You should ask yourself a few questions first. How far, time wise, are you willing to commute? How much of a downpayment can you put down? How is your credit?
There are several lovely communities in Long Island, as well as in Queens, that would have some homes in or near your price range. With today's low mortgage rates, you can get much more for your monthly payment, than in the past. Real estate taxes must also be a consideration, because that will have a bearing on your monthly payment, as well.
In terms of school systems, there are many excellent school systems. There are ratings and descriptions of most of them online.
Think about accessability to mass transit, convenience and cost of commuting, as well. A professional realtor could be of great assistance.
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There are may other factors that will determine your ability to qualify for a mortgage. Please give us a call. We will be happy to put you in touch with a local mortgage representative that can walk you through everything. We are life-long residents of Merchantville and would be happy to work with you!
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Often times, when one homeowner puts their home on the market, someone else nearby will put theirs up as well. I know of nothing wrong with Old Highway 28 in Whitehouse Station that would cause a mass exodus of homeowners. As a matter of fact, market conditions are getting better and better for sellers and many sellers are now feeling that it's finally time to put their home on the market. In this area, there's actually a shortage of homes on the market. Are you thinking of moving out to these parts? I'd be more than happy to show you homes in this area. Give me a call at 908-334-0437.... more
An option is to take Bus 194 from High Street to Port Authority, then subway C to Spring St and walk from there. Check out NJ Transit site for itinerary and ticket options: http://www.njtransit.com. You can type into From: Butler, NJ To: Canal Street, NY. For pricing, you can click on Ticket Options or call NJ Transit. Hope this helps! Elisa... more
Good afternoon! My name is Joyce Ginda and I'm a realtor with Prudential New Jersey Properties. I would love to help you find a rental that fits your needs. Please call me or send me an email, whichever is more comfortable to you, and I can give you the information you need to know about renting and discuss some properties which I think may be of interest to you. Hope to speak with you soon! You may call me direct on my cell at 732-237-6865 or reach me by email at firstname.lastname@example.org. Have a fantastic day!
Hi cbunn, just saw this. I hope you're already home so to speak but if you still need help would love to help you with that. Please call 609-484-9890. Thank you. If you're already home; glad you found something.... more
All depends on your budget and credit. Legally an agent or landlord can not say they will not accept Section 8 flat out, but there are other factors that would allow them to refuse such as number of people in your party, income levels, credit scores/report, etc.... more
There is one listing available for $900 a month. The next cheapest listing is for $1075 a month. If you are interested in seeing either of these listings please call me at 732 674-1648 or e-mail me at email@example.com.
Than you for your question.
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Rent to owns are filled with problems and rarely ever work out. To make it work you MUST get a loan in a year or two or you LOSE all deposits and option money you put up. If there is a reason you can't get a loan now, why do you think you can in a year? Most people that can't now can't then either and then you lose money and start all over less the deposit you lost. Owner financing is not going to be as low as a bank is currently offering, so again why would you do it if you can get a loan and if you can't get a loan do you want to be paying someone 7-10% when your bank would offer under 4.5%?