Sunday, March 3, 2013
Business on Main Street is a hot button issue in Matawan. See which properties may soon be switching hands.
The Matawan Dental Building, the vacant 7-11 and a historic home are on the market on Main Street in Matawan. Matawan Dental is located at 125 Main Street in a 3,200 square foot, one story building. The building is for sale for $649,000 and also offers five parking spaces behind the building as well as close proximity to a municipal lot. The 7-11 at 41 Main Street has been vacant for a few years now. The property is on the market for $588,000. According to the seller, there are no deed restrictions on he 2,600 square foot building. There are ten parking spots. Looking to conduct your business in an office that captures the historic beauty of downtown Matawan? Purcase this historic property approved for mixed use and ready to be revived. …
Sunday, February 24, 2013
Check out what deals are available in the local real estate market.
Several homes in Matawan and Aberdeen have reduced their asking price. Click through the gallery to see photos of the homes. Information about each home is included in the photo caption. For more details on a specific property, click the address below:
Sunday, February 17, 2013
The former Glenwood Institute on Church Street in Matawan is on the market.
A condominium in the former Glenwood Institute on Church Street in Matawan is on the market for $169,000, according to Realtor.com. The historic Glenwood Institute was a private, co-educational school that had its origins in 1834 as Middletown Point Academy, according to a plaque outside of the building. In 1859, Garrett Hobart, who later became the 24th Vice President of the United States, attended the school. The school went on to become a military academy and was closed in 1915. It has since been converted into residential units. The two-story condo has two bedrooms, one full bathroom, spacious rooms, nine-foot ceilings, decorative moldings and a basement, according to the listing. There are no open houses scheduled at this time, but …
Friday, January 18, 2013
Realtor Wendy Trager examines homes sold in January in Matawan and Aberdeen, as well as in Keyport, Holmdel and Hazlet.
Saturday, December 1, 2012
Tips for getting your home market-ready for prospective buyers.
So you’ve made the decision to sell your home. Now what? It takes a lot of mental preparation to let go of a space you’ve grown to love, and the process of selling your home can be particularly strange if you are still living in it. You have to keep your home tidy at all times in order to quickly accommodate your realtor and potential buyers. Here are some tips that will make your home more presentable to buyers, and also help you prepare to move into your new digs. Last but not least, do a walk-through pretending you are a prospective buyer. Note the things that would turn you off and then fix them! Happy selling!
Saturday, October 20, 2012
The weather is forecast as a beautiful weekend to attend an open house, but nothing is more beautiful than touring a home on the market from the comfort of your own.
Tour homes for sale in Matawan and Aberdeen without leaving your computer. Click through our gallery to take a virtual tour. More information on specific properties can be found below:
Saturday, September 29, 2012
See what has been recently reduced in the area.
The asking price has been reduced on several homes for sale in Matawan and Aberdeen area. Click through our image gallery to take a how much they are selling for now. For more information on a specific property, click on the address below:
Saturday, September 22, 2012
Take a peek at houses, condos, and apartments for rent in Matawan, Aberdeen and Keyport.
Looking for a new home, but not for the commitment that comes with a mortgage? Browse through our image gallery to see what houses, condos, and apartments are available for rent in Matawan, Aberdeen and Keyport. The addresses and prices are included below the photo. Click the address listed below for more information on a specific property:
Sunday, April 22, 2012
Don't throw those dead Easter flowers in the garbage, plant the bulbs in your garden for another bloom!
With the Easter season over, my home has become a literal graveyard of shriveled tulips (my all-time favorite spring flower). But just because Easter is over, doesn’t mean I am going to throw out all those tulips! Most people would take their dead potted Easter flowers and throw them in the trash, but there is still life in them yet! Bulb plants, including tulips, hyacinths, daffodils, crocus, and iris, are hardy perennial plants that will keep returning every year in the garden. Here’s how to transfer bulb plants from the pot to the garden: Note: If stems stick out of the ground after being covered with soil, cut them down to the ground.
Saturday, March 17, 2012
A look at what was recently listed in the area
Click through our photo gallery to see images of homes recently put on the market in Matawan and Aberdeen. Addresses and Prices are listed under each image.