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160 Highfield Lane & ON3

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I’m very excited about my newest exclusive & extraordinary listing.  160 Highfield Lane is a beautifully renovated side hall colonial with a killer kitchen, marvelous master suite and is bursting with so many fine details.  Get a look at some of the beautiful images in the home’s stylish link directly below.

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Nutley is becoming a hot destination as nearby Montclair and Glen Ridge prices have exploded in the last few years.  Highfield Lane is part of the old Satterthwaite estate with gorgeous, wide, tree-lined streets that look like they could be in Montclair or Glen Ridge.  Nutley has a fun, small-town vibe with a walkable, centralized business district and it’s located close to transportation and entertainment  (New York is a super easy commute)  The town is poised for more growth as the old Hoffman-LaRoche industrial campus is being renovated for both high profile and smaller businesses that are bringing jobs.

One of which is Modern Meadow, a biotech company that produces “animal-free leather” from living cells. Check this link for more info about what new businesses are coming here  ON3 – Nutley’s new scene

Contact me at 201 600 8141 if you’d like to get a look

You can also use this link which is more real estate oriented 160highfield

 

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Spring Market Heats Up

Please look at what’s going on in New Jersey’s bedroom communities 🙂   Homes going under contract in the month of March for South Orange have doubled from 2011 to 2013.  The vast majority of the other towns listed below have also shown significant gains.

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More confidence in the economy, low prices and low interest rates have finally pushed buyers back into the market.  A lack of inventory is making for bidding wars on the best homes and shorter selling times for other homes.  Its April and if you’re thinking of selling, now’s a great time to do so.

Area Real Estate Sales Figures (4q & full year 2011)

Here are the 4th quarter and full year end 2011 real estate figures for our area.

A dip in the number of 4th quarter sales is usually seasonal.  The major dip in sales price and list price in the 4th quarter is more than a seasonal dip.  Home prices have dropped yet again but we’re hoping to stabilize and begin the slow climb back in 2012.

Area Sales for the full year 2010

Here are the sales numbers for the year  2010 in Suburban Essex and Northern Union counties.   Buyers are returning as the number of sales (sold listings) increased over 2009 figures for the following towns: South Orange, Maplewood, Millburn, Montclair and Summit.  The towns closest to the train lines are feeling the recovery before the others (figures from Garden State MLS).

Please call me if you’ve got any questions about these figures or would like a complimentary CMA (comparative market analysis) done for your home.


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