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Large Warehouse Space For Rent in Belleville New Jersey

Large Commercial Warehouse Space For Rent in Belleville NJ, 12 Miles From NYC

An Interview With Matthew De Fede “The King of Nutley”

Top Nutley Real Estate Broker Matthew De Fede is Interviewed By Vanessa Lott

Essex Park in Belleville New Jersey

Essex Park in Belleville New Jersey, With Matthew De Fede of Realty Executives Elite Homes

Essex Park Looking For A Great Community 12 Miles From NYC.

Looking for a great town home complex 12 Miles from NYC? Essex Park in Belleville NJ Could Be Your New Home!!!! This Complex of 262 Units Built in early 2000 Has Some Of Northern New Jerey’s Nicest Built Town homes. The Units Range In Price From $290k -$330k And I Predict They Will Be Going Up In Value Soon! Welcome to City Homes at Essex Park, located in the heart of Essex County and conveniently located within minutes of shopping, restaurants, transportation to NYC and just steps from the newly renovated Hendricks Field Golf Course. Essex Park is one of the newest and most sought after townhouse communities in Northern New Jersey. With amenities such as a community clubhouse with free Wi-Fi (available to owners for private events), a spectacular pool and lounge area, two landscaped gazebos and a bocce ball court, Essex Park is the perfect place for singles and families to live, work and play together. Owners in the community also enjoy a hassle-free living experience with built-in leaf and snow removal services and year-round professional landscaping. Feel free to explore to learn more about what makes Essex Park a great place to live. For More Information or to search available units go to: http://www.NutleyRex.com

We Specialize In NYC Commuter Homes, This Is How We Market Homes For Sale

Selling Your Home in Essex Park in Belleville NJ Could Be Very Challenging If You Are Trying To Sell On Your Own, We Are The Only Office That Has an In House Creative Team And We Have A Strategy To Market To Wealthy Home Buyers In NYC. I Explain How I Do It With Social Media, Video and Content Marketing.

 

Welcome To Nutley New Jersey, Matthew De Fede Broker/Owner

Welcome To Nutley New Jersey A NYC Commuter Friendly Town & A Great Place To Raise A Family.

The Most Dominant Realtor in Nutley New Jersey (NJ)

Matthew De Fede – The Most Dominant Realtor in Nutley NJ

In several Short Years this Former Dot Com Executive Built A Strong Brand in Nutley New Jersey, Overshadowing Other Firms That Have Been In The Market Place For Over 60 Years, Here Is How He Did It.

 

How I Sold 5 Enclosure In Nutley New Jersey

It Took Some Creative Marketing Over A Holiday Month But We Got The Home Sold!

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5 Enclosure in Nutley NJ was an interesting home to say the list, this home was built in 1886 by Erik Von Strom, He was a Swedish nobleman that made his way into Nutley in the late part of the 1800’s when Nutley was still mostly wooded land with small homes, Mr. Von Strom was an Architect and he built 5 Enclosure for him and his family, he stone was taken from the local Quarry in Nutley which was located on North Ave. in the Spring Garden Section of Town.

At that time Nutley attracted many prominent and wealthy NYC families, once such family was the Satterthwaite Family and at the time the town was called Franklin Farms.

During the late 1880s, painter Frank Fowler founded an artists’ colony on The Enclosure, a dead-end street that is near the Third River, a stream that runs through the town’s parks. Later artist residents of the street included Frederick Dana Marsh, Reginald Marsh and muralist Michael Lenson.

Nutley’s current town historian, John Demmer, is the author of the book in the “Images of America” series titled Nutley; Demmer is also part of The Nutley Historical Society, a not-for-profit organization dedicated to serve the educational, cultural and historical needs of the community. The Nutley Historical Society manages the operation of The Nutley Historical Museum, housed in a former town schoolhouse at 65 Church Street.

Several other historical works on Nutley have been written by local historians, notably the late Ann Troy’s Nutley: Yesterday – Today; “Nutley” by Marilyn Peters and Richard O’Connor in the “Then and Now” series; and books about the Nutley Velodrome. Local resident Chris Economaki wrote extensively about the Nutley Velodrome in his autobiographical racing history Let Them All Go! as the Velodrome was the first racetrack he had visited as a child.

Well that is the Historic relevance of 5 Enclosure, but now here was the problem, the home had been on the market for a good solid year listed with 2 other brokers that could not sell the home, A lot of people complained about the curb appeal so I had to figure out a way to get people in the home and this was where I started. The First thing  I did was great photography of course, and then an awesome 3D Tour that you can view here.

I took over the listing in Early December and we found a buyer in 45 days! here is what I did.

We Did The First SANTA OPEN HOUSE!!!!

5 Enclosure NutleyThe open house was a smashing hit! we had dozens of people come to the house and see the great work that was put into the home and then we started gaining traction, We had a massive online presence we built for each Social Media Platform,  Facebook, Instagram, You Tube & Re-Targeting Campaigns before the next open house, several people came back and they were taking a second look at the home, that is when we found our buyer, A Canadian couple that were relocating and fell in Love with the town of Nutley, they came to our Open House and then I sent them a link to the 3D Walk Through and I was tracking who kept looking at the house, the Canadian couple fell in love with the home and wound up purchasing the property, If it were not for our massive online campaign that home be still be looking for an owner.

How I Reach NYC Home Buyers For Nutley Home Sellers

How I Reach NYC Home Buyers For NYC Home Sellers

Our Latest Ad In The Nutley Journal

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3 Reasons to move from NYC to Nutley NJ

Why Moving to Nutley New Jersey Makes Sense for NYC CommutersFranklin Ave in Nutley NJSee All Homes For Sale Now

1. The Commute

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Nutley NJ is located 16 Miles from NYC, It is home to many NYC Commuters that go into Manhattan every day, you can get there several different way, Bus, Train or Drive to the Waterway and pop right into Mid-Town. Many new home owners love the fact that you have plenty of restaurants and activities always going on around town, local to Rt 3 and the Parkway It is easy to find something to do on the weekends with the kids and family.

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2. The Family Friendly Environment

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Nutley is known for it’s Schools & Massive Parks System, You can travel from one end of town to the other end just by walking through the parks that are spread throughout the  Township. Residents are all about community, on  nice summer day you will see the parks filled with kids and families just enjoying the town and all it has to offer young families.

3.The Gorgeous Homes For Sale in Nutley

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Nutley has everything from 3 Bedroom 2 Bath Starter Homes, to Luxury Homes on some of the original streets of the town and also several condo and town home communities that are for rent and sale in town. You can buy a 3 bedroom 2 bath home with a nice yard in Nutley for about $350k-$450k, you can also purchase one of these lovely c0-ops in Arbor Hills for Under $120k if that is something you are looking for. Some of the homes on the township were built in the early 1900’s, we have some grand Victorian homes that were also built by some famous Architects as well.

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