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Pequannock : Real Estate Advice

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Sat Aug 31, 2013
Joan Congilose answered:
Do your homework beforehand, call FEMA or look on their website for additional information about flooding on that street, call your insurance company and ask them what additional costs you will need to pay per year for flood insurance and talk to some neighbors on that street and ask them about their experiences living there during harsh weather. ... more
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Mon Aug 26, 2013
Don Tepper answered:
Check with your Realtor. He/she should be able to advise you.
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Tue Apr 24, 2012
Jacques Ambron answered:
Commission rates can not be openly discussed on open forums by licensed individuals. That being said, when you look for a broker, perhaps the commission rates is not as important as the services and results you can expect. There is such a thing as value. Is it more valuable to pay a higher commission and get your property handled correctly and with maximum reults?

Best of luck
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Sun Jul 18, 2010
Victor Kaminski answered:
I know this question is old already but any updates?

And... What did you mean by your 3 yrs free of mortgage is in July?

I just found that odd and was wondering what you were talking about. ... more
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Tue Nov 11, 2008
Janet Larsen answered:

In addition to the other responses, if this is a home you are interested in purchasing, your agent can find out if the present home owner is paying flood insurance. Although, flood zones do change, that is one way to find out. If you are applying for a mortgage, the mortgage company will generally require a flood certification as well. ... more
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