Tuesday, May 31, 2011

Market Updates - Weekly Key Interest Rates by HobokenRealestateMonitor.com


Provided by Donna Antonucci
Prudential Castle Point Realty
201-240-6832
donnaantonucci@gmail.com




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Monday, May 30, 2011

Housing and Economic Forecast Points to Rising Activity




WASHINGTON, May 12, 2011- Courtesy of the National Association of Realtors

Home sales are expected to stay on an uptrend through 2012, although the performance will be uneven with mortgage constraints weighing on the market, according to experts at a residential real estate forum today at the Realtors® Midyear Legislative Meetings & Trade Expo here.


Lawrence Yun, NAR chief economist, said existing-home sales have been underperforming by historical standards and will rise gradually but unevenly. “If we just hold at the first-quarter sales pace of 5.1 million, sales this year would rise 4 percent, but the remainder of the year looks better,” Yun said. “We expect 5.3 million existing-home sales this year, up from 4.9 million in 2010, with additional gains in 2012 to about 5.6 million – that’s a sustainable level given the size of our population.”

Mortgage interest rates should rise gradually to 5.5 percent by the end of the year and average 6.0 percent in 2012 – still relatively affordable by historic standards.

“A huge volume of cash sales, supported by the recovery in the stock market, show that smart money is chasing real estate. This implies that there could be a sizeable pent-up demand if mortgages become more readily accessible for qualified buyers,” Yun said. “The problem isn’t with interest rates, but with the continuation of unnecessarily tight credit standards that are keeping many creditworthy buyers from getting a loan despite extraordinarily low default rates over the past two years.”

Yun said that if credit requirements returned to normal, safe standards, home sales would be 15 to 20 percent higher. He added that some parents are buying homes with cash for their children, and offering them loans which provide better returns than bank accounts or CDs.

Yun projects the Gross Domestic Product to grow 2.5 percent this year and 2.7 percent in 2012, adding 1.5 million to 2 million jobs yearly over the next two years. The unemployment rate should decline to 8.8 percent by the end of 2011 and average 8.6 percent next year, returning to a normal level of 6 percent around 2015.

Housing starts are forecast to rise but remain below long-term trends, reaching 603,000 in 2011, up from 595,000 last year, and continue growing to 908,000 in 2012. New-home sales are seen at a record low 320,000 this year, rising to 487,000 in 2012. “A recovery in new homes will be slow because of the extra price discount in the existing home market,” Yun noted. In March, the typical new single-family home cost $53,300 more than an existing home.

Inflation appears to be relatively modest for now, with the Consumer Price Index rising 2.9 percent this year. “We’ll be closely watching the impact of fuel costs on consumer spending and inflation – that would slow economic growth, job creation and home sales,” Yun said.

Apartment rents are trending up, and are likely to rise at faster rates as vacancies decline. Following the correction in home prices, it has now become more affordable to buy in most of the country. “Twice as many renters had enough income to buy a home in 2010 in comparison with 2005, so we have a much larger pool of financially qualified renters,” Yun said. “Rising rents and excellent housing affordability conditions will encourage potential buyers who’ve been on the sidelines.”

Yun expects the median existing-home price to remain near $170,000 over the next two years, which would mark four consecutive years of essentially no meaningful price change.

Frank Nothaft, chief economist at Freddie Mac, holds similar views on the outlook. “Economic activity will accelerate this year – there will be no double dip in the economy,” he said. Nothaft is more optimistic on job growth, expecting 2.0 million to 2.5 million jobs created in 2011 with unemployment dropping to 8.4 percent by the end of the year.

Nothaft expects the 30-year fixed-rate mortgage to trend up to 5.25 percent by the end of the year, and for home sales to rise 5 percent. “National home price indices are close to a bottom and prices are likely to bottom sometime this year,” he said.

Refinancing activity in 2011 will be only half of what it was last year. “As a result, banks may become more willing to lend to home buyers,” Nothaft said.

The National Association of Realtors®, “The Voice for Real Estate,” is America’s largest trade association, representing 1.1 million members involved in all aspects of the residential and commercial real estate industries.

