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I just listed this 1 bedroom Mediterranean North coop for sale today.  If you don’t know about coops, go to my article about this type of residence.  Let’s start with an introduction to Mediterranean North.

Mediterranean Tower North

Med North is what most of call it but it’s really Mediterranean Tower North.  There’s actually 3 towers:  Med North, Med South and Med West.  All were coop hi rise buildings until Med South (next to Med North) became a condominium a few years ago.  Because Mediterranean North is so close to the George Washington Bridge, it’s very convenient to the Columbia Presbyterian Hospital Complex.  As a result, there’s actually a jitney bus service just for people who work there.  Med North Coop

This is a large hi rise building with all the luxury amenities you’d expect from 24/7 concierge services and door men to a play yard for children.  It is a self managed building with a fully staffed office just off of the lobby entrance.  The lobby, hallways and elevators were recently upgraded so this building has a decidedly elegant ambiance.

Because owners thought it was unfair to bundle all services together, several years ago some of the amenities became a la carte so to speak.  As a result, only those members who want to use the outdoor swimming pool facilities pay a nominal fee.  The same goes for the health club.  Everyone has to include a basic cable charge of $68 in their monthly maintenance; you can add on additional cable options at your own expense.

Med North has always been a prestigious address.  While it is a large building with 483 apartments, it is also an intimate community where people find new lifelong friends.  Check out their website for more details.

Mediterranean North Coop23 D at 2100 Linwood Ave

My listing has just been completely painted, professionally cleaned and all wall to wall carpet replaced.  It’s a top floor apartment on the 23rd floor facing west with truly amazing views of the mountains.  Facing west has a great advantage – sunlight.  Tons of sunlight pour into this coop unit nearly all day.

There is one large, open space for a living room/dining room area.  This opens to the enclosed terrace which you’ll enjoy from spring through fall.

Because storage is always an issue with apartments, Med North was designed with a solution.  Closets are large and many.  They are so big that I can’t imagine you’ll need more.

The kitchen is square shaped which gives you more room than the typical apartment aisle kitchen.  The feeling is open, bright and spacious.  Location is so convenient too.  While you’re near the floor laundry room and elevator, the apartment is very quiet.

Parking  Mediterranean North Co-op

Parking is always a concern for hi rise building shoppers.  While parking spaces don’t stay with a unit when it’s sold, there are spaces available at a monthly fee of $60 for outside or $75 for indoor.  You can also have overnight guest parking for $10 per night.  Just make arrangements with the management office in advance.

Price and Maintenance Costs

23 D is on the market for $139,000.  Maintenance is $1,064.28  This includes the basic cable cost of $68 monthly, gas, water (cold and hot), taxes and the underlying mortgage.  Basically everything except electric.

Med North Fort LeeTo see this fresh and bright Mediterranean North coop for sale just call me at 201-741-8490.  I don’t expect it to be on the market for long before it finds a buyer.  Med North is very popular and this is a nice unit that’s an affordable entry to Fort Lee NJ.

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38 Coriander Way


38 Coriander Way in Englewood is a 2 bedroom 1 bath apartment that I just listed for rent at $1,725 per month.  Let me tell you about this Englewood rental.

Coriander Way

Coriander Way is a condominium development that was built in 1988.  It’s a small community; there are only 60 units.  Since it was built in the late 1980’s the exterior style is contemporary.  Contemporary architecture was very popular back then.  Built with a modern flair, the floor plan is open.  Added value comes from the fact that all units have their own washer and dryer.  Pricing is moderate when you compare Coriander Way to other developments at that time.  As a result, this is a popular complex with both buyers and tenants.

38 coriander wayEnd Unit Advantages

38 Coriander Way is a first floor end unit.  End units have the advantage of an outside wall which gives you 2 advantages.  Windows add light on that outside wall and more privacy because there is no neighbor on that side.  End units are sometimes slightly wider than interior units too.  As a result, being an end unit makes an apartment more desirable.

38 Coriander Features

This rental apartment has several great features.  It has great space with an open space floor plan.  You walk into a foyer and then turn to a large space that makes up the living room, formal dining room and kitchen.  Even though you can see each area as a separate space, there are no walls.  Additionally both kitchen and bathroom are updated nicely.  The kitchen has an island with a breakfast bar too.  38 Coriander Way

Floors are hardwood except for the 2 bedrooms which are carpeted.  Ceiling height is great too.  Another great feature is the stackable washer and dryer.  This is the only rental in the area that has it’s own laundry facilities.  Imagine not having to go to a laundromat or an outside laundry room!

