Survey Finds More Renters Want To Own

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It’s the age old question, do you rent or buy? A new survey says that many renters would prefer to own a property. From RealtyGoddess: “Home ownership matters to Americans who consistently realize the many benefits it provides to communities, families, and the nation’s economy,” says NAR President Gary Thomas. “Due to high housing affordability […]

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Tips For Choosing Your New Roof

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Is it time to put a new roome on your home? If you’re not sure where to begin, Yahoo Homes offers tips for choosing your new roof: Whether you are building from scratch or choosing a new roof for your existing home, a wide range of materials are readily available and worthy of consideration. These […]

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Builder Optimism At Highest Rate Since 2006

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According to the National Association of Home Builders: Builder confidence in the market for newly built, single-family homes rose six points to 57 on the National Association of Home Builders/Wells Fargo Housing Market Index (HMI) for July… the index’s third consecutive monthly gain and its strongest reading since January of 2006. Here’s more from their […]

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Be Smart When Watering Your Lawn

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You want a beautiful lawn to go with your home. It’s the first thing visitors see when they arrive.  But do you know the best times to water? From MSN Real Estate: The a.m. is the best time to water the lawn because the air is cooler and there’s usually not much wind to blow […]

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Price Reduced – 287 Chestnut Ave in Marlton

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This immaculate contemporary home is nestled down a winding drive on 3.5 acres of wooded splender. The price has been reduced to $599,000. A 2 Story foyer greets you as you enter this open floor plan perfect for entertaining. There is a Formal Dining Room, Sunken Great Room, Gaming Room and Study all with Hardwood […]

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Numbers show the housing market has caught fire

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Check out this story from yesterday’s Philadelphia Inquirer on the state of the housing market: For a batting average, the real estate market couldn’t be swinging much better.Trulia , the San Francisco real estate online marketplace, reported last week that real estate asking prices have risen in 99 out of 100 major U.S. markets. Overall, U.S. homeowner […]

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Don’t forget to plan for closing costs

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Over at the RealtyGoddess Blog, she reminds potential buyers not to forget to budget for the closing costs that come along with your home purchase. Closing costs simply refer to the fees associated with various things associated with the escrow process in a real estate transaction. In the excitement of having an offer accepted for […]

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Historic Home For Sale In Wenonah

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Located on over 4.7 acres of lush grounds, this historic home features 10’ ceilings, original Mahogany mill work, stained glass windows and gleaming hardwood floors are just a few of the custom features. A grand main entrance sets the tone for this graceful home, along with living room, dining room and music room all with […]

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Catch Independence Day Fireworks Around South Jersey

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Are you looking for something to do with your family over the 4th of July holiday week? BestofNJ.com has put together a list of fireworks and activities throughout South Jersey by town and date: Saturday, June 29, 2013 Medford’s 2013 Independence Day Celebration & Fireworks Display will be held at Freedom Park in Medford Township on […]

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Before You Choose A Neighborhood For Your Next Home…

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When evaluating a neighborhood you should investigate local conditions. Depending on your own particular needs and tastes, some of the following factors may be more important considerations than others: quality of schools property values traffic crime rate future construction proximity to schools, employment, hospitals, shops, public transportation, prisons, freeways, airports, beaches, parks, stadiums and cultural […]

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