We have a small town feel with a big city attitude. Much like European cities, we've got a 'high' street - Washington Street - with all the shops and restaurants you could want. Our real estate market is exceptionally strong - prices are stable and the average price for condos is about $530 per square foot, more if you'd like a NYC & river view. Historic brownstones sell for about a million, have private yards much like in central London and they are gorgeous.
I'd be happy help you if you would like to contact me directly. I specialize in Hoboken.
Good luck & welcome to NJ!
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I see you want to be close to Eatontown and easy access to the City. My first question is how far away from your office do you want to be located? 10 min 15 min 20 min. I am asking because this will help me narrow which would be the best town for you. There is close transportation to the City from Eatontown & Tinton Falls but you can Also go Shrewsbury, Redbank, Middletown, Holmdel these are all towns that are 10-20 mins to Eatontown but also 10-20 minutes closer to NY and these towns also have easy acces to NY weather driving or train & bus. I hope this is helpful any questions or advise feel free to contact me.
Your first stop should be Monmouth County NJ. I have lived here for 30 year. I've attended the schools, enjoyed the beaches, nightlife, theater, shopping, thoroughbred racing, parks and recreation, and more. I am now a real estate agent and think that Monmouth County has the magic combination of proximity to NYC (45 min by train or car; 30 min by ferry), combined with prime but affordable real estate and the relaxed Shore lifestyle.
I don't know what your budget is but your transfer to Eatontown coincides with a major Eatontown employer (Fort Monmouth) moving its 4000 employees to Maryland. Hence, there are many attractive properties for sale in the area at very nice prices. So why not give me a call or an email for more information? You can log on to my secure website http://www.GreatHomesbyKP.com and get great information on the area: demographics, schools, birds-eye views, etc. Plus you'll see my resume and you can decide if you'd like to work with me. I am a Cerified RELO agent, so if your company is paying for your relocation, they will no doubt be using a relocation agency. Weichert Relocation (an affiliate of Weichert Realtors) is the largest privately owned member of RELO, to which all the relocation companies belong. Relocation companies' prime purpose is to make you the employee happy. So if you have a particular real estate agent you want to work with all you need to do is tell your relocation coordinator. You may also email me directly at firstname.lastname@example.org
Best of luck with your relocation!
OceanTwp, NJ 07755
Best of luck to you.
I have been a realtor in this area for 15 years, and over that period of time have helped many people make the move from international locations to this area. Since this area is rich in history, coming from the UK, you'll feel right at home. Please feel free to contact me personally to disucss your needs and talk further about the area. Good Luck!
Weichert Realtors, Priinceton office
First, a big welcome to NJ. I could live anywhere in the US, and have lived in the Midwest, Southern California beaches, in Greenwich, Connecticut on the Long Island Sound, and have been a Monmouth County resident for over 12 years. I hung up my corporate hat and now reside hereâ€¦..and love it here. I have had the opportunity to live in some fabulous places, so it does speak well of this area.
I hope that you can find the wonderful joys and diverse options this area has to offer.
We are quite the desired relocation point and second home destination for many NYC dwellers. This may result from the areaâ€™s ability to meet that balance of interests of cosmopolitan, beach lifestyle, and casual suburban and rural lifestyle.
We have a relocation package that we created for NYC residents considering our area. This same package may be helpful for you. If you want this sent to you in London, we can send it out DHL.
I am a member of CIPSâ€¦..Certified International Property Specialists. I have completed several international transactions and am comfortable answering most any question you can throw our way. Feel free to ask.
Your lifestyle options will run from beach areas in newer community townhouse developments, to a town environment such as Red Bank, to suburban homes, or country estates of several acres. We are home to a few of the top rated restaurants in the state, phenomenal outdoor activities with miles of pristine beaches, local theater that is quite impressive, and a housing stock that is quite diverse to meet the budget and criteria of any buyer.
We completed a sale a few months back for buyers from London. If you would like to be put in contact with them, we can arrange for you to hear their input on their experiences.
The relocation package is quite extensive and is available (yes, all way to London via DHL) at no cost or obligation.
Welcome to NJâ€¦.This is a great place to liveâ€¦â€¦â€¦accessibility to NYC is a great plusâ€¦..but even without that, the lifestyle here is terrific!
Deborah Madey - Broker
Peninsula Realty Group
(732) 530-7755 Main Office
(732) 530-6350 Direct
I own my agency and have been licensed since 1996 and have lived my entire life in Monmouth County. I would be glad to help you to find a home. Most important is that you need to get a sense of what your budget can afford here in Monmouth County. We are not the most affordable county in the state, but we have so much to offer: beaches, horse farms, major shopping and hospitals (therefore, excellent medical practictioners) and of course we have historic areas and lots of public parklands. You get what you pay for, as the saying goes!
Feel free to email me at: email@example.com to provide some parameters of what you are looking for and I will gladly try to accommodate your needs.
I obviously would tell you that my house would be perfect for you, but I don't know what you are looking for nor do you know anything about my house... we can talk about that later if you wish... but I recommend the Freehold area... reasons.... about 20 min to Redbank (it is really a nice place), but Freehold has it's own "downtown" area, it's close to all the highways, half way to NYC and Philadelphia, suburban enough, but definitely "hip" & the place to be...
If you have any questions feel free to email me... I'm not a realtor but am a realestate investor so I never sell at retail ;) always below... firstname.lastname@example.org
moving to Hoboken is silly if your working in Eatontown. Red Bank is 10 minutes away. It has a restaurants, shops the river and is easy to get into the city. A ferry into the city (10 minute drive) and 40 minutes to NYC. If you want to be in a city(walkable) Red Bank is the best although taxes and crime are rising. I was a realtor ... make sure that the person you work with doesn't stick you in a new build that will take a LONG time to turn over. Find an agent that has been in the business FULL time for over 10 years and has lived in the area your interested in for at least 20 years.
Your home and happiness are at stake, don't trust some of the internet people since they are usually covering mass areas and not specializing in any... (oh that is the town dump behind your woods ... I didn't realize that...)
Have you looked in Red Bank? It's a hip town only about 4 parkway miles to Eatontown. It isn't too far from the beach, and is only one hour to NYC. There is train service, bus service, or ferry service from the area.
If you would like to see some of the available properties you can go to my website http://www.dianeglander.com and search or email me from there or through Trulia and I'll send you out a few considerations.
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