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Warren County : Real Estate Advice

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Tue Jun 20, 2017
Renukaushal answered:
Hi like to know how can I buy a home that is section 8
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Thu Apr 27, 2017
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Mon Mar 13, 2017
Sheri Russo answered:
Ummm well.... I have lived in Warren County on and off for over 10 years now. I live in Belvidere. You're pretty much limited in Warren County. Though if you move up to Phillipsburg, you're close to some larger PA cities that may have what you need. Warren county is mostly farming with a few small Victorian towns scattered here and there. Blairstown I am not too sure about what they have but it is larger than my town, Belvidere, which is the county seat. We don't even have a large chain grocery store here anymore. Warren County is inexpensive to live but you have to drive anywhere to find anything. You may want to give Hunterdon County a good look if you are really looking for entertainment. ... more
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Mon Jan 16, 2017
Lesliebean11 answered:
Hi Tanya, I'm wondering myself how one could go about buying free or extremely low cost housing.. I don't think the fixed income would matter as long as you bought a home within your budget. I also don't think it would be an ethical thing to do if it were possible. There are so many good hearted people doing more than their fair share to carry the burden of others... working nights, weekends, and holidays away from their families. They are the ones paying the taxes that go towards the living expenses of those who don't make those sacrifices. A lot of those paying for the cost of others healthcare, food stamps, and section 8 can't afford to buy healthcare, groceries, or homes for themselves. Why is that? I know each case is different. But.. Our system is flawed. So is our government. So is our people. It's time we all stop depending on, and/or supporting the system that by design leaves us all impoverished, meanwhile the 1% has the large majority of the worlds funds. I'll just leave this right here for everyone to think about. ... more
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Thu Dec 8, 2016
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Sat Oct 1, 2016
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Fri Jul 22, 2016
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Fri Jul 1, 2016
Molly87870 answered:
We are looking too but find some big homes with high taxes are behind some run down homes. No idea why taxes are so high or what the area offers to the taxpayer. Someone mentioned a transit strike could be a problem here and we like to go to NYC, so that is also a concern. We didn't find much in the way of good markets, seems a long drive - so we ask some of these questions..... did you ever move to Hackettstown or Mt. Olive? What can you tell us? ... more
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Fri Jul 1, 2016
Molly87870 asked:
There are big homes that are on a street behind really run down homes, yet taxes are high. Why? What does this area offer the taxpayer? How far are the nearest good markets, Whole Foods…
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Fri Apr 15, 2016
Kevan Pewitt answered:
This is a forum answered by other real estate agents and brokers. Trulia does not monitor it or answer questions here. You as a real estate agent can setup an account here on Trulia and either capture your listings from a MLS feed or post them yourself. It is possible that your broker does not participate with Trulia, so I would also check with them. ... more
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Thu Mar 31, 2016
Hallecannon asked:
We live in a house my husbands grandfather owns. With his permission is there a way to take out a renovation loan of some sort?
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Fri Mar 25, 2016
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