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Monday, May 14th, 2012 at 9:26am. 332 Views, 0 Comments.
The 100 Best Communities for Young People presented by ING is an annual competition, now in its sixth cycle, that rewards and recognizes communities making extraordinary efforts to reduce dropout rates and provide outstanding services and supports to their youth. These communities have demonstrated a significant and lasting commitment to their youth for which they deserve to be recognized and commended. Roxbury Township is the ONLY community in New Jersey to receive this award. Through this program Roxbury was awarded a grant of$2,500 to be used to fund local programs for its youth. Congratulations to a great community!
Thursday, September 22nd, 2011 at 10:48am. 838 Views, 0 Comments.
Kiliszek has been with RE/MAX for eight years. He specializes in residential real estate, particularly single family and town homes. He serves Morris County including the townships of Randolph, Denville, Morris Plains, Morristown and Rockaway.
He is a RE/MAX Hall of Fame member, a multi RE/MAX Platinum Club Award recipient and earned the RE/MAX 100 percent Club Award in 2004 and 2006.
Kiliszek has earned designations as certified residential specialist and accredited buyers agent.
In addition, Kiliszek enjoys working and making contributions to Make A Wish Foundation. To…
Wednesday, September 21st, 2011 at 11:48am. 488 Views, 0 Comments.
New Jersey's Bulk Sale Act Revised.
On September 14, 2011, Governor Christie signed A2748 into law which modifies N.J.S.A. 54:50-38. Under the modified statute the sale of one or two family homes, condominium units or cooperative apartments will not be subject to the NJ Bulk Sale reporting requirements if the seller meets certain requirements. This exemption includes "seasonal rental properties" defined as property rented for less than 125 consecutive days for residential purposes by a person having a permanent place of residence other than the rental property. The new law is retroactive to August 1, 2007, resulting in qualifying sales from that date forward not being subject to bulk sale reporting requirements.
The Seller must be an individual,…
Wednesday, March 9th, 2011 at 2:36pm. 449 Views, 0 Comments.
Unlike practically every financing option, New Jersey VA loans often come with down payments of 0 percent. No conventional loan option comes to close to such savings. Even when paying nothing down, VA loan borrowers can finance the full price of their home in…
Tuesday, October 12th, 2010 at 3:35pm. 786 Views, 0 Comments.
RE/MAX ELITE SERVICES Uses QR Code Technology to Increase Exposure of their Seller's Properties to Consumers Fast and Easy
Denville, New Jersey – "Technology consulting firm Gartner predicts that QR (Quick Response) Code use will explode soon in the United States." says JUSTIN KILISZEK, RE/MAX ELITE SERVICES. "We now have QR Codes for all of our listings that allow consumers to scan them with their smart phones and see detailed property information for the listing such as the walk score, Google Maps with street views, school information and much more right from the Yard Sign, Property Flyers, Postcards and other places where it was never possible before."
Similar to bar codes, QR codes allow people standing in front of a home to use a QR…
Monday, September 13th, 2010 at 2:31pm. 269 Views, 0 Comments.
Close by Sept. 30 to Receive Homebuyer Tax Credit
Close by Sept. 30 to Receive Homebuyer Tax Credit
U.S. homebuyers who are eligible for a Homebuyer Tax Credit have until Sept. 30 to close the transaction and receive the credit.
Congress has extended the closing deadline, which had been June 30, by three months. The action affects an estimated 180,000 homebuyers who, because of circumstances beyond their control, had been unable to close on their purchase by the original deadline.
One factor in the backlog is that many of these transactions are Short Sales that often require extended time to complete.
RE/MAX has more than 15,000 agents specially trained in working with Short Sales and in helping homeowners avoid foreclosure. Find an agent in your area…
Thursday, March 25th, 2010 at 1:22pm. 264 Views, 0 Comments.
Marketing Your New Jersey Home
Selling your home is no simple matter. It involves complex financial and personal decisions. It takes more than a For Sale sign in your yard to generate serious buyers, especially since 40 percent of home buyers relocate from out of town. It takes endless phone calls and appointments as well as technological savvy and exclusive connections.
That's why you deserve top-caliber service from a real estate professional who will listen to your needs and produce outstanding results. With years of experience in the business, I can provide you the expertise and personalized attention you expect - even after the transaction is completed. I know this is most likely your greatest asset marked with your lifestyle, values and memories.…
Thursday, March 11th, 2010 at 1:40pm. 274 Views, 0 Comments.
We Will Help You Discover What Is Important To You
Whether this is your first home or your last, it's probably the single most important and expensive purchase you'll ever make. That's why you deserve a real estate professional with the knowledge and skill to assist you in making informed decisions and to negotiate on your behalf.
With years of experience in the business, my team and I can provide you the expertise and personalized attention you expect and deserve- before, during and after the transaction. At The Justin Kiliszek Home Selling Team we will take the time to discover what is important to you and work diligently until you are completely satisfied.
Wednesday, December 2nd, 2009 at 10:39pm. 216 Views, 0 Comments.
The OTTEAU Report – Market Commentary by Jeffrey OtteauNJ Housing Market Continues to Improve
The New Jersey housing market recorded the highest number of October home sales of the past 3 years and recorded an impressive 55% increase over the same month last year. After rising at a rapid pace during the late Spring months of this year, contract-sales have defied the traditional ‘end of summer’ sales slump by averaging 7,100 monthly sales for the 5 months. For example, there were 7,100 contract-sales in October compared to 7,050 back in May. That the pace of sales is holding steady in the face of continuing job losses and rising unemployment is remarkable and highlights the opportunity value resulting from lower home prices and record low mortgage…