Friday, March 30, 2012

JC Weekly Stats - March 28, 2012



























JC Stats Public PDF


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 and 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.

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

www.hobokenrealestatemonitor.com
donna@donnaantonucci.com

Thursday, March 29, 2012

Hoboken Weekly Stats - March 28, 2012



Hoboken Stats Public PDF

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 and 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.

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

www.hobokenrealestatemonitor.com
donna@donnaantonucci.com














Wednesday, March 28, 2012

Open House and New Listings Map from Hoboken Real Estate Monitor.com, March 27, 2012


The Open House and New Listings Map no longer requires you to sign up before viewing the open house and new listings.  Just click and go....

Print your results in a list form, print listing flyers with full listing details.

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.donnaantonucci.com/



Monday, March 26, 2012

Despite lingering uncertainty, survey says brokers, developers and lenders expect more activity in 2012.


Courtesy of the Northeast Real Estate Business. ...

By Jaime Lackey

Most brokers, developers and lenders expect business activity to increase in 2012 compared to 2011, according to a survey of more than 160 commercial real estate professionals across the Northeast. Northeast Real Estate Business conducted the exclusive survey in late 2011.

Broker Insights

Just over two-thirds of the brokers responding to the survey indicate that they expect their firm’s total leasing and sales transaction volume (by dollar amount) to increase in 2012 compared to 2011. Of these brokers with a positive outlook on the coming year, 29.4 percent expect growth of 5 to 10 percent; 33.3 percent expect growth of 11 to 15 percent; 17.6 percent expect growth of 16 to 20 percent; and 15.7 percent expect growth of more than 20 percent. Brokers expect the highest velocity of sales activity in the multifamily, medical office, and single-tenant retail, followed by grocery- and drugstore-anchored retail and downtown office space. Brokers expect to see low sales activity in the suburban office, retail mall, lifestyle and power center, and hotel sectors.


According to the survey responses, brokers anticipate that property sales and new leases or renewals will drive the majority of revenue growth for brokerage firms in 2012, but distressed asset services will continue to drive significant revenue as well. By the numbers, what percentage of brokers anticipate the following business lines will be among the biggest drivers of revenue growth at their firm? Property sales (60.6 percent), new leases and lease renewals (59.2 percent), distressed asset services (26.8 percent), capital market services (19.7 percent), valuations and consulting (18.3 percent), and corporate real estate services (16.9 percent).
In the office sector, respondents anticipate that healthcare will be the greatest driver of office leasing activity in 2012, followed by biotech firms, technology, education and pharmaceuticals.
Developer/Owner Insights
Potential buyers in the market will outnumber companies looking to sell. Just over 60 percent of survey respondents indicate that their company will be a net buyer of real estate in the Northeast in 2012, while 16.9 percent intend to be net sellers of properties and 20.3 percent plan to maintain status quo, neither increasing nor decreasing the size of their holdings. Buyers indicate they are most interested in drugstore- and grocery-anchored retail centers, multifamily properties, retail malls, single-tenant retail, and mixed-use properties.
When it comes to new projects, companies are feeling more confident and moving forward on development plans. Nearly half of the representatives from development companies that participated in our survey indicate that their company will be breaking ground on a project in the Northeast this year. Thirty percent of respondents whose companies will break ground on a new project this year will develop single-tenant retail properties, 23 percent will develop drugstore- and grocery-anchored retail centers, 20 percent will develop hotel properties and 20 percent will develop multifamily properties.
As landlords, most property owners do not expect 2012 to put them in a better position for negotiating leases. For retail properties, 68 percent of respondents expect their negotiating leverage to be the same or weaker than it was in 2011. At office properties, 40.9 of respondents expect negotiating leverage to be the same or weaker while 27.3 percent don’t know what to expect from the coming year. At industrial properties, 42.9 percent expect their leverage to be the same or weaker and 33.3 percent are uncertain what leverage they will have.
Lender Insights
Almost 85 percent of the lender survey participants expect their companies to loan more dollars in 2012 than in 2011. Only 3.8 percent of lender and intermediary respondents expect to loan less money while 11.5 percent anticipate lending approximately the same amount this year as they did last year. Of the respondents that anticipate an increase in lending volume, 18.2 percent anticipate growth of 6 to 10 percent; 31.8 percent anticipate growth of 11 to 15 percent; 16 to 20 percent anticipate growth of 18.2 percent; and 31.8 percent anticipate growth of more than 20 percent. (See chart to the right.) Across the board, most lenders and intermediaries expect refinancing to make up the bulk of activity at their firms, accounting for an average of approximately 48 percent at these firms, while acquisition financing is expected to account for 30 percent of activity and renovation or redevelopment financing should account for just over 10 percent of lending activity.
Nearly 81 percent of respondents rate multifamily properties among the most attractive asset classes for lenders, while 42.3 percent voted for medical office, 30.8 percent voted for downtown office, another 30.8 percent voted for student housing, and 26.9 percent voted for industrial.
What factors do lenders expect to impact the availability and cost of debt capital this year? The greatest impact will come from the general health of the U.S. economy. See the chart on page 30 for the range of opinions on other factors, including Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac, the Dodd-Frank Act, the volume of distressed real estate, and the 2012 presidential race.
Comments from the Brokerage Community
We are finally closing transactions with realistic people and firms that have adjusted to current pricing and market conditions. It has been a long haul and we survived this brutal downturn by providing fee services that were creditable against future commission.
— Tom Hill III, Tom Hill Realty & Investment LLC

