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Wed Nov 14, 2012
Larry Sarlo answered:
Give me a call.

Would love to help. interview an agent or 2...

I grew up the area , sell in the area and know the area very well.

Search foreclosures and short sale here:

"Nobody Sells More Real Estate than RE/MAX"

Search the MLS on your phone by Text: In the subject line on your mobile phone- LSAR1 -to number 87778 ... hit send... A GPS feature for listings at your finger tips

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Tue Apr 12, 2011
Kathleen Boggs Shaner answered:
HI Carolyn,

Yes, the unit is still active. Listed at $299,900. I'm not aware of any pet restrictions here. If you'd like to see the unit, give me a call at Prudential�39;s Haddonfield office - 856-428-2600!

Best regards,
Kathi Boggs-Shaner
Prudential Fox & Roach
Haddonfield, NJ
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Sun Oct 10, 2010
Ines De La Cruz answered:
Hello Jolanta,
Thanks for your questions.
Here is a link to the current market on 700 to 900K homes in Haddonfield.

The sold homes in 2005 were:

I will be glad to answer any other questions.

Ines De La Cruz
RE/MAX Connection
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Tue Sep 21, 2010
Vincent Forte answered:
There are currently 20 homes listed on the MLS in that price range with the average price being about $820,000. In the price range there is 1 sale per month on average. The average list price of those sold homes was $860k and the average sold price was $807k.

This is just a quick breakdown of the market. I included a link that might help you better understand what is going on in Haddonfield and keep you updated on all homes for sale and ones that recently sold.

I hope that helped
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Tue Jun 15, 2010
Lukasz Wojtuszkiewicz answered:
Not sure if you have a question, but I'll guess at an answer.

To perform A CCO (certificate of continued occupancy) inspection you should have your agent find out from the building and or fire department of all the requirements neccessary (ie., smoke and carbon detector locations, fire extinguisher, etc.) and any fees associated with applying for it. Typically the seller performs the CCO but in some circumstances like short sales or foreclosure it becomes the buyer's responsibility. Good luck and i hope I answered your question or lack there of. ... more
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Sun Dec 13, 2009
Don Tepper answered:
It's a SHORT sale, not a "quick" sale.

If the bank approves your short sale, then you're generally off the hook regarding responsibility for the mortgage. I've heard of situations where the lender asks the seller to sign a note for the difference. Avoid that if at all possible. The whole point of a short sale is that the lender is coming up "short"--that the lender loses the amount of money between: (1) what the seller owes on the mortgage, and (2) the sales price.

And a side note: short sales are seldom quick. People confuse those terms. Short sales can easily take months to accomplish. Some go on for more than a year. So don't assume it's an easy or quick way to resolve your problems.
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Fri Feb 20, 2009
Elisa Dewees answered:
Hello Pete,
That's a question with no definite answer because everyone has different needs and priorities. Most people with small children prefer to be near an elementary school and live off well traveled streets (like Grove Road and Maple Ave.). I suggest you drive around the area when the elementary schools dismiss and watch the direction the majority of children head.

You would also want to look for streets that have the homes set up so your kids can go outside and play. From there you will need to look at price and home sizes to evaluate what fits within your budget.

Good luck and find a good trusted person who can assist you! If you need any further assistance, feel free to call me.

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Mon May 12, 2014
Heather Lynch answered:
Take a look at Haddon Township and Collingswood which neighbor Haddonfield and are more affordable. All three towns (Haddonfield, Haddon Township and Collingswood) are easily accessible via the train to Philly, have many community parks and have main streets with specialty stores and restaurants. ... more
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