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JC Real estate Ar·ma·ged·don - Supply glut!
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I noticed that JC real estate listings on Zillow and other sites have sky rocketed. I am talking about 1000% plus supply flooding the market.

JC RE Honeymoon over! My prediction, We are venturing into 10+ years of Jersey City real estate depression. Don't expect foreigners to bail us out, nor our next door multi-millionaire investors. Everyone invests for one reason, Returns!!!! There is no meat left in our RE market.

Multiple blows - Reval & Property Taxes, 10 Years plus Equity Market run-up coming to an end, Bond Yields negatively impacting other investments, Rising interest rates, Problem with our schools and most importantly - Artificially inflated asset prices...

Vulture investors sit on the sideline - 60% plus downside.

Posted on: 2018/2/9 5:26
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Co-op not allowing Christmas Decorative Lights on the Balcony - Is this legal?
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Just wanted to run this by you and see anyone of you have come across similar situation and would love to learn from your experience.

Our Highrise Co-op apartment building located right across Grove Street Path Station sent us a notice stating No lights of any kind may be installed or used on the balconies, rails window sills or windows. Even Christmas decorative lights are not allowed. I wonder if this is legal?

I'll greatly appreciate your suggestions/opinion in this regard.

Posted on: 2017/10/24 20:08
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Restriction on Christmas Lights in balcony / Patio in Co-op
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Hello Everyone,

Just wanted to run this by you and see anyone of you have come across similar situation and would love to learn from your experience.

Our Highrise Co-op apartment building located right across Grove Street Path Station sent us a notice stating No lights of any kind may be installed or used on the balconies, rails window sills or windows. Even Christmas decorative lights are not allowed. I wonder if this is legal?

I'll greatly appreciate your suggestions/opinion in this regard.


Posted on: 2017/10/24 20:04
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