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Home Buying in Roxbury : Real Estate Advice

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Mon Mar 10, 2014
Catskill Dream Team answered:
Roxbury is a vibrant historic village with something for everyone! Great restaurants, an authentic General store, state of the art Lodging at "The Roxbury", hiking, playgrounds, The Roxbury Arts Group...even the Eight-Track Museum!

Outstanding hiking, biking, golf and skiing can all be enjoyed within the township. But.... it also is the perfect place for folks who enjoying the simple pleasure of sitting on a porch and watching the world go by : )

There are many nice reasons to enjoy Roxbury Run. Of course you know about the pool, tennis courts etc.... but think about this... how nice is it to not have to shovel out your car and plow the driveway!!

I am an agent with Keller Williams and would love to show you around this great community. (BTW - love Montclair. My cousin has a yoga studio there).
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Mon Oct 28, 2013
Reginald Oberlag answered:
Most real estate transaction in the area are handled by the four attys in Margaretville. They are all 4 good at it and I've worked with all of them. Gary Rosa, Dennis Metnick, Carey Wagner and John Fairbairn. ... more
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Sat Mar 5, 2011
Spirit Messingham answered:
This is up to you and your tolerance for risk; it is nearly the same for any commodity. For example you ever hear the saying "You can't catch a falling knife?" in reference to stocks? I believe TIME is a big factor in investing, if you have the time and it is not only a "buyers" market but a good time for you personally to buy, you should speak with a lender to get pre-approve and find out about Investor Rates (they are higher than what you pay for your primary residence). Then talk with your CPA for tax ramifications (yes, you will pay tax if you rent it out) or capital gains if you flip in within X amount of time. Finally, I would then consult your financial consultant or talk with one if you do not currently have one to see what other ideas they have for you as an investment option.

Just a couple of ideas and options for you to explore. Best of luck.
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