Houses ARE Selling Along the Midtown Direct Trainline
Spring has sprung here in New Jersey and home buyers are coming out in droves. A recent article in The Star Ledger and on NJ.com: Open Houses Are Opening Doors for Buyers
“After what has been a particularly rough housing market in the last few months, real estate agents said things may finally be looking up.”
“When people want to buy, they want to buy, and (homes are) moving,” said Perri Feldman, an agent with Keller Williams Realty who works in towns along the Midtown Direct train line.”
“Springtime is a popular home-buying season €” warmer weather can encourage people to tour the neighborhood, plus buying now gives new owners enough time to finish renovations and move in by the time school starts in the fall. Add to that historically low interest rates, a glut of unsold homes, a job market that is slowly improving and homes priced under $600,000 that may finally align again with prospective homeowners salaries, and buyers who were on the fence are starting to make decisions now.”
Just last weekend, I was out with four buyers from Short Hills and Livingston, to Verona, to Roxbury, to Westfield and Scotch Plains…two strong offers were written and we are waiting to hear back from the sellers.
Want to learn more about the towns adjacent to and along the Midtown Direct Line to NYC…please give me a shout at 973.650.4727 or email Perri@MidtownDirectHomes.com.