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Thu Jul 21, 2016
Wjdconstruction asked:
Tue Jan 12, 2016
John Sacktig answered:
Hi Brett - Sounds like a good down payment and I understand the reasoning behind it. You should actually look at 20% down maybe $25% to make this happen. to keep some cash available.
Check with one of my favorite mortgage people:

Craig Labruno
Mortgage Capital Partners
732-972-8800
Clabruno@mortcap.com

Craig should be able to answer all of your questions

Give a call if you need a Realtor to represent your purchase! I can show you all of what is available in the area!

John Sacktig
Broker/Manager
Century 21 Burke Realty
Direct: 732-213-1409
JSacktig@c21burke.com
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Thu Mar 26, 2015
Sandra Patti answered:
There is also the Northeast corridor line in New Brunswick & at Jersey Ave. that go direct to New York without changing trains in Newark. I believe you have to change trains in Newark on the Raritan Valley line to go to New York Penn Station ... more
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Mon Aug 26, 2013
Marc Paolella answered:
Here's 3 cents. When negotiating a FSBO, keep in mind the comps you utilize to figure your offer price reflect a prevailing 4-7% commission. So don't forget to remove that from the FSBOs asking price before even beginning the negotiation. You will often see that FSBOs price to the recent comps that paid a commission. Apples to oranges. A FSBO that is priced competitively with other similar homes listed by agents is, by definition, overpriced by the prevailing commission in the area. And buying a FSBO at the prevailing closed price of similar homes sold by agents means you just overpaid. Keep that in mind. ... more
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Tue Feb 5, 2013
Mary Petti answered:
As either the buyer or seller, if you are unsure or wary about the wiring being up to electrical code, why not just CALL the building department directly and ask the questions.

Due diligence on both buyer and seller side can help to avoid problems down the road. ... more
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Thu Oct 7, 2010
Jeanne Feenick answered:
Hi Thrillhouse, I see your question has bubbled to the top, if you are still checking in, I'm curious how the process worked out for you...if I've reached you, let us know!


Best,
Jeanne Feenick
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