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Market Conditions in Mercer County : Real Estate Advice

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Sat Sep 23, 2017
Jeff Grant answered:
Relocation companies do not sell houses, they refer sellers and buyers to specific realtors for a fee.
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Fri Jul 31, 2015
Drew Cifrodelli answered:
www.rider.edu is the source for information about Rider University. I graduated from Rider, so you can also ask me and I'll do my best.
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Fri Jan 30, 2015
tatiannapinto asked:
There is conflicting information out there. Realtor.com is reporting that it is a soft buyers market. Can you confirm with a brief explanation please?

Thank you.
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Thu Aug 7, 2014
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Wed May 7, 2014
Nadeem Khan asked:
This question was asked from http://www.trulia.com/rental-community/9000040221/Princeton-Arms-Apartments-North-South-235-Dorchester-Dr-East-Windsor-NJ-08512/?ecampaign=con_rlt_post_lead…
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Wed Apr 9, 2014
Andrew Chang answered:
1 AC developed lot costs about $400k in our areas. It also depends on location and environment of the lot. It appears you do not want the headaches of undeveloped lots. There are not many left and prices won't do gown. One of my neighbors has a 2 AC empty developed lot in front of him. For more than 10 years, it is still empty, but just some trees and grass. I figure he likes the way it is.... Good luck.

Andrew Chang
SkyBridge Realty
www.AChangRealtor.com
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Sun Apr 6, 2014
Farair3 asked:
This question was asked from http://www.trulia.com/property/1000960046-559-Province-Line-Rd-Hopewell-NJ-08525?ecampaign=con_day_propertycomp_bk&eurl=www.trulia.com%2Fproperty%2F10009600…
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Wed Mar 19, 2014
Shalu Thaman answered:
Hi Yogesh,

Please keep in mind that school districts can reassign attending & bussing plans, based on student population numbers & other factors.

There are a few newer communities here, including Toll Brothers Stone Gate & new homes.

I an an active Local area specialist for neighborhoods, construction , school district programs & price trends .
Plus I have an upcoming listing here.

If other nearby areas, turn out to be a better option for you, I can guide you on that as well.

Please contact me directly, so we can discuss your needs & time frame , via a no-obligation Buyer Consultation, by clicking on my image, profile link . You can see my success rate & testimonials as well

Regards
Shalu Thaman
Keller Williams
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Sat Mar 1, 2014
Yogesh.ba asked:
This question was asked from http://www.trulia.com/property/1039718344-121-Einstein-Way-East-Windsor-NJ-08512
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Thu Feb 20, 2014
to_sush asked:
This question was asked from http://www.trulia.com/rental-community/9000027535/Barclay-Square-at-Princeton-Forrestal-1900-Barclay-Blvd-Princeton-NJ-08540/
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Tue Feb 18, 2014
Sally Franklin answered:
At lest 20 minutes Ginny. I'd have your customer drive it to verify.
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Tue Jan 28, 2014
Shalu Thaman answered:
Hi Rajat,

Are you interested in buying an age-restricted Active-Adult 55+ community ?
The Riviera at East Windsor is a 55+ community, hence the New home-under$400K price range.

Understanding price points & current LOCAL market conditions, is the suggested way to narrowing down options AND timing the market to get the BEST price, esp. if you are from out of the area.

I have represented & moved MANY buyers to our area, which offers not 1 but 2, direct trains to NYC Penn Station, NYC bus, Park n Rides + at LEAST 3 school districts ranked in NJ Monthly's TOP 10.

As a Buyers Agent & Relocation professional, I can promise you:-

1. A quick understanding of your needs & wants.
2. Guide you to the MOST suitable areas & communities at your price point.
3. A team of Mortgage, inspection & attorney EXPERTS
4. A smooth & SEAMLESS experience.

Now IS the time to get started, before the Spring market arrives, as we are already moving with market activity & by Summer , BOTH, higher interest rates & prices are expected.

As an Accredited Buyer Representative, my buyer clients receive the Highest quality of Buyer Representation that keeps THEIR interests at the forefront before,during and After the transaction; ALL at NO COST to the Buyer.

Please review client recommendations on my Trulia profile & LinkedIn.

To set-up a No-obligation buyer consultation, please contact directly.

Shalu Thaman- Realtor,ePRO,SRES,ABR
Keller Williams Real Estate
Cell:- 609-577-5861
ShaluThaman(at)gmail.com
http://PrincetonHomeNJ.com
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Sat Jan 25, 2014
Galina Peterson answered:
Hello Rajat,

What would you like to know about 143 Einstein Way? I am a full-time real estate agent in Mercer County and would be happy to help you with this or any other home.

