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Mon Mar 18, 2013
Cristian Navas answered:
Nutley is a very safe town. The link below can give you some stats if you'd like to see how Nutley compares with the NJ state averages.

http://www.neighborhoodscout.com/nj/nutley/crime/


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Cristian Navas
Coldwell Banker Franklin Realty

office: 973.235.1312
cell: 973.902.7242
email: cristian.navas@coldwellbanker.com
website: www.navaslistings.com

"Tambien hablo espanol si lo prefiere."
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Tue Jan 14, 2014
Anna M Brocco answered:
For specific information work with an agent of your own who can provide any necessary information, including comps, recently sold similar properties in the immediate area. Percentages do vary by exact location, size, condition, upgrades, etc. ... more
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Thu Sep 13, 2012
Andrew Tisellano answered:
Tue Jan 14, 2014
Alison Hillman answered:
Hi Matthew,

Take a look at some of the market trends in Nutley: http://www.trulia.com/real_estate/Nutley-New_Jersey/market-trends/

Why do you feel the homes are selling higher than the assessed value and why do you think this is happening?

That's a really good observation, I am looking forward to learning more from members of the Trulia Voices community.

Best,
Ali, Community Manager
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Thu Aug 23, 2012
Andrew Tisellano answered:
Hi Matt

Good Question
Another company would be a miracle in this market.
I guess is a mall with more housing
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Wed Aug 7, 2013
Cristian Navas answered:
I'd like to see at least 1 new elementary school built one these vacant lots. I know that its not going to help our tax base, but if we're going to keep paying out the nose anyway we might as well get some improvements for our kids. ... more
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Thu Dec 20, 2012
Cristian Navas answered:
Hmmm, that's a tough one. I mean there really aren't a lot of ways to get into Hoboken aside from Route 3. I guess you can take the Belleville Turnpike into Jersey City and then cut into Hoboken that way. That might take just as long as Route 3 though.

You're best bet for an easy commute into Hoboken from the Nutley area would be to take the NJ Transit Train from Delawanna Station in Clifton. It stops in Lyndhurst and Secaucus Junction, but still gets you into Hoboken in under 30 minutes.

Parking at Delawanna is free, or if you prefer you can take the Nutley Jitney (but it doesn't really run close to Spring Garden).

Here are some links that might help:

http://www.njtransit.com/sf/sf_servlet.srv?hdnPageAction=TripPlannerItineraryFrom

http://www.nutleynj.org/content/jitney-service.html


Hope this helps. If not feel free to give me a call and let's see what else we can figure out.

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Cristian Navas
Coldwell Banker Franklin Realty

office: 973.235.1312
cell: 973.902.7242
email: cristian.navas@coldwellbanker.com
website: www.navaslistings.com

"Tambien hablo espanol si lo prefiere."
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Thu Jun 7, 2012
Gina Chirico answered:
CJ,

You posted you rquestion in Nutley, NJ but are asking about Cotati, California. I think you should repost this question in Cotati, California.
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Fri May 18, 2012
Marie Souza Team answered:
What about Wilmington Drive?
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Tue Jul 12, 2011
Anil Abraham asked:
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Mon Aug 22, 2011
Carl Ben Witzig answered:
Landlords want to rent to tenants who will reliably pay the rent. That is why they ask for a credit report.
But check the bulletin board at a super market, Shop Rite in Nutley.
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Thu Aug 23, 2012
Debra (Debbie) Rose answered:
Hi Justin

Why not call your company's office in Clifton, and speak to one of the agents there for advice and guidance, since it's their area of expertise?
That's one of the advantages of working for a large company - help is around the corner!

In the meantime, drive around and familiarize yourself with the area..........or, to really service your buyer, work 50/50 with another agent who does know the area.

