Real Estate, Mercer County NJ, Homes for Sale

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Real Estate Agent - RE/MAX Tri County
Real Estate Buying and Selling in the Central New Jersey Counties of Mercer, Burlington, Monmouth, Middlesex, Hunterdon, and Ocean, Joe Giancarli, Realtor. New home sales information for central NJ.
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Short Sale Opportunity.  Best Priced single family detached home in Hamilton with a garage.  This Colonial features 3 bedrooms, large eat- in kitchen, gas cooking, full unfinished basement, one-car detached garage, newer heater, 5 year old windows, remodeled bath, and enclosed porch. Appliances i...
01/14/2011
New Jersey as a region was recently featured by the NYTimes.com Real Estate section in an article titled, "Deciding whether to Buy or Rent." The author, Antoinette Martin, states, "In New Jersey, where average home values rose slightly only to drop precipitously last year, and where an additional...
01/13/2011
The federal tax credit extension, coupled with an uptick in seasonal buying, helped keep the real estate market on its tracks in the first two quarters of 2010, according to RE/MAX of New England. Single-family home sales across New England showed the affects of the tax credit extension, as first...
01/13/2011
Desirable Concord model in Golden Crest features 5 bedrooms and 3 full baths under 400K. The home just needs a little TLC, new carpet and paint. New roof in May 2010; new furnace, central air, and hot water heater in 2002. Finished basement with second kitchen and walk-up outside entrance. Beauti...
01/11/2011
There were fewer total real estate sales in Mercer County NJ this year than last, highlighting the very real effects of the 1st Time Buyer tax credit in 2009.  Positive signs in 2010 included average prices holding steady, more high-end sales over $1,000,000 (90 vs 69), and a reduction in days on...
01/09/2011
A recent article in RISMedia. com states, "It's unlikely to get any easier and may, in fact, get much more difficult to buy a home in 2011."Looming large over the mortgage market are provisions of the Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act that have yet to be finalized. Among t...
01/06/2011
The January issue of the SeniorResource.com e-Zine included an excellent article on What is in Your Credit Report.  Subscribe here to receive future free copies:  http://www.seniorresource.com/ezine.htm"Your credit history is an ongoing record of information detailing which credit cards or loans ...
01/06/2011
Bloomberg Businessweek wraps up the gloomy year we've had in real estate with the statement, "Despite the slump, housing remains a good long-term investment-in the right markets."We all know that buying, fixing, and turning as a real estate investment strategy is no longer viable, at least until ...
12/30/2010
Improvements in consumer spending and consumer confidence, increased demand for goods and services, and falling unemployment claims are all positive factors for a brighter outlook as we move into 2011, according to the December 2010 Economic Outlook released by Fannie Mae's Economics & Mortgage M...
12/23/2010
Reprinted below are the findings of the RE/MAX November 2010 Housing Report. "While home sales usually decline in the winter months, we are seeing a larger than normal correction this winter due to several artificial factors like the expired tax credit," said Margaret Kelly, CEO of RE/MAX, LLC. "...
12/23/2010