Hoboken Real Estate on Craigslist

3/2/2009:

Is 400+ rentals per day normal?

The other day, a friend of mine mentioned to me that there were “tons” of Hoboken rentals cluttering the Craigslist entries lately… Is that normal? Or are there many more than usual?

And a question for the realtors… I’ve heard from several agents that they’re getting frustrated with the Craigslist listings, and feel that they’re not too effective. Is that true?

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45 Comments on "Hoboken Real Estate on Craigslist"

nacholibre
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nacholibre

[quote comment=”140136″][quote comment=”140119″]I used CL and Real-TORS (as they say in the commercials) [/quote]

Every time I hear that it drives me absolutely mad.[/quote]

Always wondered if I was the only one who thought that was bizarre.

hobokenj
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hobokenj

[quote comment=”140368″]Rents in ther city are much better than in Hoboken now, why rent a crappy hoboken apt for the same price you can take advantage of the city market-I’ve found numerous luxury one bedrooms in the city for 2000-2400, and include a free gym, sun/roof decks, pools, concierge, etc.
In hoboken the ‘luxury’ (cheapo detailed buildings by applied, etc, with no real luxury I have seen) 1 brs go for no less than 2400-3400…
and the best part is-people in ny actually have street smarts/don’t walk/whine like a FL retirement community![/quote]

And at that price you get 500 sq ft place vs 900 in Hoboken. 200 a month vs 400 month for parking
No washer and dryer in the unit.
No central AC
Cost of living in city is much higher also i.e. groceries.

So living in Hoboken is still cheaper, the gap may be closer but still much cheaper.

And by whining about other people whining you are now part of the FL retirement Community. Welcome

emarche
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[quote comment=”140368″]Rents in ther city are much better than in Hoboken now, why rent a crappy hoboken apt for the same price you can take advantage of the city market-I’ve found numerous luxury one bedrooms in the city for 2000-2400, and include a free gym, sun/roof decks, pools, concierge, etc.
In hoboken the ‘luxury’ (cheapo detailed buildings by applied, etc, with no real luxury I have seen) 1 brs go for no less than 2400-3400…
and the best part is-people in ny actually have street smarts/don’t walk/whine like a FL retirement community![/quote]

Good. Move. Get the f out.

siwa22
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siwa22

[quote comment=”140347″]can’t say “has a view”…what if the person is blind? cant say “sunny location” what if the person is an albino or a VAMPIRE? can’t say “i want people who can pay their rent on time because i have to pay the hoboken city taxes on this property” what if the people are economic victims of Pres Bush or have an envelope-phobia (which is a treatable disease) that prevents them from paying their bills and is completely responsible for their 46 fico score! they are all victims…[/quote]

hahahahaha

biguptobk
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biguptobk

Rents in ther city are much better than in Hoboken now, why rent a crappy hoboken apt for the same price you can take advantage of the city market-I’ve found numerous luxury one bedrooms in the city for 2000-2400, and include a free gym, sun/roof decks, pools, concierge, etc.
In hoboken the ‘luxury’ (cheapo detailed buildings by applied, etc, with no real luxury I have seen) 1 brs go for no less than 2400-3400…
and the best part is-people in ny actually have street smarts/don’t walk/whine like a FL retirement community!

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