Information provided by Donna Antonucci
Prudential Castle Point Realty
201-240-6832

donnaantonucci@gmail.com

www.hobokenrealestatemonitor.com


Friday, May 27, 2011

Weekly Real estate Stats Report For Downtown JC With New & Active Listing Details



Downtown Jersey City Weekly statistics from Hoboken Real Estate Monitor.

Hoboken's Weekly Statistics will continue to be posted on Thursday mornings.  Downtown JC stats will be posted on Fridays.   In addition to posting them, the latest version will be available through the Weekly Statistics Icon on the right vertical nav bar. 






Here is the link to the Downtown Jersey City statistics:


Downtown JC Stats


The statistics contain links to the listings that compiled the price per square foot so you can see exactly what amenity and finish level are included.  They contain live links to all Active, Under Contract and Sold listings.

Each week the new listings for the week will be in separate links by neighborhood so you can quickly see what came on the market in a given week.  

The Downtown Jersey City Statistics are broken down  at the neighborhood level:
  • Newport/Pavonia
  • Hamilton Square
  • Harsmis Cove
  • Powerhouse District
  • Van Vorst Park
  • Liberty Harbor
  • Harborside
  • Paulus Hook
  • Western Edge

The first rule in real estate is location, location, location.  By breaking down the downtown areas into neighborhoods, you get a much finer understanding of the price per square in the specific area where you are looking .

If you use price per square foot as a measure, it really tells you which areas are more sought after than others.  The more desirable - convenient to public transportation, restaurants and shops, etc. - the higher the price per square foot.  Likewise, if you are willing to go to an up and coming area v an established neighborhood, you can get more space for your money. 



Information Provided by Donna Antonucci
Prudential Castle Point Realty
201-240-6832

donnaantonucci@gmail.com
http://www.hobokenrealestatemonitor.com/


Thursday, May 26, 2011

Weekly Real estate Trend Report for Hoboken With New & Active Listing Details




Did you know that when you sign up for the private view of Hoboken Real Estate Monitor's Weekly statistics you get links by quadrant to all the new and  active listings for the week. They are the Hudson county Multiple Listing Service listings used by realtors which have more information than what's available on typical property search sites.

Sign up today by clicking on any of the links & submitting your email address.  An auto-email will be sent to you with a link to the private view of the statistics. Be sure to sign up for weekly updates and get the stats and the private view of the map each week.

Click here for this weeks statistics.

Use the weekly statistics to track the market.  Bid on your new home with confidence!

See the price per square foot by neighborhood, by the number of bedrooms.  What have units sold for?  What are they listed for today?

Information Provided by Donna Antonucci
Prudential Castle Point Realty
201-240-6832

donnaantonucci@gmail.com

http://www.hobokenrealestatemonitor.com/
http://www.hobokenrealestatevalue.com/
http:www.donnaantonucci.com




Wednesday, May 25, 2011

Hoboken & JC Downtown Open House and New Listing Updates




We will be checking Craig's list, realtor sites, the MLS again later in the week so check back.

We now have listings for For Sale by Owner and Non-Internet listings in the private view of the map.  Sign up today and get the most complete, easy to use open house and new listings map covering both Hoboken and downtown Jersey City. If you get a listing on the private view that lacks a link look on the right for the For Sale By Owner and Non-Internet Listings icon.  We will be integrating this over the next week or so.


Hoboken Real Estate Monitor's Open House Map

Walk around Hoboken on a Saturday or Sunday afternoon, looking at real estate. Get an idea of what your dollar can buy, in what part of town, with what amenity level. The map is refreshed through Thursday afternoon so be sure to stop by again before your weekend search. Sort by price, number of bedrooms or day of week! By subscribing, you will be able to not only get the basics - price, number of bedrooms, and street location but will get the unit number, and the full Multiple Listing Service listing with photos, square footage and more. . . .

Provided by Donna Antonucci
Prudential Castle Point Realty
201-240-6832


donnaantonucci@gmail.com

http://www.hobokenrealestatemonitor.com/
http://www.hobokenrealestatevalue.com/
http://www.donnaantonucci.com/



Tuesday, May 24, 2011

Prudential Real Estate and Relo - Party on the Hudson June 1st.


See the interview on Cablevision about this exciting event.

