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64% Of Homes In Gcity Are Apartments:

Developer Seeking Gloucester City Planning/Zoning Board's Permission to Build 5 Story Apartment Building

William E. Cleary Sr. | CNBNewsnet The applicant wanting to build an apartment building at North Broadway and Middlesex Street will appear Wednesday night before the Planning/Zoning Board in council chambers at the Police Administration building, 313 Monmouth Street. The meeting starts at 7:30 PM. According to real estate records, the property was listed for $44,000. And presently has a pending offer. Ahmed Wafik is asking the Board to consider a request to construct a five-story building on the empty lot at 200-204 N. Broadway. The first floor would be used for a commercial business, yet to be named, and the other four floors would be for apartments. The empty lots once housed two homes that were destroyed in a horrific fire on July 4, 2002. Three firemen and three children died in that blaze, and the two properties burned to the ground. Since then, the property has been used... Read more →


The Botanic Residential Development Opens

The Botanic hits the market in New Jersey’s newest event hub Cartere, NJ – Striker Apartment Leasing has signed an exclusive deal to lease out a new 243 unit residential development called The Botanic in New Jersey’s newest intersection of entertainment, shopping, and dining. Available rentals range from $2,195 to $4,100 for 1 and 2 bedroom apartments up to 1,358 square feet. Rents may be negotiable. Showings can be scheduled at 844-422-2568. The Botanic offers luxury living with stunning views, inspired design, and spacious floor plans. Located at 36 Washington Ave in Cartere, just across the street from the Carteret Performing Arts and Events Center, its waterfront apartments give residents a front-row seat to experience the best. The community design provides a contemporary urban flare that recognizes the art and music heritage throughout the city. Boasting many sought-after amenities, including a resident lounge, fitness center, multiple courtyards, and 15,000 sq... Read more →


Peyton and Me Meandering:

Cumberland Street Residents Upset with New York Landlord and Abandon Cars on City Owned Lot

CHAPTER 21 William E. Cleary Sr. | CNBNewsnet CNBNews photo-Residents living in the 200 unit block of Cumberland Street say they have complained to police and to the housing office about this pile of rubbish for weeks. The property is owned by a person living in New York City. One resident said she has seen rats roaming through the debris. GLOUCESTER CITY, NJ (August 1, 2022)--Peyton and Me were walking along King Street today when a man stopped us to chat. We will call him Oscar as he didn't want to use his real name. "I live nearby in the 200-unit block of Cumberland Street," said Oscar. "For months, I have complained to the city about the trash coming from the tenants living in the apartments in the 100 unit block of King Street. I have gotten no help. The owner lives in New York," he said. Oscar said, "If... Read more →


Know all this before your building inspection

Home inspections have evolved into an essential component of the home-buying process. Whether you select an appointment viewing, an open viewing, or a combination of the two, a viewing brings you one step closer to selling. The benefit of a Building inspection is that the seller shows as many people as possible, and the more people visit your house, the higher your chances of selling. What exactly is a pre-sale building inspection? A pre-sale inspection is a third-party evaluation of the condition of a property. The building inspector's report indicates any crucial faults or maintenance concerns on the property. It is vital to remember that a pre-sale inspection is not a value but focuses on accurately reporting the physical condition of the property. A preview is a vital component of the property purchasing process since it allows the buyer to examine the property's condition before making an offer. Pre-sales inspections... Read more →


Affordable Home Program Launched in Philadelphia

PHILADELPHIA — City Council President Darrell L. Clarke (5th District) joined by Councilmembers, housing officials, and advocates, today announced the single largest developers of affordable housing in Philadelphia history – 1,000 affordable homes to be built across the city. “Turn The Key”, the Philadelphia Affordable Homeownership Program, is being funded through the $400 million Neighborhood Preservation Initiative (NPI) program created by City Council in 2020. “Turn The Key” and NPI will provide funding to build more than 1,000 new, energy-efficient, 3 bedrooms, 1 ½ bath homes on publicly-owned city land. Several Requests For Proposals have already been issued to develop homes, and RFPs will continue to be issued on a rolling basis until 1,000 homes are built and sold to qualifying home-buyers. Using publicly-owned land reduces development costs and increases the affordability of the new homes. The mortgage for these 3-bedroom homes will be about $1,200 per month — considerably... Read more →


Breaking News:

Progress Capital Arranges a $25 Million Loan for Cyzner, Owner of River Pointe Apartments, Gloucester City

UPDATED River Pointe Apartments, Gloucester City GLOUCESTER CITY, NJ (April 11, 2022)(CNBNEWS)--Kathy Anderson, (inset) founding partner of Progress Capital arranged a $25,000,000 permanent loan for Irv Cyzner of Cyzner Properties, owner of River Pointe Apartments, a 141-unit garden-style gated community located at 5 Meadow Lane, Gloucester City, NJ. The River Pointe Apartments were previously known as Chatham Square which was owned by the City of Gloucester City, which purchased those apartments in 2007-08 for $4.25 million. Cyzner purchased the site in 2015 from the city for $1.5 million. In 2017, Cyzner acquired the site with a $12,200,000 acquisition/construction loan arranged by Anderson. The initial business plan was to simply renovate the existing 11-garden style apartment buildings. However, during the renovation process, it was decided that the condition of the buildings was such that it would be more beneficial to tear them down completely and rebuild them. Midway through construction, Anderson... Read more →


How Can You Come Across an Expert Property Management Company?

