Rental availability is at a new low in Hunterdon County New Jersey. The struggle is real. I have 2 units available. One studio and a 2 bedroom in a charming converted barn. This building has been renovated but retained all the charming details.
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Located in the Heart of Hunterdon County on one of the prettiest roads. This home has both modern updates and the charm of a rural Farmette. Welcome to three nature filled acres with a barn and garage w/paved drive. There’s plenty of room here for a garden or a pool. Light filled rooms with a large 1st floor master bedroom. Pick raspberries and make pie in your kitchen with fresh white shaker style cabinetry and stainless steel appliances. This home offers flexible living space. If needed the LRG dining room could be guest space/office/gym/yoga/artist studio. In this home you will be surprised to find plenty of storage, 1st floor laundry, 2 new full bathrooms & Septic new 2018. Close to hwy commutes and all of the shopping in Flemington. Please come visit…sit a spell in the rockers on the porch & find home.
As real estate items present themselves, I hope to add some details that may be informative. The most recent topics are showings and feedback. When an agent lists your home you talk about how and when you’re going to show. There are a couple of ways agents make your home available in the multiple listing service or MLS. We have an agent only section with showing instructions. An agent is either going to take phone calls/texts and personally schedule with you or use a service. My preference is to take the calls personally due to the wide variety of challenges that come up. Most often they have to do with pets and sellers schedules.
Once your home is shown there are a couple of ways feedback is obtained. One way is a survey that will generate from the use of the lockbox. It is fairly generic and rates your property by price, condition and level of buyer interest 1-5. The survey may also be linked to an email. Depending on the level of interest there may be a text from the buyer’s agent. My preference is calling to hear if there are any concerns my seller might be able to address. I feel no matter what the information is good or bad it could be helpful.
Sellers are always excited to hear someone loved their home as much as they do. However getting useful feedback is not always easy. The agent showing may have been on a whirlwind tour with their buyers. It may take a couple of calls for them to get back to your agent with details about their visit. I am committed to giving feedback as I get it. Some agents only give feedback once a week. Either way it is an important part of the selling process.