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Home Buying in 07751 : Real Estate Advice

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Thu Sep 1, 2016
Lisaluca asked:
I would like to remove as soon as possible. I've already removed from Zillow. Will it automatically be removed from Trulia?
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Thu May 21, 2015
Alicia O'Toole answered:
Hi there,

I would be happy to connect you to an agent in your area. Send me an email with your contact information and we can discuss.
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Wed May 20, 2015
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Wed Apr 22, 2015
Gary Birtles answered:
I don't think there is much difference as far as quality. The main difference will be in aesthetic preference and budget. Brick homes tent to cost a little bit more, but are usually more desired. It all depends on what you want your home to look like and your budget. http://www.weatherteknj.com/Handyman-Services-Dunellen-NJ.html ... more
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Fri Sep 7, 2012
Diane Vanvliet answered:
Hopefully you have obtained a good appraiser through your lender......Remember it is just the very recently sold homes that will be taken into consideration........Appraisers have a strict system that they should be Following. You should ask an RE agent for some help, as a friend......

But please remember,.As agents we can only nicely provide comps it the appraiser requests them...they may especially if they not from your area...Hopefully, a good appraiser will benefit from the help you agent will give them...Please be aware they also have access to all the comps...good luck with refinancing..



Diane. 732 859 2376
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Mon May 21, 2012
Joan Congilose answered:
Rentals in the Marlboro are are always in demand if they are clean, in good condition and are priced right
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Mon Apr 23, 2012
Francesca Patrizio answered:
SR,

Here are some suggestions.

(1) Discuss the matter with your buyers agent
(2) Discuss the matter with your attorney and make sure you order your own survey (which I am assuming you may have already done.
(3) Interview the neighbors, they can hold a plethora of information; and in my view most importantly
(4) Go to the township (or ask your buyer's agent to do so) to determine their position and/or there are any past permit or report issues regarding issues with this basin.

Good luck!

Sincerely,
Francesca Patrizio, Broker Sales Associate, ePro
Francesca@PatrizioRE.com
732.606.2931
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Mon Aug 2, 2010
Joan Congilose answered:
Hi Js,
I work in this area, Morganville is just a section of Marlboro and there are many nice homes to choose from.
If you want a younger home and just the Morganville section there are plenty to choose from. You really need to give us more specific parameters regarding what you are looking for Ie: style, size, price range, etc. Homes in this area range from the upper $400's to the millions. Feel free to contact me for assistance

Joan Congilose CRS,GRI, e-Pro
RE/MAX Central Manalapan
(732) 972-1000 ext:364
(732) 232-5277
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Sun Aug 1, 2010
Marlene La Mura answered:
HI DAN, I WAS BORN & RAISED IN MORGANVILLE. BACK IN THOSE DAYS, IT WAS MORE LIKE A STEVEN KING NOVEL TOWN, SANS THE MONSTERS. MARLBORO PROPER WAS A SMALL FARMING VILLAGE COMPLETE WITH A GRANGE MEETING HALL, SURROUNDED BY FARMLAND. THE FARMLAND IN MARLBORO IS NOW, FOR THE MOST PART, HOUSING DEVELOPEMENTS. MORGANVILLE SEEMS TO STILL BE IN TRANSITION WHILE RETAINING SOME OF THAT STEVEN KING TOWN AMBIENCE. THE ONLY ONE WHO CAN DETERMINE DESIRABILITY IS YOU. ... more
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Fri May 29, 2009
Francesca Patrizio answered:
Coco,

Great house, great school system often = great dollars. Tinton Fallas most certainly offers desirable housing, but my current recommednation to you to to keep an eye on the new rail system in northern Monmouth County through Middlsex County (just publisized 5/28/09) that may provide you with additional options in terms of commutable towns.

Sincrely,
Francesca, Realtor, ePro
732.606.2931
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Sun Feb 15, 2009
Gregory Bain answered:
It might help if I knew what it was that attracted you to Jackson in the first place. How did you suddenly become "interested" in buying in Jackson?

I like the way the information is presented at this site:

http://www.city-data.com/zips/08527.html

Hope you find it helpful.
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Fri Nov 14, 2008
Tim Kinzler answered:
Hey Lori:

I am a Past President of the Realtor Associaton of the Palm Beaches, current President of the Women's Council of Realtors and work close with my friend Joan! I hear you are seeking to move to paradise! Currently working with a man from NJ today and yesterday doing the same! Feel free to email me more details at tim@timkinzler.com or call 561-573-0557! www.PalmBeachCountyRelo.com ... more
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Thu Nov 13, 2008
Lori answered:
I live in Woodcliff! There are 2 sections, the Manor homes and the Estate homes (larger homes and home sites). The manors are currently selling right around $550K. The estate homes are right around 800K. The manors have small yards on most of them, so if you don't care about that, you will be fine. As far as the finished basements, some of the homes in the manors don't even have basements and there aren't that many 3 bedrooms either. They are mostly 4 beds with no basements. The Estates are 4 and 5 bedrooms and most have finished basements. I do not have a finished basement, but I have a pool. My sister-in-law sold 2 years ago and she had one of the larger homes in the manors with a finished basement and got 645K for about 2700 sq. feet. The smallest home in the Estates is right around 3100 sq. feet and the largest is right under 4000 sq. feet. The taxes in the manors can be anywhere from 7-10K per year and ours in the Estates are 13-16K ... more
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Sun Aug 10, 2008
Donna Sauers,ABR,SRES answered:
BT,

The Monmouth/Ocean MLS only has the three options for a listing status, active, under contract or closed. In this market, many sellers are willing to take a home sale contingency with the understanding and attorney approval that the home will continue to be marketed. What should be happening is that when an agent calls the listing office to verify availability they should be told that the home has a contract with a kick out or in the agent notes (not visible to the public); it may mention that the home has a contract.

If you want additional information on a particular home, send me an email and I’ll be happy to check it out for you.
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