Coriander Way is an all electric development and this apartment comes with 1 outdoor parking space.

Landlord Requirements

The landlord asks that a proposed tenant come to her with at least a 700 FICO score, a completed tenant application and a NTN report.  Occupancy date is November 15th.

If you have any questions or would like to see this apartment, call or text me at 201-741-8490.





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96 Knickerbocker Rd


96 Knickerbocker Road in Englewood is on the market for sale at $439,000.  Sunday there is an open house from 1 to 4 pm and showings are easy at other times because the house is vacant.

96 Knickerbocker Road

This is a 1913 side hall colonial that has been beautifully renovated by a local architect.  It’s truly a labor of love.  Because so many of these homes are knocked down for new construction, there are fewer available every year.  The seller restores turn of the century and Victorian Era homes to preserve them.

As a result, this is not your typical fix Aand flip house.  Come inside and take a look at the quality of the work that’s been done.  The kitchen alone displays the superior materials and craftsmanship.  You’ll find real wood cabinets – not veneers over pressed wood.  96 Knickerbocker Road

New Features

Improvements include 2 new bathrooms, a new kitchen, new windows, a new furnace, a new clothes washer and more.  This is a very charming home with the added plus of central air conditioning.

Artist Studio or Home Office

The attic is finished with an open space room and a separate finished room.  This would be ideal for an artist studio or as a home office.  There are other possible uses too of course.  As a result, you have 3 levels of living space.

Location is great too.

Fabulous Location Benefits

It’s a 15 minute walk to NYC bus commuting.  You have a choice of 2 New Jersey Transit express bus commutes.  The 178 on West Palisade Avenue takes you across the George Washington Bridge.  The 166 takes you to the 41st Street Port Authority 96 Knickerbocker RoadTerminal.

Google says it’s a 13 minute walk to local shopping at Nathaniel Place.  You’ll find a Shoprite supermarket, Shoprite Liquors, Vittorio’s Pizza Restaurant, Capital One Bank and more.  Also right there is the Bergen New Jersey Performing Arts Center where there’s live theater, concerts, etc.  Go 1 more block and you’re in the heart of Englewood’s very trendy business district.

You will love the old world charm and modern conveniences of 96 Knickerbocker Road.  You’ll also love it’s convenient location.  Beautifully redone, this very special home has so much to offer.

Also – please note that since Englewood has not re-assessed the house yet for the improvements, we don’t have the correct property taxes.  We are guessing somewhere around or under $10,000.





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511 Knickerbocker Road

I just listed 511 Knickerbocker Road in Tenafly for sale at $999,900.  This is a beautiful home sitting on a gorgeous half acre property with over 4,100 square feet of living space.  While this house underwent a major expansion and renovation, it lost none of it’s early 20th century charm and character.  The result is a uniquely special ambiance.  You have both colonial charm and modern features.

Floor Plan

There are actually 4 levels of living space because there is a separate level for a relaxed, private family room plus a finished attic.  Traditional meets modern here.  The first level has a fabulous entry foyer that opens to the staircase going up to your right and living room to your left. Moving further through this level you have the formal dining room and then comes modernity.  The modern high end kitchen has a large dining area and expansive Family Room.  This is one open space and it works brilliantly with the traditional charm beginning.  511 Knickerbocker Road

One flight up on it’s own level is the private family room which is huge by any standard.  Another flight up you have the Master Suite and 3 more bedrooms.  The finished attic has it’s own bath with a skylight.

Down below are not 1 but 2 separate unfinished basement areas.  There is the smaller original – ideal for storage – and the new with a very high ceiling and prepped for finishing.


The house has high end materials throughout and gleaming hardwood floors.  Windows (except for a few ornamental) have been changed to modern double pane.  This makes the house very quiet.  There are charming porches in the front and rear of the house just for relaxing.  The Master Suite is stunning.  It is oversized, the private bath has both a stall shower and whirlpool tub and closets so big that you can use one as a home office.  In addition there is a private outdoor balcony overlooking the yard.

