The Resourceful Realtor: Thomas McCormack, Resources Real Estate

Real Estate Agent - Resources Real Estate
An honest and informative view of the real estate market and life in eastern Monmouth County.
  With overall New Jersey home sales on a continual upswing for the past year and a half, our Monmouth County market has been experiencing similarly encouraging sales activity  -- clearly a welcome sign that our local housing market is truly in recovery.     Posting a 14.4% increase in single-fam...
Why Floor Time Is Bad for The Agent 

Ask any listing agent, "Who is the most logical agent in this office to handle calls about your listing?" and the answer is always the same: "I am."  
 And yet so many "traditional" real estate companies continue to operate with floor duty where agents respon...
Monmouth County Division of Workforce Development has received a grant to recruit and place individuals in workplaces that need help in recovering from the Hurricane Sandy disaster.  We have various job orders from municipalities, non-profits and governmental agencies that we need to fill very qu...
Due to the major property damage caused by Hurricane Sandy, many are faced with value assessments that are no longer accurate.  There is a provision of law that could lead to lower assessments but there is a deadline to take action. Under NJ law, property value is assessed based on the condition ...
IRS announces Storm Sandy relief The IRS, which earlier extended filing deadlines for returns due on October 31, has announced additional tax relief for individuals and businesses affected by Hurricane Sandy. This includes postponement of various filing and payment deadlines that occurred startin...
To all who have been affected by this storm, we offer our heartfelt support.  Much work is yet to be done; the contractors and contacts provided below will hopefully come in handy.      RESOURCES REAL ESTATE  732-212-0440Rumson: 112 E River Rd (operational)Monmouth Beach: 36 Beach Rd #3 (closed f...
I received this yesterday and thought it would be of interest to all who have had Comcast service disruptions from Storm Sandy: State law protects consumers from paying for cable television services during extended outages. Many of us have lost power and cable service after Hurricane Sandy and I ...
This from NJAR: HUD Takes Action for Hurricane Sandy Victims   In the aftermath of Hurricane Sandy, the New Jersey Association of REALTORS® (NJAR®) worked with the United States Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) in response to the large number of New Jersey families who may need s...
Resources from the NJ Chamber of Commerce: Loans  For assistance with business loans, contact the New Jersey Economic Development Authority at (609) 777-4898, or contact your bank. If you have any problems or issues, call the New Jersey Chamber of Commerce at (609) 989-7888. Clean Up  State Senat...
Help for Those Unemplyed Due to the Storm  Christie Administration Announces Disaster Unemployment Assistance Expanded to All New Jersey Counties Due to Hurricane Sandy. For more information, click here.   Hurricane Relief Fund  To donate to the Hurricane Sandy New Jersey Relief Fund organized by...

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