Calling All First-Time Home Buyers! Do These 8 Things From the Start

Posted by John Kilduff II // May 21, 2018

First-Time Home Buyers

First-time home buyers – congratulations! You have decided to buy your first house! It’s an exciting time with a lot to learn as you prepare to switch from renter to owner. Here are eight steps to help first-time home buyers through the process. Research the area When first-time home buyers know what area you want […]

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Ready to Leave Your Starter Home Behind? You May Want to Think Twice

Posted by John Kilduff II // May 14, 2018

Starter Home

Moving out of your starter home can be an emotional decision. After all, it’s where you got your start. You have built wonderful memories in the house, but life happens and there are many reasons why that might mean moving on from your starter home. For one, you may have outgrown your starter house. What […]

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Your Moving Checklist

Posted by John Kilduff II // May 7, 2018


There are many steps to moving.  Many people have to go through the process of purchasing a home or even finding a new place to rent.  After packing their whole life into boxes and moving them into a new house it can be overwhelming to do anything else. Unfortunately, the work is not over yet. […]

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Why Property Taxes Go Up (No Matter Where You Live)

Posted by John Kilduff II // April 30, 2018

Property Taxes

No homeowner likes to pay their property taxes.  Each time this bill rolls around homeowners are groaning to themselves about the amount of money they need to dish out.   But the reality is that property taxes are important for the neighborhood.  They fund needed programs like the police or fire department, library, schools, and […]

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Setting Up a Budget for Your Home Renovations

Posted by John Kilduff II // April 23, 2018

Home Renovations

Dreaming up what you can and will do to your home can be fun and exciting. Just be warned that most home renovations come with unforeseen costs. So before you start picking out the décor for your remodel, make sure to price out what the remodel will cost you. To start, ask yourself what are […]

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Tiny House to Mansion – What Size Best Fits Home Buyers?

Posted by John Kilduff II // April 16, 2018

Home Buyers

There are a lot of ideas out there as to what the right house size is for home buyers. If you go back in history, entire families were living in one room homes. Skip forward to the late 1900’s and “bigger is better” became the priority. However, recent years have seen a trend shift to […]

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Homebuyers MUST Be Aware of These 5 Things as Closing Day Approaches

Posted by John Kilduff II // April 9, 2018

Closing Day

While it can be tempting for homebuyers to breathe a sigh of relief when your home offer is accepted, it is really just the start of the process. There are many things that need to happen between that moment and when you close on the deal. As the closing day approaches homebuyers need to be […]

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Want to Sell My House Fast New Jersey? These Pricing Strategies will Help

Posted by John Kilduff II // April 2, 2018

Sell My House Fast New Jersey

Home sellers want to know “how can I sell my house fast New Jersey?” The good news is that any house will sell if it’s priced right. That sounds easy enough until it comes time to price your house when you are selling it. When you sell your house, you don’t want to risk losing […]

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Reasons for Investors (and Non-Investors) to Closely Watch the Real Estate Market

Posted by John Kilduff II // March 26, 2018

Real Estate Market

It might seem obvious to you that real estate investors would watch the real estate market. However, you might not know the real reasons why they do it. There is plenty of meaningful information that can be gathered from the real estate market and there are many reasons that you should keep your eye on […]

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How to Beat Out an All-Cash Offer When Buying a House

Posted by John Kilduff II // March 19, 2018


With a shortage of house available, the real estate market is extremely competitive. That means buyers are competing against many other buyers, including all-cash buyers, when trying to secure a house to purchase. In most situations, sellers would prefer to have an all-cash offer to speed the process along. So what are you supposed to […]

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