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This week in Basking Ridge - 02/19/11 08:42 AM
Four closed sales in Basking Ridge this week 287 English Place, Society Hill condo, list price: $249,900, sale price: $236,500 79 Spencer Road, Single family home, list price: $549,000, sale price: $505,000 25 Marilyn Street, Single family home, list price $629,900, sale price: $577,000 189 W Oak Street, Single family home, list price $749,000, sale price: $715,000 Current inventory is 138 properties, absorption rate is 5.75 months. Township residents received their notices of property tax assessment for 2011 at the end of January. Neither the multiple listing system or the Vital Services website have been updated yet so I am reaching out to some past customers for (0 comments)
Another one SOLD here in town! This four bedroom bi-level home set on almost an acre closed today for $577,000. You too can be a happy homeowner! Search for what's available in Basking Ridge or see what your home's value is in today's market. A shout out to my partner, Gerry Light for helping to make it happen! (0 comments)
More on oil tanks in Basking Ridge - 02/10/11 10:20 AM
My last blog post was actually an article I had written for Basking Ridge Patch. The following paragraph is a comment on that article - more support of pulling a tank from the ground NOW rather than later: "Last year we sold a house in Basking Ridge with a functioning UST. The house was built in the 1940's and it was unclear how old the tank was. We had an tank insurance policy. Our homeowners insurance was through State Farm, who originally covered 3rd party damage when we bought the policy but that portion was dropped in 2005. In the meantime, (1 comments)
Underground Storage Tanks - 02/07/11 06:46 PM
"My oil tank is underground and it has insurance; why do I need to remove it?" , "I am negotiating a contract on a home with an underground tank, what do I need to know about it?", "There is a decommissioned tank in the back yard, all the permits are on file at the township office.", "Can we ask the seller to pay for the soil test?", "We haven't had any problems with our tank, we are not going to take it out of the ground." When I first started in real estate, the only thing I needed to know when (1 comments)
Snow Day in Basking Ridge - 02/02/11 12:29 PM
This icy February day has me laid up on the couch nursing a cold and wondering what to write about for my next Patch article. Should I cover underground storage tanks? It surprise me how many sellers still believe that if it's insured it's okay to leave it in the ground. Should I write about how to FSBO your home? When I first started in real estate almost 10 years ago, I loved helping FSBO's make it happen - whether they ended up selling the property themselves or if it were ultimately listed with a Realtor. I could also write about (1 comments)
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