Cherry Hill Schools Launch Mobile ParentLink App

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Have children in Cherry Hill schools and want to keep informed? This new app from the school district may be for you: The ParentLink App  is a portal to all school calendars, with regular updates on events, holidays and important dates. The app also offers direct links to the District Twitter and Facebook accounts, with […]

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NJ Foreclosures up 80% over prior year in January

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While the housing market continues to recover, many homeowners keep struggling to get back on their feet. According to RealtyTrac, the number of New Jersey homes entering foreclosure jumped by nearly 80 percent last month over the previous January: “The monthly increase in January foreclosure activity was somewhat expected after a holiday lull,” Daren Blomquist, vice […]

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A Diamond Or A Down Payment?

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With Valentine’s day approaching this Friday, ERA Real Estate has some interesting survey results looking at whether people in committed relationships would forgo a diamong ring in order to save for a down payment on a home: A recent survey by ERA Real Estate of 1,000 people in committed relationships showed that nearly 50 percent […]

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Back On The Market – 4056 Hermitage Dr in Voorhees

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This beautiful townhouse is back on the market and located in the very desirable Hermitage development. It is the largest end unit model with a 2 car garage and a walk-out finished basement. There is a neutral decor throughout, along with an updated kitchen w/newer granite transformation countertops. There is hardwood flooring, cathedral ceiling and […]

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Celebrate Chinese New Year at Penn Museum

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The Courier Post has a story about the Chinese New Year Celebration at Penn Museum tomorrow: Vow to attend the Penn Museum’s 33rd annual Chinese New Year celebration tomorrow from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Preceding the official Jan. 31 start of the Year of the Horse, the event seeks to inform and entertain, regaling attendees […]

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Celebrating The Year Of The Horse

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The Chinese New Year is the most important traditional Chinese Holiday. It is often called the Lunar New Year.  2014 recognizes the spirit of the year of the horse. The Uwishunu blog had this to say about the new year: In all corners of the city, traditional Chinese performances, educational experiences and food-centric events take […]

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Uptick In Businesses Coming To South Jersey

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The Courier Post ran a story looking at the recent growth of development in South Jersey: Just over a year ago, the Garden State Pavilions in Cherry Hill was a retail wasteland. Times have changed. Burlington Coat Factory led the revitalization of the center; Jo-Ann Fabrics, a martial arts academy and a Sears Outlet followed. […]

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New Listing – 1112 Sea Gull Lane in Cherry Hill

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You can move right in to this beautiful 4 bedroom, 2.5 bath home with 2 car garage and finished basement. Everything has been updated. The home has a lovely living room & dining room with hardwood flooring & crown molding. Custom gourmet kitchen has beautiful cabinetry, granite tops, SS appliances, built in desk, large breakfast […]

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Energy Tips To Save Money

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As we start the new year, here are the top 10 tips from Littlejohn and Go! (Green Opportunities), a non-profit organization in Asheville, NC: Turn off the lights in occupied rooms Replace incandescents with fluorescents Adjust that thermostat when you’re away or when you sleep (by 10 degrees) Dry clothes outside Pull your charger out […]

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Bringing Christmas Cheer To Children In Camden

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On Friday morning in Camden, Anne Koons and many local businesses helped hold a Christmas party for 160 children at St. Anthony of Padua School. Thanks to the support from Shoprite of Cherry Hill, Crazy Susan Cookies, Wawa, Dunkin Donuts, Classic Cake who donated food for the event. Santa joined the event and helped distribute […]

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Beautiful Contemporary Home For Sale: 1210 Champlain Dr. in Voorhees

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1204 champlainThe owner is relocating and the great new price on this townhouse is $264,900. It is a beautiful 3 bedroom 2.5 bath contemporary end unit with a 2 car garage located in the desirable Lakes at Alluvium.

An open floor plan, cathedral ceilings and plenty of windows are just a few of the many attributes of this home. There is a great room with large living and dining areas, family room with gas fireplace along with an eat in kitchen with sliders to the patio and yard that backs up to woods for privacy.

The Home has a master bedroom with deck, walk in closet and private master bath. There are 2 additional bedrooms both with walk in closets that share the hall bath and a 2nd floor laundry. This home has a large utility room for extra storage newer heating system.  

If you want more information or to schedule a visit yourself, either fill out our contact form by clicking here or call Anne at (856) 795-4709 or (856) 428-8000 X-142. If you want to learn more about the neighborhood where this home is located in Voorhees, click below: 



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Things To Do In Philadelphia: Callowhill Neighborhood

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Visit Philly is trying to promote the 14 different neighborhoods surrounding Center City Philadelphia. Their goal is to promote the dining, shopping, arts, nightlife, events and more within Philly’s many exciting neighborhoods.

Here’s what they say about the Callowhill Neighborhood overall:

A stylish-yet-still-transforming neighborhood, Callowhill has been dubbed the “Loft District” by real estate developers and “The Eraser ’Hood” by locals referencing the once-dark landscape that inspired former resident David Lynch’s cult classic Eraserhead.

Really, the neighborhood’s reality is somewhere in between these two extremes, with both expansive loft spaces occupied by young professionals and gritty rock clubs populated by an edgy urban crowd.

Bisecting the neighborhood are the distinct elevated train tracks of the dormant Reading Railroad, which many residents are hoping to turn into a public park in the vein of New York City’s High Line, promising further development and creative activity in this burgeoning district.

You can learn more about some of the restaurants, bars, clubs, culture and galleries by clicking here.

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