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07834 : Real Estate Advice

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Sun Oct 21, 2012
Marsha Bowen Washington answered:
Good question, I think Truila might be picking up some additional web feeds that do not reflect the correct information on some listings. I have a listing that expired in August and it still shows on my profile and at a higher price. This incorrect information reflects on real estate agents. ... more
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Mon Feb 18, 2013
Lyle Wolf answered:
Last time I saw the "stats" for New Jersey it was 1 in 50 (2%) unless you were selling it to a friend or relative. If you want to discuss the pros and cons give me a call at 973-563-9722. ... more
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Sat Mar 4, 2017
Jane Shebroe answered:
Not sure, but which ever moving company you choose, be sure to have them physically come to your house and give you a written estimate after seeing the contents of the house before hiring them. I have heard horror stories of moving companies that quoted one price on the phone, and then demanded 5 to 10 times the amount after delivery, while threatening to hold their furniture on the truck until they were paid that amount in cash. The clients had no choice at that point, while their belongings were virtually being held for ransom.
By physically coming to the house, they cannot say that they didn't know what it would be.

Jane
http://www.RealTerrific.com
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Fri Feb 4, 2011
Joan Braunschweiger answered:
Bonnie, I found 1 month to month in Denville and it happens to be in Indian Lake. You can contact me through my profile and I can email you the listing.
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Mon Jan 10, 2011
William Heilig answered:
Fred, it is in the process of foreclosure (aka "pre-foreclosure"), a notice of Lis Pendens was filed last year. No sheriff's sale has been scheduled, nor is it currently listed for sale in the Garden State MLS. Hope that helps...
Bill
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Mon Sep 6, 2010
gabriel palotas answered:
Mixed reaction at best. Politics cannot solve the problems pertaining to real estate. It needs to be left up to the free flow of the market . In which buyers and sellers react to values created by demand It is influenced by the availability of financing ,where the consumer can readily qualify with funds available to borrow and purchase with.
Politics can influence policies and improve oversight which can than create more confidence and clarity.
The key to housing is affordability and income. Economy depends on jobs. Governments cannot create jobs the private sector can.
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Thu Dec 2, 2010
Suzanne MacDowell answered:
Statistics show it is decreasing. It just restricts the buyer pool too much!
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Sat Feb 18, 2012
Janice Corsilli answered:
Hi David,

You can look in the Denville, Rockaway, Parsippany areas to be close to Mountain Lakes. If you don't mind a little travel time (15-30 minutes) then the options really open up. If you would like to see what is available in your price range, email me and I will send you properties that would meet your needs. I am a realtor in Fairfield (which is east of Mountain Lakes) but I do service these areas. I can also be reached by phone at 973-575-6353 ext 21 or my cell 973-632-4644. My email is janicecorsilli@aol.com.

Good luck with your search for a home !!
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Mon Jun 3, 2013
Sandy Shores answered:
You may want to check the following water quality site http://waterdata.usgs.gov/nwis/rt. They may head you in the right direction.

Best wishes!
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Fri Sep 17, 2010
Kimberly "KIM" Wojcik answered:
Hello Jr.

There are many factors that will help sell your home in todays market, as you are probably already aware, such as location, curb appeal, easy access for prospective buyers and staging are all very important. Pricing then, is the key factor after you and your agent compare your home to competitve homes on the market along with homes recently sold. Once you price your home competively, a commission incentive to the selling agency is often used in a market as we are in today to stir as much acitivity as possible. So doing all of the above and adding incentives for the selling agency, does not hurt your position in todays market. So in my opinion, use it. Good luck with your sale. ... more
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