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429 Fairmount Condos
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Anyone live or have any specific information about this building. I am somewhat familiar with the area and looking for info about the building/community itself

Posted on: 2018/5/24 11:03
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Re: Hoa fees in jsq condos
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It's about 950 Sq ft

Posted on: 2017/10/8 21:36
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Hoa fees in jsq condos
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I recently came across a condo with fees of almost 500 dollars per month. It includes heat and hot water but no amenities like door men fitness rooms and the like. It's for a10 unit building. About a half mile from the path if that matters
This seems very high to me. It's for a 3 bedroom, will this fee make this condo hard to sell or is that the fees are around jsq?
It

Posted on: 2017/10/8 16:23
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1br in heights, resale issues?
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Im looking at a 1br in the heights and im concerned with resale it's not really close to hoboken(aroimd thorne and summit)
The heights seems to cater to families and its not that conenient to the city(need to take 87 bus)
Is this a bad idea? Otherwise the condo seems nice and everything else looks good.

Posted on: 2016/7/8 18:24
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Buyers Agent or not
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I"ve seen discussion about this indirectly, but I wanted to start a thread about it. In JC do you have your own buyers agent or did you submit through the listing agent?
What about for homepath properties? I've called a homepath property before and the listing agent could not be gotton a hold of.
Some have said you get your offers favored if you go through the listing agent and I'm not opposed but I'm looking for the most effective way.

Posted on: 2016/7/3 11:04
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Re: Is the $100 million proposed school aid cut designed to help Sweeney?
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@stateaidguy(and anyone else of course)
Based on these figures how much money per property does that equate to in jc?

Posted on: 2016/5/10 0:30
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Re: Jersey City mayor-elect orders end to citywide reval
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Is it a foregone conclusion that the reval will take place at the deadline which means not until next year or is possible that it takes place sooner?

Posted on: 2016/5/10 0:16
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Re: Property tax impact on Journal Square
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mods please delete.

Posted on: 2016/5/8 12:08
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Property tax reval impact on Journal Square
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The consensus that the property tax reval will hit downtown pretty hard. What is your opinion on journal square and The heights?

Posted on: 2016/5/8 12:06
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Property tax impact on Journal Square
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I know the consesus is that the property tax revaluation will have a large impact(increase) on downtown property taxes.
What is everyone's prediction on how it will impact(generally) on journal square.

Posted on: 2016/5/8 11:00
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Re: Third Floor Walk up Condo non-elevator building
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Thanks for all the feedback.
Yes this place sold. I have just started looking(and not quite ready to buy for another 2-6 months (and I will certainly take the advice given in this thread into account)), but I am considering this neighborhood and this type of building seriously.
So I'm sure the same issues that come with this building will come with others I am looking to as well

Posted on: 2016/5/6 6:30
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Re: Third Floor Walk up Condo non-elevator building
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185 list.

Sorry address was 59.

Posted on: 2016/5/2 1:59
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Re: Third Floor Walk up Condo non-elevator building
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"i myself wouldn't buy anything i had to walk up other than a private house

the area will be saturated with rent only apartments in the near future so i would think it wouldn't be in your favor to invest in some thing that will lose money.

2 cents"

Can you eleborate? Why do you think there will more rentals/owner occupants then there is now? But isn't most of journal square like this as well?

Posted on: 2016/5/1 19:38
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Re: Third Floor Walk up Condo non-elevator building
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List was 185

Posted on: 2016/5/1 16:15
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Third Floor Walk up Condo non-elevator building
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How much of a a negative impact do you think a third floor walk up around the area of 60 hopkins in journal square/heights would be?
In terms of future rent and resale? Is this area alot of young families who would dislike a walk up the most(lugging a kid,care seat etc up the stairs).
It's a 2br.
Obv you can make sure it gets priced in but I don't want a condo I can't sell.

Posted on: 2016/5/1 11:01
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Summit&Montgomery
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How is this area in terms of safety? Is this area considered McGinley Square?
Do you see gentrification happening in this area?

Posted on: 2016/4/22 23:12
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Jersey City Realtor
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Does anyone have the name of a good realtor, to use as a buyers agent to look at buying a house in the journal square/mcginley square/heights area?

Posted on: 2016/3/25 11:04
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Re: 74 palisade ave
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I'm look at both of these units and one is listed as a 1br and the other a 2br. Which one do you think is more accurate?

Posted on: 2016/3/19 11:21
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74 palisade ave
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I have seen a few units on the market at this address. Anybody with any insight?

Posted on: 2016/3/9 10:44
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Bedroom zoning requirements
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I"m looking and condos and I'm wondering what the requirements are for a bedroom in Jersey City. I'm most wondering at egress. Does every bedroom need to have an exit out of the building. Does that mean that if you aren't on the first floor that every bedroom has to have a fire escape?

Posted on: 2016/2/10 0:11
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1 vs 2 bedroom condos
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I've been looking for a condo to buy sometime next year in jersey city, in either The Heights Journal Square or the Mcginley Square area and as I've looked at places I've found a fair amount of what I can afford for 1 bedrooms, and almost nothing for 2 bedrooms. How difficult is it to sell a 1 bedroom in Jersey City.
As an example take a look at these 2 listings:
http://www.realtor.com/realestateandh ... _07306_M53064-34365?row=6
http://www.realtor.com/realestateandh ... _07306_M56701-11843?row=7

Will the 3 br in Mcginley square be easier to sell?

Posted on: 2015/10/27 0:04
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