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Old 12-01-2007, 06:25 AM
 
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Jersey man I am sure you are a NORTH jersey man. I HAVE a nice home, not some Tony Soprano wanna be house. YOU people can't afford them up there so you come down here. I HAVE a nice job, selling you the cars you just have to have to park in the driveways of your ugly houses. Perhaps I should change my name to Guidos go home?
You can move here, you can pay the overinflated taxes (that YOU caused) here, but you will never EVER be a local, end of story.
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Old 12-01-2007, 09:05 AM
 
Location: New Jersey/Florida
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Jersey man I am sure you are a NORTH jersey man. I HAVE a nice home, not some Tony Soprano wanna be house. YOU people can't afford them up there so you come down here. I HAVE a nice job, selling you the cars you just have to have to park in the driveways of your ugly houses. Perhaps I should change my name to Guidos go home?
You can move here, you can pay the overinflated taxes (that YOU caused) here, but you will never EVER be a local, end of story.
I'm so happy that WE created the over inflated taxes on your house in Brick. Wake up are you hiding in a cave our is it really the refridgerator box, because TAXES have gone up ALL OVER THE STATE. I'm glad I don't live next to you and your box.
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Old 12-01-2007, 03:25 PM
 
Location: Nevada
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Default NJ here come the New Yorkers!

Beenies go home! Wake up its 2007! Actually My family & friends didnt lose a dollar on their homes in Ocean nor Monmouth county, all are originally from Brooklyn & Long Island, none are close to losing their homes due to the fact they are hard working Americans. And they fit in just fine with the locals.Because once again they are real Americans not some angry fool looking to judge one by where he or she is originally from or what size home one buys.

Many more of my relatives sold their homes in NYC , some on LI and are heading to NJ after the holiday. They too will fit in fine just like all the others have.

You have an incredibly Happy Holiday!


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Jersey man I am sure you are a NORTH jersey man. I HAVE a nice home, not some Tony Soprano wanna be house. YOU people can't afford them up there so you come down here. I HAVE a nice job, selling you the cars you just have to have to park in the driveways of your ugly houses. Perhaps I should change my name to Guidos go home?
You can move here, you can pay the overinflated taxes (that YOU caused) here, but you will never EVER be a local, end of story.
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Old 12-01-2007, 04:36 PM
 
Location: Toms River, NJ
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Beenies go home!
You have an incredibly Happy Holiday!
Humbug! BTW, I guess benniesgohome has ancestors that are native to this region of New Jersey. Obviously his entitlement to the land goes back before the pilgrims.

POSITIVEONE, you are welcome to buy in my neighbor here in Toms River .In my neighborhood we help each other out, look after each other. My neighbors who lived across the street bought when the house was built about 40 years ago. And even though I only moved in 7 years ago they socialized with me from day one. And should you choose Brick, even with all those drugs the "OTHERS" brought in they still both managed to be in the top 10 safest cities in America.

Bring us your poor, your tired, your huddled masses...welcome to Ocean County!
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Old 12-01-2007, 05:25 PM
 
Location: Nevada
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Thanks for the kind post hrjersey! Thats what its all about! Everybody who i know moved for a better life. Some must feel the newcomers are looking to destroy or bring down their newly chosen place to live. We are the same way, welcome your neighbor nomatter where they originally come from, work together, become a family. Life is too short to stress over newcomers from NY or wherever!


Happy Holidays!

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Humbug! BTW, I guess benniesgohome has ancestors that are native to this region of New Jersey. Obviously his entitlement to the land goes back before the pilgrims.

POSITIVEONE, you are welcome to buy in my neighbor here in Toms River .In my neighborhood we help each other out, look after each other. My neighbors who lived across the street bought when the house was built about 40 years ago. And even though I only moved in 7 years ago they socialized with me from day one. And should you choose Brick, even with all those drugs the "OTHERS" brought in they still both managed to be in the top 10 safest cities in America.

Bring us your poor, your tired, your huddled masses...welcome to Ocean County!
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Old 12-01-2007, 08:27 PM
 
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Maybe move to Barnegat, I'm trying to sell my house without a real estate agent. Listed in Asbury Park Press.4 Bdrm colonial I ran my own OPEN HOUSE today and had a couple of people stop buy. I even got two calls this week.
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Old 09-12-2008, 04:27 PM
 
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From what i know,northern toms river is better than south toms river. A 4 bedroom house with a basement will probably start around $250k maybe a little cheaper if it requires some work. A tax bill for a house of 250k will probably run you around $3500/year. I know a really good real estate website that has the tax information for the houses they list. Send me a message and i can tell you more info. I dont think i can post links here.All in all, Ocean county is a very nice place to live. It is very expensive to live in NJ though but if you are going to buy, its a buyers market.
Hi: I live in San Juan P.R. right now, Iam retired from the Air Force and I planing to buy a house in Tom Rivers if you now somw houses for sale adviced me Ok.

Regards

John
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Old 07-11-2009, 09:35 PM
 
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iam looking at a home in toms river zip08753 were latin american how is our race welcome there
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Old 07-12-2009, 08:30 AM
 
Location: Toms River, NJ
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iam looking at a home in toms river zip08753 were latin american how is our race welcome there
There is not a lot of diversity but there is a 4% hispanic population in TR. There is also a larger hispanic population in surrounding towns like Seaside Heights and Lakewood. Since I am not hispanic I can't speak for others but as a Toms River resident I have not seen anything in the way of racism.
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Old 07-12-2009, 06:50 PM
 
Location: Ocean County
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Don't know if anyone mentioned this, but it should be noted that "South Toms River" is a totally separate town. It's NOT simply a section of the regular Toms River Township.
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