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Recently I signed a purchase contract for a house. The seller came back saying per NJ law there is a grace period of closing dates up to 10 days, which gives them the right to postpone the closing date. Yes, it true. "on or about" is interpreted as 10 days in either direction. Ask your attorney a...
07/15/2009
Don't close without documentation. You are responsible for the permit once you own the house, and the increased taxes should it have been missed in the asssesment. One thing you could do is call the town yourself so you have first hand knowledge of what the town officials say. Hopefully you also ...
07/15/2009
Fencing is a zoning issue with your township and each town makes its owe rules. You can call the zoning department and ask what the set backs are. I'm certain the zoning officer or his/her admin will know the exact answer. They may ask for your block & lot number so be prepared.
07/15/2009
You know you're from Jersey when ...You don't think of fruit when people mention "The Oranges."You know that it's called Great Adventure, not Six Flags.A good, quick breakfast is a hard roll with butter.You've known the way to Seaside Heights since you were seven.You've eaten at a diner, when you...
07/14/2009
New Jersey is a peninsula.Highlands, New Jersey has the highest elevation along the entire eastern seaboard, from Maine to Florida.New Jersey is the only state where all of its counties are classified as metropolitan areas.New Jersey has more race horses than Kentucky.New Jersey has more Cubans i...
07/14/2009
Borrowers who obtain a mortgage through the New Jersey Housing and Mortgage Finance Agency's Home Buyer Program can participate in the Tax Credit Loan Program (TCLP). Through the TCLP, buyers can get a loan of up to $5,000 that is secured by their anticipated federal tax credit. They can use the ...
07/14/2009
You always have the right not to sell your own home. You can withdraw your listing from the market by having your agent fill out a listing change form and it is effective immediately. If your asking for an unconditional release so that you may list with someone else well...that a whole different ...
07/13/2009
Lt me preface my answer by saying you should always consult a qualified tax professional. that being said.. Since it's not your primary residence you can't take a deduction for it anyway, so there is no difference if you sell it today or 6 months from now. The only way it would make a difference ...
07/13/2009
Motgage rates did drop slightly this week form 5.42 to 5.2 but I doubt we will see below 5 again either way these are excellent rates. Additionally the biggest home buying incentive is already being offered by the government to first time home buyers. To read about the specifics go to http://www....
07/09/2009
Great house in wonderful neighborhood. Large four bedroom home newly sided & roofed.  Newer carpet, windows & driveway. Hardwood floors under most rooms, large master with private bath. Bonus family room with closet and half bath that can be used for in-law suite/ home office or bonus 5th bedroom...
07/09/2009
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