Real Estate

66 Templar Way, Summit, NJ: $1,579,000

Posted March 9, 2020 By Prominent Properties Sotheby's International Realty

Listing Stats

Essential elements of this enchanting Tudor, renovated in 2019, reflects today's lifestyle amenities, inspiring a modern tableau for casual living, enhanced by rooms ideal for formal entertaining. Situated in the heart of Northside Summit on over a half acre of manicured grounds, this distinctive residence offers classic tradition in the formal living room with stone fireplace, Chef's kitchen with separate breakfast room flanked by a sunlit family room including a gas fireplace, intimate dining room accented with stained-glass windows and sumptuous master bedroom suite with elaborate bath. Highlights offer a flowing floor plan, higher ceilings, hardwood floors and spacious rooms. The side courtyard, front open porch and patio extend the home's outdoor entertaining space.

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We Will All Get Through This

March 30, 2020

Dear Summit neighbors,

Since 1962, the Summit Volunteer First Squad has been there for the residents of Summit.  For our friends. For our neighbors. For our visiting guests. And in this trying time, our mission has not waivered.  We remain here for you.

But like everyone, we are operating differently now.  We respond with smaller, two person crews for safety. We have ...

Summit EMS Response Report - February, 2020

Summit’s EMS Volunteers answered 135 emergency calls for help in February. These included 82 medical emergencies: eight motor vehicle accidents, including an overturned and another into a building; five traumatic injuries; 16 falls; five reports of poisoning or overdose; two pedestrians struck by a motor vehicle; three responses to a medical alarm; ...

R. Seelaus & Co., Inc. Partners with Clients and Service Providers Across its Broker Dealer and Asset Management Business to Raise Over $100,000 to Donate to those Impacted by Covid-19

April 1, 2020

R. Seelaus & Co., Inc held its first ever “Donation Day” yesterday aimed at directly helping charities, hospitals and health care workers in local community. The idea for the day came directly from CEO Annie Mitnick and was quickly supported by the other partners of the firm. Mitnick announced the plan in an email to employees detailing her thoughts.

“We’ve been ...

Summit Area YMCA Provides Free Virtual Resources for Community

For over 130 years, the Summit Area YMCA (SAY) has provided programs and services dedicated to youth development, healthy living and social responsibility. We believe in uplifting and supporting our community, through good times and challenging times. As a nonprofit organization dedicated to ensuring that every individual has access to opportunities to learn, grow and thrive, our team of YMCA ...

2020 Real Estate Outlook Promising as Spring Market Approaches

Slow and steady will be the name of the game in the new decade. All reports indicate that 2020 will be a positive year in real estate. 

With a surge in consumer spending towards the end of 2019 the economy remains on a steady path. Healthy consumer spending is a sign of consumer confidence. Coupled with low unemployment rates and low mortgage rates will contribute to economic growth.

Taxes in the Time of Coronavirus

Amidst a pandemic, it’s hard to think of tax relief as much of a positive.  However, Congress and the IRS have given taxpayers a little less to worry about.  Like everything else, the situation is in flux. Here are current highlights:


Most 2019 non-corporate income tax returns, along with any balance due, are delayed until July 15.


First-quarter estimated payments ...

The One-of-a-Kind To-Do List

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Objects in the Mirror

Not having many friends, I know a thing or two about social distancing. When you are short on personality like me, it is actually quite easy to keep people at a safe distance for long periods of time. But for everyone else, I understand it can be quite a challenge. So in the spirit of really annoying magazine articles, I offer you . . .

Seven Tips to Maintain Your Distance and Your Sanity with ...

It Feels Like September 11 Out There

It feels like September 11 out there.

Yesterday, I ventured out to ShopRite. Everyone was smiling at everyone else. Those looks said, “We are all in this together.”

I remember those looks. They followed those horrible weeks after the Towers came down. 

Now, at home, we check on our senior citizen neighbors. 

In the grocery store, we are mindful of items that have ...