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Mon Oct 6, 2014
Vishal Maher Cell 732-277-9321 answered:
One can find exact schools based on the address by going to south brunswick board of education website.
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Tue Mar 20, 2012
John Sacktig answered:
Fri Mar 16, 2012
Karen R. Brown answered:
I'm a resident and realtor in the area of South Brunswick. Please contact me. Thanks.

Karen R. Brown
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Fri Mar 16, 2012
Karen R. Brown answered:
There are a few condos available. Please contact me to discuss your options. Thanks.

Karen R. Brown
RE/MAX DIAMOND, Kendall Park
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Fri Jan 13, 2012
zoebeale answered:
No it does not. the property is a home on a street in an actual town a small nice river town in nj
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Wed Jun 30, 2010
Charan Bajwa answered:
Dear Buyer/Seller,

We are a real estate firm located on Rt 1 in South Brunswick. We offer tailored property management for individual property owners as yourself. Please contact us at your earliest convenience for a no-obligation consultation. Look forward to hearing from you soon.


Charan Bajwa
(Broker/Owner) RE/MAX ONE
“Providers Of TRUE Value Real Estate Services”
4260 US 1 North, Suite 3,
Monmouth Junction (South Brunswick Twp), NJ 08852
(Between Ridge Rd and Raymond Rd)
Off: (732) 438-0001 Fax: (732) 438-0007
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Thu May 29, 2008
Buyer/Seller answered:
I often hear irresponsible comments stating if the owner bought the house when market was low, as a seller he should not overprice. Well, it is the market dynamics, if the market is hugh for selling, then so be it - seller has the right to sell the house at the going price. A buyer commanding to not charge going price to the seller just because the seller bought it cheapo is ridiculous. ... more
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Thu May 29, 2008
Kenneth Verbeyst answered:
Market is down and predictions are for continued fall before stability and eventual rise. Average prices can be misleading, With more information about the specific neighborhood and size/style/condition of home I could be better able to give you an idea of price.(be carefull when you ask for statistics-they can be made to say what ever you want them to) That said, it is always a good time to buy and sell if you know what you are doing. In this market though, I would sell first.

Kenneth "Ken" Verbeyst CRS GRI ABR SRES
Prudential NJ Properties
Princeton Office
609 430-1288
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Wed Mar 19, 2008
John Sacktig answered:
Yes, the "Right Price" .

As I stated, the house needs to be priced correctly- But as much as the right price needs to be addressed, the "RIGHT REALTOR" (Company) is CRITICAL!

Office traffic and agents is also key - At Orange Key Realty, we have been in the 120 - 130 listing range.. and this number is constantly fluctuating, why? Houses being sold! Homeowners are looking at the difference in advertising. Listings make the phone ring, Listings make your number of hits ont he internet go up - the equates to more buyers!

99% of Real Esatae companies "Internet Savvy" what does that mean?
It means they are telling you that they don't spend $ on print advertising.. which, by the way.. does work!

We are all pretty much internet companies, yes, here at Orange Key Realty we do a tremendous amount of internet advertising to reach buyers, but we also spend a large amount of $ to be in local and surrounding print media publications. People notice and people call!

Make sure you make the right choice in Real Estate Companies!
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