Real Estate

June 18, 2021

NEW JERSEY — In an effort to encourage the revitalization of vacant properties statewide, the New Jersey Economic Development Authority (NJEDA) will award 15 grants worth up to $50,000 each to eligible towns, counties, and redevelopment agencies. The NJEDA opened applications for its 21st ...

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NEW JERSEY -- A new study by WalletHub ranks New Jersey as the Best State to Live In. The annual listing gave the Garden State high ranks for safety, education and healthcare, and quality of life. It ranked 49th in affordability, however. New Jersey edged Massachusetts for the top spot, while ...

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NUTLEY, NJ — The township's storied Ciccolini building was deemed an 'unsafe structure' this week by the local code department. According to Township of Nutley Mayor Mauro Tucci, demolition cannot begin until it is approved by the insurance company. On Wednesday, the building suffered a partial ...

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NUTLEY, NJ - As details regarding Tuesday's partial collapse of the Ciccolini building emerge, residents seek answers regarding why the building was purchased by the Township of Nutley, and what the future holds for the structure.  Paul Cafone, Deputy Fire Chief of the Nutley Fire Department, ...

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The Essex County Board of Taxation has ordered the Township of Nutley to revalue all real estate for the 2022 tax year to ensure uniform and equitable assessments. The Township has contracted Appraisal Systems, Inc. to conduct the revaluation program.  You will be notified by postcard when an ...

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NEWARK, NJ — Charlene Spann was moved to tears standing outside her new home on South 10th Street that she and her family will have all to themselves after years of renting, an opportunity made possible through Invest Newark’s Section 8 Homeownership Conversion Program.   “It’s all theirs. It ...

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NEW JERSEY — A dramatic decline in housing inventory contributed to a 20% increase in single-family home prices statewide compared to 2020, according to April data recently released by New Jersey Realtors. The rapid price increase follows predictions last month from real estate experts who told ...

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NEWARK, NJ – Plans to turn the former Newark Bears and Eagles Riverfront Stadium site into a thriving hub for residential, retail and small business spaces are beginning to make headway under its new developer.  Just one month after the Newark City Council amended a redevelopment agreement for ...

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NEWARK, NJ — Two new education and research centers will be coming to New Jersey Institute of Technology with a curriculum focused on real estate and entrepreneurship thanks to what the school called a "historic gift" from The Paul V. Profeta Foundation, Inc.  Paul V. Profeta, president of the ...

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LIVINGSTON, NJ — Prior to opening the public hearings for three ordinances related to affordable housing within the Township of Livingston on Monday, the Livingston Township Council invited its legal representative, Gary Hall, to further clarify the process for satisfying the affordable-housing ...

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NEWARK, NJ — Newark’s financially burdened homeowners who face a looming eviction moratorium expected to end this June can seek help and information during a virtual seminar hosted by nonprofit United Community Corporation this month. The free virtual seminar’s goal will emphasize options ...

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NUTLEY, NJ — A resident questioned Ciccolini and Diamond Springs properties and a resolution passed to match funding by 50 percent to Nutley Library’s HVAC replacement during the Tuesday, April 20 Nutley Board of Commissioners public meeting. Announcements Public Works Commissioner ...

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NEW JERSEY - While the rest of the state economy slowly returns to pre-pandemic levels, the New Jersey real estate market reportedly experienced “a year we’ve not seen before” with no immediate signs of slowing. Two state real estate experts with national credentials participated in a TAPinto ...

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NUTLEY, NJ - The Township of Nutley Zoning Board of Adjustment is scheduled to review a code interpretation regarding the property at 275 Kingsland St. The property is being considered for a warehouse and truck terminal.  The item on the Township of Nutley Zoning Board of Adjustment agenda ...

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NEW JERSEY - While the rest of the state economy slowly returns to pre-pandemic levels, the New Jersey real estate market reportedly experienced “a year we’ve not seen before” with no immediate signs of slowing. Two state real estate experts with national credentials participated in a TAPinto ...

