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27 SUFFOLK LANE
4 BED for $7,500
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264 OGDEN AVENUE
5 BED for $929,000
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212 MAPLE STREET
6 BED for $1,550,000
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566 RIDGELAND TERRACE
4 BED for $698,800
 
 
 
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Testimonials for Ruth Miron-Schleider Ruth Miron-Schleider

Dr. Arthur Gross & Dr. Nofit Weiss, Tenafly, New Jersey Writes: We cannot recommend Ruth highly enough. From start to finish she served us with incredible enthusiasm and expertise. Her knowledge of the local market and her ability to utilize that knowledge found us our home. Her resourcefulness and availability (she took our calls via satellite phone even on vacation!) ensured that we got the house. There is no one we would trust more when buying or selling a home.

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Bergenfield Bergenfield

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The 'burbs The 'burbs

The ’burbs A look at the wealthiest just-outside-NYC counties, including their top deals February 01, 2012 By Peter Kiefer 14 Buckingham Drive in Alpine, N.J., sold for $6.2 million. It’s a question many New Yorkers, especially those with children, ask themselves at some point: Buy an apartment in the city, or spend the same amount on a spacious house in the suburbs? When choosing the latter, New Yorkers often flock to the stately homes, McMansions and well-tended lawns of a f...

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FROM OUR BLOG

7 Reasons to Own Your Own Home 7 Reasons to Own Your Own Home

1. Tax breaks. The U.S. Tax Code lets you deduct the interest you pay on your mortgage, property taxes you pay, and some of the costs involved in buying your home. 2. Gains. Between 1998 and 2002, national home prices increased at an average of 5.4 percent annually. And while there’s no guarantee of appreciation, a 2001 study by the NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF REALTORS? found that a typical homeowner has approximately $50,000 of unrealized gain in a home. 3. Equity. Money paid for rent is m...