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In New Jersey, a landlord cannot evict a tenant  without first obtaining a court ruling. In certain instances, despite evidence provided by the landlord, the tennent may recieve up to six months to find another suitable living arrangement.   Landlords are handcuffed in certain instances such as a...
11/30/2010
There are millions of underground oil tanks buried on residential properties in the United States.  Although commonly found on such commercial proerties as gas stations and auto shops, the problem exists also on some plants, treatment facilities, and all types of manufacturing factories. Some tan...
11/30/2010
New Jersey Sellers often ask Brokers for information regarding the regulations on profits from the sale of their home. Though a lawyer or accountant can help here in detail, as Brokers we can still relay some information. New Jersey provides seller with an exception from capital gains tax of up ...
11/30/2010
Some homeowners in Monmouth Ocean and Middlesex Counties believe that the tax assesment on their property is unfair and unreasonable. Many owners in this area have appealed the taxes and have had success based on the domino effect caused when one homeowner is granted the appeal and others in the ...
11/30/2010
Some agents are hesitant during listing presentations to offer a cancelatiion policy on their listings. There are several reasons why I think this is wrong and several reasons why i think it is right.  Legally a listing can terminated under the following circumstances: Broker has performed duties...
11/29/2010
54 WILSON AVENUE MANALAPAN-ENGLISHTOWN NJ 07726 (WILSON AVE AKA ROUTE 527) I listed this commercial property this week. Located in Monmouth County NJ with extreme proximity to Englishtown Flea Market and Raceway Park, Both landmarks. This property can easily generate rental income or be owner occ...
11/28/2010
Some Buyers feel like they are ready to buy but once they get out there and start to learn about the costs and work associated in their purchase, it can be a little discouraging. This especially applies to first time home buyers who need a strong minded Realtor to carry them through the periods o...
11/27/2010
A Latent Defect is one that is not discoverable by an ordinary inspection. A common example is exterior insulation finish system (EIFS) which is a type of stucco finish that has been linked to water damage in leakage. If there is a defect in said stucco, the buyers are within their right to withd...
11/27/2010
Here is the point breakdown from active rain for those of you are just starting out or just need a refresher. THis should be helpful in the future.   Please use wisely!The ActiveRain Point System ActiveRain awards members points based on participation and their individual involvement within the n...
11/27/2010
Bank owned properties are appearing at an all time home right? Buyers today are few and far between and the ones that DO exist are all completley different...Except for one common thread. Every buyer wants to know about forclosure properties and how they can buy one. Its a shame that us Realtors ...
11/27/2010
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