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Sun Jul 19, 2015
Tinkerbellonthebeach asked:
My wife is a us citizen and i have an ead and valid ssn. We are looking to buy our first home, however my wife doesn't work. My income is good enough to afford a home. Both our credits…
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Thu Jan 9, 2014
Aaron and Cheree Tiry answered:
Have you checked out the "rent" section at the top of Trulia? There may be something in there. Otherwise you could also check Craigslist.com to see what they have for posted for rentals. ... more
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Wed Aug 7, 2013
Andrea answered:
im looking for a 3 bedroom aprt in the ironbound section of newark for 1.500
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Sun Jun 2, 2013
Ronald Sheedy answered:
Hi,

Give me a call at your convenience and I would be happy to discuss your real estate needs with you in further detail.

Ron Sheedy
(732) 239-7452
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Tue Sep 4, 2012
Paulo Quintela answered:
Hi Veronica
Please share link or address at least so i can look it up for you.


Best Regards,

Paulo Quintela
EXIT Realty Lucky Associates
290 Ferry St - Newark NJ 07105
Cell 908-962-8047 Office 973-817-7700
Pquintela@hotmail.com
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Tue Aug 4, 2009
Leon & Delretha De Vose answered:
I have such a listing now in the Clinton Hill section. The house is every bit worth it, but the price is at least 20% beyond its most likely sale price.

Part of the pricing of the property is conformity. How well does the property conform to the surrounding inventory. You are right in saying that most who want an upscale home will look in a more upscale community. Conformity is related very closely to situs, i.e., "location, location, location." A 2M contemporary in even a $2M Victorian community will lose market value. However, consider this. While your neighbor may lose some value because of the surrounding stock, the surrounding stock is gaining in value because of your neighbor!

I just looked at the clock and saw the time. You're lucky. I can be really long-winded! I love what I do!
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Tue Jan 1, 2008
John Davis answered:
Its a great questions, but i'm wondering are you updating or fixing the bathroom?

Let me clarify.

Updating would mean the bathroom needs to be brought up to date with todays bathroom standards (ie no formica). This would involved in some cases gutting the bathroom and starting from scratch, but you want to make sure that the materials you use complement the rest of your house.

Fixing would mean fixtures or other entities of the bathroom need to be fixed and depending on the extent of damage in many cases you can zip over to home depot or hire a general contractor.

In either case I would start with a home depot or lowes representative as picking their brains can be helpful.!

Good Luck, let me know if i can help!

John Davis, Realtor
RE/MAX VILLAGE SQUARE
Direct: 973-944-5038
Office: 973-509-2222 x174

www.njpads.com

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