Cranford, NJ Real Estate News

By Wayne Zuhl, The Last Name You'll Ever Need in Real Estate
(Remax First Realty II)
 If you’re planning on selling your Cranford home, call Team Zuhl today for a free comparative market analysis of your home. If you’re thinking of buying a home in Cranford, call us today!For more information on Cranford Real Estate: Cranford Real Estate Market Report - May 2016 Cranford Real Estate Market Report - April 2016 Cranford Real Estate Market Report - March 2016 Cranford Market Report - October 2015 Cranford Market Report - August 2015 How long does it take to sell a home in Cranford? - July 2015 Buying or Selling a home in Cranford - July 2015 The Cranford Real Estate Market Report - April 2015 Cranford Real Estate Market Report - November, 2014 Cranford Market Conditions - September 20, 2014 ur of Cranford - July 14, 2014 What's our Cranford Home Worth? July 30, 2014 Homes ...
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By Wayne Zuhl, The Last Name You'll Ever Need in Real Estate
(Remax First Realty II)
Here's Cranford's real estate market in a nutshell: Active Inventory: 86 listings Sold Homes in March, 2016 : 13 Average Sale Price March 2016: $433,885 Average Days on Market March 2016: 58  If you’re planning on selling your Cranford home, call Team Zuhl today for a free comparative market analysis of your home. If you’re thinking of buying a home in Cranford, call us today!For more information on Cranford Real Estate: Cranford Real Estate Market Report - March 2016 Cranford Market Report - October 2015 Cranford Market Report - August 2015 How long does it take to sell a home in Cranford? - July 2015 Buying or Selling a home in Cranford - July 2015 The Cranford Real Estate Market Report - April 2015 Cranford Real Estate Market Report - November, 2014 Cranford Market Conditions - Septe...
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By Wayne Zuhl, The Last Name You'll Ever Need in Real Estate
(Remax First Realty II)
Before you buy or sell a home in Cranford, it's important that you understand how the real estate market in Cranford is working. Here's this month's real estate market report.If you're considering selling your Cranford home, please be sure that you have a  fantastic marketing campaign so that your home can stand out among the 64 other properties offered for sale in Cranford, If you’re planning on selling your Cranford home, call Team Zuhl today for a free comparative market analysis of your home. If you’re thinking of buying a home in Cranford, call us today!For more information on selling your home: How Do Sellers Choose the Right Agent? Preparing Your Home to Sell PRIDE in Selling Your Home  For more information on Cranford Real Estate: Cranford Market Report - November 2015 Cranford ...
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By Scott Gleason, CRS, Westfield NJ New Homes Specialist
(Coldwell Banker Realty)
Saint Michael's School will be hosting the Cranford April 2016 Warriors for Warriors 5K on Saturday, April 9th.  The school encourages its students to become productive and helpful members of society.  That is why part of the proceeds raised from the 5K/Fun Run will benefit the Wounded Warriors Project.What: Cranford April 2016 Warriors for Warriors 5K Where: Nomahagen Park (1024 Springfield Ave) When: Saturday, April 9th, 1 Mile Fun Run starts at 8:45am, 5K starts at 9:30am Cost: $20 for Fun Run, $30 for 5K (price increases $5 each after April 5th)Cranford April 2016 Warriors for Warriors 5KAll ages and skill levels are welcome to participate in the Cranford April 2016 Warriors for Warriors 5K.  If 5K (3.1 miles) sounds like a bit much for you, you can always sign up for the one mile "...
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By Wayne Zuhl, The Last Name You'll Ever Need in Real Estate
(Remax First Realty II)
Cranford has remained one of the most sought after towns for homebuyers, and this year is no exception. The winter market is in full swing, and it's setting up to be a strong spring.Inventory:If you're one of those people who are waiting until the spring market picks up before you sell your home, you might be missing a prime opportunity! With a fantastic marketing campaign and an appropriate list price, your home could be the one that stands out in rather small market  like this one.With only 61 properties offered for sale in Cranford, buyers are quickly claiming the best homes. In the spring when the inventory more than doubles, your homes won't stand out quite so well and buyers will be able to be much choosier. Prices:The average sold home in Cranford in January was sold for $380,030...
