NEW LISTING: 42 Canadian Woods Road In Marlboro, New Jersey

 


42 Canadian Woods Road, Home For Sale In Marlboro, New Jersey

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$629,000
Single Family Home
Main Features
5 Bedrooms
2 Bathrooms
1 Partial Bathroom
Interior: 3,108 sqft
Lot: 0.43 acre(s)
Location
42 Canadian Woods Road
Marlboro, NJ 07746
USA

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Things To Do Near Marlboro, NJ – July 2013

Check out the upcoming events near Marlboro, NJ for July!

Miss Melissa’s Aardvarks

When: Every day in July, 2013 beginning at 4:00 pm

Where: Colts Neck Library, 1 Winthrop Rd, Colts Neck, NJ

Details: A musical program for parents and children ages 6 months – 5 years old. Sing, dance and rock to music with drums, bells shakers, sticks and Miss Melissa’s guitar.There are 2 available sessions: 4-4:45pm  and 4:30-5pm. Admission is FREE for all!

Distance Running Clinic

When: July 12, 2013 7:00 pm

Where: Christian Brothers Academy, 850 Newman Springs Rd, Lincroft, NJ

Details: 90 minute distance running clinic that will cover training, running form, distance drills, and injury prevention with a Q+A session at the end. Come dressed to participate in the drills and bring a water bottle. The clinic will be led by Chris Bennett of CBA, and we will have a few special guests helping out. Open to all runners, parents and coaches.  All ages are welcome. All abilities welcome. $30 fee / person, $50 / immediate household

Afternoon at the Movies for Adults

When: July 17, 2013 2:00 pm – 4:00 pm

Where: Colts Neck Library, 1 Winthrop Rd, Colts Neck, NJ

Details: Adults are welcome to join us for a free movie! Call the library for details as to the movie title/rating and minutes.

Modern Vietnam: A Fulbright Scholar’s Perspective

When: July 27, 2013 1:00 pm

Where: New Jersey Vietnam Veterans’ Memorial and Vietnam Era Museum & Educational Center, Exit 116, Garden State Parkway, Holmdel, NJ

Details: Genovese was a recipient of a Fulbright award to Vietnam in 2011. Since returning home, she has made a mission of sharing her experiences in hopes of creating a better understanding of and future for the two countries. During this time, she was able to experience and learn about present day Vietnam and its fast-paced movement towards modernization. Her presentation offers perspectives on modern Vietnam. Regular Museum admission applies to this program.

10th Anniversary Freehold Township Day

When: July 13, 2013 5:00 pm – 11:00 pm (rain date July 28)

Where: Michael J. Tighe Park, 65 Georgia Road, Freehold NJ

Details: Celebrating a 10 year partnership between Freehold Township and the Veteran’s Community Alliance. Concert and festival with featured bands Screaming Broccolli and The BENJAMINS. Free kids rides, plus merchandise and food vendors. FIreworks will begin at 9:00 pm.

Open House! June 23 1-4 PM

 


Welcome to 7 Edgewater Drive, Home for Sale in Matawan, New Jersey

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$370,000
Single Family Home
Main Features
3 Bedrooms
2 Bathrooms
Interior: 2,072 sqft
Location
7 Edgewater
Matawan, NJ 07747
USA

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5 Rules Of Ladder Safety

Some of you homeowners are still working on spring cleaning, some of you are getting ready for the upcoming holidays, and some of you are getting your home ready to sell. No matter what you’re working on this year, it’s important to practice ladder safety.  According to the U.S. Consumer Products Safety Commission reports, there are 164,000 ladder injuries each year. The number of incidents rises around the holiday season each year, but no matter what time of year it is, and no matter what you’re working on (cleaning gutters, washing windows, changing light bulbs, etc.) it’s important for you and your family to be safe when working on ladders. Here are some safety tips from Werner, one of the world’s leading ladder manufacturers to help keep you safe this year!

