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Re: The Cliffs - great new rental complex
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LOL....Debbie Downer...you hit the nail on the nead there.

As far as me being a shill...I dont even know what that is. You can go a head and check out all of my other posts, which are equally unbais. I own a family business in jersey that has nothing to do with real estate.

Either ways for those of you who read this, because you are interested in the cliffs I stand by my word and recommend that you contact Jeremy. Not for any other reason then he was super helpful & unlike your typical sleeze ball real estate agent. I have come across my fair share of complete scams and scumbags in fact check out my 1st post on here ever regarding the property I looked at over a year ago on Mercer st.

Jeremy can be contacted @ 201-656-3076.

As far as the prices quoted above they are not accurate. They do have some incredable 2 bedrooms with midtown & financial district views that rent in the $4,000 range, but the one we were looking at was ~$2,400.

Best of luck to all of you looking @ rental / real estate!!!

Those of you that are here on the board just to create drama, because you have nothing better to do with your sad pathetic lives....keep up the good work!!!

Posted on: 2008/3/20 11:08
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The Cliffs - great new rental complex
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This place is coming together & looks great. We went to check it out this past weekend. Met with Jeremy, who was extremely knowledgable on the project & extremely friendly.

We are considering breaking our lease just to move in one of the very spacious units. They all have top of the line stainless appliances, hardwood floor, over sized windows, tall ceilings, great closet space & exposed brick.

Parking is available, there will be a gym, & courtyard.

If you are considering relocation I HIGHLY recommend The Cliffs. Make sure to see Jeremy as he seems to have unlimited access to all units an floor plans & is extremely accomadating.

Posted on: 2008/3/19 21:04
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Re: The Great Jersey City SOUP SWAP
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this is a great idea....i am new to the boards this year.


I am a HUGE fan of both JClist & soup.

I would love to trade a few family secrets!!!

Posted on: 2007/12/4 14:40
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Re: New Condo Complex in Jersey City Sets Record for Penthouse Sales
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when did "K Hov" stop being a synonym for poorly built over priced housing?????????????

Posted on: 2007/8/14 19:08
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Re: Student looking for Sublett in Down Town Jersey City
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try sublet.com or craigslist.

Posted on: 2007/6/6 23:35
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Re: Do we have a dog leash ordinance in JC?
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I have a small Jack Russel mix and I was walking her one night when a female with a pit bull rounded the corner. My dog HATES pitbulls for some reason or another so she barked at him and he came charging at us. Luckly I was just crossing the street so I scooped her up as the pit came and jumped up at me. The pits owner just whistled for him without even tunring her head. The dog completely disregarded her. At this point I held my dog over my head as the pit jump up at me for the 3rd time.....so I kicked it right in the throa, which got the owners attention who cam running over screaming at me. She had to grab the dogs collar and drag him with all her might to get him away from me. She said she was going to call the cops and I picked up my phone and dialed for her...trying to call her bluff, without luck. In the end the cops came & heard both of our stories. I explained that the dog dis not have a leash on (the owner did not even have one with her) & he would not stop jumping on me to get my dog so I kicked him as hard as I could. The girl said she was walking her dog as my dog attacked hers and I stopped it by kicking her dog. I further explained that i did not want to be there I do not want to take it any further but I do think she should put a leash on her animal especially since it was a pit. She made them file a report so that she could take me to court, which they were not happy about.

Nothing ever came of it, but I am soo surprised that they did not ticket her & allowed it to go that far and waste so much of there time as they did.

It may have been because the girl was a model and two meat heads cops rolled up to the scene.

Either way it was no fun and I in no way look to hurt animals, but I was actually extremely scared and have seen a pitpull attack before.

Posted on: 2007/6/4 22:28
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Re: Studio seeks extras for new baseball movie being filmed in Jersey City
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when I lived in Miami & in school I did some extra work. I worked on Bad Boys II for 4 days long days too like 12+ hrs for $100 a day. On the plus side it was on the beach surrounded by the hottest women in South Beach looking to be discovered. in general it is really boring work though.

Posted on: 2007/6/4 22:13
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Re: Jersey City states crime is down
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I agree there are too many variables here. What is the definition of crime? How many go unreported? Who is responsible for collecting this information & from who? It has gone down since last year, but what about the year before or compared to other cities?

It is good to see it in print but it doesn't mean it is fact. Although I would sure love to believe it.

Posted on: 2007/6/4 22:10
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Re: Announce arrests of 19 Latin Kings
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19 down .....100,000 to go

Posted on: 2007/6/2 16:45
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Re: the daytime pianist in paulus hook
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i love the sounds of the piano, but ALL NIGHT...someone would be getting a brick through the window.

Posted on: 2007/6/1 15:46
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Re: So much for all of you folks who predicted a JC/NYC RE Crash
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"BOOMING economy" is definately an overstatement.

I agree that typically the economy is heading to or in a much more obvious recession when the real estate market is suffering. However, considering ALL factors our country is not too far off. Wait till we see the unemployment, inflation, interest rate numbers (just to name a few) once all/majority of our troops return home & another president is in office. I believe it will all get worse before it gets any better.

The stock market is doing well for many reasons but one of which is largely based off the real estate downtown. You have all these large investors that have to put their money some where so they turn to real estate alternatives (stocks, bonds, money markets, business ventures, etc).

just my thoughts

Posted on: 2007/6/1 11:09
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Re: landlord help needed
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hhhhmmmmm I think he is onto something. I am not too sure how tight you are for money, but just getting it and installing yourself would would certainly work.

good call fat-ass-bike (as in HD fatboy???)

Posted on: 2007/6/1 2:18
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Re: So much for all of you folks who predicted a JC/NYC RE Crash
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JC will be fine if not stronger in the long run, but I foresee major problems in the immediate future. they are building new construction left and right as if population is about to double or something. once these current projects are complete, people have 6-12 months to default on a mortgage, and after the x-mas / tax season the real estate market will be an all new animal. You will see deals left and right.

well at least that is my thooughts

Posted on: 2007/5/31 22:03
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Re: landlord help needed
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the best way about doing so would be to find out the price for the fan itself. Figure out where you would want it as long as it is not in the way or cause any other problems. If you are handy then you can install yourself if not find out from a handy man about how much to install a fan in place of an already exsisting light assembly. Then the day before you send in the rent check call him/her and say that with the humid weather your place has been getting very stuffy or out right hot and that you think the "such and such light" would be a perfect spot for a fan. Your friend recently had one installed for around "what ever you have come up with". Then ask him/her if they would perfer to have it installed or would they perfer you to do so and compensate through a discounted rent equal to the amount of the fan and install.

Posted on: 2007/5/31 21:49
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