I had lived in Edgewater for 10 years and i have had very bad allergy twice a year.
When i moved out from there and start living in the new york city everything came back
to normal. One more think when water retracts from the shore in Hudson river its
stink so badly.... more
It is refreshing to see that you have done all of your homework and research.
Call, text, or, email me anytime so I can get some more information from you and help you move closer to achieving your goals.
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Hi Sebbo, I am getting the breakdown of pricing Tomorrow & will email you. Please let me know if you would like to take a tour of the building to learn more. I can meet you there this week. Sincerely, Kathleen
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Legend Hills is a great complex for anyone looking tpo keep monthly maintenance down while having easy access to NYC and local shops. Feel free to contact me directly to assist you with all your real estate needs. Terri Golden-Coldwell Banker (201) 873-1081... more
Great question... Feel free to look at the local resources and/or school information on my website www.RealEstateInTheGardenState.com and/or call me for further assistance 201-741-4999. Joshua Baris... more
Do you have any form of residency in the US? If so, feel free to reach out to me and I may have some ideas that can help you. You may pay a higher premium as an investment property however, if you make sure that renters also carry renters insurance it may also help.
Hope to hear from you soon!... more
hate to disappoint you but if you think Edgewater is too suburban I am afraid you are not going to find anything. About the only town I can think of that might fit the bill is Hoboken and $250k would not even buy you a parking space let a lone an apartment there.... more
Yes there has been ongoing litigation... The Promenade was built as prefabricated units and has had ongoing litigation. I am only aware of 2 or 3 units which have closed over the past few years with lenders and a mortgage being obtained. Bulls ferry has litigation against the original developer and their subcontractors. The association did not let them out of their 10 year builders warranty/punch list. I am unaware of any litigation pending in Jacobs Ferry as I think it may only affect Bulls Ferry. Please note that this is all information which has been told to me and I can not say with 100% certainty that is is 100% factual. However, I would always recommend asking the Realtor whom you are working with to do their due diligence and contact the association, management company etc... Also, your attorney should do the same... I hope this is helpful to you in the meantime. Best of luck with your search and please feel free to reach out to me if I can be of further help as I specialize in selling along NJ's Gold Coast...... more
I've been selling apartments for 30 years, and my answer is definitely YES. since so few buildings allow pets I think it would help. My experience is that even in no pet buildings plenty of people have pets, so you may as well. Once suggestion is to charge a "pet fee" to cover any messes... more
I have lived in Edgewater since 1998. I actually rented at the Promenade. The easiest way to answer your question is that I would not allow my friends, family nor clients to purchase there....
Feel free to reach out to me if you would like to discuss in greater detail....... more
Picture perfect view from one of my Open Houses at The Promenade Condo of Edgewater, NJ (double click to see the full size picture)GIVE YOURSELF THE SERVICE YOU DESERVE - CALL ME TODAY ! INFO@BITKOV.COM
GWB & Hudson River from Shelter Bay Townhomes of Edgewater, NJYou can see two Edgewater developments: - Vela Townhomes (Vela Way, Edgewater, NJ - 29 units) - The Moorings (by this time partially
Picture once taken by Hudson River promenade of Grand Cove in Edgewater, NJ 07020 (double click to see the full size picture)Buildings: Grand Cove Townhomes of Edgewater (on the front), Carlyle Towers
There are pros and cons to everything.
Pros: You'll have income to help you make your monthly mortgage payments. And it's a pretty common thing. Today we are seeing more and more parents moving in with their children to help them out financially.
Cons: You need to make sure you can make the mortgage payments for the time periods when you don't have tenants. You will also need to run credit checks and verify employment for any new tenant to make sure they are financially sound.
Please speak with a real estate attorney regarding what should be in the lease. Always seek guidance from an attorney before makiing a decision like this.
Good luck... more
Finding the right place to buy is a process. You will need to understand the market statistics, look at what's been sold in the last 6 months in the complex you are interested in. Most buyers don't do
Many buyers contemplate this question: should I buy a house or a townhouse?When you own a single family home you usually have more privacy, more land, no rules to obey by, and no monthly maintenance fees.
Yes it's awesome! I have lived in Grand Cove for about a decade now and it is an amazing community. I feel like it is the best community on the Hudson. Of course I may be biased but the pool is spectacular, and the community is beautiful. The people here are all really nice and friendly. Grand Cove has just converted to condo from coops. The investments are awesome even in a down real estate market. The now condos have really held strong as investments and in some cases people have actually made more money in a down market which is incredible. There are a few units on the market but if the number is 6 that's not abnormal because there are 106 units. The building has been going through some amazing updates since the conversion which has only increased our property values. Whole foods is a short walk on one side and trader joes is on the other. The Edgewater ferry is awesome for values and a really easy commute to NYC along with NJ transit out front. Taxes are really low because we are in Bergen County. One town over is Hudson county and the taxes can triple. I also know that a few people who are selling are due to lifestyle changes such as another child or moving to antihero state and another country. You will love it here and should join the Grand Cove family. Reach out to me Josh Baris he I am a local realtor and also on the board of directors for Grand Cove for like 8 years now. My phone number is 201-741-4999 and I am always willing to help people find a home or just answer their questions. I wish you luck with your search and I hope you wind up at our community. My website is www.grandcoverealestate.com. In this site you can also search all properties in New Jersey through the home search on top of the page. Best of luck!... more