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Home Buying in Yardley : Real Estate Advice

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Thu Nov 19, 2015
Tomas.sledge answered:
Real estate agents are commonly not looking ethics. They are doing real estate for getting benefit for them also. Any how before selecting agents review his details and make sure you can trust him.
@ http://www.clazwork.com/
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Thu Oct 30, 2014
Ann McGuire answered:
Feel free to give me a call and I can get you this information.

Ann McGuire
Weichert Realtor
215.622.5070 preferred
215.493.0900
annrealtor@ymail.com
www.NewHopeRealtor.com
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Fri Oct 24, 2014
Warren Flax answered:
75 minutes from Yardley to Manhattan by car. But with really bad traffic it'll obviously be much worse.
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Wed Mar 5, 2014
Yogesh answered:
In general, total property taxes are 2.5% of the property value. So for $ 600000 house, you can expect roughly $10000 tax. Thanks
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Thu Sep 5, 2013
Ann McGuire answered:
Langhorne is much different than Yardley in that Yardley feels more like a small town and Langhorne is built up more and has the shopping mall and surrounding businesses. Newtown also feels like a small town. If interested in any of those areas, I can show you properties and point out the different things to do there. Feel free to call me anytime!

Ann Mc Guire
Realty Mark
215-909-7355 ext 127
annrealtor@ymaill.com
www.NewHopeRealtor.com
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Sun Apr 28, 2013
Kim Rock answered:
Here is a list of all the current rental properties in Newtown. They come and go all the time though, so feel free to sign up on my website to create a daily listing alert so that new properties can be sent to you daily! I'd be happy to help you in your search when you come up this way.

http://kimrock.kwrealty.com/listings/areas/5157/propertytype/RENTAL/minprice/1/maxprice/3000/
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Sat Apr 13, 2013
Jennifer Fivelsdal answered:
It all depends on what type of contamination you are talking about. If this is related to a buried all tank, run the cleanup can be very costly, and once you purchase the home you own the problem. ... more
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Sat Apr 13, 2013
Ann McGuire answered:
Council Rock School North is definitely the best choice. My child goes there and I wouldn't want her in any other school. Both North and South have thousands of children but each child gets personalized attention from their high school counselor. The counselor keeps you updated as the parent in terms of their grades and what level of each class the child should take. I also love the online system that lets you view their daily attendance, grades and homework for the day. Also, both Council Rock schools have tons of sports to choose from.

Hope this helps!

Ann Mc Guire
Weichert Realtor
2156225070 Cell
AnnRealtor@ymail.com
www.NewHopeRealtor.com
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Thu May 31, 2012
Jane Johnson,Realtor M.Ed answered:
A properties worth is determined by what the seller is willing to accept and the buyer is willing to pay. That is a general answer to a general question.
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Tue May 29, 2012
Suren Pogosov answered:
Sheryl,

Give me a call and I’d be happy to provide you with more detailed information about this property.

SUREN POGOSOV
Realtor, Sales Associate Selling in NJ & PA
Keller Williams Princeton & Delaware Valley Realty
Office: (609)987-8889 Ext.1328 Cell: (347)782-2036
My web-site: www.SurenRealtor.com
Search for your dream home by Features, Location, School district or listing number at:
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Mon Jun 20, 2011
Kim Rock answered:
Hi Purchasetd -
I ran a quick search for rentals in Yardley/Morrisville under $1400 that allow pets.. There are 7 currently. If you click this link, you can view them with photos. If you'd like to make an appt to view these properties, please call me and I would be happy to schedule them for you.

View listings here:
http://www.trendmls.com/mls/Client/Email/EmailClick.aspx?s=106259287&k=403908828

-Kim Rock
Keller Williams Langhorne PA
Kimberly.rock@comcast.net
215 740 5643
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Fri May 13, 2011
Kim Rock answered:
I agree if you are retired, the 1% earned income tax in Newtown will not cost you as much as other folks and therefore you can benefit from the low property taxes they have. Yardley and Langhorne unfortunately do have higher property taxes, but do not have the earned income tax.


-Kim Rock
Licensed Realtor PA/NJ
Keller Williams Langhorne
Kimberly.rock@comcast.net
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Thu Jan 27, 2011
Joan Kamens answered:
Real Estate taxes can vary even if 2 properties sell for the exact same dollar amount. If a homeowner has made improvements while inhabiting the home a permit may be required for these improvements. Once the permit is filed the township will come and inspect the work on the property to assure building code requirements are adhered to. This can generate a new assessment on the improvements therefore creating a tax increase. It is important when researching the purchase of a property in a neighborhood to have your Realtor do a search of other homes in the direct vicinity and provide you with the recent taxes for other properties nearby. This will give you a comparative before you decide to purchase. ... more
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Wed Jan 19, 2011
Kim Rock answered:
It depends on the home .. on average in Yardley this could vary from as low as 4k to as high as 8-9k. Do you have a specific home or area in mind? I would be happy to look it up for you / send you the listing. ... more
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Wed Jan 19, 2011
Deirdre Rogan answered:
Safety of home and property can be determined using local police statistics. Also, your homeowner's insurance provider can explain those factors as they are used to develop policy premiums.. ... more
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Sun Jan 10, 2010
Gita Bantwal answered:
You will be surprised that even if the price is the same taxes will be different , even in the same community.. Some home owners may have had their taxes lowered by appealing them. So get a listing of all homes that suit your criteria and look at the taxes. You may be surprised. ... more
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Sat Sep 19, 2009
Joe Sheehan answered:
Yes you can. Bear in mind their may be other reasons besides your offer price that caused your offer to be unacceptable. I would have your agent ask the seller why they rejected your original offer before submitting a new one, unless, of course, you've already done that.

Best of luck to you. I hope that info helps.

Joe Sheehan, ABR, SRES
RE/MAX Professional Realty Inc.
Office: (610) 363-8444
jsheehan@josephsheehan.com
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Tue Jul 7, 2009
Mark Principi answered:
That is commonlly done!!

please call me and I will answer all of your questions

thank you mark 215 295 9080
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Mon Feb 23, 2009
Gita Bantwal answered:
Many buyers I work with tell me their budget first and then the township they want for the price. I show the singles and townhomes in the price range and they have to decide if they want a newer townhouse or older single.If they want a newer single we then look at other townships . It all depends on your goals.
The other agents have explained the other factors.
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