I am fairly confident that investment property values in the multifamily and office categories are at or close to their lows for this cycle. I believe that astute investors are beginning to realize this and, as a result, deal velocity should begin to increase within the next 3 to 5 months.
— Mark Berezin, president of Infinity Real Estate Group, Inc.

Landlords and property owners need to stop using broker commissions as the bargaining chip with tenants to sweeten their end of the deal or to make the economics work. If the deal doesn’t work, then don't do it! Don't try to make it work at the expense of the hardworking broker bringing the deal. Ask your attorney, architect, or contractors to reduce their fees or take extended payments to make the deal work and see what they say. — Anonymous

Survey Methodology
In November, Northeast Real Estate Business e-mailed invitations to three separate groups — leasing and investment sales brokers, lenders and financial intermediaries, as well as owners and developers — to participate in an online survey. The purpose of the survey was to gauge leasing and investment sales activity in the Northeast and to capture financing and development trends. A second e-mail blast followed in late November. An invitation to participate in the survey also was included in the Northeast Real Estate Business e-newsletter. The brokerage survey yielded 80 responses with 30 percent of participants holding the title of CEO, CFO, president, partner, or chairman of the board. The developer/owner survey yielded 60 responses. About half of respondents in this group are among the top executives at their firms. Lastly, the lender survey garnered 26 responses. Nearly 20 percent of respondents to the lender survey are in the executive management ranks.




Donna Antonucci
Prudential Castle Point Realty
201-240-6832

donna@donnaantonucci.com

Friday, March 23, 2012

JC Weekly Stats - March 21, 2012


JC Stats Public PDF


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 and 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.

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
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www.hobokenrealestatemonitor.com
donna@donnaantonucci.com






Thursday, March 22, 2012

Hoboken Weekly Stats - March 21, 2012



Hoboken Stats Public PDF

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 and 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.

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

www.hobokenrealestatemonitor.com
donna@donnaantonucci.com














Wednesday, March 21, 2012

Open House and New Listings Map from Hoboken Real Estate Monitor.com, March 21, 2012



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

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











Friday, March 16, 2012

Do you know there are some buildings in Hoboken that are exempt from Rent Control? Which ones are they and why?



Hudson Tea was an Industrial to Residential conversion  and is exempt from  Hoboken's Rent Control Ordinance
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In Hoboken rent control effects every rental except in certain cases....In 1988 and amended in 1992 a law was passed that exempted new construction and industrial to residential conversions.  The builder had to apply for it within a certain timeframe in relation to obtaining the Certificate of Occupancy.

If you are buying a newly constructed unit even if you plan to live in it, you should asked the developer via attorney review if he/she applied for an exemption.  You may be planning on living in it and never renting it but the more flexible your unit is in terms of use, the more valuable it is vs a similar unit that does not have such an exemption.

I obtained a list through the Rent Leveling Office of all the buildings they were aware of that had such an exemption.  The rents in these buildings are unconstrained by Rent Control Ordinances.  There is a state rental increase limit of 25% in a year and the Tenant always has the right to take the landlord to court to claim a rental increase was "unconscionable".

