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Haddon Township : Real Estate Advice

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Thu Mar 9, 2017
Racheal Marzi answered:
Michelle

Picking the right town to live in really depends on your specific wants and needs. I am a local Realtor and am available anytime to discuss your goals.


Racheal Marzi
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Thu Jan 19, 2017
Vincentdileo164 answered:
What percentage less the asking price for homes in hardyston New Jersey
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Wed Apr 16, 2014
Terry McCarley answered:
Your listing agent can see this data so request they provide you with the information.
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Tue Mar 11, 2014
Andrew Tisellano answered:
Some home repairs may cost too much for seller and that is why they are selling.
There are also updates that need the buyers input as to what colors and designs they like.
Let me know if you need help finding the right agent to help you. ... more
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Thu Oct 31, 2013
Larry Sarlo answered:
You should contact an agent directly... Work with that agent... And have them do all that work for you. there is no cost to you and i would be happy to help.


I would have to say that area commands every bit of that price. Depending on work needing to be done of course.

Factor all that in with comparables and present an offer.

but you really should be working with a realtor if you have interest in buying.

Search Short Sales and foreclosure Deals at www.BuyNjShortSales.com

Larry Sarlo
RE/MAX Preferred
609-868-1171
lsarlo@comcast.net
www.larrysarlo.com
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Thu May 2, 2013
Kathleen Boggs-Shaner answered:
Mike,

234 Elm has an Oaklyn zip code but is located in Woodlynne. The current assessment is $44,400 and property taxes are for 2012 are $3845. That would translate to a mil rate of $8.66 per $1000 of assessed value.

Best,
Kathi Boggs-Shaner
Prudential Fox & Roach
41 S. Haddon Ave
Haddonfield, NJ 08033
856-428-2600 Ofc
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Wed Aug 22, 2012
Leonard Antonelli answered:
Hi Stacy,

I can help you out. Shoot me an email @ Len.sells.homes@gmail.com and let me know exactly what u are looking for/to do. I will email you back a full comparative market analysis with all of the details and info.

Sincerely,
Len Antonelli
Prudential Fox & Roach Realtors
(856)347-0073
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Tue Aug 21, 2012
Alicia Weister answered:
They comps vary greatly due to the many different styles and types of homes - also condition makes a big difference in the value as well. I'd be happy to meet with you and provide you with a Market Analysis specific to your home - Just give me a call (609) 605-4306.
If you'd like to just get an average price for now and see what's going on in the neighborhood log onto: www.HaddonTwpHomeValues.com

Alicia Weister
Prudential Fox & Roach
Visit me on the WEB!
www.AliciaWeister.com
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Thu May 3, 2012
Joan Curcio answered:
I would be happy to help you with comparable sales in Haddon Twp.. I won/t mind putting in lowball offers if you don't mind getting rejected. We both could get lucky and maybe make some money. If you would like to contact me, please call or email me.
Joan 856-520-1614
joancurcio1413@yahoo.com
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Mon Mar 5, 2012
Ronald Shaffery answered:
I have done a couple of lease/ purchase agreements in the last two years. 25% equity has never come up. Like the previous answer , I would strongly reccomend you get a real estate attorney to draw up the paperwork for your protection. best of luck to you. ... more
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Wed Nov 30, 2011
Ines De La Cruz answered:
Hello Morgan,
Thanks for your question.
The City of Camden Housing Dept. provides different programs for people in your situation. Call them at Telephone: (856) 968-2795.
There is TRA, Section 8. There is assistance for the payment of utilities,etc.
Good luck.
Ines De La Cruz
RE/MAX Connection
inesdelacruz@remax.net
www.inesdelacruz.com
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Tue Apr 12, 2011
Tina Martin answered:
Dear Home Seller, I hope to help answer some of your questions. In the past six months the DOM in Haddon Township maxed out at 200 days and is currently running about 118 days. Remember that these numbers are "averages" and the average home price sale in Haddon Township is $238,000. So you need to look at two issues here. First, your home is about twice the average home price in Haddon Township and just by virtue of your list price, your home may take longer to sell. Please note, that the "market" determines the price. By that I mean, your home will sell for an amount a Buyer is willing to pay. The rule of thumb among most realtors is the 4 weeks/8 showings guage is pretty accurate and if either benchmark is not achieved, that indicates that some adjustment should be made to attract Buyers into your home. Has your agent had a "Brokers Luncheon" and Open Houses? Many realtors shun these tried and true methods but in your instance, one has to pull out all the stops. Ask your realtor to take you to tour similar homes to your in Haddon Township as well as surrounding areas so you know your competition.

Nothwithstanding, as a Seller you need to be aware of five on-going events in our industry that will definitely affect your sale. One, interest rates are rising, which deminishes the buying power of potential Buyers. Two, the home you are moving to will never be cheaper. Three, According to Trulia, Buyers are coming out to shop earlier this year . Four, with every day that passes, inventory increases which treatens your ability to make top dollar for your home. Five, the amount of foreclosures in the State of NJ is disarming. These foreclosures along with the normal number of households who have placed their homes on the market, leave each Seller in a less than desireable position.

Talk with your realtor, he/she studies the market for a living and wants to satisfy your requests. A good realtor must be willing not only to share good news but present the difficult realities also. Good luck to you.

Tina Martin, GRI,SFR,e-Certified
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Wed Apr 23, 2008
Suzanne Hoover answered:
In addition to the smoke and carbon monoxide, Haddon Township requires an exterior inspection. They are checking to make sure that your sidewalks and diveway apron are in good condition, no cracks or blocks that are not flat. They will put an "x" on each block needing repair and you will be given a grace period in which to repair. Money can be escrowed at the time of settlement. Feel free to call me anytime for ansers to other questions that you may have. I can be reached on my cell at 856-938-4205. Suzanne Hoover, Realtor, Prudential Fox & Roach, Haddonfield. I have lived in Haddon Township for most of my adult life. ... more
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Tue Mar 25, 2008
Tolstoy08540@yahoo.com answered:
Yes. Unfortunately, numerous foreclosures, like, in a neighborhood
where you are trying-to buy a home: DOES impact the value
of your home-- sadly, as-in DEPRECIATION. Sources to read:
RealtyTrac, City-Data, as well as Trulia. Do your CMA before you buy!
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