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Home Buying in 08085 : Real Estate Advice

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Kjciarmella, Home Buyer in Logan Township, NJ
Sun Dec 28, 2014
Kjciarmella asked:
Highly considereig a move to this area. Everything checks out for us besides the school. We are just not familiar with it and am unsure of where to get honest feedback. According to the…
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Nancy Timchal, Real Estate Pro in Woolwich, NJ
Fri Mar 1, 2013
Nancy Timchal answered:
Hi,

Yes, they have communities within a reasonable drive from my office.I am also, conveniently located in Woolwich. Feel free to contact me for more info!

Nancy Timchal
Century 21 Hughes-Riggs Realty, Inc ... more
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Michele Iann…, Real Estate Pro in Swedesboro, NJ
Sun Aug 22, 2010
Michele Iannella answered:
Call Joan Adams from Adams and Adams 856-467-5392 She is local in Swedesboro.
Good luck
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.,  in Tranquil Place, Care...
Tue Jun 15, 2010
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I have shown & sold Beazer homes and in my opinion they are a high quality builder. I have shown many homes that are a few years old where the stair railing is loose or wobblely and there are too many nail pops in the sheetrock. You usually don't find that in a Beazer home. I know it is a small thing, but if they get the smal things right, you can bet the get the big things right too. It may not seem like you need a real estate agent to purchase a new home, but it never hurts to have someone on your side. After all, the sales reps in the model home work for the builder and not you, check the paperwork they have you sign. You need to have YOUR representative with you the FIRST time you go to a development. It's funning, but the only 2 answers provided so far come from the same company. Either of us will be happy to help you. ... more
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Diane Glander, Real Estate Pro in Spring Lake, NJ
Tue May 12, 2009
Diane Glander answered:
There are 2 different ways to "rent to own"
One is a lease/option,
The second is a lease/purchase
The biggest difference between the two is that with a lease option, you have the OPTION to purchase at the end of your lease term.
With a lease purchase, you must purchase the home.
The leases are written up differently.
One of the downfalls can be for a tenant, that in a down market (check to see what your specific local market is doing and where the predictions are as to where it is going) by the time you purchase, the house may not be worth the price you set when you signed the lease. Therefore, the bank will not loan you the $$$.
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