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Real Estate

Why You Should Use a Realtor to Sell Your Home

In today’s market, many sellers are trying to save costs somewhere and the first place they turn to is real estate commissions, resulting in their selling their homes on their own. When putting up a for sale by owner (FSBO), sellers need to make sure they are ready for the work ahead of them that an experienced and knowledgeable realtor

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Ask the Realtor

ASK THE REALTOR:I am looking to rent an apartment or house. Based on my income I figure that I can afford about $1,500–$1,900 each month. What advice can you give me about getting the best deal for my money?

LYDIA RUSSO:The first thing I would advise you to do is to go see

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Tzur Hadassah: An Alternative for Young Jerusalemites

Tzur Hadassah is one of Jerusalem’s suburbs and is undergoing a major expansion. Nestled in the Judean Hills within Israel’s “green line,” the community is just a short drive to Hadassah’s Ein Kerem medical center and eight miles from Jerusalem’s city limits. It is gaining the attention of many young

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Ask the Realtor: Issue 6

Why is it important to buy a house with a realtor?

An experienced realtor is very knowledgeable in the fluctuations of the real estate market as it pertains to each township. Given the recent decline and imbalance in the real estate market over the last few years, you do not

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What You Need to Know About Mortgage Insurance

What is mortgage insurance?

Lenders typically require mortgage insurance for loans with less than 20 percent equity or down payment. The most common types of mortgage insurance options are provided by either the Federal Housing Administration (FHA) or private companies. As payment for

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ParkEight Bliss

At ParkEight, residents live in luxury and comfort at their finest. The ambience, tranquility, convenient location, and quality of ParkEight’s community of eight boutique condominium buildings allow residents to enjoy the serene greenery surroundings of their Bakka neighborhood, while minutes away from Jerusalem’s city center.

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Upgrade Your Entryway With Simple DIY Projects

(BPT) - You only get one chance to make a first impression and that first statement for your home begins with your front door. Fortunately, there are a few simple projects to help welcome your family and friends into your home with style.

Start Fresh With a New Door

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Expanding Your Living Space to the Outdoors

Spring is upon us so now is the time to think about how to expand your living space to the outdoors. Whether you have a patio, deck or simply a grassy area you would like to utilize there are many ways to create an inviting and useful outdoor living space.

Seating areas can be created on a variety of

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Together We Make Home Happen

When purchasing a home accuracy matters. As a realtor at Links Residential, I will ensure that you are protected and your entire transaction is as smooth as possible. Our updated website (linksnj.com) offers the most accurate information about all homes that are on the market as well as extensive information about the towns in which they

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Hashmonaim: Small-Town Values

Hashmonaim, located on the outskirts of Modiin, is a popular community for English-speaking olim (immigrants). Its appeal emanates from the town’s warm, close-knit, “small town” environment and its excellent central location.

Also known as Ramat Modiin, Hashmonaim was established

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“I Need More Room!” Construction Financing Options

Thinking of doing construction? Sooo Show you the money! I can show you the money, but first you need to know your best alternatives and the process involved.

First you have to decide what you are looking to do to your home. Are you looking to do an expansion, a knock down and rebuild, a kitchen upgrade

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How to Revive a Lawn That Took a Beating This Winter

Most of the U.S. endured ridiculous subzero temperatures and record snowfalls this winter. So don’t be surprised if parts of your lawn—especially in low-lying areas—are dead on arrival in spring.

“Snow acts like a cover, but ice is bad for turf,” says Chris Lemcke, technical director

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