One word explains 2019 – stable. Bergen County overall had 3% more sales (6,921 to 7,121 or +4,264) with 7/10 of 1% appreciation. 2020 should be more of the same.
Posts Categorized: Selling
The right attorney is the attorney who is best for you. You think an attorney is lousy because it’s simply not the right match for you and your needs. There are, of course, lousy attorneys. Just like lousy real estate agents, lousy painters, lousy teachers etc etc etc. When you are buying a home or… Read more »
There are ways to handle home inspection issues for sellers so both sides win. While there are times when inspection issues do create insurmountable problems, this is a rare occurrence. Why is it, then, that so many contracts fail due to home inspection issues? Going On The Market For Sale We start with where it begins –… Read more »
Don’t allow a combination lock box when selling your home. Allow me to explain why. Why Use A Lock box Lock boxes make access easier. Because other options to show a house are more challenging, lock boxes are often a preferred method. There are times that a home can only be shown when the listing… Read more »
HouseLogic.com was a new website when I wrote a blog article about it in 2010. Since then it has become an extremely popular resource for home owners as well as home buyers and sellers. It has grown and evolved over the years to answer consumer feedback. Your Money My original article on House Logic explained… Read more »
Comps don’t work is a true statement. Whether you are buying a home or selling a home one thing is for sure: Eventually a bubbly Realtor will hand you a stack of comps. Why? Because that’s what agents are trained to do. I guess if they trained us to give you lollipops you’d get a… Read more »
It’s May 15th at 10 pm and I just took a look at the New Jersey MLS figures. What I found is that Bergen County real estate is soaring. Bergen County Real Estate Right now there are 2,993 single family homes for sale and 1,531 under contract in the entire NJMLS. That’s an astounding 2… Read more »
Before you knock down that wall take a minute to think about the result. Especially with older homes. You might be making a huge and costly mistake.
Need a new roof or siding this year? Be very careful because you are no longer protected. What Happened & Why March 2018 is when the Department of Consumer Affairs “declassified” a lot of home improvements. As a result, permits are no longer required for a host of expensive, big ticket items like putting on… Read more »
Bergen County real estate is important. This is the largest county in New Jersey with 948,000+ people and we are one of the most affluent counties in the US. What happens here influences everyone in the NYC metropolitan area. The Bergen County housing market reflects the Tri-State economy and outlook. So let’s take a look… Read more »