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Sat Jul 6, 2013
Deborah Madey answered:
A property that is included in a public information database and identified is the subject of a legal proceeding, with a lis pendens filed. Because there is a legal proceeding, does not mean that the property is for sale. The amount that you see listed is the amount in identified in the legal proceeding. Many properties which have lis pendens filed will not be sold at this time. In many instances, the property owners will resolve the legal issue and retain the property. If it going to be offered for sale, the amount of the lis pendens does not reflect the price at which a property will be sold.

If a property has been foreclosed upon and ordered for sale by the sheriff at auction, the price listed is the opening price. It may be bid up from there.
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Thu Mar 21, 2013
Edith Karoline Jasser answered:
I really am not seeing a question here. the link you show is a public record info, the property is not for
sale, and why would you want to add a photo, where?

Are you an individual or a Realtor, get back to us and I gladly give you the information you are seeking if I can.
Good Luck to you

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Mon Jun 1, 2015
Armin Lusinyants answered:
Hi Sudhir,
Do you mean 3 bedroom house from scratch, or you have a house and you need to add 3 bedrooms?

Regards,
Armin Lusinyants
www.MoveOutorInwithArmin.com
(917)626-9420
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Tue Nov 26, 2013
Mikhail Kovalev answered:
It's no parkig fee on this parking lot. If it's full you can paark akross the Beverwyck Rd. at Mall parking lot.
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Wed Jan 30, 2013
Laquita Baez answered:
With my experience dealing with banks and short sales, I have learned to take the timeframes and deadlines the banks give us with a grain of salt. In most of my short sale deals, rarely has the bank kept to their word with the deadlines and the timeframes they give us. They may tell you approval should be received within a week and then its a month later and your still waiting....

Entertaining a short sale is all a gamble in which all parties involved must have severe patience.
While the time may pay off in the long run if your offer is accepted by the bank, its not always guaranteed to end that way.

Best with your situation and offer....

Laquita Baez
Licensed Realtor in NJ and GA
Weichert Realtors
474 Morris Ave Summit, NJ 07901
Office: 908-277-1200
Cell : 973-687-7095

Dream Homes ARE Within Reach!!!
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Tue Jan 15, 2013
Anna M Brocco answered:
Consider working with an agent of your own who can provide comps, recently sold similar properties in the immediate area; average does vary....
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Tue Nov 20, 2012
Jeremy Gulish answered:
I am assuming you are talking about the new construction townhouses in Coventry Park? They would be part of the Morris School district as the community is park of Morris Plains.
http://openingdoorsnj.com/coventry-park-in-morris-plains-nj/

They have sold very quickly as the Morris Plains market is very tight on inventory. According to the last data I looked at for Morris Plains, there was only 2 months of inventory there: http://morris.patch.com/blog_posts/october-real-estate-update-for-morris-plains-and-morris-township

I'd be happy to share some additional information if you are interested. Please feel free to reach out.

Have a great Thanksgiving!
Jeremy
908-303-0926
jeremygulish@gmail.com
www.openingdoorsnj.com
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Thu Oct 18, 2012
Ding Hsin Fang answered:
it depends on where you come from this is kind tip
1 GPS
2 take GWB or Lincoln Tunnel to Rt 80 West Exit 43 A, follow the ramp to RIGHT TURN to Littleton Road (Rt 202), Traffic Light make RIGHT TURN to Smith Road, turn LEFT TO Jefferson Road,

SECOND BLOCK AT YOU LEFT HAND TURN LEFT. you will find your place - Kamball Drive
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Mon Feb 25, 2013
Andrew Tisellano answered:
Hi Ferdinand

I agree with your train of thought. i would recommend a Town home or condo vs a house if you are planing on renting in a few years. Houses for rent are always in demand but the upkeep of the exterior is an extra concern when you are not around

I think Bergen county or Montclair, Nutley are great places to live and in the future will be very easy to rent. If you would like to meet me in my office for a free buyers consultation we can go over all your options and make sure all your needs are met.
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Sun Nov 11, 2012
Andrew Tisellano answered:
Craigslist id a good source for free rentals
I can also email you a list of available rentals listed with Realtors.
Typically when working with a Realtor for a rental the fee is 1 month paid by the tenant. sometimes the landlord will pay it or 1/2 of it.
let me know if I can help you
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Tue Aug 14, 2012
Sharon and Karen Home Team answered:
Dear buyer,

Those townhomes are NOT FHA approved. Very few townhome and condo complexes are currently approved.