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By Wayne Zuhl, The Last Name You'll Ever Need in Real Estate
(Remax First Realty II)
Team Zuhl&Are proud to announce their newest listingLocated at 70 Osborne Terrace in Cranford.This 4 bedroom, 1.1 bath Cape Cod style home located on the North Side of Cranford is in the process of being gutted and completely redone. The work is expected to be finished in February.  The house features a large eat in kitchen, partially finished basement, walk in closets, oversized garage, deck and a fenced yard.  Enjoy dining and shopping in downtown Cranford as well as having easy access to the Garden State Parkway.  Low taxes at only $6700!!!!Listed for only $399,000!Contact Team Zuhl for more information or to schedule an appointment. 
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By Wayne Zuhl, The Last Name You'll Ever Need in Real Estate
(Remax First Realty II)
 Cranford is a township in Union County that approximately 23,000 people call home. There are currently 95 homes offered for sale in Cranford ranging in price from $179,000 to $1,299,000 - certainly something for everyone. Inventory is starting to drop which is normal in the autumn, but the blue trendline in the following graph shows that inventory over the last 3 years is rising. Eleven homes were sold in October - low compared to the previou 12 months but still increasing over the last 3 years as shown in the red trendline below. The average sale price of a home sold in Cranford in October was $419,820, lower than the 12 month average of $444,545.  Homes in Cranford continue to sell quickly. The average home in Cranford was sold after 32 days, faster than any other month since october...
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By Wayne Zuhl, The Last Name You'll Ever Need in Real Estate
(Remax First Realty II)
Cranford, New Jersey, is home to nearly 23,000 people in the center of Union County. In 2010, New Jersey Monthly magazine ranked Cranford as 34th in its rankings of "Best Places To Live" in New Jersey.If you are considering buying or selling a home in Cranford, your first step is to understand the real estate market in Cranford so that you can make an informed decision regarding how much a house is worth.Sales: Currently there are 106 homes offered for sale in Cranford. The trend line for that past 3 years shows a marked increase in inventory.  There were 32 homes sold in Cranford in August. The trend line over the past 3 years shows a slight increase in sales which helps to reduce the inventory.  Prices: The average sale price of a home sold in Cranford in August was $470,536. Home pri...
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By Wayne Zuhl, The Last Name You'll Ever Need in Real Estate
(Remax First Realty II)
If you’re planning on selling your Cranford home, call Team Zuhl today for a free comparative market analysis of your home. If you’re thinking of buying a home in Cranford, call us today!For more information on selling your home: How Do Sellers Choose the Right Agent? Preparing Your Home to Sell PRIDE in Selling Your Home  For more information on Cranford Real Estate: Buying or Selling a home in Cranford - July 2015 The Cranford Real Estate Market Report - April 2015 Cranford Real Estate Market Report - November, 2014 Cranford Market Conditions - September 20, 2014 ur of Cranford - July 14, 2014 What's our Cranford Home Worth? July 30, 2014 Homes are Selling Quickly in Cranford - June 23, 2014 The Spring Real Estate Market in Cranford - 5/17/14 What's up in the Cranford Real Estate Mark...
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By Tg Glazer - The Right Realtor® for the Right Results!, Westfield/Cranford, NJ area
(Coldwell Banker, Westfield, NJ)
Cranford, NJ Home PricesJuly, 2015Real estate market data for Cranford, NJ provided by Tg Glazer of Coldwell Banker, Westfield-East. Cranford, NJ Home Prices - Steady Summer The real estate market in Cranford, NJ continues its steady summer.  Activity has continued to increase at a reasonable pace, as have prices.  If you are considering buying a home in Cranford, NJ, there are plenty of things to consider, so having a good real estate agent who understands the market is a must.  Don’t wait on the sidelines for too long, many of our listings are selling within a few days of hitting the market. As you can see from the graph below, listings are not selling exactly for asking price, but the gap is narrowing. To make sure you don't overpay for your home, you'll want to have an agent that do...
