How to Adjust Your Search When You Aren’t Finding The House You Want

How to Adjust Your Search When You Aren’t Finding The House You Want Right now in NJ we are going through a seller’s market in most areas which can make purchasing a home difficult for many buyers because of limited inventory and multiple offers on popular properties. Instead of getting frustrated there are some ways Read more about How to Adjust Your Search When You Aren’t Finding The House You Want[…]

What Exactly Is A Seller’s Market And How Can I Take Advantage Of It?

Right now the hubbub In the real estate industry is that it is a seller’s market. But what exactly does it mean? Clearly it means sellers have an advantage. But why and how much? And how can you tell it’s a seller’s market or a buyer’s market? So let’s look at exactly what makes a seller’s Read more about What Exactly Is A Seller’s Market And How Can I Take Advantage Of It?[…]

11 Tips For Using Ice Melt Without Destroying Your Concrete!

Most of us use ice melt throughout the winter but don’t pay too much attention to what is actually in it and the effects it can have on our sidewalks, stairs and driveways. Concrete can be a major expense and fixing it is one of the most requested repairs I see after home inspections. So Read more about 11 Tips For Using Ice Melt Without Destroying Your Concrete![…]

4 Common Questions About Hiring A Real Estate Attorney in NJ

Disclaimer: There are some questions to think about when hiring an attorney for a real estate transaction in NJ. Nothing is this article is meant as legal advice and should not be interpreted as such. If you have legal questions please consult your attorney. It can be intimidating when you think about hiring an attorney. We Read more about 4 Common Questions About Hiring A Real Estate Attorney in NJ[…]

Certificate of Occupancy And/Or Fire Inspection

Every municipality does a township inspection before you close on your house. Each municipality makes their own rules for what they require and many of them have different names and procedures for getting one. Real Estate professionals usually just use the term Certificate of Occupancy (and sometimes abbreviate it as C.O.) regardless of what the township calls it and Read more about Certificate of Occupancy And/Or Fire Inspection[…]

The 17 Steps to Buying a House in NJ: From Offer To Closing And (Almost) Everything In Between

The typical real estate purchase has a few steps along the way and they normally go in this order. Lets assume that you’ve already narrowed down the area you want to live in, your price range, and what you want in a house. You start looking for a house and you find one you like! Read more about The 17 Steps to Buying a House in NJ: From Offer To Closing And (Almost) Everything In Between[…]

If I Don’t Sell My House I Can Just Rent It Out – 6 Things To Consider

Many homeowners talk about backup plans when they are getting ready to sell. They say things like “If I don’t sell it I’ll just rent it out a while.” or “I can always rent it out if I don’t get my price.” Yes, you do have the option of renting out your home if you Read more about If I Don’t Sell My House I Can Just Rent It Out – 6 Things To Consider[…]