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It is common for New Jersey Realtors to work with individuals and families looking to relocate from New York City or Philadelphia. While many city-dwellers think they will never move to the suburbs, there often comes a time when it is necessary to trade the bustle of city life for something quiet...
11/01/2019
Real estate agents often operate alone, but teamwork can make the homebuying process more pleasant for clients and agents alike. That’s why it’s common for real estate agents to have a go-to list of vendors to offer prospective buyers, ranging from contractors to mortgage lenders and home inspect...
10/29/2019
More than 32 million people moved in 2018, mostly in Florida and other southern states. Individuals may choose to move for a better home, new job opportunities or family needs, but in most cases, real estate agents are their trusted guide.   Occasionally, you may work with a client who is moving ...
10/23/2019
The Federal Reserve continues to maintain historically low mortgage rates, which is a boon for buyers. These low rates are also highly beneficial for homeowners looking to refinance existing mortgages. Whether or not a homeowner should refinance a mortgage, however, depends on what he or she inte...
10/21/2019
People decide to downsize their homes for a number of reasons. Whether the kids have moved out and they need less space, or the general upkeep is too time-consuming, selling a larger home and moving to a smaller one seems like a good way to cut back on expenses and save some money each month — in...
09/16/2019
When you’re working with a current member of the military or a military veteran, you have a great opportunity to support someone who has worked hard to serve their country. There are nearly 21 million veterans in the United States, yet many of them are not aware of all of the benefits for which t...
09/13/2019
 When someone mentions climate change, your first thoughts might turn to climbing temperatures. However, according to the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA), climate change extends beyond temperature. The things we rely on, including water systems, energy, transportation, ecos...
09/11/2019
Flipping homes in the U.S. is a popular trend. More than 49,000 homes were flipped in the first quarter of 2019, representing 7.2% of all home sales, according to property data provider ATTOM Data Solutions. And for good reason — the average home flipper is seeing a gross profit of $60,000, or an...
08/29/2019
Hurricane damage can be both physical, with high winds and floodwaters hurting homes and cars, and psychological. Weeks of clean-up, destroyed homes and lost jobs can have a long-term impact on current residents and prospective buyers alike. Yet Texas and other hurricane-prone states are resilien...
08/12/2019
Living near the coast promises a more peaceful life as a place to get away from the noise of everyday urban living. It comes as no surprise that many people spend summers exploring new beaches and beautiful coastal regions with the hope of one day buying a house near the water.  As of 2018, appro...
07/22/2019
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