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By Wayne Zuhl, The Last Name You'll Ever Need in Real Estate
(Remax First Realty II)
Before you buy or sell a home in Cranford, you need to know how the real estate market has been performing. Here's what you need to know this summer:  Inventory:  There are currently 132 homes offered for sale in Cranford. This summer has seen the highest inventory in Cranford in several years. Higher inventory sometimes leads to a decrease in prices. There were 22 homes sold in Cranford in June.  Prices: The average price of a home sold in Cranford in June was $470,048. This is about 9% higher than the twelve month average sale price. May of 2015 had an average sale price of $510,020 which is the highest average sale price in several years. Sellers who want to get top dollar for their home will want to be sure that their marketing is on point and that their home is appropriately priced...
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By Scott Gleason, CRS, Westfield NJ New Homes Specialist
(Coldwell Banker Realty)
102 Riverside Dr, Cranford Twp., NJ 07016Special Features MLS #: 3211184 Bedrooms: 4 Bathrooms: 3 Year Built: 1930 Price: $400,000 DescriptionBeautifully renovated colonial, retaining pre-war Cranford charms and half a mile from NYC trains/buses & Cranfords downtown blooming with shops, dining, culture and activities for young & old. Rare and romantic Chamonix style architecture over culvert with your own stream flowing through. Luxurious remodelled kitchen and baths! 1st floor laundry! Gleaming refinished floors and fresh paint all make this your move in ready home. Please see virtual tour for floor plans.Agent InformationScott Gleason RE/MAX Properties Unlimited Westfield NJ http://www.LuxuryHomesNJ.com
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By Wayne Zuhl, The Last Name You'll Ever Need in Real Estate
(Remax First Realty II)
The Cranford, NJ, Real Estate Market Report for First Quarter, 2015 Winter is the slowest time in Union County Real Estate. Not only do homes take longer than average to sell in the winter, they also sell for less in the winter than they do the rest of the year. But don’t think for even one moment that Cranford’s real estate market is dead in the winter! This winter, Cranford had 94 active listings and 34 sold listings. The average sale price this winter was $403,299 with the average home selling after 69 days. How does the winter of 2014-15 compare with previous years? Fewer homes were sold this winter (34) than last winter (42).   Inventory is higher this year (94 listings) than last year (81). The average sale price in the first quarter of 2015 was $403,299 compared with an average s...
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By Tg Glazer - The Right Realtor® for the Right Results!, Westfield/Cranford, NJ area
(Coldwell Banker, Westfield, NJ)
Cranford, NJ Home PricesMarch, 2015 Real estate market data for Cranford, NJ provided by Tg Glazer of Coldwell Banker, Westfield-East.   Cranford, NJ Home Prices   The real estate market in Cranford, NJ continues it's slow start this year.  New homes coming on the market have continued to lag behind last year's pace.  Even so, the market indicators are looking up, and moving forward.  If you are considering buying a home in Cranford, NJ, there are plenty of things to consider, so having a good real estate agent who understands the market is a must.  Don’t wait on the sidelines for too long, many of our listings are starting to sell within a few days of hitting the market. As you can see from the graph below, listings are actually selling for slightly ABOVE asking price right now. To ma...
