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  • Understanding New Jersey’s “Exit Tax”
    Understanding New Jersey’s “Exit Tax”

    The “Exit Tax” is Not Even a Tax, It Is An Estimated Tax Payment. When a home is sold in New Jersey, sellers have to make an estimated tax payment at the time of closing. This estimated tax payment is ...

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  • Huge Homeowner Tax Break Expires December 31, 2016
    Huge Homeowner Tax Break Expires December 31, 2016

    Capitalize on Last-Minute Tax Breaks by Contacting a Real Estate Attorney An advantageous tax break expires December 31, 2016, bringing serious financial implications to homeowners in need of a short ...

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  • NJ Leads the Nation in Zombie Foreclosures
    NJ Leads the Nation in Zombie Foreclosures

    New Jersey currently has over 4,000 zombie foreclosure properties, highest in the US The foreclosure crisis in New Jersey is creating unique opportunities for buyers of distressed properties, whether ...

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  • Foreclosures Still on Rise in NJ
    Foreclosures Still on Rise in NJ

    We Have Averaged 7 Weeks To Obtain Short Sale Approval Over The Last 12 Months Foreclosure filings remain fast and furious in New Jersey. Many borrowers still find themselves in the difficult position ...

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  • Mortgage Forgiveness Debt Relief Act Opens Door to Real Estate Fraud
    Mortgage Forgiveness Debt Relief Act Opens Door to Real Estate Fraud

    Last December, President Obama signed an extension of the Mortgage Forgiveness Debt Relief Act through 2016, which is good news to thousands of NJ homeowners as the option of short selling or ...

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  • 'Fiscal cliff' deal saved New Jersey homeowners underwater from tax man
    'Fiscal cliff' deal saved New Jersey homeowners underwater from tax man

    Ben Dash was interviewed by Star Ledger reporter Tom De Poto for an article appearing on January 6, 2013 pertaining to the one-year extension of the Mortgage Forgiveness Debt Relief Act. By Tom De ...

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