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What Is My Home Worth?

North Jersey Homes for Sale
824 Franklin Avenue Franklin LakesNJ07417 USA 
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Busy Summer


Hi there! It’s been a while since the last blog update. Real estate is keeping me busy, no time to post!

The funny thing about real estate, it used to be local. You had a local real estate office in town, and that’s the one you went to for any real estate business in that town. But the Internet has . . . → Read More: Busy Summer

Are You Seeking a Change?

comfort zone

As a Realtor, people always ask me “Is change a good thing?”

Change is part of our lives. Most of us embrace it, some welcome it and others are downright scared of it. But one thing is certain – change happens.

Whether it is a new job, new career or moving into a new home there are always others around . . . → Read More: Are You Seeking a Change?

Why North Jersey? Let Us Count The Ways ...

Many people have asked me “Why North Jersey, what’s so great about living there, it’s just the boring suburbs?”

After living in New York City, the city that never sleeps, I sometimes ask myself the same question. But I find I always have the same answers.

We all strive for the same things in life – a nice home, neighborhoods . . . → Read More: Why North Jersey? Let Us Count The Ways …

Spring has Sprung!!


The Spring market is upon us here in North Jersey, and now is the time to Spring into action!

We all know what North Jersey has to offer – private lake communities, great outdoor activities such as hiking and biking on the many mountain trails, and great shopping and dining. A perfect place to call home.

Spring is a time . . . → Read More: Spring has Sprung!!

The New 3.8% Tax

Hi Folks, just a quick post to let you know there is a new 3.8% real estate tax that came into effect on January 1 of this year. I’ve uploaded the National Association of Realtors’ brochure about it, you can download it by clicking here. It doesn’t apply to every real estate transaction but may apply to yours, so take . . . → Read More: The New 3.8% Tax