Real Estate

New Jersey

Gov. Chris Christie, address lawmaker's challenge on property tax relief plan

In the Wild West, when you challenged somebody to a duel, you'd be called a coward if you didn't show up.

“Real estate social network” in the works

Larry Vecchio, a real estate agent in Monmouth County N.J., has risen above the domain name wars that have plagued the real estate community, the New York Times reported. While he has purchased over 1,000 domain names for real estate across the country — from HomesinNewJersey.com to HomesinNorthAmerica.com — his aim is not to steal business but to create “the first social media real estate site” for New Jersey.

Should Christie Be Cutting Property Taxes Instead?

Gov. Chris Christie was in a triumphant mood during his State of the State speech as he surveyed his record in "controlling" property taxes.

Seven new projects for Coldwell Banker

Seven "For Sale" and approved new home properties are now available through Coldwell Banker New Homes & Condominiums, one of the nation’s largest award-winning residential brokerage firms. The seven projects range from four to more than 51 acres and are ready for a builder to work in partnership with the owners to create new condominium or townhome collections in Morris, Somerset, Monmouth and Cumberland counties. Prices for the projects range from $1.5 to $37 million for a total of more than $55 million.

Why New Jersey Is Still No. 1 for Property Taxes

JONATHAN BERR See full article from DailyFinance: http://www.dailyfinance.com/story/taxes/why-new-j Daily Finance 09.10.2010
Why New Jersey Is Still No. 1 for Property Taxes

If there is one thing that unifies residents of New Jersey, particularly in these divisive times, it's property taxes: Everybody hates them.

Builder starts Garfield town house development despite tough housing market

At a time when most builders have put down their tools, Pulte Group Inc. has started a 184-unit town house development overlooking the Passaic River in Garfield.

N.J. homeowners challenge property assessments at record pace

Attorney Anthony Marchese, representing the town of Montclair, looks over records. Montclair homeowners are requesting property tax relief in wake of revaluations and the down economy.

Ocean County group to host foreclosure prevention program for professionals

Real estate agents make money on transactions - when houses are bought and sold. So it may seem a bit counter intuitive that the Ocean County Board of Realtors will host a foreclosure prevention program tomorrow for professionals in the industry, potentially blocking transactions.

N.J. warehouse rents falling, real estate group says

Lisa Fleisher The Star-Ledger 22.07.2009

A time of ‘great opportunity’

Evelyn Lee NJBIZ 14.07.2009
N.J. warehouse rents falling, real estate group says

It's getting cheaper for companies to store goods in New Jersey. Asking prices on industrial space in New Jersey is falling, according to a survey from commercial property company CB Richard Ellis. Average rates in New Jersey fell 14 cents to $5.76 per square foot this quarter from last quarter, the group said.

A time of ‘great opportunity’

Longtime Grubb & Ellis executive leaves to open a new office that caters to underserved N.J. market

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