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Home Selling in Marlton : Real Estate Advice

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Thu Jul 16, 2015
Ruth and Perry Mistry answered:
Fri Sep 12, 2014
Patrick Coty answered:
The state of NJ has no such legal requirement that I am aware of. However, in paragraph 23 of the standard contract, broken seals are considered to be defects. A buyer may ask for windows with broken seals to be replaced but the seller is under no compulsion by the state of NJ to do so.

If there was condensation in the windows when they were installed, I would suggest exploring if there was a manufacturers warranty.

You might be surprised how relatively inexpensive it is t have glass replaced in windows with a broken seal.
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Thu Feb 9, 2012
Mark McKenna answered:

You have 2 choices to solve your problem. First off you could hire a local real estat attorney which should cost between $800 to $1000 or you could have an agent do the paper work for you. What I usually do in that is if that seller is buying a house from our firm we will do the contracts and process the deal as a courtesy for them to make there purchase experience is easier. If they are not buying a home we usually charge 750.00 to do the paperwork and attend closing. My office is right in Marlton and you could call me if you have any questions. I am currently away and you could contact my assistant Lucie at 856-983-0704 xt 117. Your total cost with no one involved shoud be about 1% of your sale price with the majority of the cost being transfer tax.


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Mon Jun 28, 2010
Bonnie Mushnick answered:
As a Realtor, home staging & redesign specialist, based on your description of your home as "upscale" - at minimum most people would expect the kitchen to be updated to include stainless steel appliances. I would rather see you invest your money here, since carpet selection is a very personal choice and most new home buyers will select and purchase their carpet of preference. You might also consider having a staging professional do a consultation to give you direction as to what minor improvements you can do to garner the greatest interest in the property. For instance, a small investment in paint in an updated color can do wonders to attract your eye to the wall surfaces, while detracting from the carpets that are older. If you would like to learn more about the benefits of home staging, take a minute to visit my site. I wish you the best of luck with the sale of your home. ... more
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