Today, some people and organizations are searching for an excellent property management company. However, it is essential to know the relevance of property management before you search for a company or a property manager. The importance of a property manager Property management is essential that having multiple properties. It is especially true for real estate investors as they own various properties in varied places all across the country. Hence, with the assistance of property managers, the process of real estate investing can get more straightforward and seamless. If you are searching for a reliable service provider, you can check out Sacramento property management. Also, an expert property management company is excellent for investors. But on the other hand, an inexperienced property manager can also affect the investment's cash flow. In case you have had any experience with an unresponsive and unreliable property manager, you can resonate with the pains and... Read more →


Tommy Shek - Five Benefits Of Investing Your Money In Real Estate

Many new investment opportunities have made their way into the financial world in the last few decades. But one name that has been on top throughout these years is real Estate. Real Estate is considered one of the safest investment options even in the current world of digital assets and cryptocurrencies. Many benefits come with purchasing and investing in real estate. These five benefits of investing in real Estate shared here are a great place to start: 1. Ultimate Options For Savings When you purchase an existing house and rent it out, you can save money each month. The balance of the rent will then be deposited into your bank account every month. In addition, because real estate is considered a form of investment, the income should be able to grow over time. Also, if you're looking for a good rental property to earn extra money, real Estate may just... Read more →


Is Your Property Tax Assessment Too High?

An expert can help you prevent overpaying your taxes. (NAPSI)—With inflation rising to 7.5% in January, Arizona residents are feeling the pinch no matter where they turn. From the grocery store to the gas pump, it seems like every cost is out of their control. However, there is one expense that both residential and commercial property owners may be able to lower in 2022—their property taxes. With property tax assessments already received in some Arizona communities, Alison Tulio, Esq., President, Incenter Tax Solutions, says owners should take steps now to prevent overpayment. According to the National Taxpayers Union Foundation, it’s estimated by various experts that “between 30 and 60 percent of taxable property in the United States is over-assessed”. The Issue In 2021, the value of private residential real estate rose to $43.4 trillion, according to Zillow, and this represented a record $6.9 trillion increase. Because of these high valuations,... Read more →


CNB Business News: Local Century 21 Salesmen Honored

Madison, NJ (Grassroots Newswire) February 24, 2022 - Century 21 Real Estate LLC recently recognized the following local sales affiliates with the CENTURY 21 2020 Quality Service Pinnacle Producer Award. The annual award is based on results from the CENTURY 21 Quality Service Survey (QSS) which is e-mailed to consumers immediately after the purchase or sale of a home. To earn the CENTURY 21 Quality Service Pinnacle Producer Award, an agent must receive completed customer surveys for at least 80 percent of their transactions surveyed from January 1 - December 31, with an average survey score of at least 95 percent or better for two consecutive years. * Jitka McCabe of CENTURY 21 Alliance, located at 1163 Mantua Pike in Mantua * Elaine Hewitt of CENTURY 21 Rauh & Johns, located at 508 Hurffville-Crosskeys Road Suites 2 & 3 in Sewell "The Quality Service Pinnacle Producer Award is an integral... Read more →


Maxwell Drever is the leader of the mass conversion of broken hotels into workforce housing units

The real estate industry has undoubtedly faced increased demand. Every hotel owner interested in adapting their hotel property into residential units must assess their properties in detail. Before coming up with the offer, they must have a proper understanding of the present condition of their properties. They must develop their finances because it is necessary to bring about changes. There are several factors they must bring under deliberation when working in the hospitality sector. A new aspect in this sector has emerged: converting hotel rooms into multifamily residential units. More so, the market condition seems to favor this adaptive reuse tendency. It has initiated the easy transformation of hotel units into affordable housing apartments. As a result, hotel owners and landlords have come up with prospective projects and a well-established budget. They are considering different mechanisms to make this possible. Appropriate location The demand for affordable workforce housing is high... Read more →


