"The market is strong in East Brunswick and other nearby towns like Piscataway and Sayreville," said Peter Klein from the Tress Team at Keller Williams. "But is it not across the board in all markets, as some towns like South Brunswick and Highland Park saw a decrease in average sale price this year."
"East Brunswick is a highly sought after ZIP code because of the transportation connections, great schools, shopping, and more," continued Klein, whose Keller Williams franchisees closed 12 transactions.
"The demand is there from buyers for more home inventory, so now is a great time for sellers to think about putting there home on the market."
The Tress Team offers homeowners a free market assessment of their property. More information is online at their website - www.TressHomes.com - and Klein encouraged people to find out their home's worth.
"Even if people aren't ready to sell now, it makes sense to check the current market value of your home," advises Klein. "We check our 401(k)'s and stock portfolios regularly. Shouldn't we do the same with our house?"
East Brunswick Sold Homes (Jan-Sept 2018)
Source: Central Jersey Multiple Listing Service.
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