Marlboro

Marlboro Community Profile

Marlboro Township is situated on approximately 30 square miles on the eastern border of Monmouth County, NJ.  Morganville and Robertsville are unincorporated areas located within the township and contain a little more than 1/3 of the township's approximately 40,000 residents. 

The township has plenty to offer its residents including beautiful homes, wide open spaces, a variety of entertainment, shopping and recreational opportunities, as well as its proximity to the Jersey Shore and New York City.

Hope To See You At Marlboro Day On Sunday!

Please stop by our booth from 12:00 noon to 5:00 p.m. on Sunday, September 18th, during the Marlboro Day celebration.  We will be entertained by a juggler on stilts, and have face painting, balloon making, and coloring books for all the kids . . . even the big ones :-)   We are looking forward to our 31st Marlboro Day, and celebrating with our friends and neighbors, both old and new.  Hope to see you there!

Marlboro in Top 50 Safest Places to Live in Jersey

Selecting a community where you and your family will live is important to your overall well being and more important than the house itself.  Of course, the perfect house is important, but you are also buying into a community, a place where you will live, shop, go to school, and participate in community activities with your neighbors.

SafeWise paired data from the FBI’s Crime in the U.S. Report with their own comprehensive investigation and created a list of the top 50 safest communities in New Jersey, with 15,000 residents or more, as of 2011 . . . and Marlboro is on the list.

A few of the unique and special things about Marlboro are their Teen Advisory Committee and Economic Development Committee's Shop Marlboro program.

Marlboro Township Recreation Programs

There are so many activities for residents of all ages to enjoy all summer long in Marlboro Township.  So, if you're not already enjoying a weekend at the shore, check out what's happening for the rest of the summer in Marlboro.

The Marlboro Rec & Swim Program Directory is full of things to do outdoors to enjoy the summer weather.  Yes, part of the summer is over, but there are still many things to come, such as The Summer Concert Series, Marlboro Day, and classes of all kinds for adults and children.

Here is a link to the full Program Directory . . . enjoy the beautiful weather!

How To Find The Perfect Home For You And Your Family

Want to make the home buying process much more organized and enjoyable?  

It's important to be realistic about what you can afford and what is available in the communities where you want to live.  It's also important to realize that no house is perfect, and you will need to make compromises.  Your goal should be to get a home you really like that fits your needs and your budget. 

Your first step should be to sit down and make a list of what features are in your perfect home and organize the items into 3 main categories:

Marlboro Schools Will Offer Full-Day Kindergarten!

Starting with the 2017-18 school year, the Marlboro School District will offer full-day kindergarten.

The Marlboro School Board approved a $1.94 million plan to renovate computer labs at four elementary schools and convert them into eight additional classrooms to accommodate the kindergarten students. The original plan to build 28 new kindergarten classrooms was rejected by voters, so the district found an alternative way to make it happen . . . to the delight of many local parents.

Superintendent Eric Hibbs said, "There will be more time spent on the individual needs of our students. The increased time will allow for a greater emphasis on social skills and a day filled with varied educational opportunities and experiences."

Monmouth County Housing Market Update -- May 2016

The real estate market keeps moving forward in Monmouth County, and we are busy helping buyers buy and sellers sell.  Year to date through the end of April we have seen significant increases in sales of single family detached homes, townhomes, condos, and homes in adult communities.

Lets take a look at the significant market statistics through the end of April 2016, compared to the same period in 2015.  Here's a quick visual to sum it up:

So now lets drill down and look at the actual statistics for single family detached homes, townhomes/condos, and adult community homes.

CENTURY 21® System Now Provides FREE ToolkitCMA™ To Agents

As part of the promise to be smarter, bolder, faster, the CENTURY 21® System now provides its agents with the ToolkitCMA™ at no additional cost . . . one of the many great benefits of being part of the most recognized brand in the real estate industry!

The product, which is used by over 100,000 agents across the country and priced at around $200, is just one of the many resources that CENTURY 21 offers in order to support its members at the local level. ToolkitCMA offers professional quality marketing tools that agents can tailor to their individual clients' needs.  The system is cloud based and offers mobile and tablet branded presentations, MLS interface, marketing flyers, and quick posting to social media.

As part of the CENTURY 21 ® System, you’ll receive all of this at no additional cost. This is just one way that our brand gives you the edge you need to succeed in real estate.

Learn More About Becoming A Century 21 Agent

Closing Costs - What Are All Those Fees?

Buyers have lots of questions about buying a home and obtaining a mortgage.  Here we'll list the most common buyer closing costs, what they are for, and the average amount charged for these services in New Jersey.

Within three days of applying for the loan, your lender should give you closing disclosures so you will know what your APR (annual percentage rate) will be. The closing disclosures show you the closing costs that are included in the amount that makes up the APR. You should carefully assess each item for validity, and ask questions about items you do not understand.

We've also included the 'average' fees (according to BankRate) that are charged by lenders to buyers purchasing a $200,000 home in New Jersey:

Masters Ruby Award Received By Six Top Producing Sales Associates!

Fran Krumholz-Bookman, Susan Kaplan, Alan Katz, Sheryl Kerner, Brian LichtenthalMarcia Sokal have each been recognized by Century 21 Real Estate LLC as  top-producers nationwide when it honored them with the coveted CENTURY 21® Ruby Masters Award.

Ruby level status is awarded to Century 21® sales affiliates who have met minimum sales production of $117,000 or 32 closed transaction sides within a calendar year.

The sales affiliates also receive a trophy and a personal invitation to attend the annual CENTURY 21 Top Agent Retreat.

Fran, Susan, Alan, Sheryl,  Brian &  Marcia are valued and trusted real estate resources for the Monmouth, Ocean & Middlesex county communities and major contributors to the overall success of CENTURY 21 Mack Morris Iris Lurie and the CENTURY 21 System as a whole.

CONGRATULATIONS TO ALL!

Congratulations to Quality Service Pinnacle Award Recipients!

Century 21 Real Estate LLC recently recognized sales affiliates Fran Krumholz-Bookman, Laurin LaLima, Alan Katz, Carrie Moyer, Lori Ragovin, Sheryl Kerner, Alan Lurie, Susan Kaplan, and Brian Lichtenthal with the CENTURY 21 Quality Service Pinnacle Producer Award. 

The annual award is based on results from the CENTURY 21 Quality Service Survey (QSS) which is e-mailed to consumers immediately after the purchase or sale of a home.  To earn the CENTURY 21 Quality Service Pinnacle Producer Award, an agent must receive completed customer surveys for at least 30 percent of their transactions from January 1 - October 31, with an average survey score of at least 95 percent or better for 2 consecutive years.

Each award recipient will receive a customized glass trophy, in addition to being recognized at the CENTURY 21 Global Conference.  CONGRATULATIONS TO ALL!