Jersey Shore Buyer Resources
Are you thinking of buying a home in the Jersey Shore area?
Finding the right home can be a difficult process but no matter what you are looking for, as an experienced real estate agent, I can provide you with the resources you need to make the home buying process simpler, from specific neighborhood information, to tools to estimate your mortgage payments, and buyer resources and articles that will help you through the home buying process.
Buying a home can be an overwhelming process! I’m here to help you by not only being your REALTOR, but also by providing you with as much information as possible so that you can make an educated decision in the buying process.
I’m happy to provide you many online resources so that you, as a BUYER, can find relevant information for your property search in Margate, Ventnor, Longport and Atlantic City and surrounding areas of Somers Point, Linwood, Northfield, and Egg Harbor Township, NJ. There is also information to help you stay current with local news, mortgage interest rates & calculators, community information, and many other useful resources.
Buying a property is probably the biggest investment you will make in your lifetime. I want you to be comfortable with your decision and feel as if you have the information needed to make it with comfort. Of course, if you are not finding what you need, don’t hesitate to contact me. I am happy to help you throughout every stage of the home buying process.
Click on our links below to start your search. I have provided information here that is local to Margate, Ventnor, Longport, Atlantic City and surrounding areas.
- 2017 Municipal Tax Rates in Atlantic County
- State of New Jersey Property Tax Information
- 1031 Exchange Information
- Flood Protection Information
- Search for Homes
- Featured Listings
- Mortgage Information
- Local Schools
- Buyer’s Agency – For Your Protection as a Buyer!
- C.L.U.E. Home Buyer’s Information
- C.L.U.E. Order by Mail
- Protect Your Family from Lead in Your Home
- Community Report
- Consumer Information Statement
- Legal and Law Offices
- Top 16 Most Reviewed Home Alarm & Security Systems
- First Time Home Buyers Guide
- New Jersey State Tax News, Summer 2017 Issue
- Mover’s Guide
- Home Warranty Guide
Visit our special section on Atlantic City Investment Opportunities.
Get Pre-qualified for a Mortgate BEFORE You Start Actively Shopping for Properties:
Obtaining financing is one of the most critical parts of a real estate transaction. As a buyer, it is important to do your research and get pre-qualified BEFORE you start actively looking at properties. Getting pre-qualified is important, because it saves you time by allowing you to focus on properties you know you can afford. In addition, it helps your offer to be accepted over other offers from non-qualified buyers, because then the seller will know he is not wasting time negotiating with you. Sellers don’t want to waste their time if you truly cannot afford to buy the property being offered.
To get more information about pre-qualification and mortgages, go to our Mortgage Information Resource Page.
BUYER RESOURCE ARTICLES FOR JERSEY SHORE BUYERS
Buying a home can be complicated, but here are some valuable resource articles that may be helpful for you as you are going through the home buying process. These articles cover the basics from understanding how real estate agents assist with the process, to analyzing your budget and financial status, dealing with inspections, making an offer on that home, and preparing for the paperwork process that goes along with this life changing financial decision. For assistance or quick answers to your real estate questions, give a call to (609) 487-9996 or Contact us!
- Appraisals and Market Value
- Escrow and Closing Costs
- Finding the Right Home
- Home Inspections and Warranties
- Making an Offer
- Property Taxes
- Tax Considerations
- What You Can Afford
- Working With a Real Estate Agent
- Why Work With a Buyer’s Agent
If you have any other information about buying a home on the Jersey Shore, please contact Sherri Lilienfield.