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North/East Facing, Sunny & Spacious 2735 SF 5 bedroom, 2 ½ bathroom expanded Colonial located on a cul-de-sac. Park like yard backing and siding...
Ranch style home in Lawrence Township. Property in need of Total rehab! Attention all buyers, flippers, investors or builders, this is a project that...
This lovely home has large rooms with many updates. Beautiful, newer hardwood floors on the second level, and two large bedrooms (one with and a full...
Situated on a magnificent lot & perfectly maintained by the original owner, this East Facing, wonderful colonial has many updates to boast....
Exterior Front
2017 custom built home with over $80,000.00 in builder upgrades, home was built for the builder himself! Estimated Taxes should be 6500 This unique...
Stunning home with open architecture and quality construction. Spacious kitchen with center island breakfast bar, abundance of cabinets, granite top...
Exterior Front
11 Year old estate property located off a private driveway next to Jasna Polana Country Club with over 2 Acres of land. Custom Colonial with a gated...
Front Yard
Not to be missed! Stunning colonial with new roof and kitchen. Updated baths, CAC, Furnace, HWH, Laminate Flooring and Carpeting. 22x15 Family Room,...

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Buying a Condominium or a Townhouse, What’s The Difference?

The main difference between condominium and townhouse is ownership and not style.  Condominium ownership is basically from the drywall or paint on the walls in.  Townhouse ownership includes typically exterior walls, roof and a parcel of land.  When investigating tax records, land ownership for condominium will typically have”common” and “townhouse” will have a lot stated, such as 20 x 80.

Does this matter from a home buyers perspective?  Yes it does.  Potential homebuyers should ask several questions before buying.

Real Estate Markets Are Changing Again, So How To Price Your Home?

Great news, most areas are seeing home price increases.  How should a typical homeowner set the price to take advantage of the current market? 

In our office last week we listed 5 properties.  Four are under contract and one is still available.  Let’s examine the four sales.  Three homes sold close to asking price.  These properties were priced competitively and the local market responded to a bump in prices from previous sales.  The fourth property was priced slightly under the current market.  This sale had multiple offers and sold about 8% above the listing price. 

Pricing is still everything!  The one property that is still active, what went wrong? 

Should the Owner Stay During Showings?

When selling your own home, it is a natural reaction to want to be home to help with the showing.  After all, who knows their home best? 

The seller can talk about all the best features like his son’s airplane collection, the swing set that his kids used for years, the above-ground pool that covered up the hole from the underground tank removal…. Then the buyer stops in mid-stride. “Excuse me, what was that about an underground tank?”  Seller replies:  “Oh, we thought it was a problem but had it checked out and it was no big deal – just forget about it.”

What the home seller just did, in a friendly sharing of information, is brought up a big red flag in the buyer’s mind.  They will now walk out of that home with more questions than they should have at this point in the process. Everything should absolutely be disclosed, but at the proper time and in the proper format. 

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