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Thu Mar 31, 2011
Scott Godzyk answered:
In most cases no, you may be able to make an offer but as a back up, not to take over the first offer and kick them out. If an offer is signed by teh buyer and seller, they are in a legal contract and can have reppurcusions if they back out. you can ask if there are any contingincies and be there if teh buyer backs out. ... more
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Tue Feb 22, 2011
James Flanagan answered:
Desy,

Please attach the link to the property you are referencing and we'll do our best to answer your questions.

Thanks,

Jim
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Tue Feb 22, 2011
James Flanagan answered:
Desy,

Please provide a link to the home you are inquiring about and we should be able to help you.

Thanks,

Jim
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Sat Nov 5, 2016
Jack Scarpelli answered:
The answer is it depends on the community bylaws. A few do allow individuals under the age of 55 to own the property but do restrict you from living there. However, most of the adult communities restrict ownership to those 55 and older. ... more
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Sun Feb 16, 2014
Jeff Coon answered:
This home was recently listed for sale, the listing expired on 1/13/2014. I'd be happy to refer you to a local real estate professional who can help you learn more. Email: jcoon@annie-mac.com ... more
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Wed Jan 5, 2011
William Troy answered:
Not bank owned, not for sale. Presently an investor group is under contract on the property attempting a short sale.
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Fri Nov 23, 2012
Gerard Dunn answered:
North , East, South or West......

Good Luck!

Gerry Dunn
Associate Broker
Maryland, Virgina and D.C.
703-216-9100
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Fri Nov 23, 2012
** Jeremy Gryvatz ** answered:
Moe,

Visit the Toms River Twp website at http://www.tomsriveronline.com/

or learn directly about local fire protection at http://www.tomsriverfire.com/fire_prevention/fire_prevention.htm..

Jeremy Gryvatz
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Sun Oct 10, 2010
Donna Camisa answered:
Hi Emily:
I just checked all the current listings, and there is nothing listed about the one-time association fees. However, I was able to get the Association's phone number for you, which is 732-929-3148, so if you want to call and inquire, feel free to. Hope this helps.

Donna Camisa, GRI
Coldwell Banker Flanagan Realty
732-547-8269-cell
732-270-6100-office
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Sun Sep 26, 2010
The Ocean's Six Group answered:
Hey Kathy,

It is a great area if you have a boat or if you want to take advantage of the beach club there. It really depends on your price range though as my team just put a deal together for a 2 bedroom home in mint condition for under 160k or another waterfront home which was a short sale that we closed for 305k.

Also there are many adult communities in the area where you can get more interior and exterior space with less taxes and with an association fee that maintains the exterior of your property and supports the clubhouse.

It all really depends again on what your needs and price range is. Baywood is another lagoon area on the other side of drum point road, then you have the cherry quay area. Further south Toms River offers even more waterfront communities and there are plenty homes on the market. If you have any further questions just let us know. Our office is located conveniently a few miles from Shore Acres on Drum Point Road in Brick. Best of luck with your home search.

Sincerely,

Justin Bosak
The Oceans Six Group
ReMax Real Estate LTD
732.644.6217
Justin.bosak@osmls.com
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Tue Sep 1, 2015
William Troy answered:
Make sure you list with the right agent who knows how to market the home. I will be more than happy to meet with you and discuss your options.
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Tue Sep 13, 2011
Thomas Maher answered:
The reason most properties do not sell is bacause the are OVERPRICED. See what comparable properties in your developement have SOLD for in the last 6 months.
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Fri Jul 23, 2010
Double G answered:
average price for 3bedroom home on 1 acre of property in Siverton Tomsriver NJ
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Thu Jul 22, 2010
Raymond Coutu answered:
It depends or your state's real estate commissions regulations. If nothing else, it is unethical to share someone's financial situation to anyone unless this person gives their permission in writing. Try speaking to his managing broker about his actions. ... more
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Sun Sep 26, 2010
Robin Silverberg answered:
If you have a business where you make enough money that you can pay a mortgage, you may want to speak to your accountant about filing tax returns that show what you really earn. Also, you might want to take your name off this question. The reason that self-employed people have trouble showing their income is that they take all sorts of deductions in order to pay less in terms of income tax. Now that regulations have become much tighter as far as mortgage loans go, this is not a great idea if you want to become a homeowner. There is a lender in NJ who does loans for self employed, however you will need between 30 & 40% down, depending on the program, and they will want to see that you have money in reserves as well. If you file 2 years of tax returns, and you probably didn't file 2009 yet, you can buy something in 2011 that you qualify for. ... more
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Fri Apr 9, 2010
Scott Godzyk answered:
At this point only houses for sale and listed by a licensed real estate agent are available to be listed on Trulia. Trulia doesnt have a section for rentals or for sale by owner.
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Wed Jan 27, 2010
James Flanagan answered:
Louise,

By NACA, are you referring to the National Association of Consumer Advocates? If you are, they can't help you right now. Good credit has become the benchmark for all lenders today even though the VA tends to be more lenient. Bankruptcy will prevent you from being eligible to buy a home for a few years but may be an option none-the-less. Your best bet may be to speak with a credit counselor who is familiar with the home loan process. I would be happy to recommend one if you are interested?

Respectfully,

Jim Flanagan, GRI, e-PRO
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Tue Dec 8, 2009
William Troy answered:
They will most likely need both incomes together, so by using his name first they should be able to use his credit score but both buyers income levels. Should this home not work out for you and you need help fidning another one, please feel free to contact me.

William F. Troy
Realtor Associate SRES, e-PRO, CDPE, Luxury Home Team
Veltri & Associates Realtors
1012 Cox Cro Rd.
Toms River, NJ 08755
Direct Dial (732)557-4600
Cell- (732)600-1570
Home- (732)961-0079
Fax- (732)557-6425
Home Fax- (732)961-0089
wtroy@veltrirealtors.com
www.veltrirealtors.com
"When only the very best will do!"
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Sat May 29, 2010
Justin Bosak answered:
Hey Chris,

Average cost for construction is anywhere from $50-$100 per square foot depending on if you are doing something like a simple basic garage conversion or something extravegant that includes extra plumbing or upgraded electrical service. What exactly are we looking at here?

Thanks,

Justin Bosak
The Ocean's Six Group
www.OSMLS.com

Cell - 732-644-6217
email justin.bosak@osmls.com
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Thu Jul 9, 2009
Camille Miller answered:
The lot like every other property is worth less than it was a few years ago. Make an offer based on today's value. If the seller seems motivated to sell you could get a very good deal. good luck to you.

Camille Miller
Broker/Owner
www.JustJerseyRealEstate.com
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