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NEW JERSEY - With many people working from home and other effects of the coronavirus pandemic, the real estate market in New Jersey has been red hot. What is the current state of the market now and what might the future hold? In light of these questions, TAPinto has launched its second signature ...

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Housing campaigners still predict surging evictions when Murphy’s moratorium ends, even after more help from Washington. Special to TAPinto.net. This story was written and produced by NJ Spotlight. It is being republished under a special NJ News Commons content-sharing agreement related to ...

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TRENTON, NJ -- With the threat of foreclosures looming across the state and country because of the economic downturn, Governor Phil Murphy recently signed a new law that provides direct assistance to those faced with losing their home. The measure, sponsored by Senator Troy Singleton ...

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NEW JERSEY—Traditionally, a very cold January would have dampened prospectors looking for New Jersey homes, but according to New Jersey Realtors January market data, it seems like nothing can stop the pandemic push for properties. Inventory, while customarily on the lower end during the winter, ...

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MONTCLAIR, NJ - The Montclair Township Council heard an earful over rent control in public comment at its March 2 conference meeting – which was to be expected, thanks to the unexpected turn on the issue.  Judge Jeffrey Beacham reversed his earlier decision on the township’s rent-control ordinance, ...

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SOUTH ORANGE, NJ — Local architect Bill MacIntosh will present a plan for preserving the pre-Revolutionary era Squier House from demolition at the South Orange Board of Trustee meeting. The public portion of the meeting will begin with Macintosh’s presentation at 7:15 p.m. The public is welcome to ...

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But a major increase in the take from transfer-inheritance tax may reflect the human cost of the health crisis. This story was written and produced by NJ Spotlight. It is being republished under a special NJ News Commons content-sharing agreement related to COVID-19 coverage. To read more, ...

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BARNEGAT, NJ – Well-known developer Chris Vernon knew the objections before he began clearing the land on West Bay Avenue. He plans to change perceptions when he invites neighbors to visit the project’s first model unit in May. The Barnegat Planning Board approved Phase 1 of Vernon’s The ...

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BLOOMFIELD, NJ- This open house, 44 Thomas Street in Bloomfield, is scheduled for Sunday, January 31st from 1-4 p.m., features two 2 family houses on the same property.   This is a great opportunity to be an investor or an owner/occupant. The first floor (unit 1) has completely redone baths and ...

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MONTCLAIR, NJ – The Township of Montclair has claimed the victory in a months-long court battle against the Montclair Property Owners Association. According to published reports, Superior Court Judge Jeffrey Beacham has ruled in favor of the Township of Montclair in the Montclair Property ...

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NEW JERSEY – United Van Lines has released the company’s 44th Annual National Migration Study, revealing in 2020, Americans continued to move westbound and southbound – and the COVID-19 pandemic factored into and accelerated many of those decisions to move. According to the study, which tracks ...

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LAKE COMO, NJ — Lake Como is tightening the reins on landlords with rowdy summer renters. It will now take two quality-of-life violations — rather than three — for the seasonal rental property to risk being shut down by the borough. The borough council on December 15 unanimously approved ...

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NUTLEY, NJ - With Church Hill being transformed into parking for staff at John H. Walker Middle School, the Letters to the Editor page of TAPinto Nutley has become the new place to fight for one's cause. In December, readers saw an exchange between the Township of Nutley and Prism, the developers ...

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Although many things are different this holiday season compared to years past, one thing remains the same.  BHHS Van Der Wende Properties is holding their 39th annual Toys For Tots toy drive, and they need your help.  "This year, because so many business are working remote / virtual, there are ...

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NUTLEY, NJ - Did you know relief is available to FREEZE your property taxes? Don’t miss out. The deadline to apply for the Senior Freeze program has been extended to Dec. 31, 2020. Check if you’re eligible today: Senior Freeze (Property Tax Reimbursement)

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