How Does Homelessness in Delaware, New Jersey and Pennsylvania Compare to the Rest of the USA

unsplash.com image Homelessness is on the rise in the United States. According to a study published by the National Alliance to End Homelessness, the number of Americans experiencing homlessness has grown each year since 2015. As of January 2020, there were an estimated 580,466 Americans experiencing homelessness. Though the exact effects the COVID-19 pandemic had on America's homelessness problem have yet to be determined, some early indications suggest little reason for optimism. For reasons at least partly related to the pandemic, a portion of Americans - as high as 35% in some states - say they have missed their rent or mortgage payments or have low confidence that they can pay next month's, according to the U.S. Census Bureau's Household Pulse Survey. Additionally, in some parts of the country, the pandemic interrupted access to temporary housing locations, and social distancing rules meant fewer beds in shelter facilities. Nationwide, men are... Read more →


What are The Most LGBTQ Friendly Towns in New Jersey?

New Jersey is generally known as a progressive state with many towns passing ordinances protecting the LGBTQ community, but which towns are the most LGBTQ friendly? In a recent survey, New Jersey Gay Life asked readers to rank towns they believe are the most welcoming communities. While many of these towns were not necessarily ranked on this list, we will be examining those and putting together a more detailed look at some of the top spots for LGBTQ travelers and residents alike What Makes a Town LGBTQ Friendly? There are many things that make a town LGBTQ-friendly. Still, some of the most important factors include having an inclusive ordinance, having a large and active LGBTQ community, and welcoming transgender and gender non-conforming individuals. Inclusive Ordinances An inclusive ordinance is a law or policy that protects LGBTQ people from discrimination. In New Jersey, there are currently 24 towns with inclusive ordinances,... Read more →


Veterans Mixed Income Community Opens in Tinton Falls

AFFORDABLE HOUSING FINANCE Mixed-Income Community for Veterans Opens in New Jersey The development by WinnCompanies and Soldier On provides 70 homes. TINTON FALLS, NJ--After 14 months of construction, a 70-unit apartment community is about to welcome military veterans, including those transitioning from homelessness, in Tinton Falls, New Jersey. The development is one of the first private veterans’ communities in the U.S. to offer rental housing to former service members at a range of incomes along with comprehensive services, including a program to help move veterans toward homeownership, announced WinnCompanies. Federal, state, county, and local officials recently gathered at the Gordon H. Mansfield Veterans Community to celebrate the December opening of the $23 million mixed-income property with apartments for veterans earning between 30% and 80% of the area median income. Developed by WinnCompanies and nonprofit Soldier On, the community’s features include: · 18 apartments available at middle-income rents of up to... Read more →


I-295 southbound/Al-Jo’s Curve to be closed Tuesday night

Overnight closures necessary to repair guide rail (Trenton) - New Jersey Department of Transportation (NJDOT) officials today announced the I-295 southbound ramp to Route 42 southbound/I-295 southbound is scheduled to be closed Tuesday night, as the Direct Connection project advances in Bellmawr, Camden County. Beginning at 11 p.m. tomorrow, Tuesday, November 23 until 5 a.m. Wednesday, November 24, NJDOT’s contractor, South State, Inc., is scheduled to close the I-295 southbound ramp to Route 42 southbound/I-295 southbound, also known as Al-Jo's Curve. The two right lanes on I-295 southbound also will be closed after Exit 28/Route 168. These closures will allow the contractor to repair guiderail at Exit 26. All motorists traveling on I-295 southbound will be directed to stay left onto Exit 26. The following detour will be in place overnight: I-295 southbound to Route 42 southbound/I-295 southbound detour: Motorists traveling on I-295 southbound to Route 42 southbound will be... Read more →


How to Increase the Value of Your Victorian Home

It is common for a person to live in different types of houses throughout their lifetime. This is because their needs vary according to their age, their income and the number of people living in the home. To ensure you can sell your house when you would like to make a transition, you should keep the value of your home intact. Owning a period home such as a Victorian home comes with a few quirks that can quickly erode the home's value if not taken care of. Here is a list of suggestions on a few things you can do to maintain and even increase the value of your Victorian home. Work on the Exterior Initial impressions matter, and this is why one of the first things you should take care of is the home’s exterior. Consider having the exterior repainted, doors and windows replaced, the garden tended to any... Read more →


What Should I Consider When Selecting A Window Company?

