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Home Selling in 08226 : Real Estate Advice

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Tue Jun 20, 2017
Mary answered:

Thank you for reaching out. I am happy to help you get your listing removed from Trulia. Your listing was posted on Trulia through Zillow, which is a partner site that syndicates listings to Trulia. Here is a link to your Zillow listing:

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Your listing will remove from Trulia within 24 hours once you expire it from Zillow.

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Thu Aug 18, 2016
John Lazzara asked:
I go to the listings themselves, I see I'm the listing agent. I need to edit the information right away, as my seller is very angry and frustrated with both Zillow and Trulia. I've…
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Mon Mar 28, 2016
Paulbraun55 asked:
website? My home listing (1513 Asbury Ave Ocean City NJ) MLS listing #455912, currently listed with Long & Foster. Why are my pictures not on your website? Can you please update with…
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Mon Nov 18, 2013
Susan Gardner answered:
The legalities of contracts can be understandably, quite confusing. I will be happy to assist you with any questions pertaining to real estate. Educating my clients is my #1 priority!

Susan Gardner
Weichert Realtors
660 Asbury Ave.
Ocean City, NJ 08226
Cell: (609) 425-5337

"Your Full Time Real Estate Professional"
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Fri Aug 3, 2012
Joanne Bernardini answered:
The realty Transfer Tax is calculated on the deed consideration as follows:
FIrst Layer:
$4.00 per thousand up to $150,000
$6.70 per thousand over $150,000 but less than $200,000
$7.80 per thousand over $200,000

Senior Citizens (age 62 or older) who are selling their primary residence are entitled to a partial exemption. It is calculated on the deed consideration as follows:
$1.00 per thousand up to $150,000
$2.50 per thousand over $150,000

Non-resident sellers (those not using "New Jersey" as their primary residence state) are required to pay an "estimated gross income tax" to the state at the time of sale. It is calculated as follows:
2% of the sales price.
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Mon Jun 13, 2011
Gerard Carney answered:
If it is a short sale then why are you paying anything at this sale, first is this sale is no where near final, you have the bank wanting $95,000 and the Buyer has offered $87,500, there is no short sale here as far as I can see! The fact that you have paid PMI also seems to me the bank has all it needs by just making claim on the PMI. You need to talk to a Real Estate Attorney, they will explain the Short Sale Process as well as give you some advice and information as to what this whole mess is that you are in now. I caution you not to pay anyone anything until you have gotten legal advice! The fact that you have a short sale going means you did not have the financial means to make monthly payments, how in God's name does a bank now expect you to cough up $13, 500? ... more
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Sat May 21, 2011
Gerard Carney answered:
Coming from a Broker! You know better! If you have assets you do not qualify for a short sale, ask your local attorney for full details!
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