Home Buyers Seminar this Sunday

11/4/2009:

Interested in learning more about buying a home in today’s market? Head over to the Turning Point (14th and Sinatra) this Sunday at 5pm to hear from Realtors at Coldwell Bankers (Westfield)…

Free Home Buyers Seminar January 31 2010 Hoboken NJ

The Extended Tax Credit…

“Congress has passed an extension to the 2009 First-Time Homebuyer Credit. To take advantage of the revised credit buyers must sign a purchase agreement by April 30, 2010 and close by June 30, 2010.

Repeat buyers should know that they may also be eligible for a tax credit of up to $6,500, provided they have owned and lived in their home consecutively for at least five of the previous eight years. This historical tax opportunity, combined with low interest rates and high inventory, makes Spring 2010 the perfect time to buy a home!

But… buying a home for the first time can be a daunting experience, so how to begin?

Why not join us for a free Home Buyers seminar this coming Sunday evening, January 31st? You will hosted by a select group of top agents that can provide you with whatever information you may need about the purchasing process and more about the tax credit. These agents are also area specialists. They can answer your questions regarding the vast array of communities to choose from if you are planning a move out of Hoboken. Many of these towns offer amenities similar to Hoboken: centralized downtowns, easy commuting, fine dining and shopping combined with highly ranked schools beautiful parks, cultural and ethnic diversity and easy access to airports. In addition, there will be a mortgage representative, real estate attorney, and home inspector all on hand to offer their expertise and answer whatever questions you may have.

Please feel free to stop by the Turning Point this Sunday, January 31st, from 5 to 6pm. Be our guest for coffee and dessert during this brief seminar. Reservations would be helpful by email: MovingFromHoboken@gmail.com or phone: 908-233-2386. If that’s not possible, simply stop by. We look forward to seeing you!”

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8 Comments on "Home Buyers Seminar this Sunday"

rag246
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rag246

Do people really think the tax credit is benefiting them? Sellers just price that in, so it doesn’t affect the buyer. I doubt many people in Hoboken who are in a position to buy a house meet the maximum salary requirements anyway.

It’s just more hot air from your local Realtwhore. Lowball everyone, and don’t worry when your shill Realtor tells you it would be insulting. If a seller is insulted, they must not really need to sell. Let their shoebox rot on the market for $500,000.

julro
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julro

yea lonnie it would be diffrent if they had something to add

plywood
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plywood

@ “Hoboken is about as ethically diverse as a bag of marshmallows…”

Hey, I think it is a typo, but I have to disagree. A number of us have a smattering of ethics.

Easy-E
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Ooops, but yeah, it sure is ethically diverse!

Ethnically, not so much.

In response to plywood who said:
@ “Hoboken is about as ethically diverse as a bag of marshmallows…”

Hey, I think it is a typo, but I have to disagree. A number of us have a smattering of ethics.

oceanbloo
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oceanbloo

I disagree, too. Walk into any public school in Hoboken and you’ll see lots of ethnic diversity. (Assuming you meant ‘ethnic’ versus ‘ethical’ diversity.)

Maybe there’s not much ethnic diversity coming out of the Path station at 6:30pm, but walk the streets during the day, go to Pier A park on the weekend, scan the crowd during any parade…I’d say there’s plenty of diversity.

In response to plywood who said:
@ “Hoboken is about as ethically diverse as a bag of marshmallows…”

Hey, I think it is a typo, but I have to disagree. A number of us have a smattering of ethics.

Easy-E
Member

“Many of these towns offer amenities similar to Hoboken: centralized downtowns, easy commuting, fine dining and shopping combined with highly ranked schools beautiful parks, cultural and ethnic diversity and easy access to airports.”

AHAHAHAHAHA…

Amenities similar to Hoboken?? Highly ranked schools? Cultural and Ethnic diversity?

Hoboken is about as ethically diverse as a bag of marshmallows, and the schools cost more per student per year than most college tuition and they still suck.

So what they mean to say is “amenities very much unlike Hoboken”

DEADMAU5
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DEADMAU5

It sure is a buyers market

lonnie1wsj
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lonnie1wsj

Man o man….You’ve got something to say about everything..!
Do you work or have any hobbies or just sit on your butt scanning H411….?

In response to DEADMAU5 who said:
It sure is a buyers market

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