Window replacement is a home renovation project that requires a lot of planning. Windows aren't exactly cheap, and because of that, you'll want to do your research before not only deciding what windows you're going to get installed in our home but also what window contractor you'll be going with. When people are looking for window companies in Edmonton, there are many things to consider. image courtesy of pixabay A full window replacement can have your home looking aesthetically pleasing to whoever walks past it. Your home will appear more updated and will also have its resale value increased as a result of the new windows. Window replacement also increases the functionality and ease of use of the windows. They will have your energy bills being lowered from month to month and will have your mood increased whenever you decide to look out of them. When you're deciding on a... Read more →


THE-37-YEAR HISTORY OF THE FAILED WATERFRONT DEVELOPMENT IN GLOUCESTER CITY

UPDATED/CORRECTED Above artist sketch of Gloucester Vista, to be built in the city's Southport zone(the year 2005-06). GLOUCESTER CITY, NJ (NOV. 11, 2021)(CNBNews)--Those local politicians involved in this failed project knew along that it would never be built because of the toxic chemicals buried in the ground. They also knew Southport is in a flood zone, the streets leading in and out of those 145 acres become impassable during heavy rainfall. Before a shovel could go into the ground that infrastructure was the first thing that had to be solved. But, it was rarely mentioned by local politicians. RELATED: Compost Plant Developer Files $10.5 Million Lawsuit Against Gloucester City Residents for Breach of Contract by William E. Cleary Sr. | CNBNews GLOUCESTER CITY, NJ (November 11, 2021)--Since 1984 up until the present the City of Gloucester City has been trying to develop its waterfront. There have been eight different mayors... Read more →


Putting Your Home Up for Sale: 5 Tips

Selling your home can be an extremely stressful undertaking – especially if you have never had to do it before. This task takes a great deal of time and preparation to make it as stress-free as possible, and the decisions you make along the way are vital for creating a streamlined process. There are several aspects that need careful consideration before putting your home on the market – and by reading this blog, you’ll gain helpful insight into the steps that need to be taken along the way. Check out these key tips on putting your home up for sale in the near future: Work out why you’re moving Some people are keen on the idea of moving, without a solid reason as to why this is in their plan. Do you need to upsize/downsize, or perhaps your property no longer serves your needs? It may be worth considering whether... Read more →


Third Street Row Homes Have Structural Issues; One Property Declared Unfit for Habitation/Occupancy

THIRD STREET ROW HOMES, starting on the right the addresses are 209, 211, 213, and 215. The 211 property has been declared unsafe for habitation, 213 is also empty; people are living in 209 and 215. According to Paul Clarke the owner of 211, the problem with the brick facade started when a contractor was doing work on 213 the adjoining property. (CNBNews photo) WILLIAM E. CLEARY SR. | CNBNews Dorothy Heade | CNBNews Contributor GLOUCESTER CITY, NJ (September 24, 2021)--A row of Third Street homes, addresses 209, 211, 213, and 215, could be in danger of collapse because the facade at 211 Third has cracked. The homes in the middle, address 211 and 213, are presently empty. The 211 property has been declared unfit for habitants. Dan Seltzer the tenant at 209 said he is afraid the entire row will fall. "The ceiling in my upstairs bathroom has developed... Read more →


What’s Hiding behind Cash Advance Online Loans Taken from Apps

image unsplash.com While the coronavirus pandemic hasn’t gone anywhere, direct lenders became the only solution for many people. For more convenience, instant cash advance online loans are now provided in a mobile format. Apart from a mobile browser, clients can also use mobile apps for sending an online application and receiving approval. Just take a look at Instant Сash Advance. This online service has already adjusted its financial services to the mobile format. When financial technology companies started offering alternatives to predatory payday loans, the apps like Earnin, Dave, and Branch were brought to the market. The major issue standing behind these services is their similarity to payday loan services. By accessing future earnings, you will cover your cash shortage problem. But this money will need to be paid off later on. At Instantcashtime.com, you will see how the whole system of cash advance loans works. The Rise of Cash... Read more →


DIY Home Projects — Here’s How to Know When You Should Call a Professional

DIY homeowners saved more than an impressive $20,000 for kitchen renovations and additions, according to one 2018 report. However, while this certainly highlights the cost-saving benefits that often come along with doing the job yourself, there are several instances when DIY may simply not be the answer. Whether you’ve just moved to Gloucester City, or you’ve been a longtime resident looking to pull off a major remodel, here’s what you should know. When you’re out of your depth There are a number of situations when doing the job yourself may seem like common sense; such as when a room needs to be painted or regarding a linoleum tile installation. However, there may also be instances when you’re simply out of your depth in regards to knowledge. For example, a complex appliance issue (such as in regards to the internal components of a refrigerator), then you may do more harm than... Read more →


6 Tips Every Property Manager Needs to Know 

image unsplash.com Being a property manager is one of the most stressful jobs that a person can have. Property managers are often responsible for managing the finances of the properties they manage, as well as the overall upkeep of the area. Dealing with finances, maintenance, and clients can lead to confusion and frustration. Here are some tips that all good property managers must know to be successful at their job. #1) Keep Finances Organized Keeping accurate and up-to-date financials for each property that you manage is a crucial part of being a property manager. A good property manager will keep all of this information organized and be able to share this information with investors or developers as needed. Some of the most important pieces of financial information to keep track of are tenant payments, purchase prices, expenses, and cap rates. The cap rate formula for rental properties allows you to... Read more →


