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Gloucester County NJ, settled for February 2008 - 03/15/08 10:33 PM
This is for 3-5 bedroom homes. For Gloucester County this report to shows much promise in the market. 107 Homes Settled for the month of February of which the average list price was $278327.49 (total $29,502,713) and the average settled price was $268,275.31. for a total of $28,437,183. Only 38 sellers gave concessions. The high selling price was $815500. The low selling price was $70,000. There were 4- five bedrooms, 50- four bedrooms and 52- three bedrooms. raw data from TReND. Information deemed reliable but not guaranteed.
Dave Sulvetta REATOR-AssociateCentury 21 HearstCamden County Real Estate, Gloucester County Real Estate, Burlington County Real Estate http://www.davesulvetta.comhttp://www.camdencountyrealestatenews.comemail; email@example.com (2 comments)
Homes that SETTLED in the month of February for Camden County NJ - 03/15/08 10:06 PM
Camden County settled/sold Report for the month of Feb 2008 WOW! The market is perking up! 192 homes settled in the month of February for Camden County and of all these homes the average LIST price was $253, 682.05 for a total of $48,453,271.00 WOW! The average SOLD price drops to $243,491.48. Now, you may think that's a significant drop in price however the interesting point I will show you is, there were PRICE INCREASES! The average gross amount settled for the month of February was $46,506.872! GREAT NEWS! Of all the homes that settled last month (192 of them) only 74 sellers gave concessions. There (0 comments)
Exploring the Tax Benefits of Owning your Own Home - 03/15/08 05:56 PM
If you're ready both financially and mentally, the values of homeownership greatly outweigh the risks and worries. First, I am going to take a moment to talk about the most common rewards of homeownership. I am an investor (and a REALTOR®) and I buy real estate and keep it, so I am a landlord. One of the best things about homeownership is that fact that you own your home and you don't need to worry about paying rent which NEVER gets credited to you. When you pay rent, you never build equity and building equity is like money in the bank! Let's (0 comments)
Real Estate and The Internet-Perfect Together..Here is PROOF - 03/13/08 01:31 PM
Century21 Launches First Housing Channel on YouTube!!! This is only the begining of this great marketing channel and its proof to everyone buying and selling that the internet is extrememly powerful! Give this a read folks! http://www.obsnews.com/news/century-21-real-estate-llc-launches-housing-industrys-first-branded-youtube-channel-263.html Dave Sulvetta REALTOR-Associate Century 21 firstname.lastname@example.org (4 comments)
Selling your Home in a Down Market - 03/13/08 12:27 PM
I hope you will find that the following paragraphs will aid you in effectively selling your house in a down market. First A "DOWN MARKET"- My meaning of this is when there are more homes on the market for sale then there are buyers... NOT ALL MARKETS ARE CREATED EQUAL! Consult your REALTOR® These are some of the points I go over with all my clients that are listing their homes. I try to get the most money I can for them, but some of the following steps (if not all), are critical to achieve this goal. PRICE THE HOME CORRECTLY- THE FIRST TIME. (0 comments)
What to Expect From Your REALTOR® and Why You need One - 03/11/08 02:15 PM
First, I would like to say that all people that sell real estate are not REALTORS®. The term REALTOR® is a registered trademark of the National Association of REALTORS® in which identifies its member whom is therefore trained in the NAR's strictly enforced code of ethics. When buying and selling a home, it is important to do business with a REALTOR®, then it is clear that this person should follow these codes of ethics they were taught and vowed to follow. All you need to do is ASK the agent if they are a REALTOR®. The following is what you should expect (1 comments)
A BAD MLS photo is as BAD as NO MLS Photo - 03/06/08 01:38 PM
I'm not sure why I am still seeing some realtors submitting pictures to their MLS that are absolutely horrible. In this competitive market we are in, some people in our profession are just taking for granted the fact the we owe our clients the time and effort to take GREAT pictures of their property, whether it is simply land, a small condo or a large mansion, when we sign the agreement, it is an agreement to do our best to market, expose, compliment and sell the property. Yesterday, I was looking through the REAL ESTATE BOOK, and I see a $495,000 (7 comments)
Author Bio: Dave is a full time professional Realtor who covers Gloucester, Camden and Burlington County NJ. He is always looking for ways to give his listings the edge. With an unrivaled background in internet marketing, technology and photography- all of these help get his listings noticed. It is no accident or coincidence that Dave is an expert photographer, learning quickly that a home photographed properly will give his client’s a strong edge over the competition.
He is constantly learning and working on new ways to market his listings assuring that his clients will benefit from a strong and proven internet presence. Dave is consistently in the top 25 of all RE/MAX Agents in the State of NJ.
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