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Fritz Walter, Real Estate Pro in Milford, CT
Wed Aug 28, 2013
Fritz Walter answered:
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Leonard Duni…, Real Estate Pro in Rumson, NJ
Sat Jan 12, 2013
Leonard Dunikoski answered:
Judy, right now there aren't any ranches listed for sale on Manor Drive itself. However, I've sent you listing sheets for several nearby ranches that may interest you.

With 16 offices in Monmouth and Ocean Counties, Diane Turton Realtors has this area covered. I or any of our other Realtors would be happy to work with you.

Leonard "Len" Dunikoski, GRI
Realtor Associate
Diane Turton Realtors - Rumson Office
8 West River Road
Rumson, NJ 07760

(732) 239-0739 cell - (732) 530-6686 office

ldunikoski@dianeturton.com
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Leonard Duni…, Real Estate Pro in Rumson, NJ
Sat Jan 12, 2013
Leonard Dunikoski answered:
Tom, the NJ Department of Education rates schools by what they call "District Factor Groups" or DFGs. They give a letter grade to each town's schools from A (lowest) to J (highest), and you can find the complete list (by county) here: http://www.state.nj.us/education/finance/sf/dfg90.shtml

The Ocean Township schools are rated "G/H", which is the 2nd highest rating given in Monmouth County. As you'll see on the state's web site, Monmouth County has several "I" districts, but no "J" districts. You should be very happy with Ocean's schools if that's where you decide to move. I don't know what price range you're considering, but I personally like the Oakhurst area. Text me or email me if you;d like some more specific suggestions.

Leonard "Len" Dunikoski, GRI
Realtor Associate
Diane Turton Realtors - Rumson Office
8 West River Road
Rumson, NJ 07760

(732) 239-0739 cell (732) 530-6686 office
ldunikoski@dianeturton.com

http://www.rumsonfairhavenhome.com
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Deborah Madey, Real Estate Pro in Brick, NJ
Wed Nov 14, 2012
Deborah Madey answered:
I am unsure of what you mean by "Did anything happen there?"

Prior insurance claims for damage or losses are checked by insurance carriers in CLUE reports and also A Plus.


Permits for construction, when required, are issued by local municipalities.

Tax records include the year it was built and are available through county and municipality records.

Prior liens and easements are maintained at a county level. While one can do their own research, the industry leaves this search to the professionals who are skilled at title search.

Prior sales history and title transfers are also available through title searches. One can find some of that information through tax records also.
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Diane Vanvli…,  in New Jersey
Fri Aug 24, 2012
Diane Vanvliet answered:
Hi

I would love to help you find the perfect retirement ranch. Please call me at your convenience ,

Thank you,

Diane. 732 859 2376
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Mark McDonald, Real Estate Pro in Asbury Park, NJ
Fri Apr 16, 2010
Mark McDonald answered:
Hi Jim. I've had several short sales recently, and I understand your question. The basic answer is No. You do not change the status to Under Contract, until it is truly Under Contract. I've started securing pre-approval by the lending institution before I even have an offer received. This saves a significant amout of time by getting the back to just agree that the would be willing to accept a short sale in the first place. Good luck ... more
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Gregory Bain,  in Ocean County, NJ
Sat Jun 27, 2009
Gregory Bain answered:
that's a good question. I would guess it would have to do with the contractor being able to access the area with his equipment. Then I would bet there is a difference in you are willing to accept as "removal" and the township code at the construction department. Did you mean "fill it in" or dismatle and return the area to like condition before the pool was installed? Either way I would check with the township on what they say is acceptable and then contact a few "excavators" in the area. Most inground pools have a lot of concrete patio areas that you would want removed with the pool. ... more
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