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Yesterday at 5:44pm
Natalia2768 answered:
I am living with my sister right now but am looking to move to new condos in Newton NJ but I am divorced by 5 years and I short sale the property I had in Nevada can I still qualify for a down payment assistance program in nj ... more
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Yesterday at 9:39am
Uzzalmahomeadfb answered:
Hi admin,
I read your blog,I really like it.which is abouot Newark Investment Properties.
You need to make sure you are buying in a good neighborhood at a very attractive price.
This is obtained by dividing the annual costs from the net annual rental income.
Newark Investment Properties

Regards,
uzzal mahomed
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Fri Feb 24, 2017
4tiffany.moore answered:
I'm selling my house to a investor for cash. They are allowing me to stay in the home past the sale date but 25% will be put in escrow until after I vacate the property. I'm afraid this is a scam, should I be concerned? ... more
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Fri Feb 24, 2017
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Thu Feb 23, 2017
Alan May answered:
That's one of the reasons we try not to say "new washer/dryer", or "new roof".. instead we say "washer/dryer purchased 10/16"... clears things up a lot, doesn't it?

when the listing says comes with "new"... as the buyer... ask them to clarify. Otherwise, you're at their mercy. ... more
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Thu Feb 23, 2017
Joanne Richardson-Lapent asked:
My husband and I are interested in purchasing a condo in or around the Wildwood Crest or Brigantine NJ areas. This would be our first home purchase. We will not be living there full time…
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Wed Feb 22, 2017
Kri answered:
You don't need an agent to buy a home. I bought my first home without one and sold it with one. I just bought a new home without one.

Also, both my homes I bought from the owner NO broker. I sold my home directly to a buyer. I know a bunch of agents in Portland some are good (as a person) but I tell them "go find a really job" Don't wait for a hardworking citizen to pay your commission. Don't listen to this bs "the seller is the one paying the commission" No body gets paid if the deal don't close. And the deal don't close without a buyer period.

There's a lot of resources nower days. Internet.....Internet... Internet. Just do your research.
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Wed Feb 22, 2017
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Wed Feb 22, 2017
Pdeibler answered:
Our bank lenders on credit scores down to a 560 with 100% financing. We are a FDIC bank, and we can originate in 48 states ( no NY or VT ).

Please contact me through my profile if you have questions and good luck! ... more
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Tue Feb 21, 2017
UpNest answered:
Have you tried getting a second opinion from another realtor? I would sign up for www.UpNest.com. It's free. You have the opportunity to consult and ask realtors from Bayonne questions, you may be able to get an accurate answer. Hope this helps! ... more
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Tue Feb 14, 2017
Patrickslost answered:
Is it required to have a septic certification to move into a house in NJ
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Sun Feb 12, 2017
Chinonso22 asked:
how often do you refresh your website? Some of the houses listed on here that i inquired about are no longer available and its such a waste of time to get into listings that are not even…
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Sun Feb 12, 2017
Chinonso22 asked:
how often do you refresh your website? Some of the houses listed on here that i inquired about are no longer available and its such a waste of time to get into listings that are not even…
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