Over 700 Prudential real estate agents from Manhattan and NJ were invited to this networking event on the Manhattan Yacht Club floating clubhouse.  Jim Mallazzi, CEO of Prudential Real Estate and Relo will be speaking about new marketing programs coming from Prudential.  Mayor Dawn Zimmer will also comment on big business can partner with Main St. to stimulate the local economy.

We have 7 local sponsors:  Prudential Castle Point Realty, Hoboken Real Estate Monitor.com, Jersey City Real Estate Monitor.com, Gull's Cove, 800 Jackson St (Dean Gibel), Well's Fargo Mortgage (Jennifer Curty), Paul J Somerville Design and the Law Offices of Brian Kappock.

For large commercial developers . . . . would you like to be a part of this next year?  It's only going to get bigger.

Call Donna to see how you can sponsor America Blu and be a part of this event.

201-240-6832
donnaantonucci@gmail.com

Here is the interview.















Information Provided by Donna Antonucci
Prudential Castle Point Realty
201-240-6832

donnaantonucci@gmail.com
http://www.hobokenrealestatemonitor.com/





Updated Weekly Key Interest Rates by Real Estate Monitor.com


Provided by Donna Antonucci
Prudential Castle Point Realty
201-240-6832
donnaantonucci@gmail.com




http://www.hobokenrealestatemonitor.com/
http://www.hobokenrealestatevalue.com/
www.donnaantonucci.com

Friday, May 20, 2011

Weekly Real estate Trend Report For Downtown JC With New & Active Listing Details



Downtown Jersey City Weekly statistics from Hoboken Real Estate Monitor.

Hoboken's Weekly Statistics will continue to be posted on Thursday mornings.  Downtown JC stats will be posted on Fridays.   In addition to posting them, the latest version will be available through the Weekly Statistics Icon on the right vertical nav bar. 


Here is the link to the Downtown Jersey City statistics:


Downtown JC Stats


The statistics contain links to the listings that compiled the price per square foot so you can see exactly what amenity and finish level are included.  They contain live links to all Active, Under Contract and Sold listings.

Each week the new listings for the week will be in separate links by neighborhood so you can quickly see what came on the market in a given week.  

The Downtown Jersey City Statistics are broken down  at the neighborhood level:
  • Newport/Pavonia
  • Hamilton Square
  • Harsmis Cove
  • Powerhouse District
  • Van Vorst Park
  • Liberty Harbor
  • Harborside
  • Paulus Hook
  • Western Edge

The first rule in real estate is location, location, location.  By breaking down the downtown areas into neighborhoods, you get a much finer understanding of the price per square in the specific area where you are looking .

If you use price per square foot as a measure, it really tells you which areas are more sought after than others.  The more desirable - convenient to public transportation, restaurants and shops, etc. - the higher the price per square foot.  Likewise, if you are willing to go to an up and coming area v an established neighborhood, you can get more space for your money. 



Information Provided by Donna Antonucci
Prudential Castle Point Realty
201-240-6832

donnaantonucci@gmail.com
http://www.hobokenrealestatemonitor.com/


Thursday, May 19, 2011

Weekly Real estate Stats for Hoboken With New & Active Listing Details




Did you know that when you sign up for the private view of Hoboken Real Estate Monitor's Weekly statistics you get links by quadrant to all the new and  active listings for the week. They are the Hudson county Multiple Listing Service listings used by realtors which have more information than what's available on typical property search sites.

Sign up today by clicking on any of the links & submitting your email address.  An auto-email will be sent to you with a link to the private view of the statistics. Be sure to sign up for weekly updates and get the stats and the private view of the map each week.

Click here for this weeks statistics.

Use the weekly statistics to track the market.  Bid on your new home with confidence!

See the price per square foot by neighborhood, by the number of bedrooms.  What have units sold for?  What are they listed for today?

Information Provided by Donna Antonucci
Prudential Castle Point Realty
201-240-6832

donnaantonucci@gmail.com

http://www.hobokenrealestatemonitor.com/
http://www.hobokenrealestatevalue.com/
http:www.donnaantonucci.com




Wednesday, May 18, 2011

Updated Open House and New Listing For JC Downtown & Hoboken




We will be checking Craig's list, realtor sites, the MLS again later in the week so check back.

