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Sun Oct 9, 2016
Mpaparella asked:
my kids hate the rain they wont even step in muddy grass even me the mom
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Wed Apr 13, 2016
Ladeda answered:
There is really thorough inspector in Tinton Falls, Inside & Out Home Inspection. I have a couple of friends that went with him and they were totally satisfied. He is especially helpful for first time home buyers. He previously had a construction company. ... more
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Fri Mar 25, 2016
Jay Moon asked:
Sat Aug 8, 2015
thinz answered:
Haven't heard of any dumps that were healthy. I think if I lived near one I'd be wearing an oxygen mask 24/7 just to be safe. Yes it affects values big time... foreclosures however may not be related given all the new condo/home buying that occurred in the 90's and Helocs that were processed for fancy stuff. But having a dump very close could seriously affect resales by the lender or even short sale purchases. Could be more of an opportunity for investors to buy and rent...but the banks are not discounting the foreclosures in the area like they did several years ago. Tom Hinz www.shortsaletosell.com ... more
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Wed Jul 29, 2015
Debra (Debbie) Rose answered:
What does your seller's disclosure ask? Many will ask if the home has ever been treated for something, or had remediation for something.


When in doubt, it's always good to disclose - and provide paperwork for any work that was done.

What us your agent advising you to do?.
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Wed Apr 29, 2015
Dan Tabit answered:
Nancy,
Your contract should contain dates by which the work is to be done of the funds are turned over to you to accomplish the task. If they weren't shame on whoever drew up the contract. Any contract needs to contain a what, where, when and what if it doesn't happen as anticipated clause. Read your agreement, talk to whoever drew it up and explore your options. ... more
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Thu Jan 15, 2015
Nancy Leavitt answered:
Hi Jill,

I'm sure I can help you! Feel free to contact me directly by clicking on my profile.

Nancy
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Thu Jan 15, 2015
Nancy Leavitt answered:
Hi there,

Whenever you have questions like this I always feel it is better to go directly to the source to get the best possible answer. Call your local office and ask to speak with the code official. They can answer all of your questions from the best perspective.

Nancy
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Mon Dec 22, 2014
Myersjulie31 answered:
I've always really liked how recessed lighting looks, just because it makes the lighting look more natural. I would think that the price would depend on first, who you get to install them, and then secondly what kind of lights to use. Since replacing lights in recessed lighting can be difficult I would suggest using LED lighting so that they last longer! http://crisptech.com.au/lumigen/downlights ... more
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Sun Feb 16, 2014
Maria answered:
I am also looking in the area. What is the exact address of the landfill? Thanks!
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Thu Sep 12, 2013
Ahsan Zia answered:
We have our townhouse available for rent in Park Place. Please contact for details at 732.610.2733. Thanks!
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Wed May 8, 2013
Scott Godzyk answered:
3-4 years is a long time. If you have a need for it while you are there then by all means replace it. Fencing is unique in that it can and in some cases does not add value. It does add to desire by the buyer. No fence is better than a rotten fence unless a fence is required due to a pool , kids or pets. ... more
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Tue Apr 30, 2013
Joan Congilose answered:
The best realtor to choose to market your home will be the Realtor that will be proactive in marketing your home and actively seek buyers for your home to get you the highest and best price. You also want to choose an office that is busy. I take a proactive approach and my listings sell. In the past 30 days my office has taken 95 new listings, 85 homes have gone under contract and 49 homes have closed. I'd love to add your home to our list. of satisfied customers. Feel free to call me!

Joan Congilose CRS,GRI,CDPE, e-Pro
Broker/ Sales Associate
RE/MAX Central Manalapan
Office (732) 972-1000 ext:364
Cell (732) 232-5277
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Sun Mar 17, 2013
Diane Vanvliet answered:
Hi...


Time is of the essence..If all goes well you can secure a loan within 45 to 60 days....I would be happy to recommend a mort. Broker...Summer rentals are going to be at a premium because of Sandy..

I would be happy to work with you to find a property or rental to fit your needs. Asap

Diane
Heritage House Sotheby's International Realty
732 859 2376
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Wed Aug 17, 2011
Tim Moore answered:
I have been involved in 3 inspections with a thermal imaging device. It is a neat gizmo, but the operator needs to really know what they are doing or you end up opening up walls for no reason. It did find a tiny tiny leak that did not even produce a wet spot but when the ceiling was opened up - there it was dripping slowly and had been for years. ... more
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Thu Dec 16, 2010
rich and virginia answered:
If you take a home equity line of credit, you never have to close it. You just take the money when you are ready to buy, and pay it back when you sell, then take it again for the next investment. I have a client right now who does that. The nice thing is that with each purchase and sale there are, or should be, profits! So you can eventually, if you so desire, you just use the cash from your accumulated profits. I am really good at finding these properties, since I have worked with so many investors. Let's get in touch directly and do some business! ... more
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Mon Oct 18, 2010
Jeanne Feenick answered:
If the listing broker agrees, be sure that the release is "unconditional". That way should you choose to list again you can do it without running the risk of owing two brokers commission, that would be an "ugh!"

If they refuse to cancel, the good news is that December will soon be here.

Good luck to you,
Jeanne Feenick
Unwavering Commitment to Service
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Wed Oct 6, 2010
Graziella Caruso answered:
Hello Barb

The condo in Fox chase is closed and it closed for $220,000. I have a townhouse on Mainbraid Court and the owner is very motivated. I have it listed for 249900. He is very negoitable. This could be a great deal if you are still looking. Call me or email me and I will send you the listing. Grace Caruso Better Homes 201-658-8324 ... more
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Sat Mar 6, 2010
Deborah Madey answered:
Christian,

Sorry to hear this. I, too, am surprised this made it past both the Realtor and the mortgage rep.

Here is another link that addresses FAQ for FHA Condo purchases.......I thought it might be helpful for you to read through these

http://www.hud.gov/offices/hsg/sfh/faqs/atl1val.cfm

http://www.hud.gov/offices/hsg/sfh/condo/faqs_condo.pdf

In circumstances where a property fails to appraise up to the purchase price, it could fail and be terminated. More often, the buyer and seller reach some agreement and the transaction goes forward. It cold require you to bring additional funds for the downpayment, or the purchase price could be renegotiated or some combo of the above.

Best of Luck!!
Deborah "Deb" Madey
Peninsula Realty Group
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