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Get to know Paula Clark
Welcome to Bergen County NJ Real Estate
I have been a licensed Realtor in Bergen County, New Jersey for 14 years. I have lived in Bergen County, New Jersey for over 24 years. During the mid 1990s I was Fort Lee's Commissioner of Housing for 5 years. Married for 25 years with two children ages 23, and 19. I volunteer for many committees in my community. Currently, I am Chairperson of Old Tappan's Oak Tree Property Committee as well as the Old Tappan's Environmental Commission.
I have represented Buyers and Sellers of Residential Real Estate all over Bergen County. Because of my vast experience all over Bergen County, I bring Buyers and Sellers together for that perfect match from every where. I am a "Relocation Specialist" and a designated "Previews Specialist".I am a full time professional agent, with a great deal of energy, enthusiasm. I take pride in my profession. Assisting my clients so they get to the closing table with ease is my highest priority. I care about my clients, and do everything to make sure each transaction goes as smoothly as possible.
I have a unique marketing strategy unlike any other Realtor. I have a great team that assist me in making my profession one that will service ALL of my clients. Coldwell Banker is the Number 1 Company in All of Bergen County. Not only have we consistently held the Top Market share in my area... We are also on the cutting edge in Internet marketing.
The Rapid Response system allows us to contact prospective buyers immediately. 80% of Buyers are searching for homes via the Internet. The Paula Clark Team will make your move smooth, and stress free. We are with you from start to finish. I work hard at being "Your Realtor for life"
Making Bergen County NJ Home
Bergen County NJ is located in the north eastern tip of New Jersey and is considered within the New York Metro area, making a commute into the city hassle free. Bergen County communities offer a quiet, quality of life that can't be found in the city. They are close-knit, family-oriented oases, protecting you from the hustle and bustle of 21st Century living. Edgewater is located on the Hudson River in Bergen County, NJ and within the New York metro area. The population is approximately 9,600. The name derives from its location on the river. This charming, historic borough, part of New Jersey's "Gold Coast", has witnessed an unprecedented period of rapid commercial and residential development in recent years.
Harrington Park, with a population of approximately 4,700 was named for the Harring family of settlers. Harrington Park was given the prestigious honor of ranking 7th out of 566 New Jersey municipalities based on economy, cost of living, education, crime, culture and leisure. People who move into Harrington Park usually stay for life!
Hillsdale is a historic town with ample picturesque charm. Home to about 10,500 residents, the town has a sensitively restored downtown ofVictorian buildings, cobble sidewalks, gas-lamp style streetlamps, an expansive green, and a pretty Victorian gazebo. The slate blue train station was built in 1869 and is now on both the National and New Jersey Registers of Historic Places; commuters to Manhattan appreciate the fact that they can get to work in less than 40 minutes. A Victorian clock tower presides over all and numerous raised flower beds only add to the overall appeal. Hillsdale was the subject of a 2004' article in the The New York Times, titled A Haven For Commuters with Families and features an excellent school system.
Old Tappan is home to about 5,500 residents, Old Tappan is a friendly community on the shores of beautiful Lake Tappan in northeast New Jersey. Ample parks, steadily appreciating real estate and excellent schools make this human-scale community an ideal place to bring up a family. The Delaware Indian word "Tuphanne" is where the name Tappan is derived from. It means cold water. Why it was named Old Tappan, no one knows, but it is believed that it was to distinguish it from Tappan, New York, of which Old Tappan was formerly a part.
Known as the "Garden Spot" of the Pascack Valley, lush River Vale is famous for its beautiful plantings and abundant trees, bushes, and flowers. Home to about 10,000 residents, River Vale is a tranquil residential town of quiet winding streets, ample parks, and historic homes. "Downtown" is Rivervale Road, a friendly main street that runs north/south through the center of the community. the township of River Vale was featured by Money Magazine as number 29 on their list of the Top 100 Places To Live In America!
Norwood is about 2 miles from the New York state line. Norwood's 2007 population is 6,277 with there being 2,324 residents per square mile density. The average household size is 2.86 persons with 2,070 households. The name Norwood emanated from the old description "North-Woods". The Lenni Lenape Indians roamed the land as evidenced by an occasional arrowhead dug up in a local garden. Norwood is till proud of their "North-Woods: and in 2006 the Mayor and Council entered into a Deed of Conservation Easement with the Meadowlands Conservation Trust to preserve 100+ acres of property in perpetuity as open space.
Westwood is known as the 'Hub" of the Pascack Valley area in the center of Bergen County Westwood has a trendy downtown Business District with Stores that are sure to appeal to everyone. The Pascack Valley Train line also stops in Westwood and NJ Transit Buses are also plentiful. Westwood schools are rated among the best in the country.
Upper Montvale is a community of diversity and contrast with lovely suburban neighborhoods and attractive campus-like corporations resulting from prudent planning. Its geographic location makes Montvale an ideal place to live and work. Upper Montvale is renowned for one of the finest educational systems in Bergen County, which is strongly supported by our residents and local government.
Woodcliff Lake is one of the most scenic towns in all of the Pascack Valley, deriving its name from the incredible body of water that inhabits the town, the Woodcliff Lake Reservior. It is a beautifully scenic borough, with lush woodlands, streams, secluded properties, and the jewel of Woodcliff Lake Reservoir at its center. Pascack Hills High School is recognized as the Top 10 schools of New Jersey.
Emerson is a community that typifies tradition. It is located in the heart of the Pascack Valley, with a picturesque train station at its center. A fine educational system includes public and private schools. Primarily residential, the town offers a large shopping center as well as many local specialty stores. People travel from near and far to dine at the local historic hotel.
Park Ridge is in the beautiful Pascack Valley section of Bergen County. It is known for it's excellent schools and wonderful accessibility to New York City. In the early 1900's, it established its own Electric and Water Companies that still service its residents today. Park Ridge is home to a growing corporate population while it still maintains its small town flavor. The historic "Bears Nest" area is being developed with luxurious townhouses, a major hotel and well designed corporate campuses. Richard Nixon was once an owner of one of the original Bear's Nest townhomes.
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