House America Initiative to Address Homelessness Crisis in Newark and Elsewhere

House America leverages American Rescue Plan and other federal resources to immediately re-house and build additional housing for people experiencing homelessness Newark, NJ - Today, City of Newark Mayor Ras J. Baraka joined U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) Secretary Marcia L. Fudge at a virtual event to launch House America: An All-Hands-On-Deck Effort to Address the Nation’s Homelessness Crisis. House America is a national partnership in which HUD and USICH invite mayors, county leaders, Tribal nation leaders, and governors to use the historic investments provided through the American Rescue Plan to address the crisis of homelessness through a Housing First approach by immediately re-housing and building additional housing for people experiencing homelessness. “The health and well-being of individuals and families and the economic security of our communities is at stake,” said Secretary Fudge. “It’s going to take government working at all levels and local collaboration to address... Read more →


Maxwell Drever provides an innovative solution to counter the housing crisis

Not just at the national level but also international, people are experiencing a shortage of housing and the crisis of affordability. The supply of housing does not keep momentum with the rising demand. Hence, governments and higher authorities are trying to come up with innovations to counter this problem. One of the promising steps taken by them is affordable workforce housing. However, people have reservations regarding the investment that goes into it. It is a reason hotel owners and investors are taking a backseat because of various misconceptions associated with it. However, you will have to rethink your decision because there are many incentives associated with this innovation. For expanding your horizon and providing a supportive hand to the needy population, you will have to give it a second thought. Hence, the challenges related to investing in affordable workforce housing are dealt with extensively by experts all across. Removal of... Read more →


Rowan's Men and Women Swimming Teams and Diving Teams Honored

RICHMOND, VA – Rowan’s men’s and women’s swimming & diving teams have each earned Scholar All-America honors by the College Swimming and Diving Coaches Association of America (CSCAA) for their student-athletes’ efforts in the classrooms this year. The men’s team posted a GPA of 3.51 with 22 student-athletes while the women’s team maintained a 3.48 GPA with 11 student-athletes. "Coaches Bowser and Blaschke did an exceptional job despite the absence of a Metropolitan Championship.," noted CSCAA Executive Director Greg Earhart. "These are some of the best ambassadors of Rowan and Athletic Director Giannini, President Houshmand, and Dr. JoAnne Bullard (Faculty Athletic Representative) can and should be proud of these 33 men and women." In total, 721 programs from 426 institutions earned the honor. CSCAA will name its individual Scholar All-America team next week. Founded in 1922, the College Swimming and Diving Coaches Association of America (CSCAA), is the nation’s first... Read more →


WHAT MAKES THE DIFFERENCE IN CHOOSING A FOREX BROKER?

When investing in financial markets, we are concerned with a few things. The differences between brokers can shape our investing efficiency, costs, the markets we’re investing in, and the opportunities present. This article will take a look at what to look out for when deciding between forex brokers; the differences between them that we need to examine before giving it our money, trust, and time. Credibility of the forex to choose First and foremost, different FX brokers have varying levels of credibility. This is the most intangible point of comparison, but it’s one of the most important. Opting for brand new brokers with poor reviews means you’re giving your funds to a broker lacking in credibility. The worry of fraud, lack of security, folding, and poor customer service tends to be lower with established brokers that have proven their worth over many years, and have received great reviews because of... Read more →


Peyton and Me Meandering through Gloucester City, and Haddon Lake, Audubon (Chapter X)

UPDATED GLOUCESTER CITY, NJ (June 14, THE DAY COMING TO AN END--One night last week around 9:15 PM we caught the last glimpse of daylight before the dark sky of night closed over the Riverview Heights section of Gloucester City. We took the photo with the Apple iPhone 11 LOVE YOUR MONEY--The new Gloucester High football field and running track around the field is finished. Work on the $1.3 million jobs began at the beginning of the year and ended in May. The arrow is pointing to two members of the construction crew putting the finishing touches on the field. It makes you wonder if the Canada Geese living nearby on the school practice fields and in the nearby swamp are going to be upset about the artificial field. We heard not long ago the School Board had paid to have the football field reseeded. Incidentally in the list of... Read more →


8 Cool Ways to Make Your House Feel Like Home

Moving into a new house or renting at Longwood apartments can be quite exciting. But if this is your first time doing so, it won't feel quite like home at the beginning. Some of the steps below can help you if you are interested in wholesaling real estate. Moving from your old home means leaving behind memories. Not only that, but you're leaving the only place you've had to call home so far. Naturally, it will take quite some time to make your new house feel like home. And that's why we're here to tell you about the 8 ways to do that. So with all that said, let's start. Cleaning First things first, even if the house you're buying seems squeaky clean that doesn't mean you shouldn't do a thorough sweep. Considering that plenty of people have entered the house in recent weeks, the natural first thing to do... Read more →


Is It Better to Sell Your House Before or After a Divorce? 