There are 2 fireplaces as well; one in the living room and one in the main level family room.

A Forever Home

511 Knickerbocker Road511 Knickerbocker Road is a forever home.  It is so big (5 bedrooms, 3.5 baths) that you’ll never need to upgrade.  The house is a statement of success and elegance.  The yard seems to go on forever.  Imagine the wonderful events you’ll have here over the years from winter dinner parties to children’s birthdays to backyard weddings.  There is in this home a grace and style blended seamlessly with modern features that’s rarely if ever found.

All this and the prestige of a Tenafly address!  Call me today at 201-741-8490 for your own private viewing of this important Tenafly residence.











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Coming SoonComing soon in Fort Lee and Englewood are 2 new listings that are quite different.

Englewood Home

Englewood homes are mostly gracious period colonials.  These are beautiful, charming houses with high ceilings, wood detailing and large windows allowing abundant light inside.  Styles include Victorian, Greek Revival, Farm House, Queen Anne, Georgian, Italianate, Colonial Revival and Tudor Revival.  Englewood has a very special ambiance because of these gorgeous classic homes.

Coming soon on the market for sale is an early 20th century colonial.  Built in 1918 it has 3 bedrooms and 2 full baths.  The current owner has redone the entire house and added central air.  This is a 3 bedroom 2 bath home with a finished 3rd level.    Here’s the floor plan for you –

  • 1st floor has a living room, dining room, eat in kitchen and full bath
  • 2nd floor has 3 bedrooms and a bath
  • 3rd floor has a finished room and storage

I’m expecting to put it on the market somewhere around the mid 400’s.

Fort Lee

Fort Lee is known for it’s many high rise luxury buildings.  Because Fort Lee is literally connected to the George Washington Bridge, values there are high because demand is very strong.  There are more co-op buildings in Fort Lee than anywhere else in Bergen County and more condo buildings too.  People joke about this by calling Fort Lee Manhattan West.

Three high rise buildings were built in the mid 1960’s through the early 1970’s by the same group .  They are called Mediterranean North, Mediterranean South and Mediterranean West.  We call them Med North, Med South and Med West.  These are luxury high rises with concierge services, outdoor pools, exercise rooms and other amenities.

Coming soon is a Med North 1 bedroom co-op unit with an amazing high floor western view.  While a NYC skyline view is prized in Fort Lee, NYC views from Med North aren’t always terrific.  This is because Med North is on top of the George Washington Bridge and several blocks from the eastern edge of town.  As a result, the bridge itself blocks the view.  So do other high rise buildings between Med North and NYC.  Lights from the GW Bridge at night make it impossible to see past them too.  As a result, western views from a top floor are also popular.

This 1 bedroom unit is being painted and getting professionally cleaned.  New carpet has been ordered too.  The projected asking price is $129,900.

So this is what’s coming soon in Englewood and Fort Lee.  If you’re interested in either property or would like more information, just text or call me at 201-741-8490.

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The theater season begins in Bergen County this weekend.  Community theater is alive and well here because it’s a great alternative to Broadway.

theater season begins in bergen countyLocal Theater Advantages

You’ll be surprised at how good our local theater is.  Here’s why:  We have amazing performers many of whom have Broadway level talent.

It’s so demanding to be in show business.  There is no security and few job opportunities.  It’s impossible to have a full time job because you must be available for last minute auditions.  As a result, many highly talented people choose a conventional life style and join local theater groups.

Broadway is expensive while community theater is not.  Performing arts centers are around $35-100 while community theater groups are typically $15-25.  Parking is free too.  Broadway will cost you around $70 just to cross the GW Bridge and park in a NYC garage.  Rather than going to New York, stay local and eat out too for less.

Bergen County Theater Groups

There is a long tradition of supporting local theater here.  We have 2 Performing Arts Centers with all sorts of live entertainment as well as plays.  In addition, there are our fine community theaters.  The theater season begins this weekend with a great deal of anticipation.  Public support is so strong that it’s not unusual to have performances completely sold out.

Young people have great opportunities too.  We have classes, a performing arts school, a youth theater group and amazing productions in our high schools.

