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Re: Selling a 1 bedroom - AS IS - in Journal Square
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Some 1 bedroom units are renting for $1600.

Posted on: 5/6 18:58
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Re: Selling a 1 bedroom - AS IS - in Journal Square
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Quote:

brewster wrote:
What would it rent for?


$1500 easily.

Posted on: 5/6 13:02
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Re: Selling a 1 bedroom - AS IS - in Journal Square
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Quote:

hero69 wrote:
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TheJSQuare wrote:
I tried posting this on Craigslist and I don't even think it's showing up properly. Not sure where else to list. This is the first time I've ever sold property.

Motivated to sell. Testing the market before I have to clean it up and rent it. Great investment property. My loss is your gain.

1 bedroom apartment in Journal Square
laundry in building
attached garage (waiting list to get a spot)
4 blocks from PATH Station.

Secure building.

Looking to sell apartment As-Is. It needs cosmetic work like painting and cleaning, as well as a stove and refrigerator. Looking to make a cash deal.
Renovated one-bedroom units have sold for $200k.

Great neighborhood with a post office, market, banks, all kinds of food, a gym, etc.

It's a safe walk along busy Bergen Ave OR Kennedy Blvd to get to this building.

You can see videos of the apartment below. Please contact me if youd like to see in person.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OpdVBupK1kI

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9AQPW6qC4U8

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pKxeYnUhoyM

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Np77kdFM95Y

make sure you activate the link in the email that you should get from craigslist before this listing is published


oh, I did that. maybe so many posts that mine gets buried.

Posted on: 5/6 13:01
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Re: Selling a 1 bedroom - AS IS - in Journal Square
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I should add:

monthly maintenance is $320.
4th floor (5 floors total).
Corner unit, with views of Van Reypen Ave.
elevator as well as center and side stairs.
Heat and Hot Water included.
Gas/oil heat.

Ceiling fans in the bedroom and living room.

I'd like 135K, as is. Great price for a 1 beroom.
Renovated studios have sold for $150k in August 2018
Renovated 1 bedroom sold for $210k in November 2017

Posted on: 5/5 21:01
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Selling a 1 bedroom - AS IS - in Journal Square
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I tried posting this on Craigslist and I don't even think it's showing up properly. Not sure where else to list. This is the first time I've ever sold property.

Motivated to sell. Testing the market before I have to clean it up and rent it. Great investment property. My loss is your gain.

1 bedroom apartment in Journal Square
laundry in building
attached garage (waiting list to get a spot)
4 blocks from PATH Station.

Secure building.

Looking to sell apartment As-Is. It needs cosmetic work like painting and cleaning, as well as a stove and refrigerator. Looking to make a cash deal.
Renovated one-bedroom units have sold for $200k.

Great neighborhood with a post office, market, banks, all kinds of food, a gym, etc.

It's a safe walk along busy Bergen Ave OR Kennedy Blvd to get to this building.

You can see videos of the apartment below. Please contact me if youd like to see in person.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OpdVBupK1kI

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9AQPW6qC4U8

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pKxeYnUhoyM

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Np77kdFM95Y

Posted on: 5/5 20:09
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Re: Have you evicted a non-paying tenant in Jersey City/Hudson County?
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I've filed. I got a court date. Yes, I'm upset it didn't get done sooner. My building manager offered to drop off the initial paperwork for me, since I'm 4 hours away. Two weeks later, it kicked back to him since the paperwork wasn't signed by me. So I got the paperwork in at the end of January. Court date is end of February. (4 weeks after getting the paperwork? Christ.)

Tenant's name is on the lease. Not the agency. I have one month deposit. Tenant is a junkie that scammed the system and has stolen items and destroyed my apartment. Lawyer says I'll have no recourse since the guy is probably broke.

Posted on: 2/16 21:45
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Re: Have you evicted a non-paying tenant in Jersey City/Hudson County?
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Rent was paid on time by a 3rd party agency (Hurricane Sandy Relief Program). They asked him for some follow up paperwork. He never filled it out. They stopped paying the rent. He's still living there. He's cut off all contact with me in December.

Posted on: 2/13 21:08
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Have you evicted a non-paying tenant in Jersey City/Hudson County?
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I moved out of state, but still own a one bedroom apartment in Jersey City. My tenant has not paid January or February rent. I've sent in the paperwork and filing fee to the courthouse on Newark Ave and I'm waiting for a court date in the mail.

It's difficult for me to travel to Jersey City for the court date, but I would if it's necessary. Has anyone gone through this before and have used an attorney in your place? I'm just wondering how bad it would be if I am unable to make it to court in person.

There's a very strong chance the tenant won't even show up to court. Is that an auto win for me? Can he appeal later if he never even shows up to the court date?

I would like him out as quickly as possible, since I'm already out 2 months of payments that I'll never recover. My nightmare is there's some grey area or misstep I may take that would allow him to stay longer.

What was your eviction experience?

Thanks in advance.


Posted on: 2/11 22:27
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Can anyone suggest a good eviction lawyer in Jersey City?
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I've got a tenant whose rent is being paid by a state agency. They've been trying to reach him about his income status, and he is NOT replying to them. The agency told me they will cut off his rent starting Jan 2019. I've reached out to him and have not gotten a reply via phone/text/email.

I'm living out of state and can not visit in person right now.

Can anyone suggest an attorney? I'd like to get the tenant out if I'm not going to get rent. He's been destroying my apartment and has been a nuisance to the rest of the building.

Thanks in advance.

Posted on: 2018/11/29 17:39
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Re: ESKFF is proud to participate in JC Fridays! Come Check Us Out!
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what does Eileen's foundation do exactly? Aside from buy more art and show it.