Most people think that planning a wedding is one of the hardest things to do. However, most of these people have not gone through a divorce. Getting a divorce is one of the most challenging things you can go through. It presents issues like emotional heartbreak, physical separation, and a host of financial problems. Financial issues may take the form of trying to split the wealth acquired during the marriage period. For this reason, challenges like whether to sell a house before or after a divorce may arise. When is it better to sell your house (before or after divorce)? There isn’t a straightforward answer as to when you should sell your house if you are going through a divorce. Several factors will influence the choice you make. Below are some of these factors or variables: the communal property, one spouse keeping the home, the number of homes the couple... Read more →


High-Quality Miami Real Estate Agents: Characteristic of Work

The real estate market is an important component of the economy. Its role in the formation of modern market relations is constantly growing. The modern real estate market is actively developing, which is associated with a significant increase in the construction of new housing. Currently, the real estate Miami fort market is characterized by an increase in the volume, variety of types of transactions, and the active participation of professional real estate agents. Finding a good real estate agent Miami Fl today is easy if you visit the website cardinalmiami.com. This online platform brings together realtors in Miami who provide quality services to clients. Each realtor of the agency is a competent professional with extensive work experience. The work of a group of realtors is controlled by a broker. Cardinal brokers are top specialists. Read below for more information about the specifics of the work of real estate agents Miami... Read more →


NEWARK'S 45 WILLIAM STREET PRE-OPEN HOUSE IS THIS SATURDAY

NEWARK – Baldwin Equities in partnership with Striker Leasing announces that 45 William Street will open to the public for this first time this Saturday. 45 William Street is in the heart of Newark's arts district which is also the site of a brand-new GRAMMY Museum commissioned large-scale mosaic mural of Whitney Houston. Newark-based Artist Maude Lemaire who specializes in beautifully crafted hand-cut glass mosaic murals recently created the installation on the building over the course of several weeks. 45 William will be the first residential building in the country to offer its tenants a free membership to LinkedIn Learning. Tenants will have free access to the entire slate of over 16,000 expert-led LinkedIn Learning courses. Avi Benamu, co-founder of Baldwin Equities, offers the pilot program with LinkedIn to give Newark residents "the latest tools to improve their professional and personal skills". The new luxury apartment project at 45 William... Read more →


Essential home selling mistakes that you must avoid

Selling your house can be a challenging and exciting project of your life! It gives you the scope to shift to a new location and earn a profit by selling your house. However, before you get all excited to see the “Sold” sign against your home, you need to be aware of a few mistakes that some people make. From not understanding the current real estate trends to not trusting your instinct, the errors are many. When you commit a mistake, it can result in frustrating after-effects. It can make you lose out on time and money. Here are a few errors that you need to avoid. Sell when you are not ready Placing your house in the market and listing service can be a thrilling experience. To know more about this, you can check out mrhomebuyer.ca/we-buy-houses-calgary/. However, it can also take a toll on you emotionally, physically, and mentally... Read more →


What Cities In New Jersey And Pennsylvania Have The Most Billionaires

Samuel Stebbins, 24/7 Wall St. via The Center Square There are nearly 2,400 people worldwide whose individual net worth exceeds $1 billion -- and more than one-quarter of them live in the United States. All told, there are over 250 cities and towns across the country that at least one of the world's ultra-wealthy calls home. Using data from Forbes' Real-Time Billionaires list, 24/7 Wall St. identified the city in every state with the most billionaires. The combined net worth of the billionaires in some U.S. cities exceeds the entire annual GDP of many states. The U.S. cities that are home to the most billionaires are often closely tied to the sources of their wealthiest residents' net worth. For example, many of the wealthiest people in the country have made their fortune through some association a successful company -- and these people often live in close proximity to these companies.... Read more →


Chapter VIII:

Peyton and Me Meandering Through Gloucester City, Port Royal, VA., and Hilton Head Island, SC

William E. Cleary Sr. | CNBNews IT ONLY COST $1.3 MILLION !--Construction work on Gloucester High School football field and running track is continuing. The plans call for a synthetic Astro-type material to be placed over the dirt field that has been used for football since the school opened in 1961. This past December the school board voted to approve the million dollars plus project. ++++ GLOUCESTER HIGH SCHOOL--The top photo above a contractor is seeding the field behind the football stadium last week. Once the seed was down the workers laid straw over it to keep the birds, geese, and deer from eating it. The electronic sign near the entrance to the high school was upgraded with a brick cement pedestal recently. (click to enlarge) +++++ WHERE IS THE COMMUNITY PRIDE?--The trash above was placed in front of near the Water Ice business on South Broadway on Friday morning... Read more →


