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Mon Apr 1, 2013
Corey Grushin answered:
I know we are able to do these loans know. Just know in advance you'll have to furnish a ton of financial documents and thebn some.
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Wed May 8, 2013
terryriw53 answered:
You may want to Google "Cherry Hill, NJ" . As for the other information, you may want to show up at different events being held in the area and just speak to people from that area. Unless you come across a real estate agent that lives right on that street. You may want to contact the Cherry Hill Police Dept and ask them some pointed questions. They would be the best ones to give you any indications of any traffic issues in that area. ... more
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Mon Apr 1, 2013
Dallas Texas answered:
Are you asking for a particular property if so you may want to list address, city, state.

MLS # only determine if that info. is supplied.
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Wed May 8, 2013
Elisa Dewees answered:
Prices ARE high and have you checked out the taxes and condo fees? They will add quite a bit onto your monthly expenses. Did you know you can negotiate the price of the home? You may be surprised what they will be willing to do given the fact that it took so long to get the project completed for occupancy.

If you have a Realtor (or would like one) make sure you bring them the first time you go visit the place or they will not allow you representation. If that is the case, do hire an attorney to go over the contract before you sign.

If you need any further information on how to buy new construction, please feel free to email or call me.
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Wed May 8, 2013
Jeremy S. Hill answered:
Hello Abby,

Uxbrdge is in a convenient location. Not all the units have oil tank issues. I know the listing you are refering to. If you would like to see all the local homes for sale you can do a search here www.YourNJHomeSearch.com ... more
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Mon Apr 1, 2013
Dallas Texas answered:
A real estate agent can obtain the information using MLS based on the past 6 months. Contact a local Trulia agent. http://www.lynn911.com http://www.homes-for-sale-dallas.com
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Mon Apr 1, 2013
Elisa Dewees answered:
I lived in Society Hill and sold my home 2 years ago when I got married. I know that development very well and have sold other homes there. Please contact me via email or cell phone and I would be happy to meet with you to discuss marketing your home. Thank you!
Elisa Dewees, Re/Max Main St. Realty
856-371-5888
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Mon Apr 1, 2013
Jeremy S. Hill answered:
Linda,

Your taxes will really depend on all your itemized reductions. Your DTI( debt-to-income) ratio as well as a few other factors will determine if what you qualify to purchase. Call me in my office. I'm right here in Cherry Hill. I have helped many local families make the most out of their real estate investment.

Best Regards,
Jeremy S. Hill, Realtor
Keller Williams Realty
www.southnewjerseyhomes.com
1814 Route 70 East
Cherry Hill, NJ 08003
Office: 856.685.1651
Fax: 856.321.1414
Direct: 609.876.5817
"Your Interest 1st Always!"
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Tue Sep 2, 2008
Barbara Ostroth answered:
Frankly, the best realtor is soneone who will work hard for you, does their research into what is listed, listens to your wish list and shares the benefit of their experience andperspective, and looks out for you as a true buyers' agent. It doesn't have to be the "top" agent, but should be someone you trust is working for you! If you would like me to refer you to an experienced agent in your area, email me your contact information and I would be happy to set you up with someone who will work hard and has the knowledge to help you! ... more
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Mon Apr 1, 2013
Brian Ferreira answered:
Your tax ratio in Cherry Hill figures to be 5.4 mills or 5.4 cents for every dollar of assessment value of the home as dictated by the township.
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Mon Apr 1, 2013
The Rifkin Team answered:
I know this is an old thread but if you still need any real estate help please call our office
(Keller Williams Cherry Hill) 856-321-1212 and ask for The Rifkin Team.

Thanks
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Mon Apr 1, 2013
Cynthia McKenna answered:
Tom:
You have to be very persistent in trying to get in with banks. They usually have people that they have woked with for years. A suggestion would be to also try companies that handle more than one bank. This seems to be easier to do, then you have a proven track record to show the bank.
I started with the banks that I was doing short sales on and kept asking everyone I spoke to who handles their REO's . One company finally caved and gave me the name of the servicing company and now I am doing a few for them.
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Mon Apr 1, 2013
Sharon Kozinn answered:
I think that is mor a question for a lowyer, not a Real Estate agent. You should contact your lawyer for the correct in formation regarding that.
Good luck!
Sharon
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Mon Apr 1, 2013
XXXX XXXX answered:
Linda,
I think you are putting the cart before the horse. You will be in a much better position to buy a home if you first have your own on the market, and ideally you should have a contract on it before you make an offer on another home.
In the situation you described, you are getting yourself into a bidding war, and it is one that you really can't win. Even if you get your offer accepted, which is a real longshot if you make the offer with a contingency, you still have to sell your home before you can buy the new one. Only now, you'll be selling your home under pressure.

If you're serious about moving, put your home on the market now. You can go ahead and start looking at homes with your Realtor in the meantime, but wait until you have a contract until you actually make an offer on a home.

I've seen too many people do it the other way, and it goes a whole lot smoother when you sell first and then buy.

Good luck, and if you have any questions, you can email me at: Bob@SellitWithBob.com

--Bob
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Tue Nov 26, 2013
Maureen Francis & Dmitry Koublitsky answered:
Personally, I do not know of any "by owner" agencies that get paid when the house sells. An agent is willing to work on that premise and risk not getting paid if the home does not sell, but 'by owner' sites do not work like that to my knowledge. There are lots of real estate business models out there, so maybe what you are looking for does exist. I just am not aware of it. ... more
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Tue Jul 9, 2013
Kevin Boer answered:
Alas, you've hit on a sore spot in the business. Most areas have an MLS, with two types of access. 1) Members can access several dozen different data fields, in many cases including information on lot size, and availability of public water and sewer. 2) The general public can only access a subset of that information, and in many cases that subset won't include things like public water and sewer availability.

Please don't ask why that is :) as the answer gets pretty quickly into industry politics.

You can sometimes do an end-run around restrictive MLS's by looking up county records, which in many cases are available online.
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