Here is the list.  Was your building built after 1992?  Is your building on the list?
  • 1100 Adams St. 
  • 1118 Adams St.
  • 50 Bloomfield/51 Garden St.
  • 5 & 10 Clinton St./15 Grand St.
  • 101 Clinton St. 
  • 217-219 Clinton St. 
  • 1016-1024 -1026 Clinton St. 
  • 1039-1043 Clinton St.
  • 1300 Clinton St.
  • 700 1st St.
  • 202 204 206 Grand St.
  • 223-225 Grand St. 
  • 632-634 Grand St. 
  • 712 Grand St.
  • 812 Grand St./401 9th St.
  • 1313 Grand St.
  • 601-633 Harrison St.
  • 1500 Hudson
  • 1 Independence Court
  • 600-632 Jackson St. 
  • 406 Jefferson St.
  • 800 Jefferson St. 
  • 1000 Jefferson St./1000 Madison St. 
  • 1017-1031 Jefferson St. 
  • 1100-1110 Jefferson St. 
  •  212-214 Madison St. 
  • 716 Madison St.
  • 800 Madison St. 
  • 1125 Maxwell Lane
  • 409 9th St.
  • 77 Park Ave.
  • 1500 Washington St. 
  • 830 Hudson St. 



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


JC Weekly Stats - March 15, 2012


JC Stats Public PDF


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 and 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.

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

www.hobokenrealestatemonitor.com
donna@donnaantonucci.com






Thursday, March 15, 2012

Hoboken Weekly Stats - March 14, 2012



Hoboken Stats Public PDF

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 and 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.

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

www.hobokenrealestatemonitor.com
donna@donnaantonucci.com














Wednesday, March 14, 2012

Open House and New Listings Map from Hoboken Real Estate Monitor.com, March 14, 2012



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

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











Monday, March 12, 2012

Getting Your Garden Ready for Spring




Growing up in the 'burbs', the daughter of Italian parents we always had a vegetable garden.  We had string beans, eggplant, tomatoes of course, squash, pumpkin, strawberries and more.  There really was nothing better than having fresh, just picked string beans at dinner.  In the Summer, we would make home made sauce directly from the tomatoes -- absolutely nothing better.  


My cousin Franco who owns a farm inland from the Amalfi Coast, gave us his tomato seeds and specific instructions on how to grow them - Quando ha piantato dapprima hanno bisogno di molta luce, molto calore. Il suolo deve essere tenuto umido. Una volta germogliano, devono essere tenuto la borsa termica a intorno a 18 a 20 gradi. Quando la pelle esteriore degli inizi di pianta addensarli molto sole, molto calore (26 gradi) e molta acqua. Non sceglierli finché sono delle destre mature sulla vite.  What?  You think I was just going to tell you?  Franco says the Americans grow vegetables for size.  The Italians grow them for taste.


You can have a garden in an urban environment, in fact, the heat of the city can be great for growing some really tasty vegetables.  800 Jackson has an eco roof, many units in town have balconies, terraces and roof decks.  I grew lettuce in containers last year and when I wanted salad, I would just cut what I needed for dinner..... Nothing better.

Here are some tips for getting your urban garden ready for Spring.


1. Start A Batch of Compost – Early Autumn is a great time to start a big batch of compost for use in the Spring. Not only do you have a ton of green material now, but leaves are beginning to fall giving you the “browns” you need as well. Unless you have the space for a huge compost pile that will create and retain its own heat, you’ll want to be sure to use a composter to help keep the material “cooking” during the cooler weather. Unless you live in a warmer climate, you don’t want to keep adding food waste to your composter during the winter months. Put all of your compost materials together within a few weeks and then let it cook.




2. Start a Vermicomposter – A vermicomposter is different than a regular composter in that it makes use of red wiggler worms, instead of heat and microorganisms, to decompose food waste and create nutrient-rich worm castings. We’ve kept a vermicomposter in our home, right next to the garbage can in the kitchen, all winter long and never experienced any odor or worms trying to make a run for it. As long as you give them the food scraps they need (and not more than they can eat before decomposition begins) they are very happy to stay put. If using a vermicomposter that catches “worm tea” (gardener’s black gold), you can use that liquid to naturally fertilize your indoor herb garden. Then in the spring, take all of your worm castings and enrich your garden soil before planting. It’s a great way to keep food waste out of the landfills and have free, organic fertilizer on hand.

3. Sow Plants and Bulbs for OverWintering – Now is the time to plant flower bulbs, garlic, onions and shallots to automatically come up in the spring. There are also many vegetable varieties that can be planted in late summer and early fall for harvest all winter long or spring to life once winter begins to come to a close. Doing this gives you an extra or extended harvest of edibles way before planting your spring/summer garden. These plant varieties include carrots, parsnips, cabbage, kale, chard, Asian greens, broccoli and cauliflower. There are so many more winter vegetables as well.



