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New Construction in New Jersey

January Version of This Month in Real Estate.

February 10th, 2009

Here’s the latest version of This Month in Real Estate. It covers interest rates and affordability. The numbers are very interesting. The one thing that bothered me about this segment, however, was that it felt a little bit like a sales pitch. I would hope that the next edition focuses strictly on the numbers. Enjoy.

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Real Estate Report

December 2nd, 2008

Here’s This Month in Real Estate. It’s a monthly report that Keller Williams Realty puts together on current real estate market conditions. Keller Williams Realty International in known for delivering highly researched compelling market stats. There’s some good stuff here. Please note that the report is general in nature. Real Estate doesn’t work that way […]

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Westfield — New Jersey — New Construction.

November 8th, 2008

Westfield, New Jersey is one of the most popular areas in Union County. It’s a fantastic Blue Chip town that offers the best of everything. With the market currently moving in a downward direction, now is an excellent time to look for deep discounts from new home builders. So click the link below to see […]

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First-Time Homebuyer Tax Credit.

September 21st, 2008

First time homebuyers listen up!!!!!!! Here’s something awesome that will help you to take advantage of this Buyers’ Market. If you qualify, you may be eligible for a Tax Credit of up to $7500 dollars. Here’s a nice little PDF file that will give you most of the details. Find Out About The Tax Credit

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New Construction in New Jersey.

June 12th, 2008

I often get asked about New Construction in Morris, Essex and Union counties. Many times it’s from folks moving here from Atlanta and other areas with large new subdivisions. Lots of huge McMansions at affordable prices. The housing stock in Morris, Essex and Union counties is much older thus making it harder to find newer […]

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