Here's some real information about the Real Estate Market in New Jersey provided By the NJ Association of Realtors ® :
You can't open up your morning newspaper or turn on the nightly news without being inundated with information and reports about the condition of the housing market. Despite the often generalized and negative news about the national real estate market, New Jersey's continues to offer a number of tremendous opportunities. In fact, the 2007 New Jersey Home Buyer and Seller Profile found that the typical seller has lived in their home 7 years. A June 2008 report issued by the NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF REALTORS® (NAR) found that within those seven years the typical New Jersey homeowner will have accumulated nearly $156,300 in housing equity. It's time to read beyond the headlines. Don't let the negative perceptions surrounding the national real estate marketplace influence you; take a moment and explore the REAL story.
In early June, the New Jersey Association of REALTORS® (NJAR®) launched a public education campaign to provide consumers with accurate information about state and local housing conditions. The campaign encourages people to take a closer look at local market conditions, state or regional economic factors and their own personal circumstances when making a decision about whether right now is the time for them to buy or sell a home.
If you want crucial information that can help you determine your real estate options in today's market, visit www.REALstoryNJ.com.
This current market information is brought to you by Your North Jersey Real Estate Team
Jim Albano and Jean-Marie Vantuno
39 E. Main St.
Little Falls, NJ 07424
973-256-0303 ext 218