I’m really not a huge fan of the letters to start. Let’s just present a strong offer and leave the negotiating to me. I know sellers sometimes like to know who will be buying their beloved home. But, they shouldn’t. First of all, it’s none of their business. Buyers do not need to know about the people selling the house. Sellers should expect the same. Furthermore, both the buyer and the buyers agent may be subject to a $10,000 fine! Read why…
The rate of U.S. home price increases is decelerating, and the home-price slowdown is a mixed bag. Read more here.
Selling your home? A few classic — and relatively inexpensive — changes can make a big difference when it comes to how much you’re able to collect from potential buyers. If you want maximum effect for maximum profit, these six strategic upgrades will give you the biggest return on your investment: See the list here.
In the heart of the Littlebrook section of Princeton, this center-hall colonial sits at the end of a cul-de-sac in beautiful and peaceful tranquility. Four bedrooms and 3 full bathrooms, with renovated and updated kitchen and baths. This is a must see and is sure to move very quickly. See more here.
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This impressive, generously proportioned home has been totally transformed from what it once was 50 years ago to a light, bright, up-to-date residence with a wealth of notable features. Although most will be attracted to the beauty of the rooms, many with Brazilian Koa wood flooring, the systems are equally appealing and include a 2008 Geothermal heating and cooling system, new roof and siding, all new 300 Amp electric service, upgraded lighting and tilt-in windows for easy cleaning. There’s even an in-ground pool. Princeton address without the Princeton price tag. Take a closer look Here.
The top-to-bottom restoration of the historic Higgins House was a labor of love lasting nearly 4 years. Now, the rambling red structure, which stands at Franklin Township’s edge welcoming all to the charming village of Kingston, is as solid and handsome as it was in 1709. Original woodwork and wide-plank pine floors are in lovely condition. Missing lengths of molding were perfectly matched and elegant archways recreated. Hand-hewn beams, some whitewashed and others still showing their bark, span ceilings upstairs and in the transformed basement. Currently a thriving day spa and yoga studio, the main building dons warm colors, with a sound system and 4 fireplaces, all converted to gas, enhancing the palpable ambiance. The upper level has treatment rooms ranging in size, while the main level has larger spaces for reception and exercise. High-end locker rooms are located below. Lush plantings and a second annex building, still in renovation, shroud a Zen garden with sauna and 4 cedar soaking tubs open to the stars. Take a closer look here!
You’ve heard the old saying – “Location, Location, Location.”
The real truth is “Location, Condition, and Price.” And price trumps every other factor.