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      Handling The Stress of Selling and Buying a Home

      Part of my specialty as a real estate agent is managing stress for my clients.  It means a lot to me when clients tell me at closing, “Wow, Matt, I can’t believe how smoothly everything went.”  It’s a badge of honor for me when I hear things were “stress free” or “low pressure” from my clients’ perspective.

      Even in the best case scenario, every real estate transaction comes with a little stress.  If you consider WHY most people are buying or selling a home, the motivation usually comes from either positive or negative life change.  Marriage, the birth of a child, the death of a spouse, divorce, a new job, downsizing… all are common reasons people buy or sell a home.

      It’s no surprise that these major life changes are also listed on the “Holmes and Rahe stress scale,” a list of 43 life events which can contribute to illness (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Holmes_and_Rahe_stress_scale).  The ability to manage the stress associated with these events isn’t just about feeling good… it’s also a crucial component of maintaining our health along the way.

      Since I’m always on the lookout for ways to reduce my clients‘ stress levels during this time of transition, I was thrilled to find this excellent article from Reader’s Digest called “37 Stress Management Tips” to share with you:


      Enjoy! If you’re looking for an agent to help you with a stress-free real estate transaction, drop me a line today:  973-846-0065 or got to http://www.HomesInNutleyNJ.com


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        Advice for First Time Home Buyers in Nutley NJ

        Buying a home can become a very overwhelming task from picking the right town to picking the right real estate agent, hopefully this article we give you some insight as what to expect when your searching for your first home in Nutley NJ.

        Lets look at Nutley and why it’s a great place to buy a home and raise a family, first off the homes are very affordable these days because of the market itself it truly is a buyers market in Nutley, also Nutley is located about 10 miles from NYC and very commutable from town, you have your choice bus, train, car whichever you choose Nutley is a great town for working professionals who commute to NYC.

        Nutley boasts one of the best Town home complexes on the North East, Cambridge Heights, where you can find a town home from $295k-$500k a gated community with a pool, tennis courts and transportation to New York City, Nutley also is very family friendly from the top notch school system to the wonderful parks the town has to offer.

        The first thing you will need to do is find out what type of home you can afford, my web site has all the tools you need to figure that out also you can view every home available for sale in Nutley.

        The next thing to do is to find yourself a Nutley real estate agent you can work with, meet with them ask them all the questions that you may have about the home buying process, while your doing that you should be reviewing your credit and also ask your agent about mortgage companies and if your agent has any recommendations or any mortgage representatives you can consult with before you start viewing homes.

        That is the first step to home ownership in Nutley NJ, if you would like more information you can go to http://www.HomesInNutleyNJ.com and contact me for more information about the home buying process.

        Your Can Search For Homes In Nutley NJ Below

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            As a local Nutley Professional Realtor I have my finger on the pulse of the current market place and even in today’s home selling environment our agency has had much success in marketing properties in Nutley, Belleville, Clifton and Bloomfield, I realize that communication and exposure, exposure, exposure will get your home sold in the quickest way possible. If you list with me I also give you a weekly progress call so you are always kept in the loop on the sale of your home. I do have a very aggressive marketing plan with a very strong on-line presence combine that with the National Brand of COLDWELL BANKER and you have a winning combination, so if you ready to sell call me at 862-228-0554 and we can set up a NO OBLIGATION marketing appointment.

            Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage is your source for Nutley, Belleville & Clifton real estate. If you own real estate that you’re thinking of selling, I would be happy to provide you with a FREE Home Evaluation.

            I Specialize in Town homes & Condos for First Tome Buyers, Some of the complexes I work in are:

            Cambridge Heights in Nutley
            Cambridge Crossings in Clifton
            Essex Park in Belleville
            Riverwalk in Clifton
            And may other local town home communities

            In today’s competitive real estate market, timing is everything. Many good homes are sold before they are ever advertised. Beat other homebuyers to the hottest new homes for sale in Nutley, Belleville & Clifton with my New Listings Notification.

