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Moving in Bergen County : Real Estate Advice

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Fri Mar 29, 2013
Barbara Ostroth answered:
It's a wonderful community for families and great commuting distance to NYC. I have raised four kids here over the past 25 years, and lived her 29 years, involved in the schools, the local arts community and in volunteer work. My kids had great recreation programs and sports options, and we have met and become friends with people from all walks of life. We have one of the best police departments in Bergen County, a paid fire department, the best volunteer ambulance corps, our own hospital (Holy Name Medical Center), a discount movie theatre, and proximity to other towns and shopping from three highways that surround us (Rt. 80, 4, and 95). I feel certain you would be very happy here!

While your price range is a little low for a 2-bedroom apartment, I can try to find some options for you. Let me help you find just the right place for you and your son.
My best,
Barbara Ostroth
Coldwell Banker RE
201-262-6600 x144
201-965-3105 cell
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Mon Sep 28, 2009
CCC answered:
Hi Isabel,
I think that is called break the lease. Contact your landlord since your have a Lease Agreement that protects the leaser and lessor (tenant and landlord) regarding payment and living in the unit.
You are responsible for all the month's payments.
Again, talk to your landlord, explain the situation and hopefully the landlord will be out with your getting (breaking) out of the lease.
How would you feel if your landlord just call you or send you a letter out of the blue for you to vacate in two months 4 months ago? Exactly but reverse.

Check with the county you live on , they might have the correct information.
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