Explore Moorestown, NJ
By Dave Sulvetta, Realtor
(Dave Sulvetta, ReMax Connection, Gloucester County Realtor)
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Moorestown New Jersey Luxury Homes For Sale Moorestown New Jersey is located in Burlington County NJ, and is know for its reputation og being a very affluent community.  Back in 2005 Money Magazine voted Moorestown New Jersey to be the number one place to live in the United States. Not only is Moorestown NJ known for it's luxurious homes, it is also well known for it's excellent school system, low crime rate and home town feel. Just a 20 minute commute to Center City Philadelphia makes Moorestown NJ a perfect place to raise a family. If you are interested in selling or Purchasing a home in Moorestown NJ please follow this link - Moorestown New Jersey Luxury Homes For Sale Below are some specifics about Moorestown -
By Janet Larsen, Don't Just List Your Home, SELL IT!
(Berkshire Hathaway, HomeServices Fox and Roach, Realtors)
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The 1st point I must make is, do not hire a Realtor who works another job to supplement their income! Would you use a doctor or attorney that needed a part time job? I wouldn't. I have made this my full time career for 10 years and have consistantly ranked as a Top Producer. 2009 Janet Larsen ranked in the top 50 in the State of NJ Remax Agents. 2003-2010 NJ Association of Realtors Circle of Excellence Award Winner and 2005-2009Remax 100% Club Award Winner. I have listened to many homeowners that continually tell me they wish they had called me 1st instead of going though 1-3 other Realtors and wasting 6 months to 3 years trying to sell their homes that I have sold in a period of 1 day to 120 days at the price they expected anyway. Secondly, make a couple of test calls both to the agent...
By Janet Larsen, Don't Just List Your Home, SELL IT!
(Berkshire Hathaway, HomeServices Fox and Roach, Realtors)
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In a challenging market, you need an agent that will expose your home on the internet and with direct mail!  List your home with Janet and your home will get the exposure on these sites: Googlemaps for Real Estate        Google.com       Yahoo Real Estate            Zillow.com Over 100 Local Newspaper On line websites such as:  Washington Post, Kiplinger and US News and World Report Trulia.com                                           Trend MLS                                                   Active Rain Realtor.com                                       Homefinder.com                                             Openhouse.com Homes.com                                        HotPads.com                                                     Oodles.com Lycos.com                              ...
By Janet Larsen, Don't Just List Your Home, SELL IT!
(Berkshire Hathaway, HomeServices Fox and Roach, Realtors)
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The 1st point I must make is, do not hire a Realtor who works another job to supplement their income! Would you use a doctor or attorney that needed a part time job? I wouldn't.  Small town Realtors are not the answer! I have made this my full time career for 10 years and have consistantly ranked as a Top Producer. 2009 Janet Larsen ranked in the top 50 in the State of NJ Remax Agents. 2003-2009 NJ Association of Realtors Circle of Excellence Award Winner and 2005-2009 Remax 100% Club Award Winner. I have listened to many homeowners that continually tell me they wish they had called me 1st instead of going though 1-3 other Realtors and wasting 6 months to 3 years trying to sell their homes that I have sold in a period of 1 day to 120 days at the price they expected anyway. Secondly, mak...
By Michele Rose, Burlington County Home Staging & Redesign
(Rose-Colored Staging)
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The change of seasons, getting ready for holiday guests, family dinners, and get-togethers with friends!  Tis the season for decluttering!  What?  Who has time for that?  You do!  Really!  It's not that bad if you do a little at a time, as you go.  Here are some tips to get you on your way to a clutter-free home:   •   The Coat Closet:  The cold weather has come and the coats, scarves, gloves, and hats are at the front of the closet!  But what is lurking in the back?  What has fallen on the floor?  Get those coats that don't fit, those hats that itch, those unwanted scarves outta here!  Take a good look at shoes and boots-do they still fit?  Are they still in good shape?  If not, place them all in a big plastic bag and take them out to your car to donate.  That's right-take them right o...
By Michele Rose, Burlington County Home Staging & Redesign
(Rose-Colored Staging)
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Is it really possible to declutter a home during the holidays?  There's shopping to be done, trees to be trimmed, decorations and lights to be hung, the list goes on and on.  How can someone even think about cleaning out a house with so much going on?  Well, I'll tell ya!  This is actually a great time of year to purge the stuff we no longer want!   Since it's unlikely we'll go through all the Christmas stuff any other time of year, take the time now to purge as you go.  •   When you're decorating the tree, toss or donate the ornaments you no longer want.  Consider each one-is it sentimental, a memory, given to you from a loved one, beautiful, or precious to you in some way?  Then keep it!  Otherwise, toss or donate! •   Same thing with decorations-have some of them lost their luster?  ...
