Men can live in a cave. Maybe not literally, but definitely figuratively. Women, on the other hand, usually have the desire to decorate and turn a house into […]Continue Reading →
Are home prices on the rise? Is the housing market in NJ improving? For many residents, the writing on the wall says YES. Some NJ towns have survived the housing bubble and for lack of a better way to expressed this: Several NJ towns have rebounded successfully. Slowly but surely NJ homeowners are gaining equity. But, […]Continue Reading →
The following post includes information regarding damage control immediately following Hurricane Sandy. Erik Braunitzer is a writer for Douglas Elliman, brokers for NYC, Long Island and Hamptons Real Estate.
After Hurricane Sandy passed through the eastern coast of the United States, millions of people found themselves facing […]Continue Reading →
While New Jersey may be the 47th smallest state in the US, its neighborhoods are bustling as the real estate market trends in an overall positive direction. The shoreline state is filled with picturesque neighborhoods with an array of backdrops for almost every desired lifestyle. Some neighborhoods offer great access for people commuting to New York, […]Continue Reading →
There are some home buyers that have been shopping for a home for a long time; long enough to know and experience when old listings suddenly come into their price range unexpectedly. It happens to almost every home buyer. The house you were eying suddenly appears on your home search radar, either in automatic […]Continue Reading →
“When it’s priced right, it sells and that’s the bottom-line,” said Angie Perez a broker-salesperson of Weichert Realtors as she described the recent events surrounding a multiple offers situation on her Woodbridge, New Jersey single family residential listing.
“Most people are under the impression that the real […]Continue Reading →