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Market Conditions in Monmouth County : Real Estate Advice

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Tue Apr 9, 2013
thomas o'keeffe answered:
Hi blab2much,
You would need a CMA (comparative market analysis ) done. I would be happy to assist you. I can be reached at 908 217-9971 to discuss this further.
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Sat Mar 30, 2013
Diane Vanvliet answered:
Hi.

Yes certain areas of Monmouth Beach had considerable damage, however nothing like Mataloking and other shore towns further south. You need to know which streets and areas are pron to flooding.

Please give me a call as I am very familiar with Monmouth Beach and can be of help to you..

Diane. 732. 859 28376
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Wed Oct 16, 2013
Mary O'Malley-Joyce answered:
Diane,

There is an application process but below is a link to a brief overview if you want to own a low income home. http://www.lbhousing.org/owner.html. This is the link to the applications. http://www.lbhousing.org/housingapp.html. There are income guidelines based on family size. If you would like to call me we can move forward with additional research to get you started. My cell number is (908) 247-4233. ... more
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Fri Mar 8, 2013
Susan McLaughlin answered:
There are two townhouses for sale, taxes on the higher one are $4,263. You should know this townhouse has COAH deed restrictions, please give me a call for more information. I sold 2 of the 5 market sale townhouses and can assist you with this one.

Susan McLaughlin
732-768-1068 Cell
Kelller Willliams Realty - East Monmouth
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Mon Mar 30, 2015
Mary Petti answered:
BCC,

fif you were looking at property records on Trulia, the "guestimate" of property value is based on tax assessments, location, and other recent solds, without knowing if it's an updated home or not. Unless this is your house, WHY worry.

A local realtor will be able to compare apples to apples and get a much clearer and accurate idea of true market value.
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Thu Jan 3, 2013
Jack Puso answered:
That developement is Four Season @ Manalapan the current HOA is $228/month. It is a great community that shares a walking path with mine.
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Wed Nov 28, 2012
Anna M Brocco answered:
Don't simply rely on online estimated values, as some may be inaccurate, nor updated; rather review comps with your agent, recently sold similar properties in the immediate area...
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Wed Oct 17, 2012
Alison Hillman answered:
Thanks for letting us know! I will share that tidbit with our customer care team!

Best,
Ali, Community Manager
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Tue Sep 25, 2012
Ron Thomas answered:
For the millionth time;
Trulia does not post the listings here;
Either it is the Listing Agent, or else it is picked up off another Lising site.

Don't blame Trulia.
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Sun Sep 23, 2012
Edith Karoline Jasser answered:
I consider your question and concern more a social question than a real estate or financial question, although you may want to consider and make sure you have all the numbers straight.


Association fees are different for every building or community, depending on what is included, if you are working with one trusted area Realtor, that Realtor will provide you will all that information each and every time you find something that may work for you, or he or she may even make some really good suggestions about certain places for you!

In an adult community, or assisted living community there are some social events planned throughout and you have equal minded neighbors etc.,
when buying a condo, you are on your own, just as living in a single family home, except that in a condo much is taken care of, no yard to mowe, and many items are taken care of with your monthly assessment fees, but your are very much on your own..

So it is kind of a life style decision more than anything else, often both have a pool, often a door man or they are gated communities.
I strongly suggest you work with a local Realtor who can assist you and get you all the details...
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Sun Jul 22, 2012
John Skronski answered:
Kal - I think generally one could make a case for about a 10% decline in prices. But I could show you properties that decreased more than that, stayed the same, and even increased in value. Unless you get the same property to evaluate that sold during those time periods, you've got to consider buyer motivation, seller motivation, and the inventory at the time of the sales. I you're interested in getting an evaluation on your property, I could be more specific in determining value, but you're asking about Sept 2011, so I don't know why you want that. Let me know if you want my help. Thanks - John

www.jskronski.remax-nj.com
908-601-4567
Remax Long Branch office
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Mon Jul 16, 2012
Karen Buonomo answered:
Hi - according to the listing the maintenance fees are $80 per month and the taxes are $5,287. Please let us know if you would like to see this home or any other homes in the area. We would be happy to assist you! Thanks Karen and STarr ... more
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Mon Jul 16, 2012
Dennis Knight answered:
It shows to be $213/mth. You may want to also consider the nearby homes that may offer more for the price.
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Mon Jul 16, 2012
Francine Einhorn answered:
Antonio,

Hi....according to MLS listing, the annual taxes are $5330 and Association fee is $80/month.


Francine Einhorn
Better Homes Realty
Freehold Office
Office: 800-531-2885 Ext.348
Cell: 732-910-7390
Email: feinhorn@betterhomesus.com
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Sun Jul 15, 2012
Francine Einhorn answered:
Maureen,

Hi....as per MLS listing of this property, the Association Fee is $690.00/month. The fee includes managemnet fees, including clubhouse, pool, snow removal, trash removal, sewer and water. There are no seperate taxes paid as the land lease is included in the monthly fee.


Francine Einhorn
Better Homes Realty
Freehold Office
office: 800-531-2885 Ext. 348
Cell: 732-910-7390
Email: feinhorn@betterhomesus.com
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Fri Jul 20, 2012
Keith Radhuber answered:
"Good" is a subjective adjective. Realtors are not really allowed to categorize neighborhoods in that manner, since who is to say my subjective opinion is better, worse or more accurate than the next guy? The potential for being discriminatory is great.

Middletown, itself, is composed of many different neighborhoods and boasts 2 high schools.

I would go on-line and look at the township website, look at blogs, gather whatever demographic information you'd like from other sources, and then get "down in the trenches," and actually chat with potential neighbors.

Good Luck!

Keith Radhuber, Broker Associate.
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Tue Oct 11, 2011
Scott Godzyk answered:
The only thing that goes agains a huge drop is in most areas of the northeast the amount of listings is down substantially. Cash buyers are still buying at a tremendous rate. Houses that are clean and ready to move in as well as homes priced at or just below market rate are still selling, it is the over priced homes that are left. ... more
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Mon Oct 3, 2011
Matt Costine answered:
Hi Joe,

Most of the market has been dominated by either first time home buyers or investors buying with cash. These groups traditionally don't buy more expensive homes, they can't afford it or they are only buying "deals" foreclosures and short sales (investors). This is driving the middle class home sellers to reduce their prices until, hopefully they find a buyer. I hope this answers your questions, feel free to give me a call at anytime to discuss your real estate questions and /or needs..All the best Matt Costine Realtor Associate 908 930 8573 ... more
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Thu Jul 7, 2011
Deborah Madey answered:
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