Joan Farrell
717 Battersea Road Ocean City, NJ 08226 Phone: 609-399-1311 Mobile: 609-517-7644 Email Joan

Helpful Tips for Home Buyers



Congratulations!  You have decided to purchase a home  or are thinking about buying one.  You'll be joining the ranks of families who realize that home ownership offers a number of benefits including building equity, saving for the future, and creating a relaxing environment for your family. If you are buying a second home, whether for personal use or for investment, you will find that the joys of sharing the Jersey Shore experience now make seashore real estate an ideal place to invest for the future. And if you are thinking about a year-round home at the shore, Ocean City has more to offer, with a high school, a wonderful community center, a vibrant downtown, a progressive government and the best boardwalk in the US! 

If Ocean City is not for you, there are a number of charming mainland communities with their own attractions as well as convenience to the shore for you to choose from.

 In the following reports, you'll find the information that may help you make a wise buying decision.  We'll take you through the planning process step-by-step,  to help you determine which home is right for you.  You'll find a host of informative articles on mortgages, viewing homes, the offer, closing details and moving.  You can also contact me directly.  I strongly suggest that you begin your search online with targeted viewings keyed to your needs, so that you can get a feel for the marketplace and what properties are worth before you begin your physical search.  Visit my link at "Personalized Advanced Search" to register.

Please contact me if you have any questions about buying a home in Ocean City or elsewhere in New Jersey.

Below, select desired reports and complete the form provided.

Avoid Common Buyer Errors
Some buyers, however, caught up in the excitement of buying a new home tend to overlook some items. When you have a systematic plan before you shop, you’ll be sure to avoid these costly errors. Here are some tips on making the most of your home purchase.
But Do You Need It
Buying a home can be an emotional, time-consuming, and complex process. There are a few things that you can do to help make the process go as smooth as possible.
Buying Your First Home
Many renters are starting to think about purchasing a home of their own. This article highlights several factors that should be considered when purchasing a home.
The Right Home at the Right Price
This article helps you become a savvy buyer, by pointing out some of the pitfalls inherent in the home-buying process.
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