along with the reply I left for you.
I then suggest you delete your response as it can readily be seen as an attempt to set/fix prices even if that wasn't your intent.

ps Yes, Jim - I am always amazed when agents either don't bother to read what has been posted before they respond, or worse yet, they read it, and don't understand...... or don't care!
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Mon Aug 6, 2012
Trulia answered:
Hi Posineg23,

We've put together an overview of the area, check it out and let me know if you have any additional questions:

http://www.trulia.com/real_estate/Absecon-New_Jersey/community-info/

Best,
Ali, Community Manager
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Sat Apr 21, 2012
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Sat Mar 3, 2012
Formerabs answered:
Great community Absecon.
There is one big problem.
No high school in town unless you send to the Catholic HS at $7K a year.
Public school sending district is one of the poorest performing in the state. ... more
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