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Thu Apr 3, 2014
Mark R Morse answered:
If you are asking if there is a train or bus within proximity of the house you were looking at, well the best answer is sort of. The are bus stops along that route so that is not a problem. The closest train station to NYC would be Dover or if you wanted, Netcong/Lake Hopatcong. Its actually not that much far up I80. The line that service that area is the Morris & Essex line.

If you have anymore questions or if you would like to see some houses, let me know. Good Luck with your search.

Mark Morse
Keller Williams Realty Metropolitan
Cell: 973-610-5991
Email: mark.morse@kw.com
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Thu Apr 3, 2014
Mark R Morse answered:
Have you found a place yet? Where will you be working? No one wants to move more than once so the best thing to do in my opinion is to look at a few areas and try at least to find the best place. If you can't do that then I might be able to find you something. You do have a few options. I would try to find your fit first thing though because it will be difficult, not impossible, to find the options I am talking about.

One option if you are very unsure is someplace like an Extended Stay America which is essentially a hotel that serves people that are on longer business trips so the rates are a little better than a typical hotel. If you did do that, then you would have plenty of time to work with a Realtor to find an ideal place and location within proximity to work.

If you have any questions, feel free to get in touch. Good Luck in your search.

Mark Morse
Keller Williams Realty Metropolitan
Cell: 973-610-5991
Email: mark.morse@kw.com
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