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By Scott Gleason, CRS, Westfield NJ New Homes Specialist
(Coldwell Banker Realty)
132 Makatom Dr, Cranford Twp., NJ 07016 Special Features MLS #: 3207509 Bedrooms: 3 Bathrooms: 2 Year Built: 1940 Remodeled Kitchen Remodeled Baths New Furnace Updated Electric Updated Plumbing Freshly Painted No Flood Zone Updated Windows Taxes $9307 Price: $449,000 Description Updated, upgraded,high and dry! Tranquil cul-de-sac location and charming colonial curb appeal meet delightfully interior. Move in ready from head to toe, with a brand new furnace to boot. Agent Information Scott Gleason RE/MAX Properties Unlimited Westfield NJ http://www.LuxuryHomesNJ.com
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By Tg Glazer - The Right Realtor® for the Right Results!, Westfield/Cranford, NJ area
(Coldwell Banker, Westfield, NJ)
Cranford, NJ Program Helps Seniors Stay In Their Homes  One of the things that I love about living in Cranford, NJ is how much our community cares and gives back. The Township of Cranford has developed the Handyman Program to assist our senior citizens with minor household repairs at no cost to them (other than materials necessary for any repairs). Handymen will provide services such as installing window air conditioners, checking smoke and carbon monoxide detectors, turning on outside faucets, etc. For questions about the program, please call the Senior Citizen Program Coordinator at 908-709-7283. Please visit the Cranford Community Center (220 Walnut Ave., Cranford, NJ 07016) for an application and to see a list of services.  
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By Tg Glazer - The Right Realtor® for the Right Results!, Westfield/Cranford, NJ area
(Coldwell Banker, Westfield, NJ)
Luxury homes for sale in Cranford, NJ Located in the heart of Union County, Cranford is a highly desirable community, and one that I call home.  Convenient transportation into New York City via train or bus appeals to commuters.  Excellent schools with a commitment to quality extra-curricular activities make it a town of choice for families with growing kids.  And a vibrant, moving downtown filled with gourmet restaurants, shops, and culture keep the local economy going.  No wonder people want to live here! With desireability comes luxury.  And the market for luxury homes for sale in Cranford, NJ remains strong.  With a variety of options from newer construction to historic homes, Cranford has something for every taste. The pride that Cranford residents take in their town is evident.  C...
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By Tg Glazer - The Right Realtor® for the Right Results!, Westfield/Cranford, NJ area
(Coldwell Banker, Westfield, NJ)
Cranford, NJ Home PricesFebruary, 2015 Real estate market data for Cranford, NJ provided by Tg Glazer of Coldwell Banker, Westfield-East.   Cranford, NJ Home Prices   The real estate market in Cranford, NJ started 2015 softly.  Although prices were down, activity was markedly up.  Traffic being reported at open houses has been very brisk, and the media reports of first-time homebuyers starting to really be a factor are panning out.  If you are considering buying a home in Cranford, NJ, there are plenty of things to consider, so having a good real estate agent who understands the market is a must.  Homes that are priced right are selling within days, often with multiple offers. As you can see from the graph below, the listing price and selling price are moving very close in line. To mak...
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By Tg Glazer - The Right Realtor® for the Right Results!, Westfield/Cranford, NJ area
(Coldwell Banker, Westfield, NJ)
Cranford, NJ Named One of the State's Safest Towns In a recent article at ValuePenguin.com (a site devoted to personal finance research and analysis), Cranford, New Jersey was named the 8th safest mid-sized city in all of the state.  For those of us who live there, this is not a surprise. Cranford, NJ is a community of neighbors, always looking out for each other.  It's size and layout make for the perfect suburban experience.  Homes in Cranford, NJ are not so far away from each other that you don't know your neighbors, which really promotes a feeling of community.  And with a vibrant downtown area, people see and connect with each other.  And when there is a sense of community, there is also safety. Kids are regularly seen walking or biking around town, meeting at the local pizza place...
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By Tg Glazer - The Right Realtor® for the Right Results!, Westfield/Cranford, NJ area
(Coldwell Banker, Westfield, NJ)
Cranford, NJ Market ReportDecember, 2014 Heading into the home stretch! Here we are once again, deep in the throes of holiday shopping season.  While visions of sugar plums dance in the heads of some, others have visions of a new home for the new year! While the numbers in November year-over-year were pretty static, we head toward the end of 2014 on a positive note for the Cranford, NJ real estate market. Through November, the number of closed sales is up 13% over last year, while the number of days on the market is down 13%.  In other words, more homes have sold in Cranford, NJ than last year, and they are selling quicker.  And quick sales usually mean higher prices.  And here in Cranford, this has proven to be the case!  The median sales price was up to $420,000 and Sellers were recei...
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