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Market Conditions in 08540 : Real Estate Advice

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Wed Apr 9, 2014
Andrew Chang answered:
1 AC developed lot costs about $400k in our areas. It also depends on location and environment of the lot. It appears you do not want the headaches of undeveloped lots. There are not many left and prices won't do gown. One of my neighbors has a 2 AC empty developed lot in front of him. For more than 10 years, it is still empty, but just some trees and grass. I figure he likes the way it is.... Good luck.

Andrew Chang
SkyBridge Realty
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Tue May 28, 2013
Nayna Bawa answered:
I just recently sold a townhome in Princeton Walk with a basement. This community has townhomes that are available with or without a basement. In this market, there seems to be many listings in both Princeton Gate (a neighboring community) and Princeton Walk.

The Princeton Walk community have access to the use of a recreation center which has an indoor pool, tennis and basketball courts as well as a fitness center.

Should you have any questions about purchasing in Princeton Walk, please contact me directly on my cell at:



Nayna Bawa
New Jersey Realty, llc
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Tue Jul 19, 2011
Christine Korbmacher answered:
Absolutely I'd be glad to help you out, if you had any property in mind which you'd like more info about I could look up that info for you. I do hope that the person asking this question has their answer by now since this question was asked back in February!!!!

For simple tax info however you can do that research on your own by checking this source:

Christine Korbmacher
2056A Lincoln Hwy. (Rt.27)
Edison, NJ 08817-3330
Office: 732-650-9911 Ext.204
Cellular: 609-356-2962
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Sat Apr 30, 2011
Joyce Begg answered:
Kara sorry to say there is no land available in Princeton boro. Need to purchase a tear down and rebuild.
Need help gie a call I would be happy to help you find one.

Best regards,
Joyce Begg
Weidel Realtors
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Fri Oct 1, 2010
Anna Shulkina answered:
I have been selling homes in Princeton Landing for over a decade, with more than 115 homes sold to date. I also currently reside in this extremely popular development. As you will see, I am not only a realtor, but a very proud owner.

There are plenty of choices, ranging from condo apartments to large single family homes, in the price range from $200K to $700K. Princeton Landing boasts with so many different models and floor plans, sometimes it is difficult for a buyer to distinguish between the differences without Professional expertise. There is so much to learn, since every model has different floor plans, square footage and price.

My years of experience as a neighborhood specialist have helped many buyers find their perfect home. Many of my clients who sell in Princeton Landing do it so they can move to a different model in Princeton Landing, and those that move away often come back.

If you have any questions, please give me a call and I would be more than happy to provide you with floor models and give you an excursion through our Princeton Landing!

The Princeton Landing community is abundant with amenities of a 5-star resort; two swimming pools, four tennis courts, a basketball court, a clubhouse and numerous walking paths. Those looking for an active lifestyle will find what they need here and those searching to escape from the hustle and bustle can enjoy the fact that the people you see by your home on a day to day basis are mostly your neighbors. And just when it seems as if you would never want to leave this enclosed haven if you lived here, you realize that it comes with a priceless perk, its proximity to Princeton.

Every parcel has a different monthly fee. Our maintenance fee covers all exteriors including: decks, roofs, walls, common areas and a huge portion of our maintenance fee goes to our Award Winning landscaping.
If it is big city experience that you seek without wanting to live in one, two of America’s greatest cities are at your service. Both New York and Philadelphia are less than an hour away by car from Princeton Landing, with the trips being as straightforward as can be. Moreover, the Princeton Junction train station, servicing local NJ Transit and Interstate Amtrak trains, is 5 minutes away. Countless professionals commute to New York from the Princeton area every day having made the decision that it simply a nicer place to live. Whether it is for work or for play, you can be in either New York or Philadelphia in less than an hour and then back in Princeton Landing with a snap of a finger, able to enjoy among the serene natural setting that this community has to offer. Further, a Princeton Landing home will bring you the ability to place your kids in the West Windsor – Plainsboro school district, one that has been recognized with numerous awards as a leading public school district in the state and the country. Including a Princeton Mailing Address.
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Wed Jun 11, 2008
Wayne F. Smith answered:
I would suggest that you look more long term than 1-2 years unless of course you're thinking that you will be moving again very soon. Mortgage rates have inched upward and the projections for mortgage rates are that they will continue to inch upward throughout the year. This reduces your buying power. This reduction in buying power may outweigh any possible, potential price correction or minimize it completely. Most analysists feel that we are close to the bottom of this correction phase. If you are looking at your next home solely as a short term financial investment versus a lifestyle investment you may want to follow the trends used by most Wall Street investment firms who buy through the bottom and sell through the highs.
Yes, as agents we only get paid when you close on a property, but I firmly believe that this is a buying opportunity that comes along only a few times in ones lifespan. As the prior poster mentioned, you really need to look at what's happening in the financial community. The criteria for mortgage approvals are becoming more strict. Credit scores play a far more important role than in past years, Mortgage Plans have higher qualifications.
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