Ho-Ho-Kus is a small community in northern New Jersey, just a half hour from downtown Manhattan. The residents and civic government officials are concerned with maintaining the small town feel of the village: they like their quiet, small town the way it is. If residents want the excitement of the big city, Manhattan is just that short commute away. There aren't even any supermarkets here; the closest ones you are going to find are found in the communities surrounding Ho-Ho-Kus. You'll only find a few pharmacies, antique stores and restaurants in the downtown area. But, residents wouldn't have it any other way and it's easy to understand why. With a low crime rate and palpable serenity, the town's atmosphere is as invigorating as it is serene!
Found 3 blog entries for August 2014.
Selecting the right real estate professional can be one of the most important decisions you'll have to make once you've decided to sell your home. They are the professionals that will be able to offer you the best insight into the real estate market in your area and may be able to get you a better than expected price. But, it's important you know what you are getting into as this individual will be privy to a great deal of your personal information and you will be placing a lot of trust in their hands. Here are 6 important questions you need to ask before you hire a New Jersey real estate agent.
6 - How Long Have You Been in the Business? Can You Provide References?
It's important to know how much experience your agent has in the business and what…
Buyers looking for homes in Ridgewood, NJ are not only looking at the state’s best real estate offerings, but also setting themselves up for exciting town life. Thanks to The Ridgewood Guild, our lovely town has a strong sense of community, and residents often come together for the events and festivals that the guild puts on. Not to mention that members can reap the benefits of the guild’s many discounts and promotions at participating businesses.
Let’s take a look at what the Ridgewood Guild has to offer.
- Yearly Plant-A-Thons see residents decorate empty planter boxes with donated flowers from the local Goffle Brooke Farms. Volunteers are needed in the spring.
- Open-air concerts are a staple to Ridgewood’s Friday nights. Music In The