My brother is going through this as well. I think that it would be a good idea to resurface the pool. What did you end up doing and how did it work out for you? My brother is curious. http://www.freshlifepools.com.au... more
What a difference one month makes! From January 1st through the end of April, 30 homes had sold in Colts Neck, and the median year-to-date price was 4% lower than it was a year ago. As of May 31st, 35
At the end of the first quarter, the median sales price of a single-family home in Colts Neck was up 13% compared to the same period last year. The same number (21) of homes sold between January 1 and
Normally I don’t like to give Colts Neck’s year-to-date real estate statistics until the end of the February. Colts Neck is a small town, and we don’t see 20 sales until February or March (20 is
The median price of a single-family home in Colts Neck increased by 8% in 2013 (from $625,000 in 2012 to $672,500). The median is the price at which 50% of the homes sold for more and 50% sold for less.
If youâ€™ve been reading my blogs you know there are four key, objective indicators for real estate. Whether youâ€™re a buyer or a seller, you should know what these indicators are predicting
There are 4 key objective real estate indicators for every market: number of sales (i.e., demand), number of listings (i.e., supply), average/median selling price and real estate absorption rate. Hereâ€™s
If youâ€™ve been following my posts you know that there are four (4) key, objective indicators for real estate: number of sales (demand), number of listings (supply), price and absorption rate. Letâ€™s
Although Marlboro home sales are strong, the Colts Neck real estate market is still struggling for direction. The good news is that at the end of 7 months, more homes have sold than a year ago and the
My name is D.J. Ten Hoeve, and I am aÂ local property expertÂ and Realtor Salesperson here in the Monmouth County area with Keller Williams Realty.So, your home was listed for sale, and it â€œexpiredâ€.
To my knowledge from a real estate perspective, we only need the consent of the individual named on the deed. However, if there are other arrangements in your relationship this may not be the case. I'd suggest you consult with an attorney on this question.
New Jersey - this is an old question, and there is a more recent thread currently dealing with this very issue.
I respectfully disagree with you in that I will show whatever home works for my buyer. Period....end of story!
Most buyers today are up to date on the market through the internet..........how would I explain NOT showing a home just because it had a lower commission???......conversely, how would I explain showing a home that isn't what my buyer is looking for, and wasting their time, just because it had a higher commission??? My credibility with my buyer is vital. I work hard to develop that trust, and no commission is worth risking losing that, or losing a client.
In my experience, the best incentive to help get a home sold is an incentive given to the buyer, not the agent. Another great incentive....is a price reduction!!! Just my opinion.........based on almost 25 yrs. of experience..
Best wishes to you.
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