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The Homebuyers and Homeseller Guide

Mortgage Rate Update  Find A Home in Queens and Long Island  Find A Home in New Jersey Rent A Home

CHINESE REAL ESTATE NETWORK  華人房地產網
(contact us to have your name listed here)

The following realtors can speak Chinese to help you find your dream house 我們說漢語, 讓我們幫助您:

RE/MAX Fortune Properties 家園地產公司
Grace Lee 李太太
474 Sylvan Ave (9W), Englewood Cliffs, NJ 07632 (201) 816-8889

Admo Bros, Realth Inc. 普天壽地產公司
Cathy Chin 陳太太
742 Bergen Blvd, Ridgefield, NJ 07657 (201) 945-7484

RE/MAX Properties Center 家園地產公司
Dandan Watson 鄭丹丹
East 40 Midland Ave, Paramus , NJ 07652 (201) 262-9585

To Buy A House:

1. Where do you want to live?
2. Selecting a Realtor
3 At the Realtor's Office
4. Viewing Homes
5. This is It!
6. Making the Offer
7. The Contract
8. Financing & Other Considerations
9. The Closing

To Sell A House:

1. What's the best way to attract buyers?
2. How do I know how much to ask?
3. Where do I begin?
4. Is my home ready for sale?
5. How quickly can I sell?
6. Showing the house
7. How do I know if the buyers are serious?
8. How can I be sure I'm getting the best deal?
9. How do I negotiate the sale?
10. "Saving the Commission"
11. Make it a Safe Sale
12. Governmental Issues
13. The Legal Line
14. Financial Concerns
15. What is MLS?
16. Why Use a Realtor?
  Moving Worksheet
  Sellers Estimated Proceeds Worksheet
  Glossary of Terms

(Source: The Multiple Listing Service of Long Island Inc.)

Rent A Home

www.apartmentsource.com - For $49 a month, you get 30 days of access to listings and E-mails. All apartments are no-fee.

www.corcoran.com - Has rental listings in Manhattan and Brooklyn, but few in the other boroughs. Some of the rental listings were obsolete. The listings of apartments for sale had several photos; many of the rental listings didn't.

www.easyrent.com - Costs $189 for access to listings. This is a national service that also has apartments in other cities. You can place an ad for landlords to contact you.

www.featherednest.com - A Manhattan-only service affiliated with Brown Harris Stevens. It begins with a questionnaire asking about neighborhood, price range and apartment size. Individual listings give the name and Email address of the broker and a brief description like,

www.nymls.com - New site with listings from more than 100 real estate brokers offering detailed Info about neighborhoods. Offers a virtual tour of some apartments.

www.nyrealty.com - The site has descriptions, photos, customized maps and recent sales info on Manhattan homes, as well as free E-mail alerts. Users Pay 15% commissions on rentals; sellers pay commissions on sales.

www.Rent-Direct.com - For $169, sends E-mail with listings that meet your profile. The site has an abundance of no-fee apartments in Queens, Brooklyn and Manhattan.

www.wbmay.com - Listings for Manhattan and Brooklyn. Based on a questionnaire users are given a list of rentals and for-sales.

 


 

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