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Tue Mar 22, 2016
Lopezclaudia33 answered:
Hi Neil, did you ever find an insurance company? If so, I would highly appreciate if you can give me their info. I'm in the same boat!


Thank you
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Sat Jan 25, 2014
Galina Peterson answered:

2013 taxes were $9,960. Let me know if you need any further information.

I can be reached at

Galina Peterson
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Tue Nov 12, 2013
Shalu Thaman answered:
Hi Atul,

I have directly worked with a team of engineers,architects & custom builders in the planning, development & financing of land and new construction.
Weather & supply conditions usually impact delivery times , as do crew & site related issues that they can run into.
This impacts costs as well as timelines.

Are you approved for the financing ? Is it a buildable lot ? Do you have the professionals lined up ?

For a more specific answer please contact off list


Shalu Thaman - Realtor,ePRO,ABR,SRES
Keller Williams Princeton Real Estate
Cell # 609.577.5861
Fax # 609.613.5907
Mobile Listings Search Text KWVFTK2A to 87778
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Mon Jul 22, 2013
Lynell Antonelli answered:
Hi in Plano,

I'm a licensed Realtor in NJ and live in NJ, as well. I'm' from Dallas, and visit my relatives in Plano often. Welcome to our area-the weather is cooler!

Your Buyer's agent should supply you with an analysis of the market that includes many factors, including value and price. If you do not have an agent, I would be happy to assist you.
A Seller's agreement with the Seller's/Listing agent customarily provides for the Seller to pay the commission of both the Seller's agent and the Buyer's agent. Even if the Seller is a For Sale By Owner, Seller's can agree to pay the Buyer's agent's commission. So protect yourself and your investment with free professional services and sound advice from a Realtor.

I'd be delighted to help you. Please feel free to contact me directly: 908-797-5400 or
Thanks and regards,

Lynell Antonelli, Prudential Fox & Roach Realtors
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Mon Jul 8, 2013
Angela Baskin answered:
Hello Sura
thank you for your inquiry. I can assist you wiith finding a home in the areas you mention. The type of home you decide will depend on alot of different factors. Please contact me on my mobile or office phone.and we can further discuss some options.
Angela Baskin
Keller Williams
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Sun Jun 23, 2013
Lynell Antonelli answered:

Please call or email me your specific needs/desires in a rental, and I'll gladly begin a search for you.

Best regards,

Lynell Antonelli
Prudential Fox & Roach Realtors
Licensed in NJ & PA
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Wed Mar 27, 2013
Mary Alice Heimerl answered:

How far or close to Lambertville do you want to be? Have you spoken to a mortgage representative to determine your affordability? How many bedrooms do you need? If you email me your wish list, I can help you find something that fits!! ... more
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Thu Jan 31, 2013
Robert Belardo answered:
Hi Andy,
I'am a realtor with Gloria Nilson Realtors, in the Princeton office. I live in the Lambertville area. Now more than ever, you need a real estate professional who can help price your home right, highlight its best features and expose your home to the most buyers possible through high quality materials and
targeted efforts. If you would like for me to do a comparative market analysis I can be reached at cell#
609-658-1087 or e-mail

Thank You
Robert Belardo
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Sun Jan 6, 2013
Marsha Bowen Washington answered:
If you are having an issue finding agents that specialize in short sales, you can also visit to locate real estate agents that are trained and specialize in short sales.

Best of luck to you!
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Mon Nov 26, 2012
Holly A. Havens answered:
Hi JCurley,
I am unsure if they flooded. I personally am unaware. Have you looked at this property to purchase? The sellers might have this information available in the seller disclosure. Your agent should be able to help you with those details. Unless you are in search of a real estate agent feel free to call our office tomorrow at 397-1700. Id be delighted to hear about your search in Lambertville
all the best,
Holly Havens
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Thu Aug 9, 2012
Frank Dolski answered:
I would check with your Broker/Agent and an attorney as well. Most Brokers, I know ours does, retain an attorney. This is your best source of getting aan exact answer. Good for you in getting a better job and possibly keeping your home! ... more
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Wed Jun 20, 2012
Ron Thomas answered:
I can guarantee you that your County does not want to own your home:

Go down to the Tax Assessor's Office and work out a repayment plan;
I know some folks who are paying $50 per month on a $2,000 bill.
And I would not give them all that money at one time; put it in Savings and give them $150 per month.
Just talk to them
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Sat Nov 13, 2010
Robert Bruno answered:
Check with your bank or mortgage company. Ask them if they will rollover the existing amount of deficit into a new loan. I suspect they will not release you from that debt without paying it off in full. But, it never hurts to ask.

Did you get into trouble because you bought at the top of the market and prices went down, or because you took a home equity loan in addition to your first mortgage? I only bring this out to warn others of spending their home's equity, and to warn against buying at the top of the cycle. Home Buyers should be aware of real estate cycles. Just like stock market cycles. If the market has been going well for too long, beware! That may not be a good time to buy.

Save your money and pay extra principal each month to bring down your mortgage amount. If the market rebounds and you lower your balance, and the buyer's market remains the way it is, it shouldn't take too many years to be able to pay off your lower balance and buy another home that is a much better value.
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Wed Sep 29, 2010
Neil asked:
I have been approved for a 240,000 USDA Guarantee loan. My DTI ratio is okay, not exactly sure what my broker came up with there but she said it was "fine". So No waiver was…
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