Jen, Home Seller in Randolph, MA

How is the price in Randolph, NJ?

Asked by Jen, Randolph, MA Sun Jan 27, 2008

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Hi Jen,

I'm with Century 21 in Succasunna. Prices in Randolph are down about 10% in the past year, and it typically takes 60-90 days to sell a home if it is properly priced. If you have a home to sell, I would be happy to answer any questions that you might have. Just contact me through my website. Good luck!

-Marc
Web Reference: http://www.marcpaolella.com
2 votes Thank Flag Link Thu Jan 31, 2008
As of Spring 2013, we have very little inventory and are seeing multiple offers on homes that are in good condtion and priced correctly! We are even seeing homes selling for asking price and over! Please feel free to give me a call if you are interested in buying or selling. I would be happy to sit down and explain the current Randolph real estate market conditions....anytime. I have lived in Randolph since 1995 and it is a great place to live!
0 votes Thank Flag Link Tue Apr 9, 2013
Hi Jen -
I have been living in Randolph for the past 12 years and work in the Weichert Realtors Randolph Office....how are homes doing here? I see two markets....either homes are priced well, lots of showings, multiple offers within a week or homes are overpriced, no showings, no offers, and sitting on the market. We are having equivalent pricing to 2003....if we recall...we were all happy then. :) Randolph has excellent schools....my opinion, but with two sons in the school system - I am very impressed. I would be happy to help you if you are thinking of coming to our town. Email me at JSouthren@weichert.com or call me on my cell 201-650-3722. Jill http://www.JillSouthren.com
Web Reference: http://www.JillSouthren.com
0 votes Thank Flag Link Thu Oct 1, 2009
Hi Jen -
I have been living in Randolph for the past 12 years and work in the Weichert Realtors Randolph Office....how are homes doing here? I see two markets....either homes are priced well, lots of showings, multiple offers within a week or homes are overpriced, no showings, no offers, and sitting on the market. We are having equivalent pricing to 2003....if we recall...we were all happy then. :) Randolph has excellent schools....my opinion, but with two sons in the school system - I am very impressed. I would be happy to help you if you are thinking of coming to our town. Email me at JSouthren@weichert.com or call me on my cell 201-650-3722. Jill http://www.JillSouthren.com
Web Reference: http://www.JillSouthren.com
0 votes Thank Flag Link Thu Oct 1, 2009
Randolph's prices are reasonable, anywhere from $375,000 upwards to almost $2 million. The schools are excellent.
Web Reference: http://morrisnjhomes.com
0 votes Thank Flag Link Tue Apr 22, 2008
Hello fellow Randolph resident. The good times in Randolph are fairly over. There are now homes in the mid $300,000s that are actually quite nice. Shongum has come down too. The fall is about 15% over last year and falling. A 5 bedroom bi-level started out at $599,000 and sold for $430,000. There are other such stories.

If you price right, you will sell quite quickly. I sold a split in Succasunna in Feb in 2 weeks and only $7000 below asking. When the price is right, the avg Morris County seller is getting 95-98% of their asking price.

I don't know if you have gone on the market yet but I work with Marlene Ginsberg and we both live in Randolph. We have 3 listings in Randolph now.
0 votes Thank Flag Link Thu Mar 20, 2008
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