It’s very important to choose the right ladder for the job. If you’re trying to replace a light fixture on the ceiling, maybe you only need a 6-foot step ladder; if you’re cleaning out second floor gutters, you will need an extension ladder or a specialty ladder that bends to a 90-degree angle to get at a hard-to-reach place in a stairwell, according to Inman News. Ladder manufacturers make different styles of ladders so that, no matter what job you’re doing, the ladder you’re working on will keep you stable and productive (climbing or standing). Choosing the wrong ladder for the job could easily end in a trip to the emergency room, so make the right choice!

The length of the ladder you choose depends on the height of the job you’re doing. One important guideline for ladder safety is to never stand above the fourth rung from the top of an extension ladder or the third rung from the top of a stepladder. So, the ladder you’re using for the job needs to extend a certain distance beyond the area you’re working on; experts advise that “if using a stepladder to get on a roof, the ladder must extend 3 feet beyond the roofline. If an extension ladder is leaned against a gutter or roof line, it must extend 1 foot above the roofline.”

Use common sense when working on a ladder. It seems like pretty simple advice, but the truth is that many of the ladder injuries reported each year were preventable. Make sure you’re using your ladder the way it should be used.

  • Ladders should be set up on a firm foundation.

  • Tennis shoes or other shoes with non-slip soles are the best to wear when working on ladders.

  • Your body should be centered on the ladder and be sure to keep your waist between the rails while maintaining a firm grip on the ladder.

  • Don’t over reach or lean to one side.

  • Climb and descend facing the ladder by moving one step at a time and firmly setting one foot before moving the other.

  • If you need to move a ladder, climb down before repositioning it

  • For high work, have one person hold the ladder at the bottom while the other one performs the task.

To read the full article on ladder safety from Inman News, click here.

New Listing! 52 Ealge Road, Home For Sale in Marlboro, New Jersey

 


Welcome to 52 Eagle Road Home For Sale In Marlboro

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$495,000
Single Family Home
Main Features
4 Bedrooms
2 Bathrooms
1 Partial Bathroom
Interior: 2,222 sqft
Lot: 0.46 acre(s)
Location
52 Eagle Road
Marlboro, NJ 07746
USA

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New Listing: 7 Edgewater Drive, Home For Sale in Matawan, New Jersey


Welcome to 7 Edgewater Drive, Home for Sale in Matawan, New Jersey


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$370,000
Single Family Home
Main Features
3 Bedrooms
2 Bathrooms
Interior: 2,072 sqft
Location
7 Edgewater
Matawan, NJ 07747
USA
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5 Apps For First Time Home Buyers

If you’re looking to buy a home, your smartphone is the first thing you should turn to. In the age of technology, the phrase “there’s an app for that” is definitely the case; especially when it comes to real estate. Get the edge you need in your home search by downloading these five apps that will help you throughout the process.

HomeSnap

If you’re out and about visiting a new neighborhood and you see a home for sale, snap a photo with the HomeSnap App. The app will identify the home and find out the value, the price it last sold for, how many beds and baths, and so much more! You will get the information you want at the push of a button and if it’s right for you, you’ll know to contact the realtor for more information.

Device: iPhone, iPad, Android

Price: Free

AroundMe

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This app is perfect for homebuyers who aren’t familiar with a new location. AroundMe instantly gives you the resources to find out information about what’s around you. Whether you’re looking for supermarkets, stores or entertainment in the area, this app will definitely come in handy.

Device: iPhone, iPad, Android

Price: Free

Mortgage Calculator

At this point, any mortgage calculator available for your smartphone will do. When you find a home you love, you will be able to plug in the numbers yourself to determine if the price along with the taxes is in your budget. Just do a quick search in your app store to find one available for your phone or device.

Device: iPhone, iPad, Android

Price: There are plenty of free mortgage calculators available, so choose your favorite!

Essential Real Estate Dictionary

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Don’t worry about getting confused when hearing the real estate jargon used by realtors and other homeowners. Having this app on hand will make you look like a pro. It will serve as a reference guide for words that you might not be familiar with.

Device: iPhone, iPad

Price: $9.99

Better Homes and Gardens Real Estate Home Selection Assistant

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This app allows you to be your own personal assistant in your new home search. Instead of searching through the official listings photos, take your own and attach notes to each one that will remind you to ask the realtor specific questions. Additional information about the neighborhood and buying process can also be found on this app.

