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Home Selling in East Windsor : Real Estate Advice

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Tue Jul 5, 2016
MCM_STL answered:
Unless you have cash buyers, there is no "greedy". You're still going to be limited by the lender's appraisal. There's nothing at all wrong with "best and final". That's the standard way to handle two competing offers. ... more
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Sun Mar 11, 2012
Pennington Seller asked:
Here is the link: http://www.trulia.com/property/3074021316-110-Moore-Ct-Penni…
It's a completely renovated unit with about 15,000 in upgrades and a fabulous price for Pennington.…
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Tue Jun 28, 2011
Jeffrey answered:
If you're looking for an experienced short sale investor, feel free to get in touch with us. They will know exactly what paperwork and letters you will need to convince the bank to do a short sale. Trust me, it's a whole lot easier than trying to do it yourself.

Visit us here at:
http://www.foreclosuresolutionsnj.com

Jeff Demos
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Wed Jun 15, 2011
Linda S. Cefalu answered:
Genacc,

I would start with www.cdpe.com. From there you can search for an agent in your area. Check out several and ask a lot of questions. You can look up information on each agent as well. Dan is correct in his answer, knowing how to navigate through the short sale process is crucial to getting it closed. ... more
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Sun Mar 13, 2011
Debra (Debbie) Rose answered:
Yes, Jtolino - the seller pays this fee, referred to as the NJ State Tansfer Fee ( the "RTF"). As you have found out by now, it is based on the purchase price of the home.


The good news is, if you're a senior citizen- you get a discount!

Here's a link to help you calculate the fee
http://www.realstorynj.com/sellers/realty-transfer-fee-calculator

By the way, if the home is selling for over 1 million, the buyers get to pay a transfer fee/tax, too (lucky them!). They have to pay 1% of the purchase price!

Good luck with your sale!
Debbie Rose
Prudential NJ Properties

Web Reference: http://www.debbierosesells.com
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Mon Jan 4, 2010
Jeffrey Halpern answered:
Are you being influenced by a competing Realtor? If so, then that Realtor is not adhering to the Realtor Code of Ethics and therefore I would stay away from that agent. Instead, and as stated before, discuss where you are with that agent. Maybe your perception of your agent's job function is much greater than what was told you or vice-a-versa.
The biggest downfall in a Realtor-Client relationship is communication. Many agents, who work hard for their clients, never tell them what they are doing. Have the agent document what they are doing for you and then determine if that agent should be fired. Also discuss the same with their Broker-Manager.
Good luck!!
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Thu Jul 30, 2009
Freddie Moorer answered:
Hello Buyerbeware

Thank you for the question. I understand your situation, the real estate market has gone thru a lot changes some good and some bad according to the media. I can put together a Price Trend Analysis to give you a picture of the past, present and future of your market in Windsor Meadows email me Freddie@freddiemoorer.com or call 609-865-0484. ... more
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Sat Jul 26, 2008
Ed Miller answered:
Joe,

I figured I would give you an update just in case you held pat. Market is still a buyers market and home values continue to slide. If tou were lucky to have bought anytime before 2002, you can still make out! I am an EW expert, 30 year resident and 90% of all my listings and sales are in EW. So, take it from me when I say that all real estate in EW has fallen in value, but the lower end has fallen less than the higher end and its demise took a lot longer to materialize. The bottom line is that as long as you are going to buy a higher end home, you will gain in equity! If you were downsizing, I would not recommend a move. I cannot be sure what price I would peg your unit at unless I see it. If you want my expert opinion, send me an email or sign onto my website. I have sold more East Windsor homes during the last two years than any other Realtor. My e-mail is Ed@EdMillerProperties.com and my website is www.EdMillerProperties.com. Or, you can call me anytime at 609 647-6818. ... more
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