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Tue Aug 13, 2013
Anna M Brocco answered:
You can verify by contacting the school directly...
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Fri Apr 5, 2013
John Reimann answered:
Yes it should be but due to the way Hamilton splits the school districts it is always best to call the board of Ed and ask them; their number is 609-631-4100 ext 3049.

John Reimann
Weichert Realtors
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Fri Mar 22, 2013
James Barger answered:
Yes, I do believe it is. This home sold back in Jan. 2013, for 232,000. Let me know if you are looking for homes in this area? Thanks Jim
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Mon Jun 3, 2013
rangelo answered:
As a NJ Mortgage Banker, i can handle the process for you locally.

The 203k Renovation loan can be complicated, and i would like the opportunity to discuss the process with you personally.

Since i run the program, i will be able to answer all of your questions.

It is important to deal with a local lender, and i will meet you, in person, to discuss the process.

Rick Angelo
AVP - Sales . . Renovation Lending
NMLS #209677
800-587-2762 ext 432
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Sun Feb 3, 2013
Sure.. As long as you qualify. Contact me anytime to go over the particulars
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Wed Apr 17, 2013
Kenneth Verbeyst answered:
feel free to email me with questions, I own properties in Trenton ,Hamilton Hopewell and Princeton including multi families.
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Fri Jan 25, 2013
Gina Marie Mazur answered:
Your first step would be to speak with a mortgage representative to see exactly where your credit is. From there you can speak with an attorney who will be able to complete the transaction in you buying the home. ... more
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Fri Jul 17, 2015
Anne-Marie Tustin answered:
The homes in this community are only 9 to 10 years old, so still fairly new. This development is a collection of 2 and 3 bedroom townhomes, and single family homes. There is a pool, playground, tennis and basketball courts and a shuttle bus to the train station which is very convnient. Homes here have sold between $335,000 and $435,000 within the last 6 months. Please let me know if you would like more information. ... more
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Sat Oct 27, 2012
Princelabree asked:
This question was asked from this property:
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Thu Aug 23, 2012
Jeremiah Tanious answered:
Hello Tonya,

There is no rental information in our MLS for that address in Trenton. If you'd like alternate locations, feel free to reach out & let me know how many bedrooms, bathrooms and any additional requirements you have for your next home and i will be happy to email the available homes to you. ... more
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Fri Oct 5, 2012
Anna M Brocco answered:
When it comes to any safety/crime related issues, it's always best to contact the local police department with all your questions, hear all there is to hear firsthand. If unfamiliar with the area(s) do revisit more than once and at different times of day, possibly chat with locals/neighbors. Real estate professionals are prohibited from steering, enticing a buyer to purchase/rent, or not, in specific neighborhoods.
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Sun Jul 22, 2012
Scott Godzyk answered:
If you are inquiring directly with home owners for rental ads you should call them, if you get a maching, then be polite but direct in name, number, what property you are inquiring and that you are interested. Thats it, dont leave long or detailed messages. If you are having problems maybe you should have an agent assist you with rentals, they can overcome the response problem. ... more
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Mon Jul 16, 2012
Jeanne Feenick answered:
Sounds like you are frustrated - work with an agent who will be most effective in getting you into any listed property.

As far as the stainless appliances - not sure where to go with that one. What a property has to offer is what it has to offer. Appliances surely have value, but they are an element that you can easily change after you purchase if not to your liking.

Good luck to you,
Jeanne Feenick
Unwavering Commitment to Service, Unsurpassed Results
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Mon Dec 30, 2013
LaJuan Stoxstill-Diggs answered:
Depending on what you mean by bad. FHA requires at least a 620 credit score in most cases, stable stable and verifiable employment and a required debt to income ratio. I would suggest you contact a mortgage loan officer and have him/her pull your credit report and walk you through the steps of getting your credit score up to purchase a home.

On the other hand, some people don't have a credit score due to they don't borrow money and have paid cash for everything. If this is the case, you can get an underwriter to manually underwrite your loan for you as well. Hope this helps
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Tue Oct 29, 2013
Luisa Mancuso-Clews answered:
Hello, that is a difficult question to answer. As real estate agents, we are restricted about giving advice or recommendations concerning schools or school districts. I would recommend that you do online searches about the schools and see what people are saying and what the districts say about themselves. That being said, sometimes what people say on the internet under the cloak of anonymity isn't always the truth. So I would also recommend talking to people you know with children in the schools to hear face to face what they have to say.

Hope that helps!
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Wed Apr 25, 2012
Alan May answered:
This isn't really a question that any Realtor or real estate agent can answer for you. It may be time to talk to an attorney, presuming that your brother won't see the light of reason.
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Thu Mar 29, 2012
Suzanne MacDowell answered:
Are you using an attorney for the closing? You should be. The bank usually pays the attorney. I know tax liens have to be paid. In fact, all liens will have to be satisfied prior to closing somehow. Fines imposed by a court may be treated differently. I suspect this question is so specific that only an attorney will be able to provide you with an answer. ... more
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Mon Mar 12, 2012
Timbuyer77 asked:
Short sale situation. Seller is using a loss mitigation company to work with the bank. Asked us to sign a form agreeing to pay the loss mitigation company through a buyer's credi...
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Sat Sep 29, 2012
Gina Chirico answered:

Your question isn't very clear. I assume your using FHA financing to purchase a home. Did the FHA appraiser/inspector say certain things had to be fixed? If yes, did the seller fix them and you are now saying that they didn't do it right? If the seller did in fact make the repairs, did the bank send someone else to inspect the repairs made?

Clarify more so we can help you.
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