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Wed Mar 4, 2015
lewisremington19 asked:
I am needing to get some of the windows in my house replaced. They are about 30 years old and are looking fairly beat-up. Does anyone know what the average flat-rate for window installation…
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Thu Apr 17, 2014
Gtmahajan asked:
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Tue Jan 28, 2014
Jeannine Devaney asked:
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Wed Dec 18, 2013
Keith Radhuber answered:
Thu Feb 7, 2013
Andrew Tisellano answered:
Hi

This is not a foreclosure. this is only 1 of the 70% of home owners that a behind in payments. fo ra list of foreclosures contact me.
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Thu Jan 31, 2013
John Sacktig answered:
Steve,

A "pre foreclosure" just means that the ower missed a few payments (3). and the ad reads - "Notice of Default. This property has started the foreclosure process because a loan secured by the property is in default. The borrower/homeowner still has the opportunity to stop the foreclosure by catching up on defaulted payments or paying off the entire loan balance"

The house would probably not sell for the $259k outstanding mortgage or even reach the point.. the area is a 400k to 500k in pricing and it would probably sell as a short sale before even getting to the foreclosure point.

All that a "pre-foreclosure" on these sites is the bank selling the late payment information as a "lis Pendens" to "Realty Trac" or whatever inital company they used, so they can sell their service to you.. this may never come close to even being on the market.

You need to really read the post which also reads... "Please register for a free trial with RealtyTrac to access complete information for this property, including full address"

Usually after signing up and giving a credit card.. "there is no further information on this property"
Then people come to Trulia Q&A and try to get some information for free... crazy stuff, eh?

Best bet here is if you are really interested o the house, go knock on the door and get the answer from the homeowner.


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If you are loking for foreclosures and short sles, give a call and I can see what is available in the area that you are lookijg and see if there are any buys going on...
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Wed Mar 7, 2012
Francesca Patrizio answered:
Rehab,

Bottom line, is that "Adult community" means that you must be 55+ to purchase. It is typically an organized development that has a clubhouse and amenities and events that cater to those that are 55+. I can say so much more, but will stop here. 33% of my business is in Adult communities so if you would like more info please do not hesitate to contact me direct,

ssincerely,
Francesca Patrizio, Broker Sales Associate, ePro, SRES
Gloria Nilson Realtors, Real Living
Francesca@PatrizioRE.com
732.606.2931 (Direct/Cell)
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Thu Jan 5, 2012
aldannoo asked:
Optional details about your question

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Fri Sep 30, 2011
Francesca Patrizio answered:
Tra2671,

In a decling market it is rarely a good iea d to enter into a contradt with an option to buy as the market value today may be $100k, but tomorrow $75 and you will be held to the oriignal asking price of $100k.

As for the property to which u refer, as far as I can see it it not on the open market and the owners still have the option of "catching up with payment to keep their investment". If not, it will go to auction. Have u ever been to an auction? If not be advised, that you are up against major players who do this stuff for a living and come with cash. You will also inheret any and all liens against the property should u pruchase it in foreclosure, so therefore if u acquire it for $100k and it has $40k of lines that is your responsiblity. As a result, it is best advied that you not only do a home inpsection, but a title search before you attend an auction as it is not the Sheriff's obligation to advise you of any liens . . . any prior due diligence is up to you. Yada, Yada, Yada, I can go on and on, but it appears that this property is waaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaay underpriced and I am sure tha bank will demand a starting point of $200k.

Francesca Patrizio, broker Sales Associate, ePro, SRES
Francesca@Patrziore.com
732.606.2931 (24/7)

P.S. I am not in the marrket for these types of sales as they net little income with baeu coup work on the part of the REaltor, but I can refer you to others that would be happy to oblige.
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Fri Jul 22, 2011
Chin4us asked:
We are a solar company, looking to cooperate with land owner in NJ.

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Thu Nov 5, 2009
Susan Geiger answered:
Hi Gary,
This townhome closed on 10/23/09 for $205,000.
If you are interested in any other properties, please contact me so I can start a search for you.
Susan Geiger
732-259-0149 cell
Coldwell Banker- Holmdel
susan.geiger@cbmoves.com
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Sat Jul 4, 2009
Jeanne Feenick answered:
Hi ZT, your question is neither difficult or stupid - any question is a good one. Let's start with the location questin backing to Route 18 - the fact is any location matter that is causing you pause will do the same to future prospective buyers when the time comes to sell. I'm quite sure that this aspect of the property is affecting its price and the time it is taking for it to sell. Expect the same to be true when you go to sell.

Having said that, there is a buyer for every home - and price cures everything. My suggestion is to understand these dynamics and how they may affect you in the future and build it into your negotiations so that you get the very best price you can.

