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08016 : Real Estate Advice

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Sun Sep 11, 2016
Kathy asked:
Mon Jan 26, 2015
Tim Moore answered:
Find the link in the listing named MORE - under it is a drop down menu with FLAG -- click it.
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Sun Nov 9, 2014
John Westrich answered:
The home inspector may not be a licensed termite inspector however he/she will provide a licensed termite inspector. I usually see them work in teams.
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Thu Oct 9, 2014
rhutchison9 answered:
Don't let your g/f ever move in. Todays g/f is yesterdays g/f.
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Tue Sep 16, 2014
Mark Lawless answered:
Most mortgage companies have a minimum loan amount. My minimum is $40,000 but I can make exceptions.
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Thu Apr 24, 2014
Dorene Slavitz answered:
Has the Electric and Plumbing been upgraded to today's codes? Is the house part of any National Registry for Historic Homes? Please tell me about any issues you have had with the house since you have owned it. ... more
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Tue Apr 22, 2014
Janice Brown answered:
Please contact , Christian Emmel, at Trident Mortgage, 856- 222-6300 (voice Mail). He is excellent in making the correct pre-qualification determinations, and will walk you through the process. He is extremely knowledgeable, reputable and well known in the real estate industry.

Then when you are ready for that special agent who knows how to get the job done, and who really cares about you and your desired real estate goals please call me.

Best Wishes,

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Sun Nov 17, 2013
Joan Congilose answered:
Hi Anthony, If the property is actively listed in MLS the amendments should be readily available on line and your Realtor can obtain them for you and explain what they mean. As mentioned earlier, most corporate owned properties are sold strictly as is and you have to be financially able to close whether you are paying cash or obtaining a mortgage without need for repairs before closing. Some lenders will not allow you to close on a house that is in disrepair , depending on the type of loan so check with your realtor ahead of time to see if this is a feasible situation for you. ... more
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Wed Oct 3, 2012
Sharon Fisher answered:
I asgree with Tony up to a point. But Westampton provides the biggest bang for your buck. A rural type community with leaf pick up and broken branches, plus recycles, paper, glass, aluminum, and a 28 member or more police force. It offers high end homes and lower priced townhouse and condos, and two golf courses. they have their own schools up to 8th grade, with a full day kindergarden and lots of after school programs and programs for adults - volley ball, scoccer. It houses the county library, vo-tech school and special services. It has entrance and exit access to both 295 and the NJ turpike, so you can be in the Poconos in 2 hours and the shore in 1 hour, Philadelpha in 30 miniutes and NYC in 90. ... more
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Tue May 27, 2008
Jeremy S. Hill answered:
Margaret I can easily send you the lastest comps straight from our MLS. All you need to specify is the type of home and number of bedrooms and baths. Various online tools is not going to give you the most up to date market data. You can email me at ... more
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