Performing Arts Centers

bergen pac

Bergen Performing Arts Center  Known as Bergen Pac locally, this is our major live theater located at 30 N Brunt Street in Englewood.  National headliners perform here from comics to symphony orchestras.  You will find at least one theatrical production every year.  There is a special outreach to children with a performing arts school and opportunities for school performances  held here.

Hackensack Performing Arts Center  is located at 108 State Street in Hackensack.  Barely 2 years old, HACPAC opened in November 2017 as a beautiful new theater.  In The Heights opens this Friday night; tickets are only $17-20.

hacpac.orgAtlantic Street Park was created in 2015 adjacent to HACPAC with an outdoor stage.  Enjoy free Shakespeare in the Park and many other events there during summer months.

Community Theater Groups

Bergen County Players   Bergen County Players begins it’s 87th season this Saturday night (Sept 14th) with the Tony award winning musical Pippin.  Performances are on weekends and typically run for 4-5 weekends.  In addition to Pippin are 6 more bergen county playerstheatrical productions through May.  This is a really neat theater – it’s in an old firehouse.  Small and intimate, this is a wonderful theater experience.

Skyline Theater Company is currently in residence at the George Frey Center for Arts and Recreation in Fair Lawn (10-10 20th St).  While they have a website, it’s best to go to their Facebook page  where you’ll find information on their current production.  September has a tribute to George M Cohan which looks like a lot of fun.

The Players Guild of Leonia  They have a unique location because 130 Grand Avenue is a Civil War drill hall.  This is also Bergen County’s oldest theater group having begun in 1919.  Their season begins with a production of Damn Yankees  on October 4th.  Productions here are excellent and they currently have 4 prestigious Perry Award nominations.

Youth Theater

Porch Light Studio, Stage & School  is a fabulous organization.  They are exclusively focused on performing arts education for Porch Lightchildren.  Go to their website.  You will be impressed with how much they have to offer.  Productions are often original although they do scripted ones too.  Currently they have The Drowsey Chaperone coming in November as a public production.  You’ll find this theater at 555 Broad St in Glen Rock.

Saddle River Youth Theater  is an award winning theater group for children from elementary through high school.  This is a comprehensive program that teaches everything from tap dancing to acting skills.  They put on several productions every year through their River Stage Company that are really outstanding.  Location is 37 E Allendale Ave in Allendale.

The theater season in Bergen County begins with 2 great productions this weekend – Pippin on Saturday night and In The Heights on Friday night.  Click on these links to get tickets before it’s too late

You can see that performing arts are very strong in Bergen County.  In addition to what I have here for you, there’s also events at Bergen Community College’s Ciccone Theater and, of course, our local high schools.  If you’d like more information you can always call or text me at 201-741-8490.



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car shows in bergen countySeptember car shows in Bergen County are always a big hit with the public. I thought you’d like to know what there is for enthusiasts.

Ridgewood, Friday Night Sept 6th

This is the 26th year for Ridgewood’s annual car show.  They close off the entire business district from 5-9 pm which turns it into a pedestrian mall.  Since there are over 400 cars to see, this is one of the most popular Bergen County car shows.  Go out to dinner at one of Ridgewood’s many restaurants, see gorgeous cars and enjoy the night!  This event benefits the Ridgewood High School Scholarship Fund.

Maywood, Saturday Sept 14th

Come to the Maywood American Legion Post 142 at 135 E Passaic St from 10 to 6 for the 3rd annual Fall Fling Car Show.  Because this is for pre 1972 classics, customs and hot rods, there will be something for everyone to see.  Admission is $10 and this is hosted by the Road Lords Car Club of New Jersey.

exotic car showRidgefield, Saturday Sept 14th

Join the fun at the Car Truck and Bike Show from 10-3 at St Matthews Church (555 Prospect Ave).  Hosted by the Knights of Columbus Council #3550, admission is free.  This is a very popular car show that does a lot of good.  Proceeds go to Homeless & Needy Veterans and to the NJ Special Olympics.


Englewood Field Club, Sunday Sept 15th  car show in bergen county

This is located at 341 Engle Street in Englewood and the show runs from 11 am through 3 pm.  This is their 2nd annual Exotic Car Show and it’s for a great cause.  Canine Companions for Independence is a service dog organization and all proceeds go to support this organization.  $15 at the door but kids at 12 and under are free.  If you want an intimate local car show with amazing exotics, don’t miss this one.

