Blogger explains post-Sandy numbers
Sunday, May 12, 2013
Friday, May 3, 2013
Eight things you need to know about the Rumson market
Friday, April 26, 2013
Celebrate Arbor day and give your home curb appeal by planting a tree.
Monday, April 1, 2013
The real estate market in the area has improved drastically
Tuesday, March 26, 2013
Selling? Take lots of quality photos.
Sunday, March 24, 2013
Homes in Rumson, Fair Haven are selling
Friday, March 22, 2013
The award is bestowed by the American Red Cross
Wednesday, March 13, 2013
Maggie Kemler comes to Resources from Brokers 3
Resources Real Estate in Rumson welcomes Margaret “Maggie” Kemler, formerly of Brokers 3, to the company. “Maggie’s understanding of the market and her experience ensure that both her buyer and seller clients succeed,” said Carolynn Diakon, broker/senior partner. “She’s a dedicated agent who takes her client’s needs seriously.” Kemler, a full-time real estate professional with 10 years of experience, has a solid history of problem solving and helping her clients achieve their goals. “I believe that no problem is too great to tackle,” she said. “Creativity and persistence can resolve any issue; and I know that Resources supports my approach to getting the job done.” “We are excited that Maggie has joined our growing team,” said Thomas …
Thursday, March 7, 2013
Foreclosure filings start to slow in most of the country, but rising in southern New Jersey
The numbers tell a grim story for the Garden State. The tide of foreclosure is slowly receding across many of the nation’s housing markets, but it is still rising across southern New Jersey. While other regions may have higher raw numbers, housing distress was becoming pervasive across the state’s southern counties even before superstorm Sandy, according to participants in New Jersey Future’s 2013 redevelopment forum. And even though big cities like Phoenix and Las Vegas grab foreclosure headlines, South Jersey communities top the list for a number of unfortunate housing market trends, according to Kathe Newman of Rutgers University. “When you combine mortgages that are delinquent by at least 90 days with properties already in foreclosure…
Saturday, February 23, 2013
Cottage where musician wrote "Born to Run" is up for sale
The Asbury Park Press reported this week that the Long Branch home where Rumson resident Bruce Springsteen wrote some of his biggest hits such as "Born to Run" is up for sale. The cottage, located at 71/2 West End Court, has five rooms, two bedrooms and one bath and is on the market for $349,900, according to the article. Real estate agent Susan McLaughlin of Keller Williams Realty said in the article that she is "hopeful the city of Long Branch would buy the house and turn it into a music(al) heritage destination." We want to know, do you like the idea of the city buying the house and turning into a museum? Tell us your thoughts in the comments below.