By Michele Rose, Burlington County Home Staging & Redesign
(Rose-Colored Staging)
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  Michele Rose is a Realtor and Professional Home Stager in Burlington County, NJ.  She has been assisting both buyers and sellers with their real estate needs for the last 6 years.  In 2007, she founded Rose-Colored Staging, a professional home staging and redesign business, to help sellers successfully market their homes with professional home staging.  
By Leander McClain, Cecil & Harford County Realtor
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Attention: NJ Bank Owned Foreclosures for Sale If you watch the news, you know that the number of home foreclosures is rising.  Due to a multitude of reasons, many people have been forced to vacate their homes.  Job loss, crazy mortgages and death are just a few of the reasons that many face foreclosure.  As a result, there are many New Jersey bank owned homes for sale.  Atlantic & Pacific Real Estate has a number of these foreclosures listed for sale.  Some of the homes are move in ready.  Others require some TLC.  Below is a list of homes for sale which is current as of 22 September 2010.  Because many of these homes sell quickly, the list is constantly changing.  If you are not currently working with a real estate agent and are interested in previewing any of these homes, give me a c...
By Leander McClain, Cecil & Harford County Realtor
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3 Rules for Buying a Foreclosed Home by Leander McClain, Realtor When it comes to buying a foreclosure, RULE #1 - YOU MUST FOLLOW THE RULES! RULE #2 - EVERY BANK HAS DIFFERENT RULES! Rule #3 – YOU ARE NO EXCEPTION! The rules are so simple and so obvious that even a four year old child can understand. Most of my listings are bank foreclosures. I can’t tell you the number of times I have heard the following lines. …… My office doesn’t prepare offers that way. …..We don’t have the forms the bank requires. ….In Gloucester County, that’s not the way that we do things. ….Have you seen this house? (duh….it’s my listing, of course I have seen it) ….Can’t you call the bank and explain to them why my client should be an exception to the rules? …. We want to put in an offer, but we want to do it o...
By Michele Rose, Burlington County Home Staging & Redesign
(Rose-Colored Staging)
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        Michele Rose is a Realtor and Professional Home Stager in Burlington County, NJ.  She has been assisting both buyers and sellers with their real estate needs for the last 6 years.  In 2007, she founded Rose-Colored Staging, a professional home staging and redesign business, to help sellers successfully market their homes with professional home staging.
By Michele Rose, Burlington County Home Staging & Redesign
(Rose-Colored Staging)
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There are some serious pro's and con's to using Facebook and after having been on it for nearly 2 years, I find myself still learning and perfecting how I use it.  My goals are to form new friendships, keep in touch with current friends and family, and learn from others in the real estate and staging businesses. In order for Facebook to be manageable for me, I've set up some rules.  Some may be a bit quirky but they work for me.  In fact, if I were to explain them, it might go something like this: Dear Potential Facebook Friend, Thank you requesting my friendship.  I choose my friends very carefully.  I will look at your profile to see if you are local, if you are in a business that interests me, or if I know you outside of Facebook.  I will look at what you've posted on your wall.  If ...
By Leander McClain, Cecil & Harford County Realtor
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Moorestown NJ Home Sales July - August 2010 by Leander McClain Realtor, Atlantic & Pacific Real Estate I have several clients who want to move to Moorestown. They have read about the school systems, they have read articles about the town and they are ready to pack up and move.  So you may be asking yourself "what's the problem?".   Everyone wants a bargain.  Most would prefer to purchase a home at 50% of the asking price.  However, take a look at the list price versus the sold price on the table below.  Most homes in Moorestown sold for very close to the list price.  There are wonderful homes for sale in Moorestown, NJ.  If you are looking for a foreclosure or a short sale, I can count the number available on less than two hands.  Does that mean there aren't bargains to be found?  Of c...
By Leander McClain, Cecil & Harford County Realtor
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Bank Owned Foreclosure for Sale: 1 Rosewood Lane, Moorestown, NJ by Leander McClain, Realtor As you make the turn onto Rosewood Lane, you notice a stately home on your right.  The circular driveway leads to a spectacular home sitting on 2.15 acres.  The two story entry with granite & marble floors, curving Mahogany & oak stairway and crystal chandelier let you know that you are indeed in a special home.  The first floor of this home features a 17' x20' study, a huge eat in kitchen, butlers pantry, guest room & guest bath, formal living room, formal dining room, family room, and 3 car garage.  The second floor has 3 bedrooms, 2 full bathrooms plus a master suite.  The master suite includes a 26' x 16 bedroom, huge walk in closet, master bath & 2nd laundry room. This opulent home has fall...
