If you should decide to market the property you will find that there is currently little competition for a two bedroom house in Gibbstown. I am not aware of any currently for sale. In the past 12 months there were 4 sales of two bedroom homes which ranged from $140,000 to $190,000. There is however a 5 month inventory accumulation which includes all homes. If the home is common and typical and in at least average condition you are not likely to have difficulty selling it.
Although overall sales volume has declined 20% in Gibbstown over the prior year the average sales price has actually increase 6.7%. This is an attractive community that is well located relative to commuting to either Philadelphia, PA or Delaware. Of course, the local petro chemical industry is a major employer in the area and a two bedroom home at an affordable price would seem to be very marketable.
I do not sell real estate. I am an appraiser. I would recommend however that you drive around the neighborhood if possible and note the agent's names on the signs and take notice of which agents have a high exposure there. They are likely to be well connected with buyers within that market.
Jitka from Century 12 Alliance who answered earlier is from a brokerage that is well represented there and has a good reputation for aggressive and reputable marketing. Anthony Morda from Century 12 Town & Country is an agent whose name you will see on many signs and who is well connected and successful in Gibbstown. I would interview both agents and see which one has a marketing plan you feel most comfortable with should you decide to take that route.
Frederick R. Giebel, Jr.
NJ Certified General Real Estate Appraiser (FHA Approved)
Appraising homes in the same South Jersey neighborhoods since 1981