Monday, September 23, 2019

Real Estate

Improve Indoor Air Quality at Home

(BPT) Think about how much time you and your family spend inside versus outside. From your home to the car to work and to school, it’s not uncommon that the majority of your day is spent indoors. This modern phenomenon means increased exposure to indoor air pollution. Fortunately, with a few smart, proactive steps, you can help

Good Night Moon

I was recently in Ness Ziona and wandered upon Ilan Ramon Street. Reading the street sign reminded me that, with so much focus on Israel’s recent lunar space project, it is an opportune time to focus on Israel’s first astronaut.

The Beresheet spacecraft was a private initiative, rather than

Smart Tips for First-Time Homebuyers

(BPT) Today’s first-time homebuyers face a variety of hurdles when trying to enter the real estate market. While interest rates have declined recently and there are signs that more inventory may be coming onto the market, many buyers continue to feel frustration in finding and financing a home.

Not Your Grandfather’s Home Loan: What to Know About Today’s Process

(StatePoint) In today’s world where moving fast is the norm, you may think that finding the time to apply for a home loan is about as likely as finding the time to remove your jam-packed storage room of all the objects that don’t bring you joy.

The good news is the process is

Five Books to Inspire Green Thumbs

(StatePoint) Whether you’re a seasoned gardener or just getting started, it always helps to have a little guidance and inspiration.

These new books can help you perfect your gardening game:

Cacti and

Clearing the Air: Five Facts to Know When Choosing New Roofing

(BPT) When choosing products and materials for a new roof, many homeowners focus mainly on color and what their shingles will look like next to their existing siding or brick.

Naturally, aesthetics and curb appeal are important. But an even more crucial element of your new roof is the

Flipping Out

I hope everyone had a wonderful Pesach regardless of where you were celebrating. Amongst the many things that I enjoyed about this year’s holiday, in particular, was seeing the many students who came back to the U.S. from Israel to celebrate with their families. It fascinates me to see so many “kids” who have matured so much,

Central NJ’s Legendary Realty Grows in Staff, Sales and Reputation

You could see this as a bit of a business mystery.

He is not affiliated with one of the “big” names of real estate. He established his own company, Legendary Realty, less than two years ago. Up until recently the firm had only two realtors, Avi Berger (the owner) and Juliet

Azorim’s Haneviim Boutique Luxury Project Is Selling Fast

(Courtesy of Azorim) The year 2019 ushered in a gust of fresh air for buyers in the Haneviim Boutique luxury real estate project. Five apartments have already been sold since the beginning of the year (January – February 2019), while over the past year (from January – December 2018), a total of thirteen apartments were purchased in

The Four Sons and Their Mortgage Experiences

People are always looking for the “best deal” that they can get. As a mindful consumer, I can appreciate that. I very often try to incorporate the consumer (i.e., mortgage applicants) perspective when I discuss financial options and weigh scenarios with my clients. At this time of year, I thought it would be appropriate to

OHEL’s Inaugural Real Estate 200 (RE200) Was the Real Deal

(Courtesy of OHEL) On April 9th OHEL Children’s Home and Family Services welcomed 200 leading NEW York area real estate professionals to the landmark Apple Bank for Savings on the Upper West Side.

It was an opportunity for 200 invited members of the real estate industry to

Striking New Color Trends for Your Garden

(BPT) Today’s plant lovers want more than the traditional flowers to enhance their home. Rather, people want to enjoy the experience of getting in touch with nature, while also looking for unique flowers and plants to add a more creative, personal touch of color and inspiration to their yards. This year, gardens will be