Real Estate

March 18, 2021

WEST ORANGE, NJ — West Orange just missed being ranked among the top 10 communities to live in Essex County, according to a statewide study by Niche.com just released this week. West Orange ranked 11th in Essex County in the Niche.com rankings of the Best Places to Live in New Jersey. Overall, ...

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WEST ORANGE, NJ — The Township Council held a special workshop on Monday to provide extensive information about the Executive Drive proposed PILOT (Payment in Lieu of Taxes) redevelopment project. Mayor Robert Parisi presented a comprehensive PowerPoint slideshow, including a timeline history of ...

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WEST ORANGE, NJ — The West Orange Township Council approved by 4-1 a resolution last week to approve the recommendation from the planning board to deem the site of the Executive Drive office park an area in need of redevelopment. Joe Krakoviak was the only council member to vote against the ...

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WEST ORANGE, NJ — During its final meeting of 2020, the West Orange Township Council discussed the appraisal of the Crestmont Country Club forest area, loud O’Connor Park late-night activities and the imminent departure of Councilmen Jerry Guarino and Joe Krakoviak. Guarino, Officer Scott Smarsh ...

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WEST ORANGE, NJ — The West Orange Planning Board held a special meeting on Nov. 19 to allow residents to comment on whether the township should allow the owners a $1 million, 30-year tax abatement for the redevelopment of 100 and 200 Executive Drive and 10 Rooney Circle.  The original plan was ...

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MILLBURN, NJ — One of the hottest topics in town is always the value of our real estate. In January, we were seeing a stronger shift to a buyer’s market for Millburn-Short Hills, but the pandemic has turned it into a seller’s market for the Township and most of our region. In Millburn ...

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SHORT HILLS, NJ - It's a great time to sell. The pandemic has turned most of the region into a Seller's Market as buyers (and renters!) are flocking in from Jersey City, Hoboken, NYC and Brooklyn. A reduction in inventory and record-low mortgage rates are helping to fuel the demand for homes in our ...

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MILLBURN, NJ — The challenges posed by the unprecedented COVID-19 pandemic have also led to some unique opportunities in the local real estate market. “After March 15, the housing market froze, and nobody came to see properties, Until the end of April the market was frozen,” said real estate ...

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MILLBURN, NJ — COVID-19 has changed the real estate market -- in ways both expected and unexpected. The winter started out with an early and strong 2020 market, but it quickly slowed down during the quarantine. Only highly motivated buyers and sellers transacted from March through May. The ...

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