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Angelica P, Home Buyer in Seattle, WA
Fri Jul 22, 2016
Angelica P answered:
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Dominique Ed…, Real Estate Pro in Hoboken, NJ
Wed Apr 16, 2014
Dominique Edwards answered:
Hi Maggie, I'd love to help you out give me a call at my office: 201-333-4443 or my cell 201-680-1118. I'd love to discuss you rental options in Jersey City near Path trains.
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Diane Maxon, Real Estate Pro in Jersey City, NJ
Sun Oct 13, 2013
Diane Maxon answered:
Hi Teresa - What is your budget for monthly rent? You want to be close to work? Where do you work?
Get me the answers to these questions and I'll see what I can find.
Diane@jerseyhomes.com ... more
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Jose Martinez, Real Estate Pro in Hoboken, NJ
Sat Oct 13, 2012
Jose Martinez answered:
Parking is good. You should have no problem.

Call me I can help bring you Home!




Jose Martinez
Coldwell Banker Home Loans Jersey City
201-494-1973
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Ava Thorin, Real Estate Pro in Hoboken, NJ
Tue Jun 15, 2010
Ava Thorin answered:
Hi Diori,
I've lived in the Hamilton Park area since the 60s. I've seen lots of changes in the community and experienced lots area "ups and downs." With all that, I can say without reservation that today, Hamilton Park is one of the safest areas in Jersey City. I am a woman and I love to walk. One of my most frequent walks is from the Newport PATH. I've had one "creepy" experience, but with the police station on 7th and Erie (and some of the nicest police officers in town), the problem was quickly addressed.

Good luck with your search. Please let me know if I can be of help.

Ava C. Thorin
Sales Representative
Weichert, Realtors
273 Grove Street
Jersey City, NJ 07302
Office: 201-333-4443
Cell: 201-401-5025
athorin@weichert.com
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Jc_girl72, Home Buyer in Jersey City, NJ
Wed May 26, 2010
Jc_girl72 answered:
On the park, 270 to 320 is about right. Friend is in contract for 230k on 8th between monmouth and brunswick. renovated in the last 5 years. Pretty nice deal. I'm looking for a 2 bedroom in 350's. ... more
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Marisol Schu…, Real Estate Pro in Jersey city, NJ
Mon Mar 8, 2010
Marisol Schupansky answered:
Giulio,
If you buy this year you can take advantage of the first time home buyer credit ( if you qualify). Some of the properties prices are very negotiable take advantage..Good luck and live for now . ... more
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Bruce Levitt, Real Estate Pro in Jersey City, NJ
Mon Mar 8, 2010
Bruce Levitt answered:
This is a great question. Sellers for the most part no longer price their properties more than 5% over what they are willing to accept. If you start with an offer that is greater than 10% below asking price, you aren't giving the seller enough room to come back to you more than once or twice and it makes the gap almost impossible to bridge.
With so much inventory on the market, sellers and their realtors got smart a few years ago and priced their properties to sell. Buyers of course want a great deal, a great price. However, most often the properties are already marked down to include that great price.
Feel free to call upon me if I can be of service.

Bruce Levitt, Real Estate Agent, 973-710-2293
Weichert Realtors, 273 Grove Street, Jersey City, NJ 201-333-4443
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Barbara Eden, Real Estate Pro in Bayonne, NJ
Mon Oct 5, 2009
Barbara Eden answered:
A Realtor can give you this information. This information is on the NJ Tax Records.
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