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Tue Mar 14, 2017
Alan May answered:
You could save the brokerage fee, but be aware that builders and developers are only interested in buying properties that they can get at the lowest prices.

Realtors are interested in selling your home at the highest price. Yes, you'd have to pay a Realtor's commission... but in all probability, a Realtor could get you a better price, even after commission, than you're likely to get from a builder. ... more
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Tue Aug 2, 2016
Jeff Sands answered:
We have a 1 bedroom right across from the beach. It has a sofa bed and queen size bed and 2 TV. Go to craigslist and see pictures or I can send if you text me your number to 856-745-7355. 400 square feet $750.00 per month plus security and electric and cable. ... more
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Tue Aug 4, 2015
Jackson Willis answered:
The cost is going to vary a lot based on a lot of different factors. Most notably would be material used and the cost of the contractor. I would definitely suggest talking to a few contractors to see what kind of help they're able to give you. That way they'll be able to tell you what the cost would be and you can go off of that. Try not to make your whole decision based on price though. It's better to just pick the best option you have and think of price later.
http://www.lugbillconstruction.com
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Thu Sep 19, 2013
Veronica Brancato answered:
I have a new listing that just came in and I believe it would be perfect for you. Have you secured a property as yet? If not please email me with all your particulars, at veronicabrancato@remax.net or call me at 609-287-5484.

Veronica
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Tue Apr 30, 2013
Anthony Marotta answered:
the traditional cost is $1000 per linear foot.... if it is a larger project, i.e. 75+ linear feet you might be able to get $800-$900!!
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Tue Apr 23, 2013
Mark Arbeit answered:
Over the last couple of months, there have been more and more financial analysts coming to the same conclusion: It’s time to buy real estate. So are there great deals in Margate?....Yes...But

The latest home sales numbers are out. And for buyers across the state, it's an increasingly ugly picture.

Basically, buyers are facing the worst possible combo, dwindling choices and rising prices.

Sales of single-family homes across NJ dropped March compared to the same time last year.

However, it's not a lack of interest that is driving down sales, but rather the dwindling number of choices.

So when people ask me "Are we at the bottom"... I say yes....and you better hurry!
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Wed Dec 12, 2012
Steven Tamburello answered:
George,
I can speak for how the protocol is done by me, in the Cherry Hill area. Once a meeting of the minds is made, leases will then be prepared. This way everyone is in agreement before anything is signed. At that time the security deposit and first month's rent will be delivered to the landlord in certified funds. The lease would then be contingent upon a final walk through of the property just before you move in.
I hope this helps.
Steve
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Wed Nov 10, 2010
Virginia "GINNY" Sutor answered:
I recently sold 5 South Mansfield Avenue in Margate for $1,950,000. I would be happy to do a confidential estimated Seller's closing sheet for you. I have been selling real estate in Margate for 24 years so I do know the market.

Please give me, Virginia (GINNY) Sutor, a call at 609-487-7290 or my cell which is 609-226-0593.

Thank you and I look forward to hearing from you.
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