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Mon Feb 5, 2018
Shobhit Agrawal answered:
Hey Kapils23 i know its a bit late to ask this to u but did u go ahead with wells fargo ..if yes how was it?i am asking this bcos i am in the same boat now as u were in 2013 :)
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Mon Mar 9, 2015
Carol DiGraci answered:
I have shown the property to a client of mine and I really like it a lot. They allow pets and there is plenty of parking. There is currently a waiting list. Let me know if you would like more information. ... more
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Fri Feb 13, 2015
Luke Sangiamo Sarah Sangiamo answered:
As mentioned there is A&P on Raritan but there is also ShopRite - 76 Central Avenue. There are also some fun new stores coming to town, like Whole Foods which will be on Raritan.
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Fri Dec 19, 2014
Sonia asked:
Hi, I want to know about Clark's current and foretasted demographics. We all know there is big construction going on in the town and it is changing fast. Clark per my knowledge does…
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Tue Mar 18, 2014
Diane Glander answered:
NJ landlord/ tenant law only allows for a maximum of 1.5 months rent as a security deposit. The landlord can charge you a pet security if it is included in that maximum 1.5 months rent. But they cannot charge you security deposit in excess of 1.5 months for any reason!
If you would like a copy of the landlord tenant handbook, just message me via Trulia or my website below.
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Mon Jun 24, 2013
Why are you set on going the FHA route for your refinance?

Every lender's requirements will vary, however, you can obtain conventional financing with a 620+ credit score and possibly remove monthly PMI payments even if you don't have 20% equity. Not to mention the savings would most definitely increase by avoiding FHA.

While we'd need discuss the specifics of your current mortgage, I'd recommend a conventional 26 year or 27 year fixed-rate, so you wouldn't be adding on any additional years of payments AND just picking up where you left off, not to mention at a lower interest rate. Fact of the matter is your mortgage is an extremely powerful tool and, when structured correctly, can provide some truly amazing benefits.

If you'd like to discuss your scenario in greater depth, I'd welcome the opportunity to weigh out real options that will create both short term and term term benefits. Please contact me at your earliest convenience via phone or email; whichever is easiest for you.

Kindest regards,

Paul F. Marzolla
Sr. Mortgage Consultant
(201) 957-6768
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Wed Mar 13, 2013
Tressa "TERI" Malone answered:
The cost of homeowners insurance anticipates a number of factors, primary among them are:
-- square footage of the house and these predict replacement cost should the house, contents,sheds, etc be destroyed by a fire or other covered hazard.
-- whether there is a fire hydrant within 1,000 feet of the house and a fire station within 5 miles...predictors of how quickly firemen can put out a fire and save the structure
-- the crime statistics for the community ... Predictors of the likelihood of vandalism and theft

Since nearly every home in Clark is within 1,000 feet of a hydrant and within 5 miles a a fire station (Clark is only 2 square miles in total), and Clark's crime stats reveal a very safe community, the only significant variable is the size of the home u buy and it's amenities.

Keeping in mind that the LAND itself is not covered by Homeowners Ins. The premium for, most moderately sized homes in Clark will be $650 to $750 per year -- assuming the owner does not have a history of frequent homeowner or renter loss claims.

Hope that helps...and if u have other real estate questions and are not already working with a Realtor, feel free to contact me at 732-423-2792, or by email.

Teri Malone, Weichert Realtors
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Fri Mar 8, 2013
Matthew Simone answered:
Yes Clark is a family freindly town, Great town, great schools ,great recreation for the kids too.
Call me I have been doing Real Estate in Clark many years call me 732-423-0851
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Thu Aug 2, 2012
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Wed Jul 11, 2012
Team Zuhl answered:
It's actually very common in this area to base the sale of one property contingent on the sale of another. Your realtor may be able to finagle dates and have the 2 properties close on the same day, but it's possible that either you or your buyer will need a short term rental to bridge the time between closes. Incidentally, it's often easier, and faster, to find a house you like than to find a buyer for your home, so finding your buyer first is probably your best bet. Good luck to you! ... more
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Sat Apr 21, 2012
Fernando Fernandez answered:
Best to work with an experience agent in your area of choice. Good luck
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Tue Feb 21, 2012
Weichert Realtors answered:
Dan, did you buy anything in 2011? If not would you kindly tell us why not? Regards,
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