Barnegat Light NJ Realtors
The Customized Home Marketing System by Mary Allen Realty, Inc.
Selling a Home in Barnegat Light NJ
The Customized Home Marketing System, offered by Mary Allen, assists you in differentiating your home from others in your marketplace.
This marketing system will help alleviate any anxiety you may have about selling your home and guide you through the selling process. The Customized Home Marketing System will show you all the enhanced marketing support and customer convenience services the System can offer you.
The Customized Home Marketing System Offers Proprietary Marketing Tools to Provide You with Superior Service when Selling Your Home.
- A Powerfull Brand Name
- Robust Online Marketing
- Global Referral Network
- Specialty Markets
Mary Allen can answer your questions, provide professional advice, and handle all the details for you.
Like you, today's consumers want comprehensive services from their real estate professional. Mary Allen offers services you want and can provide you with the peace of mind you deserve. Services such as:
- Mortgage Services
- Home Warranty Protection
- Home Inspection Services
- Title/Escrow Services
- Professional Moving Services
With the Customized Marketing System, the System averages a home bought or sold a minute every day. Is there any reason why we can't sell yours?
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The Complete Home Buying Solution
Buying a Home in Barnegat Light NJ
If you are interested in purchasing a new home or a second home, Mary Allen Realty will assist you with the entire process from beginning to end.
Every home buyer deserves a knowledgable and experienced Realtor to guide them through the often complicated process. Searching for a home is the easy part, it is when you find that perfect home and decide to make an offer, that is when the complicated part begins. How do you know how much to offer for the home? How do you know how much the home is worth? How do you negotiate when going back and forth with the other realtor? The negotiation phase is truly an art form which we have mastered after years and years of experience and we are ready to put that experience to work for you.
After you agree on a purchase price, there are many fiduciary responsibilities required which we will handle for you
- The Attorney Review Process - The contract is further clarified by the Attorneys
- The Home Inspection - The home is inspected to find any hidden defects
- Mortgage Application and Commitment - We will make sure all timeframes are met
- Insurance - We can help you to find optional Buyer's insurance
- Timeframes - We help to follow up on all timeframes necessary in the contract.
- Utilities - We guide you to get all the utilities turned over to your name.
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The Complete Rental Solution
Renting a Home in Barnegat Light NJ
If you are interested in renting a long beach island nj vacation home, Mary Allen Realty will assist you with the entire process from beginning to end.
We will help you to find the perfect rental, to preview homes and to fill out the required documents to rent the home. We are able to answer any and all of your questions before, during and after your stay. We want you to come back to Mary Allen Realty, year after year.
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Barnegat Light NJ Realtors. Barnegat Light NJ Real Estate.
The area surrounding the Barnegat Bay and Barnegat Inlet was described by Henry Hudson in 1609, as "...a great lake of water, as we could judge it to be ... The mouth of the lake hath many shoals, and the sea breaketh on them as it is cast out of the mouth of it." The name of the existing town was obtained from the Bay and Inlet, which were originally named in 1614 "Barendegat," or "Inlet of the Breakers," by Dutch settlers, referring to the waterway's turbulent channel.
The first lighthouse tower was built in 1835 to coincide with the increased economic dependence on the inlet. Whaling had been permitted in the area in 1678, timber was often freighted through from sawmills on the mainland, and Cranberry Inlet (opened in 1750 to provide a shortcut for cargo ships) had recently been closed.. #Wikipedia