Tips on How to Revamp Your Living Room

Get Inspired Having a vision of what you want to achieve is the best place to start when revamping your living room. You can get inspiration from social media sites, design magazines, blogs, and various websites like Pinterest. You also can borrow ideas from the different places you visit, including offices, interior design showrooms, and even your friends or relatives’ homes. Pay attention to the colors, spatial layout, and décor. Try to create a mental image that speaks to you, or better yet, take pictures to use as reference points when you start redoing your living area. Plan Your Layout Before hanging the window treatments and splashing some paint on the walls, you should figure out what you want and where it will go. It is all about furniture placement, which is one of the hard parts of redecorating a living room. The room’s dimensions and your furniture’s size can... Read more →


CNB Business: RE Salesman Joseph Schwarzman Earns CENTURION® 21 Award

for Being Top-Producing Relentless Sales Professional 21+ Years Woodbury Heights, N.J. (Grassroots Newswire) March 15, 2021 -- CENTURY 21 Premier Realty announced today that Joseph Schwarzman, a relentless real estate sales professional who serves the Woodbury Heights market, has earned the CENTURION® 21 honor for being a top producing CENTURION® award winner in the global CENTURY 21 System for 21 or more years. In presenting the award, broker of record at CENTURY 21 Premier Realty Paul Podgorski highlighted Schwarzman's ability to go 'above and beyond' by providing personalized, unique moments to consumers throughout the real estate experience. "Joseph's sales production is a direct reflection on his mindset to always give 121%," said Podgorski. "Joseph doesn't just complete real estate transactions, he creates memories and builds lifetime relationships with clients. Joseph's entire focus is to deliver experiences and real estate outcomes that are tailored to his customers' personalized needs." "I value... Read more →


Competition For New Jersey Homes Creates Property Boom

A boom in house sales across New Jersey has reduced housing stock by 50% compared to this time last year. Recent uncertainty in the housing market has created a backlog of homebuyers who are now taking advantage of low-interest rates. And with a growing trend of leaving major metropolitan areas, more suburban but still well-connected towns in Camden County are proving popular. This is great news for sellers as competition over the low inventory pushes house prices up to over 20% higher than they were in January 2020. At the same time, the moratorium on foreclosures is reassuring for buyers who, having found the right house, are in a position to pay a little extra for a long-term home in the Garden State. Buyers Prepared For Bidding Wars In New Jersey’s thriving property market, fierce competition for decreased inventory is resulting in bidding wars over popular homes. Quick sales with... Read more →


How to Know You’ve Found the Right House 

Buying a property is a big decision and an expensive one, so it’s good to be cautious when you’re looking at different properties you might be able to buy. If you make a mistake, you could lose a lot of money and, if you intend to live in the property yourself rather than rent it out and become a landlord, you’ll feel uncomfortable in a place that is meant to be your home. However, it can also be problematic if you are too cautious. Being too cautious could lead to you missing out on the ideal property because you don’t want to risk making a mistake, and you’re holding back on signing any deal. This is why it’s good to know when you’ve found the right house. Finding the right house – and being sure about it – means you can go ahead and enjoy the property in whatever way... Read more →


Camden County NJ A Great Place To Buy A Home

Home to some of the country's highest-rated educational systems and a fun place to call home due to its active nightlife and proximity to Philadelphia, Camden County, New Jersey, has become an increasingly popular place for people to call home. This place's increasing desirability has raised the median home price about 14% from last year to $211,664. The median home price increase has raised hesitancy among potential homeowners. Most conventional loans require a down payment of 20%, which would be about $42,332 for Camden County based on the median home price. The increased down payment amount is a shockingly high down payment to make, with most Americans having an average of $1,000 to $5,000 on their savings. Government home loans can significantly reduce and even remove the down payment usually required for homeownership. Also, these loans offer several other benefits, which vary depending on the specific loan amount borrowed. The... Read more →


Tactics that you should Stay Aware of during the Home Buying Process 

Buying a house is a complex task and includes a backstage too. For buyers, gaining knowledge about home buying from the windows of specialized expertise is crucial. With Real estate agents who work in these technical fields alongside you, you can easily stay prepared for the best deal. However, one should remember that there are certain loopholes and elements in the home buying process that an agent might not mention. Below are a few such pointers that one should pay keen attention to. The booming real estate space Many people in the urban area are starting to prefer private homes and country escapes over high-rise buildings. In contrast, people in less populated locations might want to shift to an apartment. Others working from home seek to buy houses with extra space in the line of a home office. Do not fall for underpricing techniques A home buyer might think that... Read more →


A Guide to Renovating an Old House: 8 Tips to Remember 

There are several reasons why people decide to purchase an old house which has seen better days. One of the main motivations is usually the affordable price tag attached, giving homebuyers the chance to enter the property market quicker than if they were to purchase a new build. Other reasons include the ability to effectively work on a blank canvas to create the ideal house and those who want to enjoy an old-fashioned property's original features. Despite the positive aspects that are gained, make no mistake: attempting to breathe new life into a fixer-upper is far from an easy task. There are various aspects you have to take into consideration. Plus, if you do not pay the right amount of attention to certain issues, that original bargain could quickly turn into a money pit. To avoid any undue heartache, here are eight tips to remember when renovating an old house.... Read more →


Why do you need to know about the risks involved in commercial real estate investments?

