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Wed Dec 2, 2015
Alysse Musgrave answered:
FHA requires two types of mortgage insurance. Upfront mortgage insurance is 1.75% of the loan amount, paid upfront in cash or rolled into the mortgage. The second is an annual premium which is paid monthly. Mortgage insurance is required whenever a borrower is putting less than 20% down on their home purchase.

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Wed Apr 8, 2015
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Wed Feb 12, 2014
Frank Tenner answered:
I agree, you should contact an insurance professional. My office handles flood insurance issues for many Ocean County home owners. It is a good place to start.
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Sat Jun 1, 2013
Diane Glander answered:
In NJ, once the contract is signed by both parties, the clock starts.
Generally, the contract will go to the attorney for both buyer and seller. One of the attorney generates a letter and the other responds. Once both attorneys agree on the terms of the contracts and the addendums with any changes made by the attorneys, you are considered out of attorney review. It can take hours, days, or even weeks.
However, if either party does not have attorney representation, the contract is considered out of attorney review within the 3 days indicated on the contract.
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Sat May 25, 2013
Lidia Villiez answered:
Greenbriar is a great community. Not in a flood zone. Beautiful golf course and planned activities.
If you need an agent I am available.
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Sun May 19, 2013
Dorothy Altin answered:
FYI. The Nuclear Plant is closing down shortly...So it will no longer be a concern, Except, of course, if you live in Lacey Township...their taxes will probably rise, but it should not affect Waretown. ... more
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Wed Nov 18, 2009
. answered:
there were 5 closings in Sandspoint in the last year.
2 on Sandspoint Rd
1 on capstan
1 on Cable and 1 on Privateer.
There were 22 closings on the water in all of Waretown in the last year.
This is according to the Jersey Shore MLS.
Waretown is also known as Ocean county Ocean Township which has a great web site.
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Wed Nov 26, 2008
Beachy4 answered:
Try giving Century 21 in Lacey (on Route 9, near Wendy's) a call, I find thier staff to be very knowledgeable , helpful and friendly:) goodluck!
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Thu Dec 6, 2007
Gregory Bain answered:
John, it is a buyers market for waterfront and upland homes. Great selection to choose from - but, don't miss out on the one you really like. Buyers Market does not mean you are the only buyer out there. Good Luck. ... more
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