Good luck with your search.

Karen Abramson
Keller Williams Suburban Realty
917-294-0356
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Wed Aug 8, 2012
Peter Pantelis answered:
The new construction in Parsipppany is either a raised ranch style or colonial. A new colonial just sold for 530K. As a rough approximation you could use 530K/2000 or 265. If you would like comps please contact me. I am very familiar with the Parsippany marketplace.
As a point of information, the banks are only looking at comps from the last 6 months.
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Mon Nov 5, 2012
Sharon and Karen Home Team answered:
Dear Kakhaber,

Please call Jeff Greenberg from Atlantic Home Loans. He is amazing and worked with many of our buyers who used FHA loan. It's free and he can get you pre-approved over the phone after asking some easy and quick quesions. Full approval can be done in about 30 days. Did you find a home that you are trying to finance?


Jeff Greenberg - Cell: 973-650-7802, Work: 973-333-8688.

Good Luck!
Karen Abramson & Sharon Avram
917-294-0356 / 201-738-3158
The Sharon and Karen Home Team
Keller Williams Suburban Realty
sharonandkaren@kw.com
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Wed Aug 22, 2012
Debra (Debbie) Rose answered:
No one can tell you what town is "better". as that is a subjective word........and there are residents in each town who will tell you their town is the "best" !

I suggest you look at homes in both towns and see if your budget will offer you the kind of home you want.
You can also make use of the various links that offer town information, along with school information.

Please feel free to visit my website where i have provided a number of helpful links that can help answer some of the questions you might have!

All the best.
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Sat Oct 20, 2012
Wayne Odenbrett answered:
We recommend Marvin Crane. He know the area inside and out. He is with ReMax Superior Homes. His office number is 973 334 3500. Tell him Wayne and Patty sent you and he will take good care of you! ... more
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Wed May 16, 2012
Jeremy Gulish answered:
While I can't speak for the signs you are seeing, typically rent-to-own programs are structured so the renter pays a higher than market rent for the home. A small amount of the rent goes to the principal of paying off the home. Often the financials are structured so that the owner/landlord has very little risk because if the renter defaults on payments, the owner/landlord will still own the property and will have had the advantage of getting higher than market rents. ... more
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Mon May 7, 2012
Robert Bruckner answered:
There are many great areas in both Parsippany and Denville. I would be happy to send you school reports and community information on both Parsippany and Denville. I can also send you sample listings of homes in a variety of price ranges or just homes in a specific price range. Please call me at (973) 901-1900 or email me at RBruckner31@gmail.com for more information on the Parsippany and Denville areas. I have been selling homes throughout the area for 25 years and have lived in New Jersey my entire life. Both Parsippany and Denville are wonderful communities. You may also wish to consider some of the surrounding towns as well. Call me, let's talk! Robert ... more
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Thu May 17, 2012
Suzanne MacDowell answered:
You should have no problem selling the home in the future, if anything it should be easier. Anything you do to improve the property should only add value.
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Mon Jun 1, 2015
Wayne Odenbrett answered:
You need to be careful with all 3 of these issues.

Who fixed the crack. Some cracks are much more serious than others. Did the homeowner fix it?
Consult an expert on this issue. Remember, someday, you will be selling the home.

A french drain will usually keep water out of a basement. But it will not address dampness and moisture. Are you going to keep the basement as unfinished space?

Radon can be solved rather easily with a professionally installed remediation system.
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Sat Dec 27, 2014
Dan Tabit answered:
Herb,
Interview a few, get referrals from people you know who were satisfied with their agents, select someone with integrity, experience and who knows how to market your home and negotiate the deal.
All agents believe they can do this, but there are some who are just better and more experienced than others.
Consider that you are trusting them with the full value of your home in cash. If you wouldn't feel comfortable with them holding your money, why trust them with the keys to your home?
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