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Re: Crescent Court
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Yes, Crescent Court is very nice and the neighborhood is fine too but Newark Ave is also totally fine and probably very close to being the hottest neighborhood in Downtown JC. The old retail is leaving and there is new retail coming in at higher rents of course. As the previous poster stated, the Wave is a nice building and the Saffron is just about 50% sold in 5 months of their 76 units so there is obviously a lot of young professionals moving into this Village section of Jersey City. I personally would take the Saffron or the Waves location because the walk to the Path so easy and I feel safe any time of day or night.

Posted on: 2010/6/29 21:22
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Re: real estate school
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Like Lawyers and Bankers right Icechute, you Jack Ass! What do you do for a living that makes you so high and mighty? I treat my customers like gold and build relationships for years. I make life easier for my clients and find them what they are looking for. No lying needed, they make the decisions and I know the market! There is nothing better than a great Realtor to guide buyers, renters and sellers through the process. But a know it all like yourself will never get it!

Posted on: 2010/6/24 21:43
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Re: The Saffron - 213 Newark Avenue
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Wow, everyone really makes up things on this site! I work for the management company, MEM. There are no units for rent, only for sale and only 4 one bedroom floor plans remain in the 76 unit building. They are 45% sold in 6 months and 30 new home owners have closed and moved in. There are two buildings separated by a court yard so you are only seeing 25% of the complex from Newark Ave.

Its strange that someone would post that 5 units have sold since that is a complete falsehood and even stranger that someone would posted one bedrooms are for rent. I am there twice a week and I certainly would know.

Jeff Levine

Posted on: 2010/6/16 1:53
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Re: broker worth it for rental?
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Everyone, I'm a broker and the way it works is if you want us to find you an apartment with NO FEE we will look for an apartment for you with no fee! Its really that simple. We will do all of the leg work and send you the No Fee listings that best fit your criteria. There is absolutely no reason to waste your valuable time looking for an apartment when a broker can do it for you and for no fee! This is what we do for a living, many brokers offices have exclusive listings from landlords that you will never find on Craig's List. I have many Old School landlord clients that will pay a fee or at least half a fee but do not want us to put up signs because they do not want their neighbors knowing their business. So find an agency and broker that you are comfortable with and have fun searching for your new home! Good luck...

You will get better service from the independents, here a few:

Armagno
Boutique Realty
Boyne Realty
Donovan, Billington Barbosa
Realty Executives

Posted on: 2010/6/11 12:39
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Re: Saffron, Jersey City
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This is directly from the management company.

45%sold. 30 units are closed and occupied.

Looks like they are selling at a relatively good pace!

Posted on: 2010/6/8 18:24
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