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10 Reasons To Buy a Home
Enough with the doom and gloom
Home Ownership is a good thing explains writer Brett Arends
Go out anywhere to a restauarnt, kids little league game, cocktail party and we are all taking about the same things: Jobs, Economy, Recession, and the Housing Market. If you aren’t working your certainly not thinking about buying a home. If you are secure in your job, and want to buy a home there is so much negative press out there telling you why you shouldn’t .
The Wall Street Journal article by Brett Arends says “Enough is Enough” because there are some good reasons to buy and own your own home.
1. You Can Get a Good Deal – This is a Buyers Market
2. Mortgages Are Cheap – 30 Year loan for around 4.3%.
Read the full ten reasons: HERE
Source: Newser, Source: Wall Street Journal
Historic Condominium Conversion to be Honored During May 27 CeremonyJERSEY CITY, N. J. (May 18, 2010) — The Jersey City Landmarks Conservancy, a not-for-profit organization that works to preserve, promote and protect the city’s irreplaceable historic resources, has announced that it has selected The Residences at Dixon Mills, a landmark condominium conversion in downtown Jersey City, to receive an Excellence in Preservation award at the Conservancy’s 2010 Annual Preservation Awards Ceremony.
Given to outstanding examples of restoration or adaptive reuse of a historic building, the Excellence in Preservation award is being bestowed upon The Residences at Dixon Mills for Elmsford, NY-based developer Robert Martin Company’s restoration of the former Dixon Ticonderoga furnace houses into luxury condominiums and a comprehensive lifestyle amenities facility. Continue reading The Residences at Dixon Mills Receives ‘Excellence in Preservation’ Award From Jersey City Landmarks Conservancy
Since opening, The Residences at Dixon Mills has successfully outperformed the local marketplace as the fastest-selling condominium in Jersey City. Now, with the announcement that the community has available Federal Housing Administration (FHA) financing, which requires only a 3.5 percent down payment, first-time homebuyers are finding that Dixon Mills also represents the best option to own a one-of-a-kind luxury home at an enhanced value.
Upcoming FHA Guideline Changes and April Tax Credit Deadline Mean The Time To Buy Is Now
Jersey City, N.J. (Mar. 3, 2010) – Trump Plaza Residences has been able to place many buyers into their dream homes at the 55-story Jersey City luxury condominium tower due in large part to the property’s FHA (Federal Housing Administration) loan-compliant status under which the federal government insures private loans to qualifying borrowers.
FHA mortgage terms for New Jersey, differentiating from county to county, allow for loans up to $729,000. The majority of prospective buyers at Trump Plaza Residences are first-time homebuyers seeking homes in the $450,000 to $600,000 price range, therefore qualifying for FHA financing. FHA loans have no income limits, allow for less-than-perfect credit histories and allow buyers to put down as little as 3.5 percent, compared to 10 to 20 percent for a conventional mortgage. Continue reading REAL ESTATE- FHA Financing Brings Sales Success to Trump Plaza Residences Jersey City
JERSEY CITY, N.J. (Jan. 22, 2010) – Trump Plaza Residences Jersey City has retained world-renowned celebrity interior designer Benjamin Noriega-Ortiz of Manhattan-based BNOdesign to transform the exterior entrance and the amenities at the luxury condominium tower. Noriega-Ortiz will enhance the existing common areas at Trump Plaza Residences by adding his signature design mix of modern and classical elements expressed in sensual, glamorous and sophisticated colors, furnishings and design approaches. Continue reading World-Class Designer Selected by Trump Plaza Residences Jersey City Team For Dramatic Enhancement
David Bartz Opens New RE /MAX OFFICE IN BAYONNE
(Bayonne/Jersey City/Hoboken, NJ) – RE/MAX of New Jersey is proud to announce that RE/MAX Waterfront has opened its newest office to serve clients in the Bayonne, Jersey City, and Hoboken area. Taking a unique approach to real estate, RE/MAX Waterfront is a small boutique office that specializes in Port Liberte, Society Hill, Droyers Point, Boatworks, and Westside Station.
RE/MAX Waterfront is owned by David Bartz, a Broker-Associate who has nearly a decade of experience in the Jersey City and Hoboken area. One of the top RE/MAX Associates in the state, Bartz has sold over 200 million dollars worth of real estate since 2001. Continue reading RE/MAX WATERFRONT OPENS ANOTHER OFFICE
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