You can email me at galina.peterson@foxroach.com

Galina Peterson
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Thu Dec 5, 2013
Shalu Thaman answered:
The holidays are a great time to find a home at the right price and if you're looking to move before the Competitive buyer rush of the Spring 2014 market, there are quite a few other options available.

Consulting with a Local Area expert, will usually help a buyer discover options that they would not have otherwise considered, keeping the commute, schools, price and lifestyle needs in mind.

If you are a 1st time buyer, I highly recommend meeting with a Local area expert for the Central NJ area, rather than someone who just specializes in 1-2 communities, in order to maximize your buying opportunity.

It is also in YOUR Best Interest to work with a Buyer's Agent, who represents you exclusively.

Almost, all buyers I meet; and a large portion of my business IS centered on First time home buyers; have no idea that an agent represents the seller until a specific Buyer Agency is established.

Listing Agents work for the Seller & all of the information the buyer inadvertently shares with them, is shared with the seller, as that agents fiduciary obligation is to the seller.

The real value of a buyer's agent is in keeping your information on price, terms & motivation confidential so as to get you the home you like, at the best price possible.

If you are actively searching, and not currently represented by a Buyer's agent, please contact me directly to set up a no-obligation Consultation.

Shalu Thaman - Realtor,ePRO,ABR,SRES
Keller Williams Princeton Real Estate
Cell # 609.577.5861
Fax # 609.613.5907
http://PrincetonHomeNj.com
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Thu Dec 5, 2013
Shalu Thaman answered:
Hi Chandini,

The holidays are a great time to find a home at the right price and if you're looking to move before the Competitive buyer rush of the Spring 2014 market, there are quite a few other options available.

Consulting with a Local Area expert, will usually help a buyer discover options that they would not have otherwise considered, keeping the commute, schools, price and lifestyle needs in mind.

If you are a 1st time buyer, I highly recommend meeting with a Local area expert for the Central NJ area, rather than someone who just specializes in 1-2 communities, in order to maximize your buying opportunity.

It is also in YOUR Best Interest to work with a Buyer's Agent, who represents you exclusively.

Almost, all buyers I meet; and a large portion of my business IS centered on First time home buyers; have no idea that an agent represents the seller until a specific Buyer Agency is established.

Listing Agents work for the Seller & all of the information the buyer inadvertently shares with them, is shared with the seller, as that agents fiduciary obligation is to the seller.

The real value of a buyer's agent is in keeping your information on price, terms & motivation confidential so as to get you the home you like, at the best price possible.

If you are actively searching, and not currently represented by a Buyer's agent, please contact me directly to set up a no-obligation Consultation.

Shalu Thaman - Realtor,ePRO,ABR,SRES
Keller Williams Princeton Real Estate
Cell # 609.577.5861
Fax # 609.613.5907
http://PrincetonHomeNj.com
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Mon Dec 2, 2013
Taylorcray609 asked:
This question was asked from http://www.trulia.com/property/3137429840-22-School-Dr-Trenton-NJ-08618
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Tue Oct 15, 2013
Edith Karoline Jasser answered:
John below gave you a very good detailed explanation. It is recommendable to check if there are elevated Radon level in a home one intends to buy.... You have then as a buyer two choices to ask the
seller to have a company come in and have a radon reduction system installed, or you ask the seller
for a credit after getting estimates for it for that particular home, to have it done yourself before you move in, and have it retested. Most Buyers will want the Seller to do it, and then have it retested to
make sure.

And if it is a home that already has the system installed because they found higher levels of radon beforehand, then it just needs to be retested to make sure all is still fine, and it should then not
influence the market value much at all.
Except that the seller will have either have paid for the system before or will before the closing, or have to give the credit at closing for the buyers to have it installed by themselves.
Hope this helps


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Sun Oct 6, 2013
Shalu Thaman answered:
Hi

Market trends are LOCAL & cannot accurately be based on County or township.

It seems that you are interested in this property & wondering if it would be a sound purchase based on current & future trends.

The most experienced & knowledgable Real estate agents would address a response to such a question in a Consultative manner, after reviewing the financial & lifestyle needs of the client.

Please contact directly for an individualized response to your question:-

Shalu Thaman - Realtor,ePRO, ABR
Keller Williams Princeton Real Estate
Cell # 609.577.5861
Fax # 609.613.5907
http://PrincetonHomeNj.com
http://www.linkedin.com/in/shaluthaman
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Tue Aug 13, 2013
Rosie Miranda answered:
Call the transportation office of the Hamilton School system: (609) 631-4174.
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Wed Jul 31, 2013
Rosie Miranda answered:
I would have to agree. I'm currently looking for homes in the same area and the 1 full bath is a definite dealbreaker.
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