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Home Selling in Hoboken : Real Estate Advice

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Fri Jul 7, 2017
Jennifer Susanne Sommers answered:
To add an open house to Zillow, please first make sure you are logged in. Then, select "Edit Listing info" at the top of the home details page. On the following page, you'll see the option to add your Open House: Make sure to select the "update for sale by agent/owner" button at the bottom of the page and your open house will be saved.

Good luck at your open house!
Jen Sommers
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Wed Oct 26, 2016
Brett Sikora answered:
LC - if you're losing money, it might make sense to sell and move to an investment that provides positive cash flow each month. Were you covering your monthly expenses when you were getting $3,500 per month? ... more
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Sat Jul 30, 2016
RachelCruz22 asked:
listing in question is 1034 clinton street, apt 403, hoboken, nj 07030
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Sat Jun 18, 2016
Lshoedog answered:
What is the appraisal fee for a condo in brooklyn ny
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Fri May 6, 2016
Maria Tsabrova Buyers Rebate answered:
In Hoboken there are many appartments all below grade. So the answer would be yes. But if you are talking about Single family homes and basements it is a whole different story.
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Thu Dec 17, 2015
thinz answered:
The bottom line is this... if paying cash your offer should never be at full price, and even lower than a discounted financed offer...simply because you have a much less complicated deal, with less issue dealing with title and mortgage commitments, and delays with closing. It is the best way to structure the best deal if paying cash....always. Would I do it? Only if absolutely necessary. I would still shoot for a financed offer in the same range (yes, the same cash offer range) and protect the cash...I would not want it dumped into a property where I could have trouble getting it out if I need it.
Finance an put the cash in a side fund that is liquid, safe, and gets a real return. Equity has no rate of return. Tom Hinz www.shortsaletosell.com
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Thu Dec 17, 2015
thinz answered:
I understand they are, but you should check with your local code enforcement to be sure...much will depend on the specific measurements of the room, ceiling, heating, etc....Tom Hinz www.shortsaletosell.com ... more
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Fri May 22, 2015
Shawn Chaconas answered:
www.thumbtack.com awesome website I recommend you check out as 1 of your staging options
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Thu Nov 13, 2014
Linda Denovan answered:
Not only is staging extremely important ... so is professional photography. I've sold a number of houses that were previously listed and expired as unsold .. . some without lowering the price (and 3 where we actually raised it) and they were sold within days! Proof that it wasn't price ... simply not marketed to the best advantage. ... more
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Sun Nov 9, 2014
John Westrich answered:
If you do decide with the help of your real estate agent to have the home staged do not forget to retake the pictures. While the home will probably show much better for the showings don't forget the pictures because most likely the pictures will be better as well. ... more
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Tue Oct 28, 2014
Simon Watson answered:
As a realtor you should be able to come up with an idea of is possible sale value with the tools we have access to. If your clients want to spend the money on an appraisal to make them more comfortable
with the value then that's an option for them to consider.


Simon Watson
Keller Williams Realty-East Bay
(925) 286-7112
(510) 859-4773
BRE 01881304
simon@myrealtorsimon.com
http://www.myrealtorsimon.com
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Wed Sep 24, 2014
Christopher Pagli answered:
A tax lien does mean that a seller owes money on the taxes. All municipalities have different rules in place regarding foreclosing on those homes. some in Westchester allow you to be behind two years before they foreclose. If the seller gets a buyer and can pay the taxes at the closing all will be fine.

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Wed Aug 6, 2014
Christy Degeorgis answered:
Hi Michele,

Awesome news for you-there is extremely low inventory right now in Hoboken, so it's a seller's market. Well-priced, desirable properties are seeing multiple offers, and bidding wars that get the seller above asking and the best terms. Most properties are not lasting longer than a week on the market. There are about 4 buyers for every property right now. However, overpriced properties are sitting on the MLS, and some turn into rentals.

I would be happy to view your home and look at the comps to give you an accurate price that would get you offers. More properties will come on as the Spring begins so if you want to sell, now is the perfect time.

Call or email me if you'd like to set up an appointment.
201 694 9441 or cdegeorgis@gmail.com
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Thu Jul 31, 2014
ArminRU asked:
I have been told that in Hoboken, any sort of non-cosmetic home renovations cannot be done by the owner. This is because the town only gives permits to licensed contractors. Is this true?…
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Tue Feb 4, 2014
Karina Abad answered:
Hello Thomas, there is a demand for all types of properties in Hoboken as there is very little for sale.

One bedroom plus dens typically present a challenge in marketing so it is important that you hire a professional with a good track record to assist you. The challenge lies in that generally one bedroom plus dens are more expensive than one bedrooms, but less expensive than two bedrooms and it is critical to make buyers aware of the additional den and it is found on the multiple listing service since brokers search by number of bedrooms. This will ensure your property appeals to the widest pool of potential customers.

You'll also want to consider staging depending on the layout of your condo and where the den is located. Some buyers are not keen on the den if it is not well staged. The den should have a clear useful purpose and present a value to buyers.

As for a forecast, we will see more inventory enter the market in Spring as is typical and prices should inflate slightly. However, to capitalize on the spring market you'll want to position yourself for sale in the early spring months before inventory peaks and before summer starts as most closings happen in April, May and June.

I hope this helps in your research, feel free to reach me if you need additional insight.
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Mon Feb 3, 2014
Cissy Isaac answered:
Don't do it. I can't tell you how many times I've shown tub-less condo's where the buyer's say, "This is a great place, but the bathroom doesn't have a tub". I'll even ask them how often they use the tub and the answer is almost always "seldom". But, they still want that tub! ... more
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Fri Sep 6, 2013
Kathleen Conroy answered:
Hi Claribelg,
To understand your legal rights, it's always best to speak to a Local Attorney. My clients have worked with Attorneys in the area very successfully. If you would like a short list of Attorney's in the Hoboken area, please call or email me.

Best of luck to you, Sincerely,
Kathleen

Kathleen Conroy
REALTOR® /Sales Associate
Prominent Properties 
Sotheby's International Realty

email: Kathleen.Conroy@SothebysRealty.com
mobile: 917.370.8181 (best)
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Wed Sep 5, 2012
Jean Oxford answered:
1) Curb appeal helps to get them in the door! Fix those items you have let go like numbers and paint falling off the mail box, cobwebs on the front porch, cleaning the exterior of windows, weeds growing better than flowers, mowing, weedeating, and giving the front door a fresh coat of paint and new knob, if necessary.

2) Neutral interior paint colors will give you a broader buyer base. Clean carpeting if it is in good shape. If not, consider replacing carpet with a neutral color carpet, hardwood, or laminate. Buyers tend to deduct for carpeting even when told they will get a carpet allowance. Outdated lighting needs to go. Replace ceiling fans that are on their last leg. If you can't afford new cabinetry, consider a fresh coat of paint with a hardener in it. Also, new hardware. Need window coverings if the old ones are broken, dirty, or outdated. Change out toilet seats. Clean closets and add neccesary shelving.
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Thu May 31, 2012
Mary Petti answered:
Contact Trulia directly to straighent out the issue.

However, do you mean that under "my listings" it has those properties listed as your listings, or that the properties are just showing up when we search your name ? (that might be through IDX if they are in your service area) ... more
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