Yes, this is not a realtor only site...buyers, seller and their agents may post questions on trulia.
If you are interested in renting a home, you may find a small single story in Greenbriar 1 to rent.
Tom Hinz www.shortsaletosell.com... more
What to live in brick. Just check out the taxes and on a score from 1 to 10 both high schools are rated a 4. So now you know the taxes are high and the schools are really bad. Also check out the drugs in Brick. Good Luck... more
If you use Academy Bus you would go to Brick Park and Ride ( Lanes Mill Rd)
Run starts 4:10am-6:50am and takes approx 120 mintues Academy only goes to Wall Street area.
Return trip starts at 1:30pm- 7:30pm approx 40 minute intervals. Cost is $18 one way.
Gloria Nilson & Co. Real Estate
Hello Imkat61, there are 2 online sites that you can setup searches and get alerts.
You may just find the job for you here.
Please feel free to call me to discuss further. Good luck.
Pam Miller 732-320-6238... more
It depends what you want to do with the property. Will you use it as a second home? or are you planning to rent it out?
The better buy will depend on where a property is listed vs the value and how much you can get for. The small cottage might have a more motivated seller than the beachfront condo.
The better investment (if you are planning on renting it out) might be the oceanfront condo. If you are planning on renting a condo, you need to know what the minimum allowable rental term is. Some associations will not allow you to rent for less than a year. However, most beach properties will bring as much in a summer rental as they will for the year, and you get the money upfront.
The way to figure it out is to look at what the mortgage, taxes, and HOA dues (for a condo) will cost you and then what rental income you can expect.
In my opinion, a rental beach block will bring in more income than a small bay cottage/house. If you can find one in Avon, that town gets higher rent than Bradley or Belmar.
I am the rental manager in my office and I am a landlord, too. If you have any other questions, feel free to reach out to me via Trulia or my website.... more
I have a problem with the Sutton Village Community Association not monitoring the pool passes. Sutton Village has a problem with residents giving extra pool passes to their family and friends who don't live in the community and the Association not caring that these outside people use our facilities as their private club.... more
Unfortunately, in this economy, many people are trying to taking advantage of these rental schemes. If you want to pursue a cause of action against this perpetrator, try contacting the Federal Trade Commission. Their number is 1-877-FTC-HELP or you can also go online to www.ic3.gov.com. This site is affiliated with the FBI and handles cyber security complaints. I personally have contacted the FTC myself recently when someone tried to claim a rental listing on my exclusive for sale listing. That person posted on Craig's list and required an upfront deposit.
Best of Luck and thank for making others aware!... more
Kudos to you for putting your childrens needs at the forefront of your mind in searching for a home. If you google "Brick NJ austism" you will find 3 organizations that serve those with Autism.
Feel free to contact me direct with any further questions as I live in Brick and am familiar with the neighborhoods. There is a huge inventory of homes for sale in Brick, therefore, lots of deals to be had.
Francesca Patrizio, ePro, SRES
Derek - I saw this question was a while back - so I am writing to you as a concerned Weichert realtor - and responding with Maureen Rodriquez from Toms River. I would like to re-emphasize to you that Weichert does have "money" to loan - as we are debt free - and the largest real estate company in the US. Please don't hesitate to contact me - 732.996.1475 or Maureen at 732.240-0500. I am sorry you received an unprofessional opinion - but wanted to let you know WEICHERT is available to assist you.
Johnnie Ettore - Weichert Realtors - Brick Office... more