Teaneck, Sunday Sept 22nd

The Teaneck Armory is at the corner of Teaneck & Liberty Roads on the Bergenfield border.  This is the location for the annual Bergen Street Fest – an amazing food truck festival.  This year it’s being held on both Saturday and Sunday(9/21-9/22).  Sunday is also when the annual car show is held from 1-4.  So come on over, get food at one of the food trucks and have a blast looking at gorgeous classic cars.  Admission is free of course.

bergen county car showCloster, Saturday Sept 28th

Anthony DeCarlo started Joey’s Fund to honor his son’s (Joey’s) memory.  All proceeds go to Memorial Sloan Kettering Hospital to help families with sick kids handle medical and living expenses.  I wish this was one car show that didn’t exist while I sincerely applaud Mr. DeCarlo for honoring his son in this way.  The show will be held at 20 Legion Place from 11-4.  Please come because the bigger the crowd, more cars will come next year.  As a result, there will be  more dollars for Joey’s Fund.  Free admission too!

September Car Shows in Bergen County

I bet you didn’t know how many September car shows in Bergen County exist.  You can see that there’s a lot.  We have quite a variety and because we do, there’s something for everyone.  Bergen County is a really cool place to live!

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Feast of St JosephThings To Do In Bergen County Labor Day Weekend is a post I write every year.  I get calls asking me what’s going on for Labor Day so here are highlights.

3 Major Events

Lodi has the Feast of Saint Joseph at St. Joseph Church located at 40 Spring Street.  It starts Friday ending Labor Day night.  Traditional Italian food, rides, games and entertainment nightly all add up to a wonderful event.

Rutherford has the most amazing street fair every Labor Day.  From 10 am through 5 pm the entire business district becomes a walking street fair.  You will find local shops with special deals, antiques, crafts, food, entertainment and more.  Their website lists special events happening all day.

Teaneck is the place for the Annual Annual Filipino American Festival at Overpeck Park from 10 am – 8 pm.  Food, exhibitions, entertainment, a beauty pageant and all things Filipino are on display.

5K Runs

You’ll love Labor Day if you are a runner because there are still options for you to register at:  5k run

Closter Labor Day Weekend 5K Race is on Sunday September 1st.  REGISTRATION ENDS MONDAY AT MIDNIGHT.  There is also a 5K walk and a Kids Fun Run.

Glen Rock has their annual Jaycees Arboretum Run on Labor Day  This 5k run starts at 390 Doremus Avenue (Glen Rock Pool parking lot) and registration is open through Saturday the 31st.

Pony Rides, Petting Zoos and Farms

Bergen County still has 3 working farms left.  If you have young children, they have a petting zoo and Abma’s Farm has pony rides every Saturday through October.  Demarest Farms still has peach picking left and Apple Picking begins Labor Day Weekend.

Hillsdale is where Demarest Farms is located and Wyckoff is where Abma’s Farm is located.  Check out their websites.  You can get wonderful produce and baked goods including home made pies too!

Bergen County has a 3rd working farm – Secor Farms in Mahwah and they’re open all through Labor Day Weekend.  Right now they don’t have a petting zoo because that, hayrides and a pumpkin patch come mid September.  However Secor Farms is a wonderful place with fabulous organic produce.

things to do in bergen countyBergen County Parks and Recreation

Bergen County has a truly awesome public park system.  Look at all the links to the parks we have on the left  side of the page if you’ve just clicked this link.  You can camp, horseback ride, take the kids on a train ride, ride on a carousel, go to a zoo, hike, barbecue, use cycle paths or just relax with a walk in the park.  There are so many playgrounds for children including a handicap accessible area at Van Saun Park.  We have nearly 9,000 acres of parks for everyone to enjoy.

Golf is huge in Bergen County and our County Park system shows it.  There are 9 public golf courses.  All but 1 are 18 hole courses.  Bergen County Golf is open all Labor Day Weekend.

There you have it – plenty of things to do in Bergen County Labor Day Weekend.  If you’re home and not away, you can certainly have a lot of fun.

My parents always had a big barbecue over Labor Day Weekend growing up.  The entire family came along with tons of friends.  We often went to the Rutherford Street Fair on Monday and at some point in time to Little Italy in Manhattan too. Those are great memories.  So turn off the TV and video games and get out to make some of your own!