Device: iPhone

Price: Free

 

 

Manalapan Day 2013!

Get excited for Manalapan Day on Saturday June 15th!

Join the excitement as the township celebrates another great fun filled family day.  Bring your entire family, your neighbors and your friends for an evening of fantastic entertainment, exhibits, displays, vendors, children’s rides, amusements and games.  Bring your appetites to our food court.  The evening continues with a spectacular fireworks finale!

Main Stage entertainment will feature: The Infernos Band, The Rockinghams, Manalapellas singing group; The steel drum band “The Manala-Pans” from our local school system.

We welcome back Tommy G our Master of Ceremonies   The Samaritan Center will be accepting donations of non-perishable food and supplies.  Parking will be available at the Municipal Complex, Manalapan High School, Manalapan Recreation Center and Temple Beth Shalom.  Shuttle busses will run from Symmes Road commuter lot and Covered Bridge commencing at 3:00 pm.  These busses will continue all evening with the last bus departing from the Recreation Center 30 minutes after the conclusion of the fireworks.  There is something for everyone, so come early!  We suggest bringing your chairs and blankets for your comfort.  In case of rain on June 15th, The Inferno’s will perform at Manalapan High School.  Admission will be limited to the capacity of the auditorium and will be cut off when full.

NEW LISTING: 1 Churchill Ct in Marlboro, NJ

1 Churchill Ct, Marlboro, NJ 07751

$579,000

Single Family Home
5 Bedrooms
4 Bathrooms
Interior: 3,419 sqft
Lot: 0.56 acre(s)

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5 Tips To Stage Your Home To Sell

When it comes to selling a home, staging plays a part in the amount of time a home stays on the market as well as the price of a home. Here are a few tips to stage your home to sell…

1. Curb Appeal

When a potential buyer drives by your home or even pulls up for a showing, the first impression they will get is the front of your home. Make sure that you prepare your home for it’s best first impression…

  • Powerwash doorway, windows, garage door, etc.

  • Touch up paint around front door and garage door trim

  • Add flowers for a pop of color

  • Pull weeds and make sure to mulch

  • Cut grass and edge all the way around for those clean lines

  • Touch up the driveway

2. Clean it up

Make sure to do a deep clean before listing your home for sale. For a deep clean you can hire some help your invite your family over to pitch in. Here is what to remember…

  • Look up, there is dust and spider webs in the corners of your ceiling

  • Vacuum and clean all floors and carpets

  • Touch up paint around high traffic areas with scrapes and fingerprints

  • Wash knobs, handles, cabinets, railings and anywhere else someone would touch

  • Scrub appliances inside and out to make them look like new

There is more to the list for sure, so make sure you go through your home with great detail whether you are the cleanest person or the messiest person.

3. Declutter

This means rooms, closets, cabinets, basement, and even your crawl space. When a buyer comes into your home, they will probably not be looking for less closet space or not as many cabinets right? So show them the space your home offers by…

  • Removing pieces of furniture to open up your living room

  • Organize and remove items from your closets

  • Organize your Kitchen cabinets and pantry

  • Organize bedroom closets to show off the space

  • Organize your basement whether it’s finished or unfinished

This is where a second opinion or an expert could come in handy. They will let you know how to stage and organize your home to sell.

4. Set the table

Giving a little push to let home buyers see themselves living in your home doesn’t hurt. Try setting the table with place mats, plates, cups, silverware, and a center piece. Don’t over do it, but just enough to make it feel like a staged home.

5. Neutral Colors

No one wants a hot pink Kitchen or a lime green bedroom. Well, maybe they do but make sure that you keep it neutral. If you have any dark colors or bright colors, you might want to repaint. Stick with the neutral white, off white, beige, tan, neutral grays and blues, etc. If there is a bold color in a room, if the home buyer doesn’t like it all they will see are dollars signs and work to fix it.

6. Define rooms and areas

Have you ever walked into a home with an awkward space or a small room and think to yourself, “what do we do with this space?” If you have something like this in your home, try to give it a definition. Whether it is just a sitting area, storage area, or a playroom make sure to stage it that way for the potential buyers. Having more space is not a bad thing, but when it is awkward space it might throw off the buyer.