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SOLDNovember 2007 Home SalesThe New York City Real Estate market is thriving and homes along the Midtown Direct Train line and the 78/24 and 280 corridors are benefiting from it.
Buyers shut out of the NYC market are coming to New Jersey taking advantage of well priced homes.

Below are the November (11/1/2007–11/30/2007) closed sales of single family homes provided by the Garden State MLS.November 2007 Home Sales   

NOVEMBER 2007 HOME SALES              

November 2007 Home Sales


Perri K Feldman

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    5 thoughts on “Homes Are Selling In NJ”

    • CharlotteRealEstate

      December 4, 2007 at 9:55 am

      GREAT November Home sales report for Essex, Morris and Union County New Jersey..good to have a real estate expert reporting. I will have great Charlotte real estate news soon as well. Thanks Perri
      Terry McDonald

    • Sandi Bauman

      December 4, 2007 at 1:39 pm

      Great to hear that the market in Essex, Morris and Union counties is thriving– it’s about time we hear some good news!

    • Perri K. Feldman

      December 13, 2007 at 8:19 pm

      December is shaping up to be even stronger…will let you know. The Midtown Direct Train line into NYC and the 24/78 industrial corridor are helping to maintain our market.

    • Lake Martin Voice

      December 17, 2007 at 12:44 pm

      Perri- How many homes are for sale right now in the Garden State MLS? So, your MLS covers three counties, Essex, Morris, and Union? Sounds like a big area.

    • Perri K. Feldman

      December 17, 2007 at 8:13 pm

      Hey there Alabama, We may be small, but we pack a Big Punch. In Essex, Morris & Union Counties we have 8794 homes for sale today. It makes life interesting as an agent. No wonder we are the most densely populated state!!!
      The key is to focus on a core group of people that want an easy commute into NYC…whether they live in a condo, single family home or apartment. We have it all!!!

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