nj real estate questions asked by consumers and answered by www.justjerseyrealestate.com founder, Camille Miller.
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Jan. 14, 2010 Press Release from the New Jersey Association of REALTORS (Edison, NJ) The turn of a new year comes with both question and promise regarding New Jersey real estate. To prepare for the year ahead, the New Jersey Association of REALTORS® (NJAR®) has assembled a list of ten facts regar...
Chech out our website http://www.justjerseyrealestate.com it will give you stats for each county in the state through the interactive map and the median home values. It will also narrow school reports by town. The information is compiled by the state and the NJ Association of Realtors so its not ...
The rule of thumb is never refinance unless the rate you can achieve is more than a full point. If you call your current company they may do something without costing you any money. Your rate is very good. I'd stick with it.
In NJ the answer is YES. During Attorney Review the buyer or seller can cancel the contract for any reason and recover the full amount of deposit. While in review you are not "under contract". Good luck to you.
If the map says 27 miles you can figure about an hour in NJ during rush hour. It will depend on what time you choose to be ont he road of course. We're a commuter state. Everyone is on the road at the same time :-) Good luck to you.
All the NJ state school report cards are on http://www.justjerseyrealestate.com under resources. The report is issued by the state of NJ so it should be unbias. Good luck to you.
RealtyTrac information is based on missed mortgage payments. In NJ (unlike other states) a person can default for two years before being actually forclosed on. So the information is correct but the homes are not actually for sale or even in the process of being listed. Its not really good informa...