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2012 

Our regular readers know that Gil and I are strong proponents of “going green” - living in an environmentally conscientious way to make the world a better place not just for us, but for future generations as well. We recently came across a terrific piece by Lara Edge at HouseLogic, in which she h...
05/31/2012
The housing market is still what we'd call “iffy” at this point, although there are strong signs of recovery here in central New Jersey and around the country. Gil and I were really pleased recently when we read a piece at Keeping Current Matters about the reasons why many signed contracts (some ...
05/31/2012
This week we've been having a discussion based on Keeping Current Matters' discussion of short sales and a lot of the myths surrounding them. Gil and I are committed to helping our friends and neighbors understand the many differences between a short sale and a foreclosure. We began with a defini...
05/25/2012
 Yesterday we began what we're hoping will be a dialogue with you, based on Keeping Current Matters' discussion of short sales and a lot of the myths surrounding them. Gil and I believe this is a critically timely issue, because so many people really don't know the many differences between a shor...
05/24/2012
Recently, the folks at Keeping Current Matters discussed a topic that Gil and I feel is really important, so we decided to make it the focus of our blogs this week. A lot of folks don't know the difference between a short sale and a foreclosure – and the differences are many. We're going to talk ...
05/23/2012
This week, we've been talking about quick tips for spring cleaning. Summer is right around the corner, and you'll want to spend as much time as possible outdoors, enjoying our central New Jersey sunshine. But nobody wants to close out a fun day of playing by coming into a house that's less than f...
05/18/2012
Yesterday, we began a discussion providing tips for spring cleaning. As someone pointed out, we're already about a month from the official beginning of summer. They're right! But a lot of us (Gil and I included!) have been dragging our feet, and we decided that there must be others like us here i...
05/17/2012
You may have been delaying the inevitable, but the time has come to give your house a top-to-bottom spring cleaning. If you're selling your home, it's essential; if you're not, it's still a critical task! There's no better end to a day spent outdoors in the sunshine than coming in to a house that...
05/16/2012
We've often discussed the difference between the cost and the price of buying a home. Price is clearly a critical piece of the overall cost. But what about available financing? Well, we agree with the folks at Keeping Current Matters; available financing is the other crucial piece. Right now, th...
05/04/2012
Now that spring is well underway, Gil and I would like to welcome all of our fellow central New Jersey home owners back to our blog after a brief hiatus. We've got a new schedule – we'll be posting every Wednesday, Thursday and Friday – so be sure to bookmark us and come back frequently! Whether...
05/02/2012
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