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Kenilworth prices remain steady

Are you a Kenilworth homeowner or a Kenilworth home buyer? Either way, here’s some news you can use.

If you’re interested in purchasing a home in Kenilworth or the surrounding area, please see a complete list of homes at If you’re planning to sell your Kenilworth home, please call us at 908-917-4189 for a free comparative market analysis of your home.

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Garwood Real Estate Market Report – Feb, 2014



Prices: The average sale price of a home in Fanwood in February was $270,000 – much lower than the average for earlier months of the winter and much lower than the average for 2013. A cautionary warning, though – with only 2 homes sold, a drop in average sales price isn’t necessarily a reason for alarm. 

Team Zuhl is here to help you every step of the way. 

If you’re a Garwood homeowner,  call or email us when you’re ready to get your home on the market! Good luck!

If you’re a Garwood homebuyer, click here to search current listings in Garwood and then call us for your private showing of your new home!


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Fanwood Real Estate Market Update – Feb, 2014

What does this mean to the home buyer or seller in Fanwood? Call Team Zuhl today!

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Clark Real Estate Market Report



Inventory is way down in the Clark real estate market with only 33 homes actively listed today




Prices in Clark continue to rise. The average home that sold in Clark in February was sold for $410,667 – nearly 21% more than the average home sold in February 2012




If you’re thinking about selling your Clark home, get a free Comparative Market Analysis here.

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If you can’t sell, should you offer a Rent to Buy contract?


Dear Team Zuhl,

We want to sell our home but are having a tough time getting the price we want. Is selling our home as a “Rent to Buy” a good option for us?

Harry and Harriet Homeowners


Dear Harry and Harriet,

When you offer a Rent to Buy or Rent to Own agreement, you and the renters sign a contract in which the renter agrees to rent the property for a specified time, let’s say one year, at above the normal rent. The excess rent that they pay is credited after the length of the contract toward a down payment. After the rental contract is over and they have accumulated a down payment, they buy the house, usually at a price agreed upon when the home was originally rented.

This is a good option for you if your home isn’t selling fast enough and you can negotiate a contract that gives you the price that you want. 

This is a bad option for you if you need the cash from the sale of your home to purchase a new home or for any reason. You won’t see full market value of your home for the term of the lease.

Good luck!

– TZ


What did you do with your extra hour?

With the beginning of Daylight Savings Time, we turned our clocks back this morning. And today, November 3rd, was the only day this year with 25 hours.

So what did you do with your extra hour?

Did you sleep?

Catch up with housework?

Read a good book?

Spend time with loved ones?

We spent it writing a contract. Another home sold by Team Zuhl!

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