Photo GalleryDescriptionA uniquely designed Colonial that has been remodeled & expanded. Featuring an extra spacious Family Room with recessed lighting, neutral carpeting, bright windows that pour in natural sunlight, neutral paint, and provides access to half bath. Kitch offers newer refrig and dashwasher, neutral cabinets and countertop, and cozy eat-in dining area next door with lots light, and hardwood floors. Adjacent is a formal Dining Room with neutral carpeting, closet cabintry for storage, ceiling fan, and access to full bath. Upstairs features 3 large bedrooms with ceiling fan/light combo and a full bath. Master has vaulted ceiling and extra large walk-in closet. Additional features include 2-zone heat and A/C, sold wood doors throughout, newer roof, newer vinyl siding, newer ...
By Karl Peidl, Accredited Loan Consultant
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  Where Are Rates Going Now?Important Deadlines on the Horizon Two years ago, the Washington Post reported that home loan rates shot up to nearly 7% from 6% in less than a week. The volatility demonstrated that week resulted from turmoil in the financial markets and a lack of buyers for mortgage backed securities (MBS). That volatility continued through November 2008 when the Federal Reserve announced a program designed to lower rates and provide stability to housing. That program has been incredibly successful, driving rates to the lowest levels of all time. However, as this program will end March 31st, people want to know: Where are rates going now? Looking for ClarityThis month YOU Magazine turns to Barry Habib, Chairman of Mortgage Success Source, for his viewpoint. Mr. Habib has b...
By Karl Peidl, Accredited Loan Consultant
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  Trigger Leads: Protect Your Personal Data   Did you know that the major credit bureaus sell your personal information? It's true! Known as "trigger leads", the files of borrowers applying for a home loan are immediately flagged, packaged, and sold by the credit bureaus to the highest bidders. For about $25 to $100 or more, your name and certain specifics about your credit report, including your address, phone number, mortgage history, and even your FICO score range, are sold to unscrupulous mortgage companies which then blindly solicit your business. This results in numerous unwanted phone calls and junk mail offers which are in no way associated with your real estate agent or loan professional.Unfortunately, no legislation presently exists to prevent the credit bureaus from profitin...
By Karl Peidl, Accredited Loan Consultant
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Getting Your Business OnlineIt's Cheaper - and Easier - Than You Think!   When dealing with technology, it seems like the less you know, the more you pay. But that doesn't mean you have to be a computer geek to avoid getting taken for a ride. Armed with a little knowledge about where to look and what to look for, you can avoid the high costs that the less-informed are forced to pay. Let's take a look at personal web sites, for example. You've probably heard many Internet buzzwords flying around the last few years. Things like domain names, web hosting, and web design, to name a few. For some people, this techno-babble stops them in their tracks. They either throw in the towel early, or look for some hot shot (expensive!) web developer to handle it for them. But it's really not that dif...
By Matt Moxhay, Moorestown Real Estate
(Prudential Fox & Roach)
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Congratulations Moorestown: you were 1 of only 3 towns in Burlington County that saw your average sales price increase from 2008-2009.  The other 2 towns: Delanco and Springfield.  When I dig deeper though, Moorestown's accomplishment is more significant because of the number of units sold. Springfield only had 22 sales in 09 and Delanco 30, Moorestown had 154.  (My apologies to Wrightstown residents who also saw an increase, but there were only 4 units sold in 2009 which is too few to make it statistically relevant in my book.)While Burlington County experienced an 8.2% decrease in the average sale price, Moorestown enjoyed a 3.5% increase.  The increase is more impressive when you factor in that the Months Supply of Inventory (MSI) started the year at 11 Months and ended up at 16, spi...
By Karl Peidl, Accredited Loan Consultant
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Home Buyer's Tax Credit About to End You're probably up to your neck by now in forms and paperwork as the April 15th income tax deadline approaches. Maybe you've already completed your taxes, paid your bill, or are awaiting your refund check. Either way, now is the perfect time to revisit the extended and expanded Home Buyer's Tax Credit.Why? Because now, as you calculate your tax bill or your refund, you can finally see in real terms just how beneficial a tax credit of up to $8,000 can be to your bottom line.Here's the basics:Qualified 2009 and 2010 first-time home buyers can get up to 10% of the home's purchase price or a maximum of $8,000. In November 2009, legislation extended a tax credit of up to $6,500 (or up 10% of the home's purchase price) to long-time residents of the same p...
By Karl Peidl, Accredited Loan Consultant
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New FHA Lending Policies Recently, the Federal Housing Administration (FHA) announced some lending changes. If you or someone you know is considering an FHA loan, some of these changes may affect you. Here's a brief rundown of the major changes.Increased mortgage insurance - The mortgage insurance premium (referred to as private mortgage insurance by many people) will be increased from 1.75% to 2.25%. This change will add some cost to purchasing a home, but will not overburden consumers since the mortgage insurance is paid over the life of the loan, rather than upfront at closing.New down payment and credit score requirements - According to the new policy, homebuyers who have a credit score of at least 580 may still be able to purchase a home with 3.5% down, but those with credit score...

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