Good luck!
Debbie Rose
Prudential NJ Properties
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Wed Aug 14, 2013
Robert Stern answered:
Agency is a tough situation in any state, but in NJ the customeer comes first. The real question comes is what forms did you sign besides the contract offer for the home. You can also call the Office manager and tell that person that you understand tabout how agency works, if it was defined to you the right way, and that you would feel more comfortable with your own agent in the same office. Dual agency is defined as:

A disclosed dual agent WORKS FOR BOTH THE BUYER AND
SELLER. To work as a dual agent, a firm must first obtain the informed written consent of the buyer
and the seller. Therefore, before acting as a disclosed dual agent, brokerage firms must make written
disclosure to both parties. Disclosed dual agency is most likely to occur when a licensee with a real
estate firm working as a buyer’s agent shows the buyer properties owned by sellers for whom that firm is
also working as a seller’s agent or subagent.
A real estate licensee working as a disclosed dual agent must carefully explain to each party that, in
addition to working as their agent, their firm will also work as the agent for the other party. They must
also explain what effect their working as a disclosed dual agent will have on the fiduciary duties their
firm owes to the buyer and to the seller. When working as a disclosed dual agent, a brokerage firm must
have the express permission of a party prior to disclosing confidential information to the other party.
Such information includes the highest price a buyer can afford to pay and the lowest price a seller will
accept and the parties’ motivation to buy or sell. Remember, a brokerage firm acting as a disclosed dual
agent will not be able to put one party’s interests ahead of those of the other party and cannot advise or
counsel either party on how to gain an advantage at the expense of the other party on the basis of
confidential information obtained from or about the other party.
If you decide to enter into an agency relationship with a firm which is to work as a disclosed dual
agent, you are advised to sign a written agreement with that firm.

I hope this helps.

Robert C Ster
Broker/salesperson
Weichert Realtors
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Tue Feb 8, 2011
Anna M Brocco answered:
Consider researching areas online and do visit areas of interest more than once, check out the shops, dine at local eateries, look at everything of importance to you, and personally experience what the area(s) has to offer--keep in mind that opinions are often subjective and what may be good for one is not necessarily the case for another.....as for the schools, see link for helpful information.
http://www.greatschools.org/
http://education.state.nj.us/rc/
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Sun Jan 16, 2011
Mitch Larrivee answered:
Sunshine,

Go to your county property appraiser site. (see link below)

You just need to click on what you are looking for, and search the property.
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Wed Mar 15, 2017
Julia Torsiello answered:
How far from NYC do you need to be? I can help with some nice communities within 1hr from NY. Please call me - 973-907-4938 or email jtors@optonline.net. It would be my pleasure to help.

Julia Torsiello
Sales Associate
Century21 Barone, Slezak & Assoc.
Direct Cell 973-907-4938
Office 973-208-3111
jtors@optonline.net
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Mon Jul 26, 2010
Anna M Brocco answered:
Since no link is visible and no address given, you may wish to ask your question again--in the meantime, any local agent(s) can help you, contact any realty office(s) and inquire.
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Mon Aug 9, 2010
Carl Ben Witzig answered:
Have to see it first. Prof use is usually tolerated non-conforming use and must be approved for each owner, is not a continuing right.
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Mon Jan 18, 2010
Mary Petti answered:
Don't see too many people fleeing unless the gov also removes the Exit tax.. It's ridiculous, with that and the home sales tax, it makes it tough on sellers.

I think he has a tough job ahead of him, but if he wants to retain residents, I think he will have to and eventually be able to reduce the tax burden on hardworking residents. ... more
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Fri Jan 7, 2011
Ines De La Cruz answered:
Hello Matthew,
I guess nobody has a crystal ball to know for sure what's going to happen but something has to give. Either the banks are more receptive to the offers or the houses are going to stay forever on the market or expire. I have banks representatives that call me to find out if I got any offers and others that even when I send in an offer do not respond. I wish it does not get worse. I heard about the new guidelines. Everything has positives and negatives.
Good luck to you in your business during 2010.
Take care,
Ines
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