4. Plant Cover Crops- Cover crops are not just for farmers. For garden areas where you’re not going to grow winter vegetables or if you feel that you need to improve your soil quality, then consider planting a cover crop. Imagine an entire garden bed covered in emerald-green and crimson red flowers (Crimson Clover as pictured above). This is the easiest, most economical and considered one of the best procedures used for proper soil management. The concept is simple: plant one or more specific varieties of crops, let it grow all fall, winter and early spring, then cut it and till the material right into the soil before planting your spring garden. These crops provide the “food” of soil, encourage nitrogen-fixing bacteria to thrive, set down expansive root systems to break up soil, inhibits weed growth and provides organic material to improve soil structure, water retention and aeration. Examples of cover crops are clovers, beans, peas, vetch and favas. Be sure to coat seeds with inoculate if they are not purchased pre-inoculated. Add agricultural limestone or dolomite lime to soil before sowing.

5. Collect Egg Shells- Egg shells are useful in the garden in a few ways. For one, they consist mostly of calcium carbonate which is a valuable nutrient needed in the garden. You can add them to your composter now for decomposition or collected during fall and winter and used in the spring. A common problem with tomatoes, eggplant and peppers is blossom end-rot, which is caused by a calcium deficiency. Many experienced gardeners add a handful of crushed egg shells to the bottom of planting holes for these types of veggie plants to help prevent this common fruit ailment.





Also, by crushing the shells and spreading them around your plants or garden bed perimeter, they can help deter slugs, cutworms and snails. These pests simply find the sharp edges of the shells very uncomfortable to climb through. Eventually, the shells find their way into the soil and enrich it for future crops as well.

If you’re concerned about the possibility of Salmonella finding its way into your garden via egg shells, consider boiling your eggs shells before drying and storing them in airtight containers.

6. Cut Back and Mulch Perennials – You’ve probably invested time and money into your perennials and aren’t real keen about wasting that. To keep your perennials coming back year after year they do need a bit of attention. For perennials that are borderline hardy for your specific hardiness zone, add a few inches of mulch to help insulate the root systems from the extreme cold over the winter. Also, they should to be cut back at some point during the year. You can wait until spring, but it’s certainly a task that can be done right before winter hits and then mark it off of your list of springtime to-do’s. However, you should be wary about cutting your perennials back too early in the fall. Doing so could bring on a spurt of tender growth that doesn’t fare well once the hard frosts hit. So if you choose to tend to this chore in the fall, make it late fall so you don’t get any new growth until spring rolls around. Keep in mind, though, that some perennials display nicely during winter months and maybe that’s something you want to do only in spring once you’re ready for new growth.

7. Remove Stuff You Don’t Want Hanging Around Next Year – Be sure to remove and dispose of any diseased or infected plants. Tomatoes, potatoes and squash family plants are some of the biggest culprits of perpetual garden problems. Blight, powdery mildew and other such diseases can hang around all winter long on infected plants and can adversely affect your garden next year. Do not include infected material in your composter either. You’ll just add it back to your garden next season if you do.

If you want to maintain fine-tuned control over what grows where, be sure to dead-head both annual and perennial flowers. If you allow these plants to develop and drop seeds, you’ll be pulling a lot of unwanted starts next spring! However, some folks like letting nature do their work for them – so it just depends on if you like the well-manicured type of garden or the country cottage look. Also, when it comes to seeds, a lot of perennials have seed clusters that stick around on brown stalks all winter long, but are a food source for birds.

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

donna@donnaantonucci.com
www.hobokenrealestatemonitor.com




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Friday, March 9, 2012

JC Weekly Stats - March 8, 2012


JC Stats Public PDF


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 and 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.

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

www.hobokenrealestatemonitor.com
donna@donnaantonucci.com






Thursday, March 8, 2012

Hoboken Weekly Stats - March 8, 2012



Hoboken Stats Public PDF

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 and 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.

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

www.hobokenrealestatemonitor.com
donna@donnaantonucci.com













Wednesday, March 7, 2012

Open House and New Listings Map from Hoboken Real Estate Monitor.com, March 7, 2012






















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

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



Friday, March 2, 2012

Hoboken Weekly Stats - March 2, 2012





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. Hoboken Stats Public PDF>



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

www.hobokenrealestatemonitor.com
donna@donnaantonucci.com