(1) Donna M. in NJ (with an offer of $5,000 to anybody who can help her sell her Robinsville, NJ home): Hello friends!
Now that Dominick has locked in his retirement date, we have decided to sell our Robbinsville home.
We are going to sell this wonderful property ourselves. If we are not successful, we will list it with a realtor. We are certain our price of $369,000 is a better price than if/when it goes into the hands of a real estate broker.
If you know someone that has been searching for a home, we would like for you to tell them about this property. Maybe you are aware of someone looking for one-floor living, downsizing, or wishing to attend a Robbinsville school or taking advantage of the abundant and winning sport teams and leagues. Our easy-care home could be what they are looking for!
The potential buyer must be pre-qualified. If the potential buyer has not yet been preapproved, they can do so by contacting Mary Signoretta at 609 760 9893 (cell). She has worked in the mortgage business for decades and is a Senior Home Loan Consultant with First Choice Bank. Her application form for mortgage preapproval is included in the attachments.
Here is our offer to you:
Very simply, if you refer the successful buyer for our home, you will receive a thank you gift of $5,000.00 on the day the closing is completed. Attached is the “Referral Form and Agreement” sheet which is easy to complete and send to us. This sheet begins the process of introducing your referral to us, and is our commitment to you.
Sorry, real estate brokers are not protected at this time or with this offering.
Feel free to contact us if you have any questions!
Thanks very much!
Donna and Dominick Marchetti
Donmar Business Services
Sale will be on Friday, August 25, 2012 but you all can call and come see before the sale. Thank you.1. Victorian Sofa and 2 Chairs, in great shape2. 2 Room dividers3. Outdoor rod iron benches, with cushions4. Lots of fun clothes mostly size 6 but other sizes as well.5. Small tables and one chest of drawers, three drawers.6. Antique pictures7. Flower vases8. Lamps9. Rocking chair10. Small wood table with 2 wood chairs.11. Outdoor pots, some large.12. Canopy for outdoor shade.13. Books and picture frames14. Many large baskets15. Lots of knickknacks suitable for presents.16. Painted file cabinet.Hope you all can help me on my joyful journey to a new life.Shalom,Lorre DiamondLorre(3) Kimberly R. in NC: Just got back from seeing the new film “The Odd Life of Timothy Green” – Wonderful, uplifting, heart warming film – Never give up on your dreams! Fun to see that many beautiful scenes from the film were filmed right here in Asheville on the Biltmore Estate. Check it out! http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lG0iWQgeRao(4) Here’s another place to check out that’s surprisingly reasonable and nice in Asheville, according to my friend Steven S. who recently stayed there:Value Place Ashevillehttp://www.valueplace.com/extended-stay-hotels/locations/North-Carolina/Asheville-NC/Note: Rates start at $199.99/week and up and all include a full refrigerator, microwave and two-burner stovetop. So even if you’re staying for less than a week, you might not be able to beat this price!(5) Natalie K. in PA: We saw the new Meryl Streep movie. It was okay. Have you seen it? Also saw “Albert Nobbs” last night from Netflix. Liked it very much — acting was superb. Did you see it?Note: See Section 1A(5) of this week’s edition. We liked the Streep film a bit more than I think you did.(6) Mary Rita S. in NC: I know you watch “So You Think You Can Dance” ….. ME TOO! Always has been my favorite show since its been on!!!I wanted to tell you that I’m a Big fan of
Eliana! Isn’t she the dancer you know?
I’ve loved her from the beginning. She’s a ballerina. Right? You can tell,
she’s wonderful. I’m watching the show now & she just danced awhile ago….Amazing! I think she will win the girls.Note: Please keep watching SO YOU THINK YOU CAN DANCE on Wednesdays at 8 p.m. . . . and, also, keep voting for Eliana Girard! Thanks in advance.(7) Cheryl F. in NJ (with a REQUEST FOR HELP):Update on Kicks for Clots…I am so close to my fundraising goal!!! Please help me meet it, or even better surpass my goal! (Any amount helps)Or best, come play kickball with me!Check out the link below to Donate or to Play:How Kicks for Clots began:I started Kicks for Clots 3 years ago as a way to give back to the National Blood Clot Alliance and to the community after a scary and dangerous personal experience with DVTs (blood clots) in my dominant arm at 26 years old. Until then, I thought I was invincible. One risk factor for DVTs is being sedentary, and this tournament is a fun way to get off the couch, be active & enjoy the sun by the beach! I am so grateful that today I am able to rock climb, surf, play softball and work as a physical therapist; however others affected by blood clots are not so lucky. Thank you so much to the National Blood Clot Alliance, my friends & family who have supported me so much while I was diagnosed with DVTs and still today through Kicks for Clots!!!Sincerely,Cheryl FishmanNational Blood Clot Alliance- volunteerKicks for Clots- Founder/Event Chair(8) Suzanne in NC (with office items to sell)And we still have a few items that we have not been able to sell…and could really use your help. If you or anyone you can think of might need the following, we would be extremely appreciative if you could pass along the info and or our contact information.
- The building that we were located in, 2 Sulphur Springs Road- we really need to find a tenant. The landlord will remove us from our obligation once we have found a tenant for the main level. It is 1400+ square feet, has three offices of varying sizes (one has 5 cubicles that we installed but can be taken out), two bathrooms, a kitchen area, storage area and a reception area as you enter with a small waiting area. There is plenty of parking, for at least 6-8 cars. Located on the corner of Sulphur Springs and Haywood Road- 1/2 mile from Patton Avenue. Rent is $1200 per month.
- Our Sharp MX3100N- Makes color or B/W copies, faxes, scans, emails. This has been a great machine…very little maintenance has been required. We had a 5 year lease and there are 26 payments left. You can assume our lease for $214 monthly (if approved by lender), and a buyout at the end- or you can purchase it outright. There is a monthly or quarterly maintenance fee that ran us $80 quarter and covered up to 6000 B/W copies.
31-ppm B&W and Color networked digital MFP
Paper capacity maximum: 5,600 sheets
100-sheet Reversing Single Pass Feeder with Duplexing
Standard two 500 sheet cassettes & 100 sheet bypass tray
Standard retractable PC keyboard for easy data entry
Powerful 800 MHz true multitasking Color document system
Large, high resolution touch-screen color display
- Our phone system is a NEC. Purchased in 2009, it is in excellent condition, many of the terminals were rarely used. There are 6 terminals in addition to the main one, for a total of 7. Will accept 24 lines and an additional 8 can be added with an additional modem. Paid over $7000, asking $2000.So, that’s what we have left…If you know anyone who might be interested, please pass this along. We are so happy in our new office, the people here at Preferred are great. As soon as we can close out this last part…we will finally be able to focus on what we really love doing…helping people buy and sell real estate.Thank you all so much for your past support… feel free to call us with any questions.Suzanne & Susan—Suzanne Smith WrightBroker
ABR, CRS, GREEN, SRES, CSSSPreferred Properties of Asheville
39 Woodfin Street – Asheville, NC 28801
828-551-4609– Cell | 828-258-2953-Office(9) Sharon B. in NC: I want to thank you for the chance to win the coupon collection. I have already put them to good use.I have a new friend here where I live in East Asheville who has been a huge help to me in the moving-in process. I am using some of the coupons to treat her to a meal and take her grandkids out for ice cream. We’ll have a great time.So, many thanks. Saving money right now is a real help and having fun while doing so makes it even better!Note: Sharon was the winner of Contest #16. Look for other contests in most issues and enter them for a chance to win. You never know!