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If you just passed your test and want to get a head start in one of our 4 downtown offices callResources Real Estate Luxury Real Estate in Monmouth County, NJ 732-212-0440 Barbara Birkitt today at 732-212-0440 or email bbirkitt@resourcesrealestate.com.

Where: 65 First Avenue, Atlantic Highlands
When: Friday, October 6, 2017
9:45 AM to 12:45 PM

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Resources Real Estate Luxury Real Estate in Monmouth County, NJ 732-212-0440Join Us for Bagels and Coffee and Set a Course for Your Career! Register for Resources Real Estate‘s Career Breakfast at our Red Bank Office by calling or texting JoAnn Kulat at 732-778-8150.

Where: Resources Real Estate – 4A West Front Street, Red Bank, NJ
When: September 30, 2017 – 10:30 AM-12 PM

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The New 2017 2nd Quarter RESOURCE Report is Here!

Resources Real Estate Luxury Real Estate in Monmouth County, NJ 732-212-0440In the heat of summer most people are more likely to be choosing between beach or pool rather than move or stay and with 2nd quarter now behind us we can understand why the frazzled competition to find a new home this past spring might make the prospect of lounging in the deep end with a frozen margarita a distinctly more satisfying choice.

Resources Real Estate Luxury Real Estate in Monmouth County, NJ 732-212-0440In much of our market we find available inventory significantly depleted: increased sales in 75% of our market survey towns (as well as county-wide) have been followed by little more than the sound of flip flops running to the ice cream truck rather than the sight of new homes coming on market.

Inventory is down —sometimes way down (down 53% in Oceanport!)— down in all but one of these surveyed markets. This has proven to be a somewhat frustrating process for some homebuyers who are eager to move but are tired of losing out in multiple bid situations.

And while many think that the seller’s side of the patio is more desirable, price point is still a key factor. Two thirds of markets surveyed showed increases in median sale prices since last year and in those areas where the median sale price was $550,000 or less, sales have been brisk. However, towns with median prices above that range saw their average days on market actually climb relative to a year ago.

Some of these higher priced markets may need to adjust — while sales in Fair Haven continue to astound (up 60% with a modest 1.9% price increase), Rumson sales were flat and Monmouth Beach was significantly down, both with declining median sale prices.

Our perspective: Sellers reluctant to jump into the pool should see an opportune moment right now as long as they price right. Buyers should not give up hope but rather make sure their ability to perform is attractive and contingency-free as possible.

As always, we’re here to advise, to guide and to help you negotiate the journey (no running around the pool!) We can even make a mean mojito.
Happy Summer!

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Resources Real Estate Luxury Real Estate in Monmouth County, NJ 732-212-0440If you Like Our Weekly Market Buzz then You’ll LOVE The Resources Report!   The RESOURCES Report has a Wealth of Information for Home Buyers and Sellers in Monmouth County.

Don’t Miss Out on Future Issues of The RESOURCES Report!  Need More information?  Call Resources Real Estate at 732-212-0440 or stop into one of our four local offices, Rumson, Red Bank, Atlantic Highlands, or Monmouth Beach Today!