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Thu Jun 11, 2015
Leonajulli answered:
It depends. In some places it's customary for the seller to pay for the owners title policy but not the lender policy. In real estate just about everything is negotiable.

The title insurance policy is for the buyer and/or their lender. The buyer can opt to ask the seller to pay their closing costs and closing costs could include title insurance. Otherwise, buying title insurance is the responsibility of the buyer.

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Mon Jun 23, 2014
Jessica Leale answered:
Hi Jeff, Many different factors will come into play when trying to figure out what your property taxes will be. Its quite hard to give an average without knowing square footage, lot size, upgrades, garages, etc. To give you an idea, I currently have listed a 3 bedroom town home in the Robbinsville Town Center and it had a 2013 tax bill of $10,227. If you need any further information on Robbinsville and the surrounding area please feel free to e-mail me at ... more
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Sat Sep 18, 2010
Joyce Begg answered:
Homes over $600,000 seem to be on the market 60 days to 120 days depending on condition and location.
Homes under $600 average days on the market 60 to 90 days can be more depending on location, condition and price.

Good luck you can contact me if you need more information.

Joyce Begg
Weidel Realtors
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cell 609-818-0692 ext 203
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Thu Aug 19, 2010
Adc answered:
The schools in Robbinsville will be getting a boost in ratings because the incoming superintendent was previously in a number of key administrative positions in West Windsor School District. ... more
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Wed Jan 20, 2010
Neil Paul and Kathy Paul answered:
Absolutely depends on the original asking price and how motivated the seller is. If the listing is over priced, then the actual selling price tends to be lower than if the original asking price is on target. Even in todays market, bidding wars can still happen if the seller prices the home correctly. ... more
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