Posted on: 2018/9/6 21:27
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Re: Downtown Jersey City Thieves Stealing from Porches !!!!
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So the UPS and USPS employees know about the two women with the shopping carts stealing packages, but nobody has told the postal police (or real police)? Come on...

Posted on: 2017/11/26 23:31
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Re: Parking ticket with completely misleading info, is this a new thing?
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It's the 30th of the month. Trying to hit that monthly quota!

It's likely a BS ticket that the giver hoped you wouldn't have the time to fight in court.

Posted on: 2017/10/30 17:58
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Re: Man shot a second time at same Jersey City intersection: police
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Shoot me once, shame on you. Shoot me twice, shame on me.

Posted on: 2017/5/5 3:54
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Re: What is FM? New sign over old "Union Republic" space @ Newark & 3rd
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Feed her some hungry reggae she'll love you twice.

Posted on: 2017/2/2 5:33
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Re: MURAL SPOTLIGHT: EL GRAN SUEÑO
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Brooke Hanson sucks.

Posted on: 2017/1/25 6:20
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Re: JC Cop Drama on Netflix - Filmed In...Mount Vernon!
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it's because NJ doesn't have the tax credits incentive to lure productions here. Same thing happened with the movie, Paterson.

Posted on: 2017/1/21 3:11
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1 bedroom apt - JSQ - for rent possibly for Feb 1st
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Ive got a one bedroom apt in JSQ that may be available as soon as February 1st.

It's about 4 blocks from the JSQ PATH Station. Bank, post office, mini-supermarket, fast food, 24 hour diner, busses, gyms, pizza, chinese, taco bell, rite aid, and more...all in the neighborhood. Safe, too!

Send me a private message for more info.

Thanks!

Posted on: 2017/1/17 1:15
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Re: Lawyer needed for dealing with neighbors, managing Agent
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similar situation in my building. Do you live in JSQ by any chance?

Posted on: 2016/12/23 1:50
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Re: STARBUCKS: HOMELESS SHELTER (Grove)
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Posted on: 2016/11/22 4:10
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Re: If you found the wallet this morning at Hamilton Park...
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Keep dreamin'.

Posted on: 2016/11/1 15:11
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Re: Pop icon David Bowie larger than life in Jersey City mural
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not a fan of this mural, but David Bowie secretly kept a storage space / art studio in the warehouses behind Mana.

Posted on: 2016/10/30 22:26
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Re: What’s going there? (Journal Square edition)
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what a monstrosity for that block.

Posted on: 2016/10/8 4:46
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Re: 9/12/16: Man shot dead in Jersey City
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Idiot's father is a Fed Cop. I bet some strings are pulled and this kid gets off with some community service.

Posted on: 2016/9/14 2:38
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Re: Bergen Arches Proposal Envisions a World Class Cultural Destination in Jersey City
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Good, then you'll love Green Villain! Do some research.

Posted on: 2016/8/26 14:42
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Re: New York Times: Possible Second Life for Stalled Xanadu Project?
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Nobody wants this thing (except those that can skim some money from it)

Posted on: 2016/8/9 23:16
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Re: JC monopoly mural on/in newark pedestrian plaza
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Just found this interview with the artist. Look what Brooke put him through! She's gotta go! No integrity at all.

NCAC: How did you get involved with the Jersey City mural program? How was your Monopoly board chosen? Did you have to change the original idea to fit the City’s requests?

GW: I had posted the [Jersey City] Monopoly drawing on Facebook, and Brooke [Hansson, Director of the Jersey City Mural Arts Program], who is in charge of the mural department at City Hall, said we should make it a mural. Of course I agreed! Knowing that the city was about to pay me to make this on a grand scale, I knew certain things would have to be changed. My thoughts were: the cop-as-a-pig sending me to jail would have to be altered, and the random weed references sprinkled throughout the board would probably have to be removed. I'm okay with that, because this had grown from a personal piece to a large-scale commission.

Upon meeting with Brooke, I had to change a few more things. I found this to be pretty silly, but the goal was to avoid people’s hypersensitivities. First thing that got the axe was the names of the projects. When I asked why, I was told “it’s offensive to display the projects as a low income area,” as if the people living there don't know! I was told that putting Martin Luther King Drive (another low income area) next to the box with the Jail was insensitive, and I had to change the low-income squares from their original monopoly color of brown, because brown for the projects was insensitive. So they're purple now. Also, the term “Gentrification Tax” would offend people, I was told. So I suggested calling it “Hipster Tax,” and that was accepted.


Posted on: 2016/7/26 3:24
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Re: JC monopoly mural on/in newark pedestrian plaza
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Brooke is the same one that scared Steve "ESPO" Powers out of Jersey City by yelling in his face how he MUST paint a giant Jersey City logo.

Steve Powers is invited to paint all around the world and this idiot had no idea who he was, and was extremely disrespectful to him.

He decided not to come back to Jersey City.

Posted on: 2016/7/25 21:23
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Re: Dangerous Driving, No Police Enforcement, Threat to Pedestrians
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Cops are too busy giving people tickets at Grove and 9th for not waiting at the stop sign a full three seconds.

Posted on: 2016/6/19 2:28
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Re: Will David Bowie mural grace side of Jersey City building?
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I agree. I can also tell you that the official city program has novices with no experience choosing the artists that create the murals. They were given patronage jobs.

I've personally introduced internationally known artists to these two and cringed as they insulted him with their lack of respect and knowledge.

It's the private collectives like Green Villain and Savage Habbit that are producing quality murals by selecting talented artists.

Posted on: 2016/5/8 13:26
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Re: Does anyone know how much it costs to gut renovate a building downtown?
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about tree fiddy.

Posted on: 2016/5/6 3:17
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