Helah Kehati & Jacob Perez, Haworth, New Jersey Writes: Ruthie & the Miron Properties team brought passion and personal service to an otherwise stressful process. They were organized, patient and always accessible. They ensured that we were always well informed and truly cared about our requirements and emotional connection to the homes. We would highly recommend them to any serious home buyers.
Kerry Monahan-Gaughan Writes: Ruth is a top notch negotiator and I highly recommend her when buying or selling your home or business.
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.
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.
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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...
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.
The New Jersey Association of Realtors recently awarded Halina Strzepek of RE/MAX with the NJAR Circle of Excellence Sales Award Silver Level for 2010. Strzepek is the broker associate and partner in the Clifton RE/MAX office. She has several years of experience in residential sales and is one of only 450 RE/MAX associates in New Jersey who qualified for membership into the 100% Club for their performance during 2010. Membership in the 100% Club is based on outstanding production. The NJAR...
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...
Answer these questions to help you decide whether moving up makes sense. 1. How much equity do you have in your home? Look at your annual mortgage statement or call your lender to find out. Usually, you don’t build up much equity in the first few years of paying a mortgage, but if you’ve owned your home for a number of years, you may have significant unrealized gains. 2. Has your income increased enough to cover the extra mortgage costs and the costs of moving? 3. Does your neighb...
Fitness in Tenafly Soon to be more than Just a Walk in the ParkAt a recent council meeting, Tenafly’s Recreation Department set forth a proposal calling for the installation of fitness equipment at a central location within the borough. Working closely with Meyko LLC, an organization with a great deal of experience in outdoor fitness equipment, the Tenafly Recreation Department has proposed to install nine pieces of equipment that will cater to a variety of strength and endurance exercises...
Now that your outdoor space has been plotted and constructed, you are ready for the grand, pièce de résistance of your outdoor oasis, the outdoor kitchen. Picnics will pale in comparison. Look out family barbecue; you are getting the modern makeover of a lifetime!For many of us, whether it is enjoying a bustling breakfast before work or unwinding with a divine dinner in the evening, the kitchen is a large focal point in our lives and a cornerstone of festive family activities. Here...
Tenafly’s New Memorial to Commemorate Fallen Heroes On July 24th, Tenafly received a piece of steel from the World Trade Center, which the town intends to integrate into a new 9/11 memorial. The piece of steel, presented by the Port Authority, will be a component of a dedication to 9/11 first responders, including four Tenafly residents who were killed in the attacks.Tenafly received the steel on behalf of all of the fire, police, and ambulance corps members who responded that day and many...