Now on to what that price should be - here is where you need the services of a good local agent. She/he can construct a well thought out pricing analysis which will guide your evaluation and bidding. Done properly, it is a powerful tool. I do it routinely for my buyers for any property under consideration.

Good luck to you!
Best,
Jeannie Feenick
"Unwavering Commitment to Service"
Search the MLS at www.feenick.com
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Fri Jul 3, 2009
Amber Noble Garland answered:
Hello ZT:

Many of the homes on Sandburg Dr. were built in the late 1960's. That section of Marlboro is still considered Marlboro, and the area is known as the Whittier Oaks WEST section.

The great thing about Marlboro Township is that it has appeals to mature adults, as well as young families and single people. So yes, I'd venture to say Marlboro has become kid-friendly for the most part in every area.

If you're looking for Marlboro Township homes built in the late 1970's and beyond, I'd like to suggest the Whittier Oaks EAST section located near Gordon's Corner Rd.

Click this link to see the attractive home I just listed in Whittier Oaks EAST >>>>> http://amberlovesrealestate.com/view-my-listings.asp?listing_id=1110630744

http://www.realtor.com/realestateandhomes-detail/8-Kingston-Ter_Marlboro_NJ_07746_1110630744


All the best,
Amber

AMBER NOBLE-GARLAND
Weichert Realtors
455 Route 9 South
Manalapan, NJ 07726
917-723-5645-cell
732-831-6176-private fax

http://www.AmberLovesRealEstate.com

"Your Reliable Resource For NJ Real Estate, Local Info & More"
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Fri Jul 3, 2009
Amber Noble Garland answered:
Hi ZT:

The home you're inquiring about is located at 55 Enclosure Dr. in Morganville, NJ (off Texas Rd. behind Point de Jardin townhomes).

This home sold June 12, 2008 for $415,000. It is a lovely home but it only has 3 bedrooms and there is no basement. Therefore, it's very different in size, features, # of bedrooms and upgrades compared to the other home you inquired about at 63 Enclosure Dr.

Here's a fabulous 5-bedroom on a secluded cul de sac home I just listed in Morganville -->> http://www.realtor.com/realestateandhomes-detail/Monmouth-County_NJ_07751_1110658837

Please let me know if you need assistance with finding the a home you'll love in Marlboro Township or any of the surrounding areas.

All the best,
Amber

AMBER NOBLE-GARLAND
Weichert Realtors
455 Route 9 South
Manalapan, NJ 07726
917-723-5645-cell
732-831-6176-private fax

http://www.AmberLovesRealEstate.com

"Your Reliable Resource For NJ Real Estate, Local Info & More"
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Wed Jun 10, 2009
Amber Noble Garland answered:
Hi Brianne:

I just received the direct email you sent me....thanks a million!

I will am sending you additional info about 20 John St., as well as the other listings you requested.

If you are looking for similar affordably priced homes in the Morganville (Marlboro Township) areas, I'd like to suggest you consider this one I have listed for $335,000 here in Marlboro Township http://www.trulia.com/property/36140867-248-Boundary-Rd-Marl…

If you are a first-time homebuyer and you meet certain income criteria, you might also be eligible for a NON-REFUNDABLE $8,000 tax credit that the US government is offering nationwide.


Thanks again,

Amber

AMBER NOBLE-GARLAND
Weichert Realtors (Marlboro office)
455 Route 9 South
Manalapan, NJ 07726
917-723-5645-cell
732-831-6176-private fax

http://www.AmberLovesRealEstate.com
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Wed Jun 10, 2009
Amber Noble Garland answered:
Good Morning Brianne:

Actually, the 1st photo with the brown & tan front and the "blue" mailbox is the correct photo.

If you are looking for similar affordably priced homes in the Morganville (Marlboro Township) areas, I'd like to suggest you consider this one I have listed for $335,000 here in Marlboro Township http://www.trulia.com/property/36140867-248-Boundary-Rd-Marlboro-NJ-07746

If you are a first-time homebuyer and you meet certain income criteria, you might also be eligible for a NON-REFUNDABLE $8,000 tax credit that the US government is offering nationwide.

I can also send you listings of various other homes that would meet your criteria. Interested? If so, please email me directly, and I'll get them to you ASAP.


All the best,
Amber

AMBER NOBLE-GARLAND
Weichert Realtors (Marlboro office)
455 Route 9 South
Manalapan, NJ 07726
917-723-5645-cell
732-831-6176-private fax

http://www.AmberLovesRealEstate.com
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Mon May 4, 2009
Gail and JoAnna answered:
Hi Lily,

As a follow up to your question, I thought you might be interested in this new listing in the Enclosure. Looks like a nice home.

http://mls.momls.com/MonmouthReports/listings.asp?ID=9535156641

~ JoAnna
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