We now have listings for For Sale by Owner and Non-Internet listings in the private view of the map.  Sign up today and get the most complete, easy to use open house and new listings map covering both Hoboken and downtown Jersey City. If you get a listing on the private view that lacks a link look on the right for the For Sale By Owner and Non-Internet Listings icon.  We will be integrating this over the next week or so.


Hoboken Real Estate Monitor's Open House Map

Walk around Hoboken on a Saturday or Sunday afternoon, looking at real estate. Get an idea of what your dollar can buy, in what part of town, with what amenity level. The map is refreshed through Thursday afternoon so be sure to stop by again before your weekend search. Sort by price, number of bedrooms or day of week! By subscribing, you will be able to not only get the basics - price, number of bedrooms, and street location but will get the unit number, and the full Multiple Listing Service listing with photos, square footage and more. . . .

Provided by Donna Antonucci
Prudential Castle Point Realty
201-240-6832


donnaantonucci@gmail.com

http://www.hobokenrealestatemonitor.com/
http://www.hobokenrealestatevalue.com/
http://www.donnaantonucci.com/



650 2nd St., 3B - Check out our new listing. 1963 SQ FT, Rare 3 Bed with 20 Ft. Terrace + Parking



$769,000 - a fantastic price for a real 3 bedroom in Hoboken.  

Here is that 3 bedroom you were looking for. Really well built steel and concrete building by a reputable builder. Luxurous 1963 Square feet, 3 bedroom, 2 full bath, formal dining area, large outdoor space with parking.

Come to the area in town where families are flourishing. Daycare in the building. Near what will be the half an acre south west park.

Call me for a showing...

Information Provided by Donna Antonucci
Prudential Castle Point Realty
201-240-6832

donnaantonucci@gmail.com
http://www.hobokenrealestatemonitor.com/


Tuesday, May 17, 2011

Market Updates: Weekly Key Rates by Hoboken Real Estate Monitor.com


Provided by Donna Antonucci
Prudential Castle Point Realty
201-240-6832
donnaantonucci@gmail.com




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www.donnaantonucci.com

Monday, May 16, 2011

Rent Leveling Tenant Disclosure Issued by the City of Hoboken



Rent Leveling Disclosure

The city issued the required disclosure. When the city passed the Ordinance they had to develop this disclosure.

This disclosure has to be given to all of new Tenants who are in a rent controlled unit. They have two years from issuance and receipt of this disclosure to make a claim.

Not all buildings are under rent control. Buildings constructed after 1992 have a 30 year exemption.

Here are other related articles on rent control and leaseing.


http://hobokenrealestatemonitor.blogspot.com/2011/03/new-rent-control-ordinance-passed-on.html - The link above is for the amendment that pass in March.


http://hobokenrealestatemonitor.blogspot.com/2010/11/understand-hobokens-rent-control.html - This link contains the original Ordinance which has now been modified.  You will need to look at the original ordinance and compare it to the amendment to understand what has changed.  The balance of the original ordinance is still in effect.

http://hobokenrealestatemonitor.blogspot.com/2011/01/things-to-consider-when-writing-lease.html  - This is an article regarding leases that may help you understand the impacts of the ordinance along with other things to consider as a Landlord or Tenant when signing a lease.

Please consult your attorney on all legal matters.

Call me if you have any questions.

Donna
201-240-6832


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Prudential Castle Point Realty
201-240-6832

donnaantonucci@gmail.com
http://www.hobokenrealestatemonitor.com/

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Friday, May 13, 2011

Downtown JC Weekly Trend Report With New & Active Listing Details



Downtown Jersey City Weekly statistics from Hoboken Real Estate Monitor.

Hoboken's Weekly Statistics will continue to be posted on Thursday mornings.  Downtown JC stats will be posted on Fridays.   In addition to posting them, the latest version will be available through the Weekly Statistics Icon on the right vertical nav bar. 


Here is the link to the Downtown Jersey City statistics:


Downtown JC Stats


The statistics contain links to the listings that compiled the price per square foot so you can see exactly what amenity and finish level are included.  They contain live links to all Active, Under Contract and Sold listings.

Each week the new listings for the week will be in separate links by neighborhood so you can quickly see what came on the market in a given week.  

