Yep, it's that time of year again. The summer flew buy lightning fast (well, for me anyway)! Labor Day has come and gone,kids are back in school , the beaches while still some are open are way less
Stafford Waterfront Update
Dear Friends and Neighbors,
Hopefully, we will be trading the snow shovels for the sand shovels very soon.
This latest sales letter shows a strong sales market, with our home values continuing to grow.
At present, there are only 79 waterfront homes on the For Sale market, as compared to last year’s123. We have 27 Homes Under Contract/Pending, as compared to last year’s 32. And average salevalues are on the rise at $444,526, as compared to last year’s $368,984.
Please give me a call on my cell: 201-394-6320 or send an email: [email protected] if youhave any questions about this report, area trends, concerns on selling a home that has not been raised orif you would like a free, no pressure current market analysis of your home.
Remember, I am not just a Realtor, I am your neighbor and live on the waterfront also!
Marion A. Romano, SRES,ABR,CRS,RSPS,SFR
Broker Associate Salesperson
Cell: 201-394-6320Office: 609-597-1988 ex: 337
The Van Dyk Group 275 Route 72 E. Manahawkin, NJ 08050
Email: [email protected]: beachhavenwesthomes.com
info supplied by Jersey Shore Matrix MLS as of 3/31/18.
I grew up in Bergen County, New Jersey across the Hudson River from New York City. My husband, Dennis, and I raised our two children there. As soon as the kids were finished with school, Dennis and I ....
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