Hurricane Sandy has drastically changed the real estate landscape in Sea Bright, Monmouth Beach, Oceanport, Long Branch and Highlands, New Jersey, and in the surrounding areas.
As a longtime resident of this community, Gloria Benaroch and Marty Garland a life long resident of Sea Bright care about this community's future, and are committed to helping our area move forward and rebuild.
Real estate investors are a vital key to renewal at the Jersey Shore. There will be plenty of opportunities for investment, and to be part of the rebuilding effort. This web site will help you learn more about the changes on the Jersey Coast real estate market since Sandy.
Whether you are a returning resident, new to the area, an investor or looking to sell, we can help you understand the current market trends and predict where the market is going. If you are selling a property, we'll help you price your property according to the market. If you're buying, we'll help you evaluate the property, so you know exactly what you're getting
A non geographically challenged Realtor, Gloria Benaroch will help you with your real estate needs anywhere her Broker license will allow. First Time Home Buyer and First Time Seller Specialist Contact me at: 732-245-4031
Condo Market Study has been uploaded for 2013
Rumson Sold Homes Since January 1 2014
Address un Rumson
1 WILSON CIR
32 1ST ST
28 3RD ST
39 BINGHAM AVE
1 ISLAND RD
3 LENNOX AVE
18 TUXEDO RD
38 BLACK POINT HORSESHOE RD
195 RUMSON RD
56 LAFAYETTE ST
9 SAILORS WAY
21 BLOSSOM RD
10 BELLEVUE AVE
15 CONOVER LN
63 WARDELL AVE
If your home is presently listed please disregard. This is not intended as a solicitation.All information is taken from Monmouth Ocean Multiple listing Service.Coldwell Banker does not represent that hits Agency has listed or sold all properties listed above
ONLY 4 Available OPEN HOUSE Every Saturday and Sunday 1pm to 4pm Come you'll be amazed at how much is done and how beautiful the views are! New Construction For Sale River Pointe Town Homes Patten Avenue, Long Branch
Hi, all you animal lovers. This is pretty simple...Animal Rescue Site is having trouble getting enough people to click on it daily to meet their quota of getting free food donated every day to abused and neglected animals. It takes less than a minute (How about 20 seconds) to go to their site and click on the purple box fund food for animals for free.
This doesn't cost you a thing. Their corporate sponsors/advertisers use the number of daily visits to donate food to abandoned/neglected animals in exchange for advertising. Here's the web site! Pass it along to people you know. http://www.theanimalrescuesite.com
Welcome to Monmouth and Ocean Counties, New Jersey. I would like to share with you some fascinating history about both these areas. Monmouth County was first established back in 1675, the county was originally settled by the Dutch and some New England emigrants. Monmouth County is divided into 7 townships, Dover, Freehold, Howell, Middletown, Stafford, Shrewsbury, and Upper Freehold.
Ocean County is the second largest in the State of New Jersey (in size). It was settled back in colonial times and it was?developed from land that was divided from Monmouth County in 1850.? Most of its development occurred along the coastal beaches and by the Garden State Parkway; the interstate provides access to major areas such as Trenton, the capitol of New Jersey, and to Monmouth County. Ocean County continues to draw thousands of seasonal tourists to the area each year for its beautiful beaches and parks. For more information on NJ History and culture. National Landmarks and historic sites . Things to do in New Jersey