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Types of Property Deeds: Warranty, Grant, and Quitclaim. By Elizabeth Weintraub
Property deeds are legal instruments that assign ownership of real estate and transfer title to land and its improvements such as a house. Words used to convey property transfer can include grant, assign, convey or warrant, but they basically all do the same thing: They transfer the interest of the person relinquishing or selling the house to the person who's ...Read more...
11 Ways to Save for a Down Payment. By Laura Mueller
On the path to home ownership, few tasks seem more insurmountable than having to save for a down payment. The median asking price for U.S. housing in 2018 was just over $206,000, according to data from the U.S. Census Bureau. For that price, competitive buyers are expected to put down between $20,600 and $41,200—no small chunk of change for most people. Stagnant wages and student loan debt have made it more difficult than ever before to save for a down payment, but plenty of ...Read more...
A Checklist for Home Inspections. By Maryalene LaPonsie
Even in a seller's market, smart homebuyers aren't going to make a purchase without having a property professionally inspected first. "Today's buyers are really very savvy," says Robin Kencel, associate broker with the Robin Kencel Group of Compass Real Estate in Greenwich, Connecticut. That's why it's important for sellers to know where their house may fall short of a buyer's expectations. "The more we can head off anything that can...Read more....
Why Buying & Moving to a New Home Is So Expensive. By Marian White
Just when you thought your down payment was the last big check leaving your bank account, you’re hit with more fees at the end of the home buying process. From closings costs to moving expenses, the amount of money often required to actually buy and move to a new home can be downright staggering. Purchasing a new home is only half the battle. The other half is figuring out how to...Read more...
Want to Buy a Home? Here’s Why You Should Establish Good Credit First. By Marian White
Hoping to buy a home? You’ll likely need a strong credit score first. Establishing good credit is crucial to building a solid financial foundation in your everyday life. Without it, banks likely won’t lend you the loans necessary for... Read more....
Ready to Buy? Advice for First-Time Homebuyers. By Laura Mueller
Buying a home can be a tricky process. For first-time homebuyers, it may seem like the most complicated aspect of a home purchase is finding the perfect property, but that’s really only half the equation (and the fun half, at that). There’s a lot to manage on the .... Read more....
What’s More Important: The Size of a Home or Its Location? By Marian White
When it comes to purchasing a home, what’s more important: the size or the location? While both are crucial factors, the one that’s most important to you will depend on your specific needs. Realtors will be the first to tell you that it’s all about the “location, location, location.” However, empty nesters looking to downsize and growing families..... Read more....
Condo versus Townhouse: What's the Difference? By Laura Mueller
There are so many decisions you have to make when buying a home. From location to price to whether or not a horribly outdated kitchen is a dealbreaker, you’ll be forced to consider a lot of factors on your path to homeownership. One of the most important ones: what type of home do you want to live in? Read more...
Tips for Winning a Bidding War on a House You Really Want. By Laura Mueller
Ever found that perfect house only to get out-bid on your offer? In seller’s markets, when demand is high and inventory is low, buyers often have to go above and beyond to make sure their offer stands out from the competition. Sometimes, multiple buyers vying for the same property can end up in a bidding war, both parties trying to sweeten the deal just enough to edge out the other. And while there’s no..... Read more....
10 Things to Do the Week Before Listing a Home for Sale. By Laura Mueller
If your home is about to go live on the market, you’re probably feeling a mix of nervousness and excitement—and possibly a bit of stress about whether you will sell quickly. Selling your home is as much as a mental exercise as it is a real estate transaction, and it’s totally normal to be facing a bit of jitters. On the bright side, there is plenty that you can do in the week before listing a home for sale that can help ease your mind, and that may even help your home get under contract faster. Read more...
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Just as our domain name implies, our efforts are all about helping Buyers and Sellers in Gloucester County and the adjoining counties of Salem and Camden. These 3 different counties are unique by themselves, but also provide a great way to live in Southern New Jersey - especially if you happen to be working in the Philadelphia area of PA. Salem County happens to be very rural, yet adjacent to the Delaware River for either working in Delaware of Philadelphia. Camden County is just outside Philadelphia and will have more stores and population. Gloucester County is a great mix of both - rural yet plenty of stores and developments with new or old neighborhoods.
We know your home you are selling or the home you wish to purchase is the single most important physical asset to you. Because of that, we are providing as much information as possible for you on our Website. We will have school info, local community info and various other sources of information for you to read before you even leave your current home!
Each County will have it's own page of information about the county itself, plus all available homes will be readily available for you to search at your leisure. We will be showing developments, communities, new homes and; of course, resales.
Foreclosure homes will also be listed; but unfortunately, those lists are frequently very obsolete.
We hope you enjoy using our site SNJRealEstate - we are serious about helping Buyers and Sellers find each other. Our website is designed to provide as much data as possible so whatever your decision is - you will make the best decision about Buying or Selling. If you think of something we should feature, please select the link below to let me know.
Gloucester County is just below Camden County, along the Delaware River with easy access to Philadelphia and all major roadways to Delaware, as well.
It is becoming more and more popular since everyone realized you can have a great rural setting, yet easy travel within the county itself or to NYC, Delaware, Baltimore or Atlantic City. Many of the towns within Gloucester County still have that great traditional small town feel, yet provide excellent housing opportunities for large or small families.
Salem County is still well preserved as a rural area. Yes, it is developing as the demands for Real Estate grow in Southern NJ, but many of its towns and communities are still rural and provide that wonderful small town feel. Please go to our Salem County page for specific information about all the great communities that Salem County has to offer.
Camden County is directly opposite Center City Philadelphia and has been the "Bedroom Community" for Philadelphia for years. The High Speed Rail line has easy access points throughout the County with a direct commute to Philadelphia.
It's home to Cherry Hill Mall - the first enclosed Mall in the United States. The NJ Turnpike and I-295 provide excellent access points to all parts of NJ, NY, PA and south to Delaware and Maryland.