            Whether you are buying or selling a home in Cambridge Heights, Essex Park, Riverwalk or Cambridge Crossings, hire someone like me, who wants to earn your business. I invite you to contact me as I’d be happy to assist you with this important transaction.

            In addition, if you have any general questions about buying or selling real estate in Nutley New Jersey, please contact me as I’m more than willing to help.

            Please browse my website for listings, reports and important local real estate information.

            Go Here To See all available Cambridge Heights townhomes in Nutley NJ

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              Selling or Buying A Home in Nutley NJ, Experience The Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage Difference. We Are The Nutley NJ Real Estate Experts. I Specialize in Townhomes in Cambridge Heights & Cambridge Crossings.

              Thinking About Selling Your Home in Nutley New Jersey

              I believe that selling a home in Nutley in today’s economic environment has to be a “PROACTIVE” approach, no longer can an agent take a listing agreement throw the home up on the Nutley MLS and hope that its sells, we are just not in that type of market  My approach to home selling in Nutley is very different than many of the other agents in Nutley NJ.
              I use all the latest selling tools and technology to market your home in Nutley ie: Web, Social Media, Text Alerts, Personalized direct mail and more. I also use the conventional means as well, I like to create a buzz around your home or real estate you are selling and I treat it just like we would a marketing campaign in Nutley, combined with the Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage Brand We Market Your Nutley property Several Different Ways, Web, Social Media, Print, TV, Radio, Ask about our “LEAD ROUTER DIRECT RESPONSE” Marketing Program & our Coldwell Banker Home Warranty if your agent does not offer this they are not a COLDWELL BANKER Residential Brokerage.

              Here are some of the marketing components I use to get your home sold:

              -Multiple MLS Listings (Garden State & New Jersey MLS)

              -Direct Mail Announcing The Sale of Your Home

              -Lead Router Online Marketing System (*Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage Only)

              -Coldwell Banker Web Sites (www.coldwellbanker.com & www.cbmoves.com)

              -Trulia, Yahoo, Google, Bing, Zillow, NYtimes, NJ.com and 300 other web sites

              -Local “Nutley” Web Sites (localized web campaign) (*Matthew DeFede Only)

              -Social Media Sites (Facebook, Twitter & MySpace) (*Matthew DeFede Only)

              -Open Houses advertised in News Print & Web (*Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage Only)

              -Coldwell Banker Home Warranty Program (*Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage Only)

              and so much more, selling homes and real estate in Nutley is my passion!

              “Ask About Our Cambridge Heights Townhome Marketing Program”

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                Are you thinking about selling your home in Nutley NJ and you are interviewing Realtors. Here is what to ask.

                #1 Are You A Franchise Company or Part of a Larger Firm, Just because the office looks impressive does not mean the agents are.

                #2 What is your Marketing Plan for my home? do you have it in print, don’t just give me lip service about who you know in town, sometimes an agents reputation is more important than all the marketing they may do. Ask around about your agent before you sign that listing agreement.

                #3 Will you do an open house at least 2-3 times per month? Where do you advertise my Open House? Will you put it online and inthe Newspaper?

                #4 Once I sign the Listing agreement are you just going to hand me off to one of your assistants? Some agents use assistants like gophers and just wind up handing your most valuable asset off to an under qualified assistant or other agent and you never hear from that agent again until it’s time to re-list. Insist on a call every week for a status update, usually Monday mornings are the best time to schedule these calls.

                #5 Find out how much traffic your home get’s on the weekends (if the property is vacant) also have a lock box installed, does not matter if its a rental or sale, every listing should be treated equal.

                #6 Ask about the commission your paying, are they giving and equal share to participating brokers? this can out you at a disadvantage if they are not.

                #7 Do you offer a home warranty like Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage does?

                #8 What if I want to break my listing agreement with my firm, can I do that?

                I hope these 8 questions help you flush out which Real Estate firm you decide to list your home with in Nutley, please contact me if you have any questions.

