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Home Buying in Flemington : Real Estate Advice

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Tue Mar 14, 2017
Tonyhoward255 answered:
Here in NYC, a property can be under contract for 3 months and in some cases significantly longer. There are many things which could delay the actual closing, including waiting on board approval (if an apartment building) and dealing outstanding city code violations. ... more
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Wed Aug 10, 2016
Scott Godzyk answered:
SO many warning signs, first always complete a walk through JUST prior to signing closing docs. Second use a local company to close. If you did not check before signing it may be on you. You need a legal advice from a local lawyer at this point ... more
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Sat May 16, 2015
James 'Jim' Grigg answered:
Hi Amy,
I just saw this question you posted a while back. The answer is, that depends. There are very different answers depending upon your price range of interest. I can answer these for you. Please call me at 908-391-0981 and I will be happy to help you with this and other important metrics you may be interested in. No strings attached. Jim Grigg, Turpin Realtors. ... more
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Fri Jan 16, 2015
Bob McCauley answered:
I have well and septic. Dump out your septic tank every 3 years by a professional. Bring a flashlight to inspect the inside of the tank and baffles. Properly maintained septic system should last a lifetime. As for the well, mine is 220 ft down. The pump is at the bottom of the well. Provides clean cold water. Most of area the water is hard. Which means water passed thru limestone on its down to the aquafilers. Hard water has calcium in it. If you have too much you may consider a water softner (salt). ... more
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Tue Jul 29, 2014
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Fri Jun 27, 2014
Michael Carpenter answered:
A good place to start is this website Flood zones are not necessarily based on an actual zip code. Contacting your local insurance professional with a specific address will give you the best answer. ... more
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Thu Feb 20, 2014
Hi Sanal, You definitely need a lender experienced in this area to advise and pre-approve you. Many will say that you need landlord experience in this situation. This is true of some programs, but not of others. There are other possible pitfalls that must be gone through one by one to make sure you are all set and don't misstep. You should be speaking with a lender before you start the process of looking to rent and/or buy so that you know exactly where you stand and how to proceed prudently. If I can be of assistance, feel free to contact me at your convenience. You can live chat with me at the link below and my full contact information tagline will also be posted as a reply to this comment. Regards, Robert Hanson: ... more
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Mon Feb 3, 2014
Shalu Thaman answered:
Hi Rachael,

Walkable towns close to countryside are quite a few in NJ, namely in the Central NJ area,

1. Lawrence
2. Hopewell , Pennington
3. Allentown NJ

A Local Real Estate agent whose services cover outlying areas as well, can assist best in understanding your priorities and making suggestions on the most suitable areas, depending on whether there is a commute to consider, or you prefer the Top 10 schools VS the Top 100.

You'll find several of the Central NJ school districts in the Top 100 as well as those on the Top 10 list.

Working with an Agent who has years of experience in Global Relocation is a BIG plus .

I have moved many families from Country-to-country, coast to coast & state to state , seamlessly and i their desired time frame.

Please contact directly for a No-obligation consultation.

I utilize the newest technology to make it as simple & convenient as possible.

Shalu Thaman-Realtor,ePRO,ABR,SRES
Keller Williams Princeton Real Estate
Princeton NJ 08540
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Mon Feb 3, 2014
Elizabeth Van Blarcom answered:
I'd be happy to assist you. When are you available to meet? I'd be happy to give you a tour of the area and discuss your needs in your new home.
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Wed Jan 8, 2014
Matt Costine answered:
Sun Jan 20, 2013
Matt Costine answered:
Hey JM did you ever buy that House? I have a team of experts who can help with the buying process.
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Thu Sep 6, 2012
Kristen deBlasi answered:
This is public information and anyone can access it. However, if you get in touch with a Realtor, they can pull up this information for you and help you through the process.
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Fri Jan 27, 2012
There is nothing wrong with renting, a lease option does not necessarily help you build equity, in fact it leave many people in much worse shape, lots of info on this subject in the link below, good luck, ... more
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Tue Oct 6, 2009
Howard "Bucky" Buchanan answered:
$255,000 on 9/25/09. Please let me know if there's anythign else I can assist you with. Offices in Flemington & Branchburg, so know the area well.

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Wed May 6, 2009
Gregory C Robinson answered:
I would call a reputable heating and air conditioning company ie Supreme 732 469-2124 they have done new construction and service for years. I have worked with contractors for years and they used this company in all price ranges, Then call a local propane company and get their prices and fuel costs ie Ferrel Gas in Three Bridges etc. We as realtors are not experts in these fields and are really advised not to give opinions it is out of our realtor field, Heating and hvac companies have formulas as to sq ft usuage and how much air flow is required and how much fuel it will cost per unit etc. That would be your best bet ... more
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Wed Jul 23, 2008
Wayne F. Smith answered:
Flemington a.k.a. zip code 08822 encompasses the Boro, Raritan Township, part or Readington and Delaware Townships. As you move outside of the Historic Boro the median price increases since the homes are (for the most part) far newer and larger in bot square footage as well as lot size. I've found that some web sites TRY and provide that "median" price but they are far, far from accurate as I think you know. ... more
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Tue Apr 1, 2008
Camille Miller answered:
Absolutely, and you won't be the only one in line! Once you close go to the tax assessor and appeal your taxes. Hunterdon County assessed properties at the hieght of the market and the township is aware that homes may sell for less. I have had clients successfully appeal in the last few months and always advise my clients to try. Best of luck. Please contact me directly if I can be of further assistance. ... more
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