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Tue Apr 18, 2017
Cotsono Domingo asked:
Title Search revealed judgments against seller in far excess of sale proceeds. Seller's attorney is requesting title company and/or Buyer's attorney contact seller's previous…
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Tue Jan 3, 2017
Darlene Johnson asked:
My name is Irv Johnson and I am real estate agent with weichert. My listing of 180 Country Club Blvd. Little Egg Harbor NJ has the expired agent's name on the listing and her phone…
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Mon May 30, 2016
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Sat Feb 7, 2015
Jeanne Feenick answered:
Just one opinion ---- an aspect that reduces the buyer pool at resale may impact value when the time comes to sell. With a non-age restricted property, you will appeal to a larger buyer pool when that time comes. ... more
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Sun Dec 21, 2014
internationalr asked:
Which home will give you a higher rate of return through the year's, approx 20 year's living there.?
Is there a higher rate of return, ...Senior development VS Regular homes???
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Sun Dec 21, 2014
internationalr asked:
% of return on your property, per township.
Ball park: What will your home be worth in 20 - 30 years?
Is there a better rate of return of your property in certain township?
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Sat Dec 20, 2014
internationalr asked:
Per dollar,which is cost affect?
Senior develop approx 2-3 time the value 10-20 year's....OR
Regular house...approx 5-10 time the value in 10-20 year's
Example : Senior Dev price 300,000.…
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Fri Dec 6, 2013
Shalu Thaman answered:
Hi Pamela,

The Community guidelines of designated 55+ Active Adult communities do not allow for occupants to be below the age of 18.
Please check the specific community rules for any exceptions.

Shalu Thaman
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Thu Nov 21, 2013
Bev & Bob Meaux answered:
You have a lot of insight here already. Did they help? General contracts allow for 3 business day attorney review and for real estate, opinion 26 provides overview of client rights.
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Fri May 24, 2013
Christine Hubal answered:
Hi Lisa,

The probability of your loan being approved is not related to the additional documentation requested by the lender. It is very common for banks to come back and request additional documentation throughout the approval process. Key factors of approval are credit score, income, current debt, etc. In the current lending environment, banks are very thorough, and require extremely detailed information on your current financial status. Good luck with your home purchase!

Christine Hubal
Licensed Real Estate Associate
The Van Dyk Group
12800 Long Beach Blvd.
Beach Haven Terrace, NJ 08008
OFFICE: (609) 492-1511
CELL: (609)954-9025
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Wed May 1, 2013
Laura Giannotta answered:
Wed Jul 18, 2012
Frank Gilligan answered:
I live on the water in Bayville and know the area with over 28+ Years of Full Time Experience. Agents from Barnegat south will say that mosquitoes and flys exist everywhere. When they tell you that ask them why their are no black boxes to control the problem north of Barnegat. Your honest Realtor. give me a call on my cell.

Re/max Elite
Frank Gilligan
Office 732-870-6300
Please call my cell 732-539-8668
444 Ocean Boulevard North
Long Branch, NJ 07740
Licensed salesperson, NJ
Over 28+ Years of Full Time Experience
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Fri Jul 29, 2011
Bankruptcy answered:
Is this the beginning of the foreclosure process or near the end?
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Thu Nov 11, 2010
Ellen Dandrow answered:
Hi Jimmy. Congratulations! Purchasing a home in Little Egg Harbor that requires flood insurance, you surely do need an elevation certificate. It should be on the survey, which you or your attorney must have ordered. Check with the surveyor to see if they included it, if not call them back and say you need it. They have all this information at hand, and that informarion determines the price of your flood insurance.

You can call the prior homeowners Flood Insurance Co, thats not a problem, but check out a few other local companies as well to do a comparison. Good luck!
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Sat Aug 29, 2009
Voices Member answered:
The Question that is not clear is this...

Does a person in all honesty need to use an agent to get their home on Trulia.

Example...It is my understanding anyone can subscribe to Trulia Pro, you do not have to be a Agent or in the Industry (Is this true).
Could I then place my home on Trulia to sell? (Is this accurate or true?)

Sure there is no FSBO category or FSBO splashed across the ad but would I be able to place the property on Trulia because I subscribe to Trulia Pro?

The question is simple even though the explanations tend to be complicated...

The only way to place a property on Trulia is using an Agent? (True or not)
Can anyone subscribe to Trulia Pro? (True or not)
Can they then place a property to sell on the site? (True or not)

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Tue Aug 5, 2008
Gregory Bain answered:
When David says, "find the right agent to assist you in the process of selling and buying", he means ME!

ha ha, David this old post has lots of available agent assistance mentioned. I might as well mention me. See ya caravan. ... more
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