Lori Lemmer, Englewood, New Jersey Writes: Our family had a wonderful experience with Miron Properties, both buying and selling a home. The Miron Team really took the time to know our families and helped us to find the best house to suit our needs. Ruthie and her entire team was patient and never rushed us in making any decisions. Their assistance was invaluable and we would highly recommend them.
Paul Gordon, Hackensack, NJ Writes: Having worked with Ruth Miron-Schleider on the purchase of a house in the past, I have only the highest regards for her. Ruth is honest, intelligent, knowledgeable, efficient, caring, and a very pleasant person. Ruth is an expert in her profession and an absolute pleasure to work with. Once again, I have the opportunity and am looking forward to making use of her expertise. To say that Ruth is the consummate professional is definitely an understatement.
Bena and David Schwartz, Teaneck, New Jersey Writes: Ruthie was a pleasure to work with. She truly listened to our needs and provided us with the resources that ultimately found us the perfect home. Ruthie is a consummate professional!
Naomi Kraus, Teaneck, NJ Writes: Working with Miron Properties was an absolute pleasure and I doubt I would have gotten my house without their invaluable assistance. Ruthie walked me through the entire process, offered guidance and support every step of the way, and went above and beyond the call on several occasions. If I was ever in the market for a house again, I''d use Miron in a heartbeat and highly recommend them.
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Realistic price helps sell 3-bedroom colonial Saturday, January 14, 2012 Last updated: Sunday January 15, 2012, 12:16 PM The Record The listing: Three-bedroom colonial Location: Englewood Listed by: Ruth Miron-Schleider of Miron Properties in Tenafly On the market: One month Asking price: $335,000 The game plan: The home was an estate sale, and the heirs prepared it for market by clearing clutter, painting interiors and having the wood floors refinished. The home was on a goo...
Lack of permits can sink a sale Sunday, July 10, 2011 BY DONNA ROLANDO SPECIAL TO THE RECORD The Record The Teaneck man was handy with a hammer, and did most of his kitchen upgrade himself. He was not so good about nailing down a permit for the work, and it when it came to selling that cost him a buyer, and a higher sales price for his Tudor home. "The deal fell apart," recalls sales associate Barbara Ostroth, who handled the listing for Coldwell B...
Englewood.................$2.2 million 248 Chestnut Street 7 Bedrooms 6 Full Baths 1 Half Bath 4 weeks 4-year-old wood center-hall colonial; family room, 2 fireplaces, den, study, c/a, guest apartment, 100-by-211-ft. lot; taxes $35,400; listed at $2.588 million. Brokers: Friedberg Properties & Associates; Miron Properties.
In the Marketplace: Home sales in Clifton and Palisades Park BY DONNA ROLANDO SPECIAL TO OPEN HOUSE The Record The numbers say it all in Palisades Park where a spike in first-quarter home sales for 2012 seems to be heralding a robust spring-buying season. "It looks like springtime is picking up for Bergen County. We're seeing a lot of activity," said Dr. Ruth Miron-Schleider, broker/owner of Miron Properties, Tenafly. This is bound to be supported with plenty of open house...
1. The closing date. See if the date the buyer wants to take title is reasonable for you. 2. Date of possession. See if the date the buyer wants to move in is reasonable for you. 3. The earnest money. Look for the largest earnest-money deposit possible; since it is forfeited if the buyer backs out, a large deposit is usually a good indication of a sincere buyer. 4. Fixtures and personal property. Check the list of items that the buyer expects to remain with the property and be sure it&rs...
Finally, you are ready to put the cherry on top of your award-winning work. With finishing touches such as the proper lighting, all of the laughter, fun, and joyous times shared with family and friends during the day, can just as easily transition well into the evening. Who wouldn’t want that?There are many simple solutions to convey a warm and inviting atmosphere even after the sun has gone down. Here are four ways to create an unforgettable aesthetically-pleasing ambiance:1. Think soft s...
Looking for Some Family Fun?! Grab a Partner and Come Do-Si-Do!On Friday, January 11, 2013, the Tenafly Middle School Main Gym will transport you to the Wild West as the Tenafly Recreation is set to host its 1st Annual Real Family Country Hoe Down. Put on your cowboy hats and slip into your cowboy boots and come on down to the Tenafly Middle School Main Gym for a night of Square Dancing! Doors will open at 7pm and dancing will be in full swing from 7:30 – 9:30pm.This event is appropriate f...
Honoring Arbor Day: Plant a Tree, Show Some TLCThe weather is warming up, the ground is thawing, and spring is sprouting new life! What better way to spice up the season and honor an age-old tradition at the same time than to plant a tree! Arbor Day is just around the corner (Friday, April 26th) and many people have been carrying out founder J. Sterling Morton’s idea to set aside a special day for tree planting. Believe it or not it has been over 135 years since this tradition first &ldquo...