Bergen County Residnetial Sales Up 42%Vs Same Period Last Year – See Where the Action is

Percentage Change in Sales From A Year Ago By Price Range

As prices continue to rise, more and more homeowners will place their homes on the market for sale. This combined with an improving economy will allow homeowners to again feel confident that they can sell their homes and move on with their future plans. We are already starting to see increases in listings coming onto [...]

Inflation Rate Expected to Accelerate in 2014 and 2015…How Will It Affect Real Estate Sales?

A 3% Inflation Rate Will Affect Sales

SEPTEMBER 2013 | BY LAWRENCE YUN The most recent inflation rate has hovered around the 2% level which is a manageable rate that is  not too worrisome to consumers. Pressure though is building up and certain components of the Consumer Price Index  such as medical costs, energy, and housing costs  are  been on the rise. The [...]

Bergen County Residents Must Allow Extra Commute Time Due to George Washington Bridge Closures

George Washington Bridge Closures

Beginning Monday, August 5, Bergen County residents will start feeling the adverse effects of traffic restrictions due to the resumed  steel deck improvements on the upper level of the George Washington Bridge. This work will cause significant overnight delays, with only one lane open on the upper level.  The work will also require several temporary full [...]

Is It Safe To Sell Your Bergen County Home Now?

This Tenafly Home listed for $1,195,000 Went Under Contract in 25 Days

For would-be sellers who have been stranded on the sidelines since home prices peaked in 2006 now is a good time to sell. Putting your Bergen County home on the market sooner than later will pay off since buyers demand is high and inventories are still low. Buyers search activity  usually peaks in March and April while seller [...]

Bergen County Home Supply Lowest in Seven Years Just Before The Key Selling Season

Home Inventory Lowest in Seven Years

The number of homes for sale in New Jersey  fell to a 7-year low in January,leaving would-be buyers chasing a shrinking supply of homes just before the spring selling season. Unsold inventory in the state declined 18% to the levels of 2005  at the height of the housing bubble. The combination of rising demand and falling supply portends slim pickings for home [...]

Bergen County NJ Towns Halloween Events

Bergen County NJ Halloween Events

Provided by  For Young Children: Dress up and trick-or-treat through the NJ Children’s Museum at their 14th Annual Spooktackular. Wear your costume and meet an author, hear stories, do crafts and then take part in a town wide parade and haunted house. Go see Stagefright: A Halloween Musical Comedy about a group of trick-or-treaters who come upon the house of [...]

Home Sales in Bergen County NJ Continue to Rise

Home Sales in Bergen County New Jersey as of 9.30.2012

Home purchases in New Jersey as a whole and Bergen County specifically continue to rise . The rise is due to a number of factors; Lower Home Prices Low Mortgage Interest Rates Low Inventory worth of 6.8 months of sales in Bergen county Favorable Rent to Own Ratio New Jersey’s pace of economic recovery has [...]

64% of Women Believe That Home ownership Is “Essential in Defining the American Dream”

TD Bank's Infographic On Women and Home Ownership

BY: ABBY GREGORY In  a recently released Home Buyer Poll results, TD bank finds that women are nearly 10 percent more likely to aspire to purchase property than men.  According to the Bank’s survey, 64 percent of women believe that homeownership is “essential in defining the American Dream,” and 66 percent of females who are currently renting intend [...]

Closter Plaza – Backdrop for New Leonardo DiCaprio / Martin Scorsese Film Production ” The Wolf of Wall Street “

Leonardo Dicaprio in The Wolf of Wall Street

  The Closter Plaza is currently home for many film production crew trucks. According to the guard on site Martin Scorsese’s New film  ”The Wolf of Wall Street”  certain production scenes are being shot in this location. The movie is based on Jordan Belfort‘s memoir about his rise and fall as a New York stockbroker and the lead character [...]

The Rumor Is Officially Verified….Wholefoods is Coming Soon To Closter……

Wholefoods Market Coming Soon To Closter

Despite the legal trouble surrounding Closter Plaza, Whole Foods Market  website  has officially announced that   a grocery store in the borough is soon to be opened. Needless to say that this will be a huge addition to the to the northern valley residents food shopping experience. The store will service all th neear by towns of Tenafly, Cresskill, Demarest, Alpine, Englewood , Englewood Cliffs and [...]