Wyckoff, NJ Real Estate News

By Pamela STETSON, I would love to help you buy or sell your home!
(Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices Abbott Realtors)
 While wandering through Wyckoff --- only 7 square miles and is within 27 miles of mid-town Manahatten. It was first settled in the early 18th Century. The town name, a combination of words derived from the Indian word for high ground "wickoff" or "wickok" which means water. The population is approximately 16,500 residents. The town features many types of beautiful homes featuring a blend of old and new all set on neatly measured lots which adds to the appeal of this small suburban town. Dutch Colonials, wonderful capes and sprawling center halls are amongst the featured architectural styles within the neighborhoods. Wyckoff offers an abundance of parks and recreational activities for all its residents. Whether it's games that engender competition, the serenity of a woodchip nature trai...
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By Pamela STETSON, I would love to help you buy or sell your home!
(Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices Abbott Realtors)
Wyckoff is a beautiful community in Northwest Bergen County that is only 7 square miles and is within 27 miles of mid-town Manahatten. It was first settled in the early 18th Century. The town name, a combination of words derived from the Indian word for high ground "wickoff" or "wickok" which means water. The population is approximately 16,500 residents. The town features many types of beautiful homes featuring a blend of old and new all set on neatly measured lots which adds to the appeal of this small suburban town. Dutch Colonials, wonderful capes and sprawling center halls are amongst the featured architectural styles within the neighborhoods. Wyckoff offers an abundance of parks and recreational activities for all its residents. Whether it's games that engender competition, the ser...
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By Sal Poliandro - Helping People Win, Broker Associate
(RE/MAX Properties)
I am sorry to report that due to inclement weather the 2007 Wyckoff Annual Halloween Parade has been cancelled. We look forward to this event each year and are disappointed that the weather didn't hold up. Hopefully the weather situation will improve so that all the children will be able to trick or treat this Wednesday.  
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By Sal Poliandro - Helping People Win, Broker Associate
(RE/MAX Properties)
Wyckoff will be celebrating Halloween early this year with a Halloween parade on Saturday October 27, 2007. There will be prizes for the best costumes (I will be participating as a judge). Don't worry I'm not allowed to judge the costumes in my children's age group :). Following the parade the children will be able to trick or treat at local businesses. One more way we promote safety for our children.  
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By Sal Poliandro - Helping People Win, Broker Associate
(RE/MAX Properties)
Wyckoff Town Hall will be closed on Monday, October 8, 2007 for Columbus Day. The municipal offices will reopen on Tuesday, October 9, 2007 at 9:00 a.m. The Recycling Center will also be closed on Monday, October 8, 2007 for Columbus Day.  The Recycling Center will reopen on Tuesday, October 9, 2007 at 9:00 a.m. There is no change in curbside garbage because of the Columbus Day Holiday.  There will be no Recycling Collection on Monday, October 9.  There will be a Special Recycling Pickup on Wednesday, October 10, 2007 for Districts 2 & 6.. The Wyckoff Public Library will be open from 10:00 a.m. to 9 p.m. on Columbus Day, Monday, October 8, 2007   Courtesy http://www.wyckoff-nj.com 
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By Sal Poliandro - Helping People Win, Broker Associate
(RE/MAX Properties)
      Since its first settlement in the early 18th Century and eventual incorporation in 1926, Wyckoff, New Jersey has developed into a lovely tree-lined residential community of approximately 16,000 residents. The Township of Wyckoff comprises seven square miles and is only 27 miles from New York City. Located in Northwest Bergen County, midway between Saddle River and the Ramapo Valley, the Township of Wyckoff was originally inhabited by the Lenape Indians. In 1720, the first settlers were recorded as John and William Van Voor Haze. There is reason to believe that the name Wyckoff is a derivation of the Indian word "wickoff" meaning high ground or "wickok" meaning water. The Township was the site of the Sicomac "happy hunting ground" where many of the Lenape, including Oratam, Chief o...
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By Sal Poliandro - Helping People Win, Broker Associate
(RE/MAX Properties)
As of today July 30, 2007 There are currently 111 active listings in Wyckoff. There are 34 properties under contract. From 4/30/2007 to 7/30/2007 there were 46 properties sold. Simply put we are looking at approximately 7.5 months worth of inventory.  A year ago today There were 124 active listings in Wyckoff.There were 60 properties under contract.From 4/30/2006 to 7/30/2006 there were 48 properties sold. Approximately 8 months worth of inventory.   I believe we are in a better position than a year ago, however 7.5 months of inventory is still a lot of homes.   Wyckoff Real Estate Market UpdatePresented by Sal & Dawn Poliandro201-259-2187 www.SalAndDawn.com  Statistics taken from New Jersey Multiple Listing Service
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