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Mon Jun 30, 2014
Annette Lawrence answered:
Is there a copyright?

Does the management company or association impose replication restrictions?

Are you certain your set is complete and current?

I NEVER provide the documents until the buyer has exhibited interest in the form of a purchase offer.
You will soon realize the benefit of being selective.

If your intent is to sell your condo, do those things in alignment with that goal. Being the provider of information of interest to others does not advance that goal.

It really depends on how you want to spend your time and resources. A BUYER is entitled to this data, a tire kicker is not.
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Wed Oct 2, 2013
Leroy Gallman answered:
I may be able to asist you with your search, can you tell me what work you are looking to have done?
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Wed Oct 2, 2013
Mary Petti answered:
Yes Marc and it wasn't even posted in the wee hours of the morning to excuse the typos....
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Sat Sep 14, 2013
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Fri Jul 26, 2013
Melissa Goss answered:
Could be months... and months on top of that. You may get a quick answer from the seller... but the bank is a whole new ball game.
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Sun Jun 16, 2013
G Alexander answered:
you can resell at any time, the new buyers lender may have a seasoning issue that you need to be aware of
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Fri Jun 14, 2013
Eduardo Viegas answered:
In NJ the Law states that a real estate commission transaction is only earned at closing of title.
All deposits moneys are in escrow account until the closing of title.
So no Real Estate Agent will get is commission if is no closing.
Any more questions please feel free to contact me.
Thanks and good lucky on your purchase.
E. Filipe Viegas
Realtor GRI VI
Founder for Sky Realty
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Sat Apr 20, 2013
Dannguerr answered:
I'm planning to buy a Condo just waiting for the offer to be accepted by the bank because is a SHORT SALE.. my realtor recommended me a Real Estate Lawyer that said he will charge me 1250 dollars.... is the amount appropiate or he is charging me too much.. Should I get a new Lawyer please advice me or recommend me one located by the Ironbound Newark NJ.. ... more
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Fri Jan 11, 2013
Robin Stark answered:
well, the right time is up to you.
when and where you want to buy.
although this is the selling season, so there is lots of opportunity in the market, and interset rates are lower this time, encouraging buyers.

Sources:
http://www.toponesuccess.com/
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Sat Jan 5, 2013
Andrew Tisellano answered:
If you need the money for other things and can finance the appliances in the loan it may make good financial sense for you. you can always make extra principle payment to compensate for the appliances. Like others have said as long as you qualify and the monthly payments are ok go for it. ... more
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Fri Jan 4, 2013
Ken Weber answered:
Yes. Between property disclosures and a general inspection by an experienced licensed home inspector, you will be told if the inspector feels that there might be a problem in the basement ceiling. ... more
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Fri Sep 17, 2010
Rahzhak Mizhauni answered:
REO listing Agent's responsibility to police property. Contact him/her in writing with return receipt.
Document everything. Next time make certain it is a contingency on your offer and take pictures before and after; esp. if you are under contract. Special note: Theft occur all the time; during and after closing.
Legal problem Sir..Good Luck!
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Fri Dec 18, 2009
Manuel Rosa answered:
Vivek,
I would be happy to assist you in selling your home. We have five offices in Northern NJ, including one in Newark, which is where we were founded in 1976. We are the largest broker in Newark by transaction volume, and we have great ties in the Ironbound section where your property is located. If you would like to discuss marketing your property, feel free to call me at 917-518-7861 or email me at mjr@lilacdevelopment.com ... more
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Wed May 7, 2008
Munish Sawhney answered:
Hello Lorraine,
Thats a great question.
In todays changing Real Estate market, the foreclosure homes are soaring in every area.
The best place to look for these are as follows:
1. Local Newspaper - under public notice and Sherrif sale
2. Local REO specialist realto
3. County Sherrif's Office notice board
3. Many local and national website - see the link below for Hudson County

I hope this information was helpful

All the best

Munish
munish@kw.com
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Tue May 6, 2008
Trey Bowden answered:
Various areas around the country have different time lines for these phases. Regardless of the timeline, when any property goes into pre-foreclosure, the possiblity of that borrower keeping the property is severely limited.

Good Luck!
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