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Market Conditions in Mount Laurel : Real Estate Advice

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Mon May 19, 2014
Desmond Hosey answered:
No. Mount Laurel is a middle class to upper middle class area. Everything around this area tends to be pricier, so someone who doesn't have the means would have a difficult time living around these parts. ... more
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Sun Apr 14, 2013
Barbara Smith answered:
There are no real estate taxes paid on this home by the homeowner. It is a mobile home so you own the actual home and pay a fee monthly for land rent, but the owner of the park retains ownership of the land your home is on and pays the taxes as such. This particular neighborhood offers other amenities such as a swimming pool and club house.

It is a well maintained community and the community owners/managers do screen new residents before allowing a purchase in the neighborhood..

Please contact me to see this home or any others in the area you may be interested in.

Best of Luck,

Barbara Smith
ABR, GRI, SFR
Weichert Realtors
609-980-7593
BarbSmith321@gmail.com
"Voted 5 Star Professional" Top Realtor in Mt. Laurel
by Phila Magazine Sept. 2012"
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Thu Mar 14, 2013
Bill Eckler answered:
There are no exception.....either the owner of renter upon agreement must remain current with these fees.

Bill
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Sat May 26, 2012
Jodi Schwarzl answered:
The weather is usually warm in the summer months from June to sometimes September, the cooler in the Spring and Fall. Winters vary from cold to freezing depending on the luck of the season.

I would be glad to help you find your new home here in South Jersey. Please check out my website

www.JodiSellsRealEstate.com
215-275-7301
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Wed Oct 5, 2011
Mary Petti answered:
Aohnew

It could be anywhere from $150/SF for basic construction to $400/SF + for top of the line construction (like including decorative woodwork, high end appliances/fixtures, paver patios etc. NOT including the cost of the land.
If its vacant land there is also the cost of bringing the gas/sewer, electric from the street to the house (usually per linear foot and the cost of permits and inspections.
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