Tuesday, March 28, 2017

Real Estate

1674 Fairfield St, Teaneck


4 bed / 2.5 bath

Links Residential


Quiet neighborhood. Entry foyer, living room w/ fireplace, dining room, modern eat-in kitchen, and large rear deck. Two main floor bedrooms, hardwood floors, master suite and

300 Winston Drive #112, Cliffside Park


V&N Realty


Fresh and Modern renovation. This beautiful apartment features high end finishes such as radiant heated flooring and jetted tubs in the bathrooms and a wine fridge in the open concept kitchen. Enjoy the garden and city skyline view

What Stays? What Goes?

When a home is being sold, what items stay and go is often up for debate between the seller and home buyer.

Fixtures usually stay since they are permanently attached to the property. Generally, if a tool is needed to remove an item, and removing the item would cause damage to walls, fences, porches, decks, ceiling, etc., then

Conserve Energy and Save Money This Fall by Weatherizing Your Home

 (BPT) Cooler seasonal temperatures can have an impact on not only your home, but also your wallet. Along with adjusting your thermostat as the cooler weather embraces much of the country, weatherizing your home also has a direct impact on the amount of energy required to maintain a comfortable temperature indoors. Follow these five easy DIY

Lost Opportunities; The Cost Of Waiting

Have you ever been out with someone who points to a house, shows you a car, mentions a stock, or talks about something they could have bought years ago at a significant discount? Have you ever been around someone who still pines over a lost opportunity about something they should have gotten involved in years ago that would have

How to Make a Successful Offer in Today’s Housing Market

(StatePoint) Prospective homebuyers can get encouraged by the current market. Nearly 68 percent of homes sales today are to individual buyers compared to 53 percent in 2011 when investor and cash deals were at their peak. Still, competition for housing is hot.

“In a competitive market, your

Tips for Buying and Selling a Home

What is the best way to keep my family and home safe for showings?

Realtors do their best to try and screen their clients before showings and try to make sure they are qualified. Many of us accomplished agents also know each other in the industry, so there is

Ring Out the Old, Bring in the New... Real Estate Planning for the New Year

We’re on the heels of a Jewish new year again, and we’re all anticipating and hoping for a happy and healthy 5777 for our entire family, friends and community.

Even though we are not at the beginning of a new English calendar year, I thought it would be appropriate to look over some real

Home Ideas for Cozy Fall Living

(StatePoint) With autumn comes crisp falling leaves, fresh brisk air and pumpkin spice aromas. It’s time to prepare your home to spend more time indoors, decorating it with warm, cozy accents to set the tone for the season.

Make your home fall-ready with the following cozy ideas.

  1. Freshen Up

Ten Packing Hacks to Streamline Your Move

Moving brings a mix of emotions. Excitement about living in a new home is paired with angst and anxiety about the actual moving process. The most dreaded task is the one that takes the most time: packing.

The boxes, the bubble wrap, the labels—oh my! Packing can be chaotic and overwhelming.

Construction Project Manager: Luxury or Necessity?

My client wanted to purchase an apartment in a particular building in Jerusalem’s lovely Talbieh community but had no interest in doing renovations. “Find me a renovated 3-bedroom apartment in this building and I’ll purchase it immediately,” was his directive. We canvassed the entire building numerous times, but

Congratulations, You Are NOT Approved

I recently had the privilege of providing mortgage financing to a young couple buying a home in Bergen County. On paper, the loan looked like many other loans that I have done without issue in the past. In speaking with them further however, I was told that they had already lost their initial contract deposit on another home they were trying to buy a few months