Tuesday, April 16th, 2013

Cambridge Crossings Update – Sales / Rentals / Inventory

January 27, 2013 by  
Filed under Blog, Condo Buildings, NJ Suburbs, Passaic, Suburbs

As a former resident of Cambridge Crossings in Clifton, I would like to discuss how that subdivision is performing.  If you are a renter, plan on spending about $2200 to $2700 per month if there are any available.  Seems like Cambridge Crossings is Clifton’s premier community.  What’s to like?  Express bus stop to Port Authority [...]

37 Gates Ave – Montclair NJ – Short Sale Listing

November 30, 2012 by  
Filed under NJ Suburbs

Our newest Multi Family listing in Montclair, NJ is a very well kept 2-family home.  This listing will not hit the open market until December 3, and is only offered to our clients for the first week.  The interior is in great shape, however there are some exterior issues that must be addressed by the [...]

Now Serving Monmouth and Ocean County

October 15, 2012 by  
Filed under Blog, NJ Suburbs

Jeff Quinlan of Weichert Realtors’ New Jersey Real Estate Guys team is going to be spearheading the housing markets for Ocean and Monmouth County. Jeff is a local real estate specialist who has been in real estate for several years and we are taking Jeff onboard as Housing Director in those areas. New Jersey Real [...]

Multi-Family As Your Primary Home?

September 24, 2012 by  
Filed under NJ Suburbs

Interest Rates and prices are down, rents are up.  This is the perfect storm for investing in real estate.  Your primary home is going to be one of the biggest investments of your life for most of you.  Many buyers have been looking into buying multi-family housing as their primary residence.  You can live in [...]

NJ Multi-Family Deal of the month | Income Property

August 27, 2012 by  
Filed under Hudson, Income Property, NJ Suburbs

Read our article on Multi-Family Real Estate Investment October 17, 2012 6 Unit Building – Jersey City NJ  (Call or e-mail for pictures and offering memo) As the market continues to produce savvy investors, we are working with many of them in the Jersey City market for bigger residentail buildings.  Today’s deal is a 6-unit [...]

Montclair Property Taxes to come DOWN!

August 17, 2011 by  
Filed under Blog, NJ Suburbs

One of the biggest knocks on Montclair real estate has been the high property taxes. Montclair is full of beautiful Victorian and Colonial homes with some phenomenal downtown districts, but the taxes are too damn high!! Well, not for long…at least for most. All Montclair property owners can expect their tax assessment to change following [...]

Montclair NJ Real Estate Report | March 2011

April 11, 2011 by  
Filed under Essex, NJ Suburbs

A very slow month in sales volume for Montclair.  March sales are likely indicative of the December / January weather that kept many potential buyers indoors.  Record cold and tons of snow dampened the housing market.  So there is no way to sugarcoat it, Montclair simply had a terrible month in March! Spring buying season [...]

Northern NJ Home Prices Dropping?

April 1, 2011 by  
Filed under Blog, NJ Suburbs

A new article is being sensationalized by the media suggesting that shadow inventory is high.  This is valid.  There are a lot of 90+ day delinquent home mortgages out there.  FYI, shadow inventory includes homes that are more than 90 days delinquent on the mortgage, are in the foreclosure process or are already bank owned.  [...]

Ridgewood NJ Real Estate | October 2010 Sales & Inventory Report

November 3, 2010 by  
Filed under Bergen, NJ Suburbs

Ridgewood NJ real estate has maintained its fight through the recession.  The housing market has been anything but disappointing.  Just some quick facts: Ridgewood NJ median home values are about 13.6% higher in 2010 as they were in 2009. Ridgewood NJ average sales price is up 5.2% in 2010 versus 2009. Total Sales Volume in [...]

Ridgewood NJ Real Estate Report | September 2010

October 5, 2010 by  
Filed under Bergen, NJ Suburbs

Ridgewood NJ real estate activity is exceeding expectations.  It looks like Ridgewood home prices bottomed out during the middle part of 2009.  Currently, you can get more house for your money than you could just over a year ago, which is one of the reason more and more people are looking to buy in Ridgewood.  [...]

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