Halliburton Homes Realty

Note: Done. Became Robert Bazouzi Hair Studio in 2012.

Halliburton Homes moves to downtown Hoboken

8/4/2010 Update:

Halliburton Homes originally had one office at 718 Washington Street – then ran two offices simultaneously for a while – including their newer location at 254-256 First Street.

Well, the midtown location has closed up shop – and they now run solely from the downtown location. A much larger, and nicer layout than the previous sub-sidewalk level office.


Description: Real Estate Agents. “Jesse Halliburton, broker of record. See website for extensive Hoboken real estate listings; condos, apartments, commercial real estate.”
Services: Real Estate Agents
Website: www.halliburtonhomes.com
Address: 254-256 First Street, Hoboken, NJ 07030 (formerly 718 Washington St.)
Telephone: 201-792-4300, 201-420-7766

See what it looked like uptown from years ago – after the break

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HobokenLifer
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HobokenLifer

Police layoffs are approved by the state today and Haliburton is moving closer to the Jersey City border. Those property values Will drop drastically IF crime rises. And their new location is not a good one for quality of life. Hypothetical questions. 1) Do you as a reader have any idea how many homicides have occurred in Jersey City, within a half-mile of our borders, in the past 14 months? 2) In knowing that, do you think it is worth the $70 a year that you may save on your taxes to get rid of 18 cops AND risk your property value’s decline?

blogbabe
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blogbabe

Hoboken Lifer you clearly don’t get out much!!! I grew up on Erie Street and am proud to be from JC! It is absolutely a safe place to live and raise a family! Like anywhere else in this world the area has it’s problems…. you are clearly one of Hoboken’s issues – ignorant!

As for Halliburton Homes their new store front looks beautiful![quote comment=”195538″]Police layoffs are approved by the state today and Haliburton is moving closer to the Jersey City border. Those property values Will drop drastically IF crime rises. And their new location is not a good one for quality of life. Hypothetical questions. 1) Do you as a reader have any idea how many homicides have occurred in Jersey City, within a half-mile of our borders, in the past 14 months? 2) In knowing that, do you think it is worth the $70 a year that you may save on your taxes to get rid of 18 cops AND risk your property value’s decline?[/quote]

pawzclawz
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pawzclawz

You have no idea what you are talking about. My investment property is located in the building where Halliburton is relocating. 1st&Park is a great area of town. [quote comment=”195538″]Police layoffs are approved by the state today and Haliburton is moving closer to the Jersey City border. Those property values Will drop drastically IF crime rises. And their new location is not a good one for quality of life. Hypothetical questions. 1) Do you as a reader have any idea how many homicides have occurred in Jersey City, within a half-mile of our borders, in the past 14 months? 2) In knowing that, do you think it is worth the $70 a year that you may save on your taxes to get rid of 18 cops AND risk your property value’s decline?[/quote]

jcboyz
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jcboyz

Give me a break!!!!!! You have no idea what you are talking about!!!! 1st Street in Hoboken is one of the nicest tree lined streets in town. There are restaurants, shops and hundreds of residents walking this street daily! Also, Downtown Jersey City is getting better every day! More shops and restaurants have opened in the past year in JC than in the last 5 years combined and in this economy, now that is amazing!! [quote comment=”195538″]Police layoffs are approved by the state today and Haliburton is moving closer to the Jersey City border. Those property values Will drop drastically IF crime rises. And their new location is not a good one for quality of life. Hypothetical questions. 1) Do you as a reader have any idea how many homicides have occurred in Jersey City, within a half-mile of our borders, in the past 14 months? 2) In knowing that, do you think it is worth the $70 a year that you may save on your taxes to get rid of 18 cops AND risk your property value’s decline?[/quote]

Easy-E
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BOOGA BOOOGA BOOOO! The criminals are comin’ ta git ya! They rapin’ everbody! Tell ’em Antoine!

youtube.com/watch?v=vZKXAFqdlC4&feature=related%5Bquote comment=”195543″]Give me a break!!!!!! You have no idea what you are talking about!!!! 1st Street in Hoboken is one of the nicest tree lined streets in town. There are restaurants, shops and hundreds of residents walking this street daily! Also, Downtown Jersey City is getting better every day! More shops and restaurants have opened in the past year in JC than in the last 5 years combined and in this economy, now that is amazing!!

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