The Downtown Jersey City Statistics are broken down  at the neighborhood level:
  • Newport/Pavonia
  • Hamilton Square
  • Harsmis Cove
  • Powerhouse District
  • Van Vorst Park
  • Liberty Harbor
  • Harborside
  • Paulus Hook
  • Western Edge

The first rule in real estate is location, location, location.  By breaking down the downtown areas into neighborhoods, you get a much finer understanding of the price per square in the specific area where you are looking .

If you use price per square foot as a measure, it really tells you which areas are more sought after than others.  The more desirable - convenient to public transportation, restaurants and shops, etc. - the higher the price per square foot.  Likewise, if you are willing to go to an up and coming area v an established neighborhood, you can get more space for your money. 



Information Provided by Donna Antonucci
Prudential Castle Point Realty
201-240-6832

donnaantonucci@gmail.com
http://www.hobokenrealestatemonitor.com/


Weekly statistics Report for Hoboken With New And Active Listing Details




Did you know that when you sign up for the private view of Hoboken Real Estate Monitor's Weekly statistics you get links by quadrant to all the new and  active listings for the week. They are the Hudson county Multiple Listing Service listings used by realtors which have more information than what's available on typical property search sites.

Sign up today by clicking on any of the links & submitting your email address.  An auto-email will be sent to you with a link to the private view of the statistics. Be sure to sign up for weekly updates and get the stats and the private view of the map each week.

Click here for this weeks statistics.

Use the weekly statistics to track the market.  Bid on your new home with confidence!

See the price per square foot by neighborhood, by the number of bedrooms.  What have units sold for?  What are they listed for today?

Information Provided by Donna Antonucci
Prudential Castle Point Realty
201-240-6832

donnaantonucci@gmail.com

http://www.hobokenrealestatemonitor.com/
http://www.hobokenrealestatevalue.com/
http:www.donnaantonucci.com




Wednesday, May 11, 2011

Hoboken & JC Downtown Updated Open House and New Listing




We will be checking Craig's list, realtor sites, the MLS again later in the week so check back.

We now have listings for For Sale by Owner and Non-Internet listings in the private view of the map.  Sign up today and get the most complete, easy to use open house and new listings map covering both Hoboken and downtown Jersey City. If you get a listing on the private view that lacks a link look on the right for the For Sale By Owner and Non-Internet Listings icon.  We will be integrating this over the next week or so.


Hoboken Real Estate Monitor's Open House Map

Walk around Hoboken on a Saturday or Sunday afternoon, looking at real estate. Get an idea of what your dollar can buy, in what part of town, with what amenity level. The map is refreshed through Thursday afternoon so be sure to stop by again before your weekend search. Sort by price, number of bedrooms or day of week! By subscribing, you will be able to not only get the basics - price, number of bedrooms, and street location but will get the unit number, and the full Multiple Listing Service listing with photos, square footage and more. . . .

Provided by Donna Antonucci
Prudential Castle Point Realty
201-240-6832


donnaantonucci@gmail.com

http://www.hobokenrealestatemonitor.com/
http://www.hobokenrealestatevalue.com/
http://www.donnaantonucci.com/



David Reni of Prudential Trys out for the America Blu Sailing Team






The first of many positive outcomes of the Prudential America Blu sponsorship . . . .  David Reni of Prudential asked if he could try out for the open spot on the team.  Last night he came to our shake out sail and tried out for America Blu.  Here he is pictured with Cara Gold (Pit, left) and Eileen McMahon (Main Trimmer, right).  Great job last night David!! 


David grew up sailing and boating in Maryland.  His parents owed marinas.   Chris Hilton, our bowman could not attend the shake out sail.  David filled in on bow on a boat that he was not familiar with and did a great job. 


We were able to raise the new Prudential spinnaker to stretch her in and to remind ourselves why we love the water so much.

www.americablu.blogspot.com


Information provided by Donna Antonucci
Prudential Castle Point Realty
201-240-6832

donnaantonucci@gmail.com

Tuesday, May 10, 2011

Michelangelo's Pieta`s. How did age and life experience impact his work?

Donna Antonucci
Michelangelo's first Pieta! completed when he was just 23.

From looking at the number of reads of my posts, it seems my readers like my pieces on history.  My piece on the Tomba Dei Medici is one of my best read post so I thought I would pass on another from my days studying art history in Florence.

