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Just Listed -144 Mcadoo Ave, Jersey City, NJ 07305

  A smart purchase for the first time home buyer or investor. Located in the sought after West Bergen section of Jersey City less than 2 blocks to Kennedy Blvd. This home is ready to be reimagined. A full renovation will attract the high number of turnkey buyers we are seeing in today’s marketplace. Oversized […]

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Coming soon -22 Avenue At Port Imperial APT. 422, West New York, NJ 07093

  Welcome to luxury defined waterfront living. This rare to market corner unit home in Grandview l, overlooks a lush courtyard with unobstructed Manhattan skyline and River views right from your private balcony. Split-level unit for added privacy. High ceilings with elegance-adding crown molding throughout the entire home. Custom window treatments. Expansive floor plan boasting […]

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Under Contract -22 Avenue At Port Imperial APT. 232, West New York, NJ 07093

  Welcome to Grandview 1 where Manhattan-style living crosses the Hudson at Port Imperial. This impressive waterfront community offers superior amenities and spectacular NYC views in a gorgeous doorman building. Inside this unit, the open floor plan welcomes plenty of natural light, as hardwood floors and a versatile decor bring continuity. New upgrades including balcony […]

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Just listed -318 Webster Ave, Jersey City, NJ 07307

  Welcome to 318 Webster Avenue. This well kept 1 family sits on a tree lined residential street and is ready for the primary home buyer. If you’re an investor, this is a solid income producing property with a high ceiling for additional cashflow. Sellers have complete documents for a 2 family conversion. Hardwood floors […]

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57 Corbin Ave APT 43, Jersey City, NJ 07306 1 Bed , 1 Bath $159,000 Great location. close to path train and shopping. move in ready. great investor unit also with stable rental income.

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This too shall pass…

The Pain of Unemployment: It Will Be Deep, But Not for Long There are two crises in this country right now: a health crisis that has forced everyone into their homes and a financial crisis caused by our inability to move around as we normally would. Over 20 million people in the U.S. became instantly […]

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