Category Archives: Real Estate


Terms You Might Overlook in a Real Estate Contract

Buying, renting, or leasing a new home can be a big, exciting step for many people. It means a new living situation and a new future. However, in the process of getting a new home, you will be presented with a real estate contract. In the midst of all the excitement, it could be tempting……
Read More

4 Ways Real Estate Contracts Can Be Tricky

Buying, or selling, a house in New Jersey can be a wonderful moment in your life. It can also be a nerve-wracking experience because real estate transactions are often incredibly complicated and involve numerous legal issues and technicalities that need to be worked out well in advance of closing. Even if you have negotiated with……
Read More

5 House-Buying Myths Debunked

Making the decision to purchase a house can be momentous – a life-changing choice that fulfills a large part of the American dream to own property. Of course, this decision is not one that is made easily. Prior to closing on a home, you will need to do your due diligence and make sure that……
Read More

NJ Luxury Real Estate Market Is Struggling

Although it has been some time since the housing bubble burst, the real estate market in New Jersey, Pennsylvania, and elsewhere in the U.S. still hasn’t rebounded across all sectors. For instance, recent data indicates that the luxury market is still struggling. A “luxury listing” is typically defined as a property in the top one-third……
Read More

Home Foreclosure Process Takes Longer Than Usual in New Jersey

Earlier this year, real estate marketplace data showed that home foreclosures in New Jersey were on the rise even as they declined across the U.S. It appears that things have not gotten any better in the Garden State, with a recent report indicating that NJ has an extremely high foreclosure rate. Making matters worse is……
Read More