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Home Buying in Randolph : Real Estate Advice

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Fri May 6, 2016
Maria Tsabrova Buyers Rebate answered:
As I can see you are moving from Madison. What would be your major motivation? It is a great school district.. Randolph would be a more rural area in some parts - you can see homes with septic and well which is perfectly fine if well taken care of. Prices definitely more affordable over there then Madison!
Feel free to reach out to me. I would share some info on my program for buyer closing costs coverage. I pay upto 2% of selling price from my commission to my buyers at closing. Maria 862-262-5869
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Sat Nov 8, 2014
Irene P. Heuneman, CRS, GRI answered:
I see that you have posted your question in January, 2014. Possibly, by now, you have settled into your new home and new community. If not, I would be happy to assist you with your home search. I have been listing and selling real estate for 29 years in Morris and Essex Counties, N.J. I hold advanced degrees in real estate, which helps me to assist my customers and clients, so that they can buy their American Dream. Feel free to check out my web site at: www.IreneHeunemanHomes.com or please email me at: iheuneman@weichert.com. You can also reach out to me on my cell at 973-476-8761.

I actually have a new listing in Randolph. It is a beautiful totally renovated ranch home on a quiet, residential street. Let me know if you are still looking to relocate.

I am with Weichert Realtors, in Morristown, N.J.
Look forward to hearing from you. Irene P. Heuneman, CRS,GRI,BPO
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Mon Feb 24, 2014
Teri Danahey answered:
Still looking for a good contractor? I recommend Greg Kaltnecker who lives in Randolph and specializes in decks, basements and additions. He does not, however, paint nor do carpeting. If you would like Greg's number or the names of painters or carpet guys, please contact me via email: Teri.D@PrudentialNewJersey.com ... more
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Tue Nov 19, 2013
Lee Schaffer answered:
I highly recommend Mak Aronowitz in Morris Plains on Speedwell Avenue.
He can be reached at 973-263-5800.
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Wed Jan 2, 2013
Kenneth Verbeyst answered:
a long painfull process of negotiating with seller, bank, local health department at the very least. Short sales are difficult enough. Unless you are an investor with knowledge, contacts and ability to address issues I would advise other wise. You could spend quite a bit of time and money only to not purchase. ... more
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Sat Mar 24, 2012
Lisa Shaw answered:
Randolph is Wonderful AND Randolph is MY TOWN!

I have been a RESIDENT of Randolph with my husband and 4 children for 22 years.
I also have been a very active, award winning AGENT with my office in Randolph for over 12 years.

I know this town inside and out, and can't wait to tell you everything about this great place - the different areas, schools, sports activities, organizations, parks, trails and so much more!

I'd also like to tell you about the real estate activity going on here in Randolph, and in the rest of Morris County - my county for my entire life!

Please call/email me and I'd love to give you all the details and answer all your questions.
Looking forward to hearing from you.
LISA SHAW, Re/Max House Values -400 RT. 10 West, Randolph, NJ 07869 cell# 973-229-4889
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Wed Sep 14, 2011
David Chiles answered:
Thanks for your question about finding out more information on a possible foreclosure property. Call a few real estate agents who specialize in foreclosure and tell them the property address. A good agent should be able to get more information for you. RealtyTrac lists the same information that the courts do, however, they are more organized than most governments, so they may have more information. I recommend submitting a request for an agent to contact you from their website. ... more
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Tue Jun 14, 2011
Sherrin Martinez answered:
HI Prozario,

My office is actually located in Randolph and we specialize in bank owned properties. We happen to have many foreclosure listings within the morris county area. Are you an Investor or are you looking for your primary residence? If you are interested in a list of these types of homes give me a call or email me. 973-997-5296. ... more
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Wed Aug 11, 2010
David Chiles answered:
Thank you for your question about a home that is in foreclosure. The best way to get more information is to contact a local agent.

The Foreclosure process starts when a homeowner cannot pay the mortgage and ends when the home is resold.

The three stages of Foreclosure are: Pre-Foreclosure, Auction, and REO/Bank Owned.

Pre-Foreclosure is the time period a homeowner has to repay the delinquent amount of the mortgage.

If a homeowner does not pay the mortgage the home is auctioned

If the bids do not meet the reserve the lien holder (bank) reclaims the property and it becomes a Bank Owned REO.
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Sun Jul 18, 2010
Victor Kaminski answered:
Rates can vary widely but when looking for the best rates and comparing two competitive lenders I don't think you'll see much difference between the two. Also take into consideration who is charging junk fees they don't need to be but can.

A good rule is to look at the two lenders and if one comes back to you again now promising a rate he couldn't give before because of a new program that miraculously appeared overnight, I'd say avoid that guy like the plague.

For the most part most mortgage reps are honest, just like realtors but at the same token don't let yourself be taken by the one that isn't as a sucker.
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