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Logan Township : Real Estate Advice

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Fri Jun 24, 2016
Ctuckerbud1 asked:
Am I ok with this or is there a better way or another program for low income solutions. I don't want to go through all of this and not work out for him financially.
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Sun Dec 28, 2014
Kjciarmella asked:
Highly considereig a move to this area. Everything checks out for us besides the school. We are just not familiar with it and am unsure of where to get honest feedback. According to the…
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Tue Mar 11, 2014
Michele Iannella answered:
I would love to help. Being a native of south Philly myself and now living in NJ and office in swedesboro I feel we can make something work. Please feel free to call me direct.
Michele Iannella
856-832-8033
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Fri Mar 1, 2013
Nancy Timchal answered:
Hi,

Yes, they have communities within a reasonable drive from my office.I am also, conveniently located in Woolwich. Feel free to contact me for more info!

Nancy Timchal
Century 21 Hughes-Riggs Realty, Inc ... more
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Tue Nov 27, 2012
Janet Larsen answered:
Haley is correct. Logan is convenient to many areas and close to Delaware as well. It is a very desirable area making homes sell very quickly there.
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Mon May 2, 2011
. answered:
Rate are regulated by the State, so all title insurance companies use the same rates. You the website provided by Laura and plug in your actual numbers.
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Wed Mar 2, 2011
Theresa Cannizzaro answered:
Hi AK,

I'll give you those statistics but its for a broad range of homes and a number of communities as the 08085 covers a large area. Also keep in mind the market we are in consists of a number of short sales and foreclosed homes. My statistics are much different because I try very hard to educate the consumer and therefore have more realistic sellers and buyers. With that in mind, according to TReND, our local multiple listing service, there were 87 sales in the 08085 area in the past 6 months ranging in price from $36,000-$600,000. The average days on market were 131 with an overall property marketing period of 167(meaning some homes were off the market for awhile then relisted and pmp is the total days that home was listed). The average settled price to ORIGINAL list price was 90.28%. Again, please keep in mind there are a number of agents who will list homes above the actual market value hoping for the best but in the end the market value is what it is and thats the real number the buyer is going to be willing to pay. Always ask your agent to provide you with comparable sales in the neighborhood you are looking in and for the type of home you are looking at. Remember your appraisal will also give you the current market value. If you'd like to give me a more specific area I will provide you those statistics. Good luck. ... more
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Fri Sep 10, 2010
Rudy McDowell answered:
Hi SJ Home buyer

If you both lose your jobs then you're out of luck. If one of you loses your job or take a pay cut, then the lender will have to see if you both still qualify income wise. Changing jobs is a not a problem, you'll just need to have 30 days worth of paystubs and a letter from the employer stating your new salary(ies), position(s) and start date(s). If you making more or less, your lender will have to then requalify you based on the new job(s) and income(s). I hope this helps. ... more
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Sun Aug 22, 2010
Michele Iannella answered:
Call Joan Adams from Adams and Adams 856-467-5392 She is local in Swedesboro.
Good luck
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Tue Jun 15, 2010
. answered:
I have shown & sold Beazer homes and in my opinion they are a high quality builder. I have shown many homes that are a few years old where the stair railing is loose or wobblely and there are too many nail pops in the sheetrock. You usually don't find that in a Beazer home. I know it is a small thing, but if they get the smal things right, you can bet the get the big things right too. It may not seem like you need a real estate agent to purchase a new home, but it never hurts to have someone on your side. After all, the sales reps in the model home work for the builder and not you, check the paperwork they have you sign. You need to have YOUR representative with you the FIRST time you go to a development. It's funning, but the only 2 answers provided so far come from the same company. Either of us will be happy to help you. ... more
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Tue Dec 8, 2009
Michele Iannella answered:
Hi Brian,
I live and work here in Woolwich Township. Many of the developments are public water and sewer. Many of the older homes are well and septic. Depending of what type of water supply you are looking for is where you should start looking in to if you are looking to buy. I know the area very well and would be happy to help you in any way I can. If there is a specific area in Woolwich, that you are thinking about please let me know and I will tell you if public or privet water is there. Call me anytime. ... more
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Tue May 12, 2009
Diane Glander answered:
There are 2 different ways to "rent to own"
One is a lease/option,
The second is a lease/purchase
The biggest difference between the two is that with a lease option, you have the OPTION to purchase at the end of your lease term.
With a lease purchase, you must purchase the home.
The leases are written up differently.
One of the downfalls can be for a tenant, that in a down market (check to see what your specific local market is doing and where the predictions are as to where it is going) by the time you purchase, the house may not be worth the price you set when you signed the lease. Therefore, the bank will not loan you the $$$.
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Fri May 18, 2007
Lawrence answered:
Hi Michele - Lawrence from Trulia here. Your first stop for getting listings on Trulia should be www.trulia.com/brokers. If you've already gone there and done everything, if you send an email to brokersupport@trulia.com we will be happy to help guide you through the process of getting your listings up. ... more
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