Need a New Jersey Real Estate Agent?
New Jersey is a great place to work, live and raise a family. Thinking of moving to South Jersey and need a New Jersey Real Estate Agent? Finding the right agent can be tricky, but with a little leg work on your part, you can be assured of finding not only a reliable agent, but also finding the right agent for you.
Tips for Choosing an Agent you can Trust
Ask a potential agent for their closing rate in the past year and how many years he or she has been in business. You want an experienced agent, not a rookie. Visit some open houses in your area of interest. This is a good place to meet Realtors. If you know people who have recently purchased or sold a house, ask for recommendations. On the flip side, if you are interested in a particular agent, ask for contact information of recent clients and call a few for opinions. Check to see if the Realtor has a website. There are a lot of ways that online presence is the key to a successful home search.
Look for an agent with an active client base. A good agent will balance quantity with quality. Too many clients and you will not get the personal attention you should expect and too few may mean poor service.
Ask for and check references. Look for an agent that lives in or is extremely knowledgeable about the area you are interested in. A good agent should be able to answer all of your questions about schools, shopping, area recreation, etc.
Who is Roxanne Ardary, South Jersey Real Estate Agent?
With twenty years in the South Jersey area, I consider myself an expert in area real estate. I am definitely a people person and I love working with people and helping them find the right home. Living in South Jersey is ideal for families due to its rural feel and slower paced life style. There are also many communities for the 55 and over set, designed for every type of life style and social inclination, whether you want relative peace and quiet or an active social calendar.
Explore the Counties of Burlington and Camden
Southern New Jersey encompasses many counties and cities. Let’s explore the high lights of Burlington and Camden Counties and the housing markets in each. We know that for families, school quality is a key issue. Our website contains links to resources where you can investigate properly to ensure that schools in your chosen area are up to Department of Education standards and, more importantly, your own.
Marlton is a desirable location and, as of the 2010 Census, had a population of 45,538; the largest percentage of the population was made up of adults ages 25-64 comprising 17,620 households with 32.8% having children under the age of 18, with the median age of residents at aged 40.5. The 2010 Census shows a 7.7% increase in population from the Census of 2000.
Marlton, also known as Evesham Township, is served by 7 elementary schools, 1 central high school, a technical school and several private schools and is serviced by The New Jersey Transit Authority between Berlin and Philly.
For buyers, there is plenty to choose from in Marlton. All available real estate in Marlton is listed in our data base from single family homes to condos to town houses in both new construction and existing housing, both in a variety of neighborhoods. If you see something you like, a call to us will get you an appointment to view very quickly, and sometimes getting in early is the key to beating out the competition. You get in, make an offer and secure your position early on and possibly lock down the property you want right away. No one likes finding their dream home only to see it snatched up by another buyer. You can also search by neighborhood on the website and sign up for emails to be notified when new properties become available in your search area.
There are several towns to choose from in Camden County and plenty of diverse communities within those towns, plus a wide variety of home types, including single family, condos, town houses and 55+ communities. Cherry Hill, a widely sought after location, has a lot to offer.
Cherry Hill Township offers great schools, always a consideration for families, and the recently revamped Cherry Hill Mall. Cherry Hill schools have been recognized by the state for its high testing scores and graduation rate.
Cherry Hill Mall, built in 1961, was the first enclosed mall on the East Coast. Once a bit run down, Cherry Hill Mall has risen from the ashes as a premier shopping destination. With the addition of Nordstrom’s and many new restaurants, the long awaited and much anticipated renovations have brought the mall back to life.
Philadelphia, with its rich culture and history, is a short drive from Cherry Hill. Cherry Hill is very family friendly and offers more of a city feel for those who like to be closer to shopping, fine dining and a more metropolitan area.
Cherry Hill, by virtue of being a more metropolitan area, offers plenty to do. It is within easy access to Washington DC, Atlantic City, New York City and, of course, Philadelphia. There are plenty of parks and outdoor recreation for the nature lovers, and for the bookworm, Cherry Hill offers one of the largest libraries in the state with lots to see and do beyond books.
If you think Cherry Hill is the place for you, contact our office today to start your search for your perfect home. We have many options and properties available, so your Cherry Hill home is closer than you imagine.
Home buying can be stressful and difficult, but we make it easy on you. We do the leg work to find you just what you are looking for, as well as finding you the moving services you will need access to when you find your dream home in the Garden State. Go with an agent you can trust. You will never regret choosing our agency and we guarantee the best experience in home buying you will ever have.