Commercial real estate investments help you to make a lot of money. If you have invested in real estate, you will surely get many rewards by buying and owning investment properties. Purchasing a physical property brings in a lot of comfort to the investors. But it also has many risks associated with it. Like all other investments, commercial real estate investment also has some risks. Even though it has many benefits, it also has few risks attributed to it. The more the risk, the more revenue you will make. But quantifying the danger can be incredibly risky. Here are some of the risk factors you should keep in mind before investing in commercial real estate. Significant risks in investing in commercial assets Real estate Investors benefit significantly by investing as they get huge returns. But they neglect the risks that are involved in commercial real estate investing. Mentioned below are... Read more →


Some Business Signs Designing Tips To Follow For Smaller Firms

Starting up a new business takes a lot of financial support and good decision making from your side. However, making that business stand up against the marketing giants within the same field is a completely different ballgame. If you are trying to invest some money on the business sign, then you have to focus on the designing tips well. Some tips will help you to design the right signs, which will make your small businesses, shine and get hand in hand with the bigger and more established names in the market. What is hiding out of signage? What is the point of actually investing some major amounts when the banner hoardings are just going to be hidden under bright lights or electrical wiring? The main purpose of creating signs is to grab the attention of a customer and force him to make a purchase. The line of sight associated with... Read more →


Things you need to consider before checking out new houses for sale Calgary

Purchasing a new house can be daunting for first-timers as it is a lifetime investment. It will help if you become careful about each step you take and the requirement you need to fulfill. People are apprehensive while deciding as they fear making a costly mistake. Once you are ready to buy a new property, it is crucial to consider your affordability. Your financial condition determines the kind of house you can buy. Purchasing a home requires a lot of time and effort. It would help if you considered a long-term plan before making the final decision. Here are a few points you must consider before purchasing a new home and get the most out of your investment Find a trusted real estate agent It is a universal fact that estate agents charge compensation at the selling price of a house. Therefore, many buyers are apprehensive at the time of... Read more →


How to Sell Your House in 5 Easy Steps

By: Raymond James About the Author: Ray is a sought after thought leader and an expert in financial and money management. He has been published and featured in over 50 leading sites and aims to contribute articles to help novice financial planners. One of his goals is to impart his knowledge in finance to educate and help ordinary people create and achieve their financial goals. There are many reasons why you may want to sell your house. Maybe your new job requires you to relocate, or perhaps you want to upgrade. Whatever the reason, deciding to sell your home is always a big step. You probably have invested a lot of your money and time to make it a special place. Unfortunately, selling a house is not as easy as it sounds. At times the process of selling can be confusing, especially if it is your first time. First, you... Read more →


Here Are 3 Ways To Get The House You Want

(NAPSI)—Over five million homes are sold in America every year, according to realtors. If you’d like one of them to be yours, there are a few facts you should know. In a perfect world, you’d fall in love with a new home, submit an offer, and have the seller accept it. The world, however, is rarely perfect. So how can you make your offer stand out when there’s competition for the home you want? Here are three hints that can help. 1. Shorten the timeline: Sellers want to move on. Offering a quick close lets them get to their own new home sooner and alleviates worries about the transaction falling through. Removing contingencies is a strategy to fast-track the closing timeline. You can work with your agent to determine whether waiving contingencies is a good option in your situation. 2. Make a cash offer: Nothing appeals to sellers like cash.... Read more →


5 Secrets To Selling A House During Recession 

By Raymond James About the Author: Ray is a sought after thought leader and an expert in financial and money management. He has been published and featured in over 50 leading sites and aims to contribute articles to help novice financial planners. One of his goals is to impart his knowledge in finance to educate and help ordinary people create and achieve their financial goals. Because of the expense involved, selling a home in any economy can be difficult. However, in a recession, only properties sold in a certain manner will sell. The reason goes beyond the fact that people have less money in a recession. Of course, this impacts buying and selling real estate. However, in a recession, buyers diminish in part because homes no longer represent what people need, which is stability, security, and comfort. If your home is not perceived as providing any of these basic needs,... Read more →