September 2017

Found 3 blog entries for September 2017.

New Jersey residents have many reasons to enjoy fall. The changing colors of the leaves throughout the state are spectacular (especially in Ridgewood and Bergen County), the temperature for peaceful walks in the many state parks is ideal, and you can catch all the top pro sports teams live, as the Giants, Jets, and Devils are all in action. But perhaps the most underrated advantage of the fall season in New Jersey is the benefits that home sellers have.

You may have heard the common perception that spring is the most popular (and therefore the best) season to sell your home. The term "spring market" comes to mind when referring to the increase of potential buyers that begin to look at homes and inevitably make their purchase. But while it's true

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Even though the summer is over and the weather isn't quite as ideal for outdoor events, that doesn't mean there aren't plenty of fun things to do in Ridgewood and throughout Bergen County. Whether you're looking for fall festivals for kids, adults, or the entire family, there are plenty of autumn events near Ridgewood, NJ that should be suitable for you or your family. October, in particular, is home to a great selection of Halloween events for children and Oktoberfest parties for adults! So if you're looking for fun things to do this fall, here is a sample of some upcoming events in and around Ridgewood that you might like:

If you're also considering buying or selling your home in the Ridgewood and Bergen County area, contact the experts at Tarvin

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It's no secret that $1 million can't buy what it used to and there is no greater evidence of that than the real estate market. However, that doesn't mean you can't buy a legitimate luxury home for around $1 million. It just depends on the location. In the Ridgewood and Bergen County area of New Jersey, the majority of homes for sale that are priced at around $1 million have noticeable luxury qualities and property space that you just can't find in large urban centers such as New York City for the same price. Of course, you'll never be able to spend only $1 million on the type of Bergen County home that the Nixons bought in 1981—a 6,000-square-foot, 15-room contemporary masterpiece on four acres of land in Saddle River, NJ—but there is still a

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