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We've Been Honored With The President's Award Once Again!

We are excited to have once again achieved the coveted President's Award from Century 21 for 2017!  This award is given to a Century 21 office that earns the Centurion Award for exceptional production as well as the Quality Service Pinnacle Award in the same year.  The Quality Service Pinnacle award is determined by customer reviews and ratings, so we're very proud to continue our legacy of service excellence.  See what our customers say about their experience working with us. 

Getting Ready for a Spring Sale . . . The Bare Necessities

What happens on Tuesday, March 20, 2018 at 12:15 P.M. EDT.?   Well, it's the official start of Spring, of course, or otherwise known as the March or Vernal Equinox!  According to the Old Farmer's Almanac the March Equinox occurs when the Sun crosses the celestial equator on its way north along the ecliptic.  It's been so cold and snowy that it's hard to believe Spring is really only a few weeks away.  

If you're planning to sell your home this Spring, then it's time to get the preparations started.

There is a lot of good advice on the internet on how to get your home ready to sell, but taking on many of the tasks can be very time consuming and can put a pretty good dent in your pocketbook.  We've found that many of our clients just don't have the time and/or the money to do all the things they would like to do, and should do, to make their house the best it can be.

If you're one of those people who is seriously time-challenged, then here are four things you can accomplish that will have a big impact on getting your home sold in the least amount of time for the most money.  Let's call them the bare necessities.

Marlboro Township Among The Safest Places To Live in New Jersey!

The National Council for Home Safety and Security has published "The Safest Cities in New Jersey 2018", and Marlboro Township is rated the 38 safest city in New Jersey!

As of 2017, New Jersey is the third wealthiest state in the nation by median household income, in addition to being one of the safest.  Crime rates here in The Garden State are far below nationwide averages.

With a population of 40,764, Marlboro Township had only 10 violent crimes and 243 property crimes in 2017. This translates into 0.25 violent crimes and 5.76 property crimes per 1,000 residents.

Visit the Marlboro Township Police Department's Facebook page and thank them for keeping us safe!

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