Dr. Shulamit Rochberg Writes: I would like to take this opportunity to thank Dr. Ruth Miron and her staff, for the most excellent service in taking care of our real estate needs. My daughter and myself have been Ruthie's clients for many years. Ruthie has always been caring and courteous, always available and easily accessible as well as successful in selling, purchasing, and renting our properties. We recommend Ruth and her firm whole-heartedly.
Beth & Nat Lipschitz, Englewood, New Jersey Writes: Miron Properties made the house purchase process as seamless and worry-free as possible for us. Ruthie is wonderful to work with - extremely knowledgeable and spent as much time as needed taking us through every step of the process. Tracy is diligent and proactive about all administrative details, and a pleasure to work with. Miron Properties goes above and beyond in working with clients through all aspects of the home search and buying process.
Andrea and Michael Ferber, Teaneck NJ Writes: Ruth sold us our house last summer. It was a pleasure to work with her. She is very professional. Always provided us with an accurate picture of what’s on the market. She knows what her customers like. She had a good feel for what to show us without wasting our time.
Iris Borman, Cliffside Park, New Jersey Writes: I have found Ruthie and her staff to be knowledgeable, responsive, and a pleasure to work with in my search for a rental apartment. I was treated just the same as if I were buying a multi-million dollar home. Ruthie found exactly what I was looking for. I have absolutely no hesitation in recommending Miron Properties to anyone in need of a Realtor.
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Tenafly.................$1.4 million 29 Farview Road 5 Bedroom 4 Full Baths 1 Half Bath 12 weeks 52-year-old brick and wood ranch; entry w/marble floor, family room, 2 fireplaces, 2 offices, finished basement, patio, 2-car garage, 0.97-acre lot; taxes $30,810; listed at $1.498 million. Brokers: Miron Properties; Prominent Properties Sotheby's.
Ruth Miron-Schleider, long time client of RE/Advantage, just launched her new website featuring listings from the New Jersey MLS. Ruth's premium website offers her clients auto listing emails, buyers and seller articles, CMA information and much more from one of the top REALTORS® in Northern New Jersey. Mrs. Miron's built in lead generation tools include: featured properties, quick search widget, SEO friendly content, embedded contact forms and custom branding. Ruth displays thousand...
On the market: Two homes priced at $829,000 in Englewood, West Milford Saturday, December 3, 2011 The Record Englewood Five-bedroom, three full-bathroom restored Victorian at 184 Sherwood Place has Brazilian hardwood floors throughout, lemonade porch, marble-floor entry hall, fireplace in formal dining room and living room, breakfast room, kitchen, master bedroom with sitting room, master bathroom with whirlpool tub, central air, security system and detached garage. Finished basement ...
The Prospect Warm-Up When cold-calling became taboo, sales associates got creative. Today, technology draws much better results. By G.M. Filisko | March 2011 Cold calling used to be a standard part of business for nearly everyone in residential real estate. But then, in 2002, federal and state Do Not Call laws came along, bringing with them an industrywide fear that a key prospecting tool would be gone for good. But many practitioners today say the ban was a positive development for ...
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A home inspection is an objective examination, by a home inspector, of the physical structure and systems of a house. An inspector will inspect your potential home from roof to foundation, identifying the need for repairs and/or any maintenance work that might be necessary to keep the house in good condition.The following are some frequently asked questions regarding a home inspection:Q. Why do I need a home inspection?A. Purchasing a home is likely to be the single greatest financial investment...
Tired of being one of the “folks dressed up like Eskimos” in your own home? Is the crackling of a fireside flame what you desire, but is your home not equipped with a fireplace? Not to worry, there are other cost-effective options that can supplement your home’s heating system. The most popular alternatives to a traditional fireplace are fireplace inserts and pellet and wood stoves.Fireplace inserts, while a source of heat, provide an aesthetic appeal, offering that warm and co...
It is no secret that conserving water is important. What many homeowners don’t realize is that saving water can, in many cases, save them money in addition to helping to preserve our natural resources. Things like constantly watering the lawn or washing the cars are obvious water wasters. But, beyond those, there are several more subtle changes that we can make in our homes, that can lead to a significant reduction in water usage, as well as significant financial savings. Some of these cha...
6 Tips to Reduce Your Debt1. Assess your debt. Zero debt is what you’re aiming for, right? Not necessarily. There’s good debt, and there’s bad debt. The good kind is debt that will produce a return in the future – or, at the very least, it’s deductible. Credit card debt is always bad debt. Pay it off first. 2. Set a monthly financial target. Do the math, and determine how much money you need each month to return to stable financial ground. Getting there ...