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Monday, December 09, 2019

Real Estate

The Cost of Waiting

Last week I ‘challenged’ friends and followers inquiring whether they would choose $1 million guaranteed, or a 75% chance at $10 million. It was a mixed bag of results, and each respondent had their philosophy and motivation as to why they would pick one over the other. The question was a great example of perspective and how

Top Tips for Moving With a Pet

(StatePoint) Your furball is part of the family, so if you’re like most, you don’t make major life decisions without thinking of your pet’s needs — including where you live and how you move into a new home.

When people decide on new homes and communities, pet priorities are often equal

How to Nail the Farmhouse Style in Your Interior Decorating

(StatePoint) Farmhouse style is cozy, rustic, charming and eclectic. While creating the vibe in your own home is easy, according to home decorating experts, it requires some attention to detail.

Designer, Instagram personality, blogger and business owner Liz Marie Galvan, who recently renovated

Should You Hire a Landscape Professional?

(BPT) How do you know if you need a professional? Here are five signs.

Your Lawn Looks Unhealthy

You see brown grass, patchy growth and weeds. You’ve tried everything from various lawn products to altered watering techniques, but nothing works.

$1,000,000 Guaranteed!

One night my son started to ask some fascinating and thought-provoking topics around the dinner table that he and his friends compiled. Of the many engaging questions, one intrigued me the most, and I started to query my own friends and network, wondering how they would respond. The question was, “Would you rather have $1 million

How to Avoid Hidden Dangers in Home and Office Furniture

(BPT) Awareness of health risks from potentially harmful chemicals has grown exponentially in recent years. Consumers are demanding transparency regarding what’s in the food, personal care products and household items we use every day.

But did you know that many home and office furnishings

The US Embassy-Flusser Connection

What is the relationship between David Flusser and the United States Embassy? David Flusser was born in Vienna, grew up in Czechoslovakia, was educated in Prague and completed his doctorate at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem. So far, there’s no apparent connection.

Let’s dig deeper:

A Very Costly Pre-Approval

This week I experienced a situation the likes of which I don’t think has happened yet in my career. Although I am confident that the clients are not local and do not read this paper, I will, as I often do, change a few components of this otherwise true story. A real estate agent whom I have worked with in the past followed up

Purchasing Property in Jerusalem? Join CapitIL Real Estate This Sunday to Learn How

If you have ever considered buying an apartment in Jerusalem, you’ll know it can be difficult to know where to start. Not only is it hard to find properties online, but knowing the rules and how to go about the process are a big unknown for many people.

Unique Ways to Add Style and Personality to Your Kitchen

(BPT) From cooking to conversing to entertaining, the kitchen truly is the heart of the home. It’s also one of the spaces that homeowners most often dream of renovating. A growing trend in kitchen design is personalization, where thoughtful updates go beyond stainless steel appliances and standard cabinetry to incorporate a host

Bergen County Officials Announce Publication of First-Ever ‘Home Improvement Resource Guide’

(Courtesy of Bergen County) Bergen County Executive Jim Tedesco and the Bergen County Board of Chosen Freeholders are pleased to announce the publication of the first-ever “Bergen County Home Improvement Resource Guide” for county residents.

The resource guide is a compilation of Bergen

Links Residential Proudly Welcomes Joey Lazerowitz to Its Team

Having lived in Bergen County for over 15 years, Joseph (Joey) has an extraordinary understanding of the housing market in Teaneck, Bergenfield, New Milford, Englewood and Paramus. His experience attending both the Teaneck Public School system and private religious day schools as a child and teen gives him a unique