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In My Neighborhood in Mercer County : Real Estate Advice

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Fri Nov 4, 2016
ey.inbox asked:
My zipcode is 08610. This area is deteriorating fast and the value of my home is going down. We owe more than what the home is worth. I'm trying to assess if it will recover in short…
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Sat Mar 15, 2014
Fayez Azeez answered:
I'm a member of the Stony Brook PTO. If you still have any questions please let me know.

Fayez Azeez
fazeez.sbpto@hotmail.com
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Fri Jan 25, 2013
dan answered:
We've got crime stat info for Trenton but really, the answer for which Trenton neighborhoods are the safest pretty much follow the average home prices.

Hiltonia
Mill Hill - though we have the challenge of being right in the heart of the city. A good thing and sometimes not good.
Cadwalader Heights
Berkeley Square
Glen Afton
The Island

There are absolutely beautiful homes in all of these neighborhoods for ridiculously low prices.

Dan Dodson
reinventtrenton.com
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Tue Jun 26, 2012
Vishal Maher Cell 732-277-9321 answered:
Hello Mr. Mahatpure,

There are more than 30 houses in Plainsboro, South Brunswick and Princeton ranging from 1,850 sq.ft to 3,000 sq.ft.
For more information, you can contact me at my cell# 732-277-9321.

Vishal Maher
Realty Mark First Choice.
www.vishalmaher.com
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Fri Mar 30, 2012
Debra (Debbie) Rose answered:
It has nothing to do with whether a home has had a fire or not.......

this is a statewide requirement - homes much be inspected for proper installation of smoke detectors, carbon monoxide detectors and also fire extinguishers.........

see the following link for placement instructions:



http://76.12.225.78/pdfs/government/smoke_detector.pdf
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Wed Feb 15, 2012
Judith Swem answered:
Hi Tom,
Thank you for reaching out to me with your question. My listing does have a small creek / stream behind the unit but it does not require flood insurance. I am holding an Open House this weekend, February 19th, from 1:00 pm - 3:00 pm. However, if you can not make the open house, please contact me to schedule a more convenient time for your schedule for us to meet. In the event you are working with a realtor, they can schedule an appointment for you to see the home. Please feel free to contact me with any additional questions you may have. Best of luck with your home seach. Have a nice day. ... more
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Mon Jan 9, 2012
Kenneth Verbeyst answered:
Ed, Hopewell Valley schools are terrific.Superior is relative so I would say question that rating. Stoney brook is a newer elementary school built as a result of the expanding population in that area when Brandon farms was built. The middle school services 6-8 and is called Timberlane. The high school is HVCHS. You should look at all area schools though and take rankings etc with a grain of salt. I served on the school board there many years ago and graduated from there before. (a very long time ago) Rankings can be misleading due to errors which arent always caught or due to statistics that dont show entire picture. It is wise to visit districts you are contemplating and if your child has special needs get specifics on those too. Speak with future co workers who live in the areas you are considering. Do your home work.
email me questions if you like. My eldest 2 children graduated from HVCHS.
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Sun Jan 8, 2012
Bernice Bigley answered:
It was listed for sale in 2010 for 289,000. It is privately owned. OMG it is beautiful 7 bedrooms 41/2 baths. You can call me if you want to pursue this or see homes that are comparable. I know of another similar to this. Thank You, Bernice 609-610-8820 ... more
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Tue Jul 26, 2011
Vishal Maher Cell 732-277-9321 answered:
Dear Divyesh,

I think I got your question. However, It requires some more clarification.
You can contact me at my Cell# 732-277-9321 to assist you better.

Thanks,

Vishal Maher
Richa Realty
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Tue Jul 26, 2011
Vishal Maher Cell 732-277-9321 answered:
Dear M&M,

Price range upto $600k there are about 3-4 Single family homes that match your criteria.
For more details, Contact me at my Cell# 732-277-9321.

Thanks,

Vishal Maher
Richa Realty
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Mon Jul 25, 2011
Gloria Laughton Allston answered:
Alex,
You did not indicate the reason for your question but my advice, if you have not already done so, is to visit these communities at different times of the day to see if they feel right for you because they are all very popular communities. Your question can be best answered using 2010 Census data.

Gloria @ Coldwell Banker/Princeton
www.GloriaLaughtonAllstonHOMES.com
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Wed Sep 8, 2010
Mark Cowan answered:
Check with the local Property Mgt. Companies in your area. They may have a list of properties for you to consider.
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Wed May 19, 2010
Patricia Sullivan answered:
Sorry, wish we had homes that price in Berrien City but unfortunately the price is incorrect. If that is your price range there are homes within a few miles of this area. Close to trains to NY and Phila., shopping and hwys.give me a call. 609-529-4215 ... more
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Sun Oct 11, 2009
Deborah Madey answered:
Hi Jennifer,

The debate on the dangers associated with high-tension wires is ongoing. It depends upon with whom you speak. Only your own research on the matter can determine your position. If you determine that you would consider a property near tension wires, determine what discount is appropriate for you in order to offset the negative impact of the location.

Absolutely, the same model house in a development will carry different values depending upon the location. Busy intersections, smaller lots, privacy levels, and high-tension wires are all features, which affect buyers and the amount, which they are wiling to pay. (This is a reason that online estimates of value are often incorrect. This type of data is nearly impossible to factor in an algorithm.)

If you proceed with a purchase of a property near high tension wires, you have the opportunity to gain price and terms advantage at the time of the purchase. Some day, when you become a seller, you must be prepared for a long selling cycle, and be willing to accept less than your neighbors will command for their similar properties. Whatever new information and studies about EMF unfold in the future may affect the marketability of your property in future, and that pendulum could swing in your favor or against it.

Best,
Deborah Madey - NJ Broker
Peninsula Realty Group
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Sun Sep 13, 2009
Christine Markow answered:
I found Lawrenceville to have a small-town vibe - being conveniently located down the street from downtown Princeton and the prep school. The properties in this area of 206 are mostly older homes, but many of them have nice size lots. I never lived there, but I graduated from Rider University and commuted through the back streets of Lawrenceville - the town had a lot of town-wide events for the kids especially. Again, this is my opinion having traveled through Lawrenceville for a few years.

Visiting websites like city-data, nationalrelocation or wikipedia may offer additional stats for the area.

Christine Markow
ERA Statewide Realty
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Wed Sep 9, 2009
Dstanca answered:
Thanks everyone for your answers. According to all the advice we've received, including yours, the area seems to be good and the house is great. Now we're just trying to figure out an offering price since they bought it at a high point and are now trying to get their money back. ... more
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Sun Nov 9, 2008
Kenneth Verbeyst answered:
Autumn, I own in Chambersburg. Suggest you check out many previous postings re Trenton. Consider renting there first if you are unsure about buying. I have a very large attached home for rent currently with granite counters stainless appliances 5 bed 3 bath etc. (likely one of the nicest homes in the area) Many high hopes exist (and have for years) talk is of major reconstruction of train station and the transportation district surrounding it. There is also the historic district, improvement district and arena district. I have owned this about 10 years and never heard referral of "bottom" though I wouldnt be surprised. ... more
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