New Jersey Real Estate News

May 21, 2020

Virtual Real Estate Services Available During Coronavirus Pandemic

While the government has strictly advised against all public gatherings, with some states even banning open houses and home showings, despite a global pandemic, with proper safety measures in place we must find a way to move forward. The real estate industry has bounced back with effective technological solutions to assist in their transactions and nullify the dangers posed by COVID 19 pandemic.

Any offers submitted on a listing, can now be completed by buyers virtually with the assistance of e-sign or docusign applications. Virtual tours replace traditional open house events and showings, and virtual conferences are being conducted instead of conventional face-to-face introductory meetings. The most popular among buyers are access to 3D virtual tours of houses where the buyer has complete independence to roam around the property virtually and internalize the overall look of a house. Jerry Mac Homes is now proud to offer 3D virtual tours with every listing. If any pre-qualified buyer sees a home that you are interested in but afraid to visit it in person for any reason, Jerry Mac will visit the home and take a 3D virtual tour so you can safely view the home from the comfort of your computer or mobile device.

When buyers place an offer on a home, home inspectors are doing the inspections at the property. Some are now offering Face Time meetings or virtual walk throughs, in order to allow you to view the entire process live. The entire home buying process, including signing of the purchase agreement, can be done electronically. Jerry Mac Homes proudly partners with mortgage lenders in the market who have shifted their entire process online, removing the need to appear physically. Title companies are also having closings in separate rooms that are immediately cleaned or conducting them with homeowners or buyers staying inside their cars. Keeping Home Buyers and Sellers Safe!

Of course, if anyone still wants to be physically involved in the process of viewing the house, by maintaining social distancing and using proper precautions like masks, gloves, and sanitizers, showings and deals can still be carried out safely. But if, for example, you are a buyer interested in Cherry Hill real estate and thinking "who is the best realtor that could offer the complete set of services virtually during this pandemic, you may not need to go farther than this website right here. 

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Aug. 12, 2018

Cherry Hill Public Schools 2018-2019 Calendar

The Cherry Hill Public Schools 2018-2019 Calendar has been released.  Check out the school calendar this year! 

The dates below have been revised as of 6/28/18.

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May 3, 2018

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April 25, 2018

Holiday Village in Mt Laurel

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Posted in Mount Laurel
April 5, 2018

Best Places to Live in South Jersey

South Jersey refers to the southern part of the state between the lower Delaware River and the Atlantic Ocean. Most of it, if not all, is considered part of the Philadelphia Metropolitan Area. We've picked out the best places to live in South Jersey based on housing prices, employment, crime rates, education, and other important factors. If you are new to the area, or moving from one part of South Jersey to another, we highly recommend checking out these neighborhoods.

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March 31, 2018

Haddon Heights Real Estate - Homes For Sale & Neighborhood Information

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April 17, 2015

Firehouse Gallery Brings Art to Burlington County Homes

Do art near Burlington County homes.Families living in Burlington County homes can provide many different opportunities for their children’s summertime activities. One of the most popular options for families who have a deep appreciation for art and beauty is the Firehouse Gallery’s Summer Camp in Bordentown, NJ. The Gallery is a Victorian structure originally built in 1886 and is one of the area’s oldest firehouses. It was purchased by Juanita Crosby in 1969 and underwent major renovations. Mr. Gibbons bought it in 1994. In 2003 he made even more improvements to the teaching and living spaces within the building, and from 1994 until 2004 it hosted many exhibitions of local and international artists. Poetry and music events, including some evenings of opera, rounded out the Firehouse Gallery’s contribution to the local community’s art scene.

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April 16, 2015

Camden County Property Owners Find Fresh Produce at Springdale Farms

Get produce on Camden County property.In the township of Cherry Hill, NJ there is a special Camden County property that has been providing fresh produce to customers since it was purchased by Alan Ebert when he finished his time in the Navy in 1949. Now Springdale Farms is Cherry Hill’s last working farm. It attracts hundreds of people every week from the surrounding areas. The yearning for freshly made pies, cakes, and other pastries baked right on the premises, and the desire for the taste of home-grown produce draws people from all walks of life. Chefs from local restaurants buy their fresh fruits and vegetables there, which makes Springdale Farms one of the primary farms involved in the “Farm to Fork” program set up by the South Jersey Independent Restaurant Association.

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April 15, 2015

Explore the History of Gloucester County

Learn the history of Gloucester County real estate.Gloucester County real estate is full of opportunities to explore the area’s rich history. The Gloucester County Historical Society exists to facilitate this exploration for families, whether they are full of youthful enthusiasm, or more relaxed in their mature years. Their motto is, “Unlocking our past by preserving and sharing our collections for the benefit of present and future generations.” The Hunter-Lawrence-Jessup House Museum is one of the primary examples of how they have encouraged historical preservation in the area. The Museum is open on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays from 1:00 p.m. until 4:00 p.m. On the last Sunday of each month, it opens at 2:00pm and doesn’t close until 5:00pm. It is also possible to book a private tour outside of the regular hours. The Museum advises visitors to call ahead in cases of inclement weather to be sure that they are open.

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