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NJ Home Improvement Loans in New Jersey

Whether you’re adding a new bathroom or an entire floor to your NJ home, you need money.  Spending cash on home improvement is money well spent, as it increases the value of your home.  This can mean a higher selling price or more equity to draw against in times of need.  There are many choices in finding the right home improvement loan, including refinancing with cash-out, a home equity loan, or a home equity line of credit (HELOC).  Deciding on the right loan can be a stressful process.  But it doesn’t have to be.  The loan specialists at Somerset Mortgage Lenders can help find the right loan for YOU. 

Local home improvement loan directory for NJ :
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Absecon Allenwood Asbury Audubon
Adelphia Alloway Asbury Park Augusta
Allamuchy Alpine Atco Avalon
Allendale Andover Atlantic City Avenel
Allenhurst Annandale Atlantic Highlands Avon by the Sea
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State motor vehicle agencies cut hours

"If you are going to say these are user fees, then the Motor Vehicle Commission should get that money."

The customer-friendly New Jersey Motor Vehicle Commission is about to become a little less friendly to customers. via Millville News


State senators push mandated insurance for kids

"I don't believe as a state and as a committee that we could ever have a more important mission than expanding health coverage"

TRENTON -- A plan to mandate health insurance for all New Jersey children and expand coverage for some parents, the first step in an attempt to bring universal health care to the state, began working its way ... via Daily Record


The 200 Club of Somerset County gives out valor awards, scholarships

"But if it happens, we're here to help. We like to help others, and we like to honor those who have made a tremendous difference in the lives of residents."

For Somerville police officers Timothy Franks and Vittorio Spadea, March 4, 2007 began as any ordinary morning shift - until a call came in about a car accident on Third Street. via Courier News Online


Middlesex County high-schoolers honored for community service

"I like to help out in my community"

Despite the obstacles he's had to overcome in his own life, Anthony Jones, 18, still feels it's important to help others. via Home News Tribune


N.J. Lawmakers Weighing Health Insurance Proposal

"The state must learn how to prevent fraud and abuse in a limited program such as NJ FamilyCare before it tackles the much larger challenge"

All New Jersey children would have to have health insurance and all taxpayers would have to annually prove they have health insurance under a proposal to be weighed for the first time Thursday by senators.

The Senate health committee is to debate legislation designed as a first step toward universal health coverage for all residents by 2011.

"This is a broken and dysfunctional system, and it's time for a health care plan that works," said Sen. Joseph Vitale, D-Middlesex, the bill sponsor. Read more


New Jerseyans getting clearer view about how budget will affect parks, rebates, property taxes

"I cannot in good conscience allow small-town residents to bear the brunt of this budget because they choose to live in less populated areas"

Parks stay open, but swimming and camping curtailed. The state agriculture department remains, but with reduced services. via Canadian Business Magazine


Motorcyclists, motorists must learn to responsibly share the roadways

The number of fatalities resulting from motorcycle crashes in New Jersey decreased by 15.5 percent - from 103 to 87 - from 2006 to 2007, according to the state police. via Home News Tribune


McGreevey Divorce Hearing Resumes

The nation's first openly gay governor took the stand Wednesday as the first witness in his high-profile divorce case.

Former New Jersey Gov. James McGreevey, 50, was quizzed extensively about his jobs and salaries.

Before he took the stand, his lawyer, Stephen Haller, told the judge the ex-governor should not have to pay alimony to his wife of four years because the couple's "short-term marriage" does not qualify for her for it.

Haller also said Dina Matos McGreevey's earnings exceeded her husband's during about half of their marriage. Read more


Cut costs by extending college work week

New Jersey's public universities and colleges, searching for ways to save money, apparently have decided to extend the work week. via Home News Tribune


Mid-Atlantic storm cuts power, prompts evacuations

"Our hearts and prayers are with the family and friends of the lost mariner"

A wet, gusty storm that lashed the mid-Atlantic states Monday forced evacuations, flooded roads, fanned the flames of a deadly New Jersey fire and wrecked a research vessel off the Delaware coast, killing a ... via Lubbock Avalanche-Journal


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