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how long does it take to buy a homeHow long does it take to buy a home is a question I hear a lot.  Because this is so important for you, let’s take a good look at what’s involved.

Everyone Is Not the Same

You want to buy a home and you’re not sure how long this will take.  Friends tell you they’ve looked forever.  Others found their home in a matter of weeks.  Going online doesn’t really help because the answers you find are vague.

The truth is that there is no perfect answer.  It depends on so many variables.  Home buyers come to me with different stages of readiness and preparedness.  As a result, it’s impossible to give you all the same answer.  I can, however, outline things so you can figure out how long you’ll need.

A Lot Depends On You

It is true that a lot depends on you.  How fast you get documents to your banker is important.  Additionally the banker and bank you choose matters a lot.

So is the time you commit to finding a home.  Do you go out to see homes every week or once per month?  Your agent calls to tell you a great house just came on the market.  Do you react quickly or not?

Preparing to Buy A House  buyer consultation

The most efficient start is the buyer consultation.  We get together at my office and in 1 hour or so you save yourself tons of time and avoid making mistakes.

I teach you the home buying process, what a true pre approval is and why you need it plus we identify your needs and wants.  We go over attorneys and home inspectors too.  Great agents take the time to do this for you.

It’s now time to get correctly pre-approved.  Budget 1 week for this because on top of your already full life, you have to gather financial documents.

The Next Steps

Most home buyers take 2-3 months or so of looking to find a home.  You might have to make several offers before you capture a house.  Let’s figure 2.5 months to get a contract on a house.

house huntingThe contract goes to the attorneys who review and adjust it to a final binding contract.  This takes 1 week typically.

Next comes the home inspections.  You have 10 days to get this done but plan on 2 weeks because the radon test might need 2 or 3 days extra for results.  Inspection issue negotiations can also take a few days.

It’s 1 month from when you first got your contract.  Next comes finishing off the mortgage and preparing for the closing.  Now it’s pretty much in the hands of your attorney, the title company and your banker.  During this time you will be asked for even more from your banker.  Additionally you’ll settle on your homeowner insurance and set up moving in.

How Long Does It Take To Buy A Home

So how long does it take to buy a home is answered by adding it all up.  It’s 2 months for the actual process and 2-3 months to find your home.  Can you do it quicker?  Yes but the less time you have, the more pressure you’re under.

Questions?  Call or text me at 201-741-8490.





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FHAThe new FHA loan rule for condominiums helps first time home buyers tremendously.  Announced yesterday in a press release, the new rule takes effect on October 15th.

FHA Approved Condominiums

The FHA Condominium Project Approval & Processing Guide  is 95 pages long.  Requirements are strict and it’s a costly, tedious process for any condo association.  Condominium associations simply don’t apply due to the cost and aggravation.

You use the FHA website to find out which condos are approved.  Sort by County, put in New Jersey as the State, Bergen as the County and click Send at the bottom of the page for results.  It is surprising to see how many buildings were rejected by the FHA.

Bergen County FHA Approved Condominiums

There are only 5 approved condominiums in Bergen County.  They are Baridge House and Carlyle Towers in Hackensack, Darlington Ridge and Paddington Square in Mahwah and Regency Park in Ramsey.  Several have approvals expiring this year.

It is shocking to learn only 5 are approved since there are hundreds of Bergen County condo buildings.  This makes it very tough for first time home buyers because condos are often affordable.  As a result many people who could qualify for an affordable condo are stuck in rentals.

The New FHA Condominium Loan Rule

The new FHA condominium loan rule aims to solve this problem.  It is no longer necessary for a building to be FHA approved.  The new rule states that just the unit itself can be approved.  That’s huge.  Federal Housing Authority

The FHA tells us that 84% of it’s borrowers are first time home buyers.  Condo apartments are often an affordable start to home ownership.  Because of this, the new FHA loan rule was created to increase the number of approved condos.

Additionally, this might force associations to apply for approval.  Condo owners will take notice and ask their associations to apply for building approval.  Similarly unit owners will hold association feet to the fire and ask why their building failed.

Please remember this takes effect on October 15th and change does take time.  If you have questions or need help, call or text me at 201-741-8490.