Michelangelo is my favorite artist from the Renaissance.  Many love Leonardo but I see him much more as a scientist than Michelangelo.  Michelangelo's work reaches from Renaissance to Baroque to Abstract centuries before his time, for me, makes him the ultimate master.

One of the things that marked me forever was looking at his Pieta` in San Pietro and looking at it against his other Pieta`, particularly his last Pieta` which sits in the Castello Sforzesco, Milano, Italy.

The most famous Pieta` is his first  -  (1498–1499) is a masterpiece of Renaissance sculpture by Michelangelo Buonarroti, housed in St. Peter's Basilica in Vatican City.  The statue was commissioned for the French cardinal Jean de Billheres, who was a representative in Rome. The statue was made for the cardinal's funeral monument, but was moved to its current location, the first chapel on the right as one enters the basilica, in the 18th century.

It is the only piece Michelangelo ever signed.  The piece shows Mary holding her son with one arm, but the other hand is lifted heavenward. She holds her child and mourns for him, but simultaneously offers him back to his Father above. In Luke chapter 7, when the boy is raised to life, the text says, “He gave him to his mother.”

This Pieta` was completed when he was only 23 years old.  It's a beautiful piece of work and revolutionary in its time for the realism and accuracy but it does lack what comes with life experience.  Mary's face lacks the pain that any mother would feel losing a child. The body of Christ does not show the anguish of what he endured.

Donna Antonucci

This next Pieta` was started by Michelangelo  when he was 72.  He was physically more fit than when he began the last Pieta` but had all of life's experience behind him. 

Michelangelo created this unfinished and broken Pietà between 1547 and 1555. The Pietà was meant for Michelangelo's own tomb, but legend has it that in a fit of frustration (he claimed that the marble was unsuitable), Michelangelo attempted to destroy the work and was stopped by his pupils.

Look at the anguish of Christ's body.

The theme of this Pietà is much changed from Michelangelo's earlier version, for this work focuses on the relentless force of death that draws Christ down with a will that the human figures are powerless to resist. The three figures present are Mary Magdalene, Joseph of Arimathea (often also identified as Nicodemus), and the Virgin. As a group, the figures are so compelling that most visitors do not notice that Christ is missing a leg.

Michelangelo chose the figure of the older man, Joseph of Arimathea, in which to depict his own features, but this calm, compassionate portrayal is far removed from his violent and anguished self-portrait in Last Judgment.

The head of Christ, in contrast to that of the 1498-1499 Pietà, is being cradled not by the Virgin but by Michelangelo's own incarnation of himself. Michelangelo is careful to focus Joseph's energies on the strength and tenderness with which the Savior should be treated in death.


Donna Antonucci


Now look at the Pieta` ai Rondanini.  This Pieta` was started when Michelangelo was 80 years old.

The Rondanini Pietà is a marble sculpture that Michelangelo worked on from the 1550s until the last days of his life, in 1564. It is housed in the Castello Sforzesco in Milano. His final sculpture, the Rondanini Pietà revisited the theme of the Virgin Mary mourning over the body of the dead Christ, which he had first explored in his Pietà of 1499. Like his late series of drawings of the Crucifixion and the sculpture of the Deposition of Christ intended for his own tomb, it was produced at a time when Michelangelo's sense of his own mortality (and with it his spirituality) was growing.

The Rondanini Pietà was begun before the Deposition, although in his dying days Michelangelo hacked at the marble block until only the dismembered right arm of Christ survived from the sculpture as originally conceived. The spectral, waif-like Virgin and Christ are a departure from the idealised figures that exemplified the sculptor's earlier style, and have been said to bear more of a resemblance to the attenuated figures of Gothic sculpture than those of the Renaissance.

When viewing the sculpture from certain rear angles, it looks as if Jesus is holding Mary up with his back, instead of Mary cradling Jesus. It is said that Michelangelo carefully crafted it this way to represent how Jesus's spirit might actually have been comforting Mary in her loss.

Michelangelo worked on this piece up until 6 days before his death at the age of 89.  

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Weichert Realtors
201-240-6832

donnaantonucci@gmail.com



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Prudential Castle Point Realty
201-240-6832
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