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                  Are You A New Real Estate Agent in Nutley in the Process of Choosing A Broker?

                  Are you a new Real Estate agent in Nutley NJ?Well here is my opinion on picking an agency to hang your license at, here are a couple of questions that I would ask your potential Broker and don’t think its all about the split, there is allot more to the business than just the split like the following couple of questions you should be asking:

                  1) As the Broker/Manager do you compete for listings with your agents?
                  2) What is your training process, do you have one? if so do you have it in writing?
                  3) Do you rotate floor time rather than have the same agent on the same days all the time?
                  4) What is your marketing strategy and how will you highlight me and help me build my business?
                  5) Are you a franchise and if so what type of marketing support do you get?
                  6) Can I brand myself on all my marketing material, mailers & signs?
                  7) What is the office policy on leads, do you have that in writing?
                  8) Do you suppliment my marketing efforts, do you share costs for mailings, ads etc.

                  Also I would ask around town and see what your potential brokers reputation is, will it hurt you if they have a bad reputation, will it hurt your business? these are very important questions to get you started off on the right path of real estate success.

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                    Where To Put Your Money

                    As in many aspects of life, the key to real estate investing can be location, location, location. While real estate is perhaps more complicated than hoping for foot traffic at a restaurant with a prime location, location does certainly play a part in the possible viability of a rental property. There are a few things you can look for in the area of your possible real estate investment that can tell you some important things about the possible long-term health of your potential investment.

                    Check For Growth

                    Is the area you’re looking at experiencing strong population and job growth? These are two important economic indicators that can help you decide whether a particular area is ripe for real estate investment opportunities. Local government web sites and federal reports are readily available with population and job growth information.

                    While the benefits of an increased local population are obvious, job growth that exceeds that population growth level can indicate a prospering community with money to spend. Areas that prosper are potential candidates for increased rent payments over time, one sure way to put you on the road to profitability with your real estate investment.

                    With job growth comes quality of life and as qualify of life improves in the area of your investment, so too grows the level of rent you can charge. It is a tried and true fact that people will pay more to live in an area they enjoy, so the prospect of an area growing more and more attractive will directly influence the financial state of your potential real estate investment.

                    The Real Estate Market

                    What is the construction atmosphere of the area like? Areas that are seeing a boom in new home construction often experience those booms because of favorable job growth, income growth and other factors. However, for an area where building permits are outpacing new population, that could be an early indicator of an over supply of real estate that could lead to depressed prices for rent payments.

                    The best case scenario is an area where few homes are for sale, pumping up demand, and where new home construction is strong but not out of control. That can be a fine line, but because any investment takes a great amount of homework and research, it is something that should be investigated over the course of your decision-making process on a new investment.

                    The Land Crunch

                    Just as a low supply of homes on the market can produce an upwards trend for housing prices and, subsequently, the level of rent you can charge, so too can a low level of land available to build on. In an area where population is growing and jobs are strong, all of these new people have to go somewhere.

                    Whenever more people want to move into an area than there are homes for those people to live in, you will see an upward slope for home prices and viable rent payments. If there is little land left to build on, those buildings that are already built will be able to charge more for their rent payments, putting your investment further towards profitability and the long-term benefit of owning property in an attractive part of town.

                    All of this initial information will not guarantee a profit on a rental property, but these are crucial steps to take when evaluating whether you want to put your hard-earned money into a real estate property that is sure to experience the ups and downs of the local economy. Especially for properties outside of your own home area, knowing the state of both the growth of the population and the home construction industry will help you more accurately predict the future viability of your investment.

                    This is another original article by Joe Lane, co-owner of The Lane Real Estate Team at http://www.joelane.com/. Are you looking for an experienced Tri City WA Real Estate agency? With 20 years of service based, business experience, Joe and Colleen Lane work hard to serve home buyers and sellers for the Tri Cities of Washington’s Kennewick, Richland, Pasco, and surrounding areas.

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