Real Estate Top Stories

February 6, 2019

WEST ORANGE, NJ — After 90 minutes of deliberating in closed session with members of the West Orange Township Council, Mayor Robert Parisi surprised the public at Tuesday night’s public meeting when he announced the township’s intention to purchase Rock Spring Country Club. His proclamation ...

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TRENTON, NJ – In 2016, 53 people in New Jersey loss their lives in a fire and another 239 sustained injuries from deadly blazes. Legislation sponsored by state Assembly members Annette Quijano, Joe Danielsen and Annette Chaparro hopes to prevent such deaths and injuries as part of the “New Home ...

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CALDWELL, NJ — In response to the news that the owner of the residence located at 30 Smull Avenue in Caldwell has applied to have the structure torn down, many area residents as well as Preservation New Jersey (PNJ) have expressed disapproval, claiming it to be an important part of the borough’s ...

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NUTLEY, NJ - Nutley Commissioner Mauro Tucci presented his White Paper on "The Effect of Multi-Family Housing on Nutley NJ" at the Jan. 15 Board of Commissioner Meeting.  The paper was the result of collaborative reseach from Nutley's five municipal departments and the Board of ...

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NEWARK, NJ - The new owners of three massive Gateway Center buildings plan to reinvent the skyway leading to Newark Penn Station, ROI-NJ and other media outlets have reported. An announcement about Onyx Equities, Garrison Investment Group, Axonic Capital and Taconic Capital Advisors entering ...

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ROSELLE, NJ – When it comes to finding the right community to settle down and buy a home, more families are choosing Roselle, says Borough Officials.  Within the past 18 months, borough officials said they have noticed a spike in property values and a reduction in available housing stock. “I ...

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BERNARDS, NJ – In an effort to halt the impact of massive overdevelopment occurring across the Garden State to satisfy affordable housing needs, Bernards Insight has launched a petition that demands representatives in Trenton collaborate on a legislative fix to NJ’s unsustainable affordable housing ...

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NEW JERSEY -- More residents moved out of New Jersey than any other state in 2018, with 66.8% of New Jersey moves being outbound, according to United Van Lines’ 42nd annual National Movers Study, which tracks customers’ state-to-state migration patterns over the past year. The Garden State moved ...

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BELMAR/LAKE COMO, NJ — The Federal Emergency Management Agency has resumed the sale of new flood insurance policies and the renewal of expiring policies during the partial government shutdown — reversing its decision that was met with a deluge of criticism by the insurance and real estate ...

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BELMAR/LAKE COMO, NJ — News that President Donald Trump extended the National Flood Insurance Program for another five months was quickly tempered when the partial government shutdown soon followed. At the 11th hour, Trump signed legislation reauthorizing NFIP through May 31, 2019, as it was ...

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NUTLEY, NJ -  Residents raised questions on the potential mixed-use and density ordinance, which was tabled at the Wednesday, Nov. 7 Board of Commissioners public meeting. Concerns were voiced about overcrowding in Nutley public schools considering the Board of Education’s $70 million referendum ...

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