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221657_1360934405Feb 20 2013 Z2_layout LOW REZ

221657_1360934405Feb 20 2013 Z2_layout LOW REZ

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W
ith the Holiday seasoncomfortably in the rearview mirror, potentialsellers are entering an annual peri-od of what I call, “Listing Limbo.”The internal debate rages as towhether or not one should listtheir home now, or wait until thespring market arrives.Let’s take acloser look at each approach from aRealtor’s perspective to see if ouranswer becomes a bit clearer.“List now” is the answer thatmany Realtors will give, and inmost cases it can be sound advice.The truth is that even thoughbuyer traffic may be lighter thistime of year, the buyers that areactually out there tend to be veryserious.The herds of casual look-ers seeking the latest interiordesign tips have not yet left theirwarm homes to venture out andsee what this year’s inventory hasto offer.That coupled with thefact that the inventory of homes isstill low from winter could meanthat waiting until spring may alsomean missing a solid buyer.So it’s a no brainer?Not sofast!Many homes have physicalcharacteristics that may increasetheir value once the white outsideturns to green.For example, lake-front properties and those withextensive landscaping could betaking one of their strongest assetsoff the table by listing too early.If one of the key factors in procuringa sale has to do with what sitsbeyond the outside walls, it may bea good idea to give it a month ortwo to ensure that your strongestfoot is forward.Remember, youonly get one shot at being “NEW”and you want your home and itsparticular characteristics to be attheir best.So there you have it.If youare looking to sell this year, listingnow may be your best bet consider-ing the lack of competition.Onthe other hand, if your home’sdesirability will be decreased by thelack of plants, pools, lakes or anyother outdoor asset, you are likelybetter off waiting until Mother Nature is on your side.Here’s to aphenomenal year in real estate.See you on the market!Bill Boswell is a co-founder of The Boswell/Aiosa Group. Theirteam offers state-of-the-art realestate service to all of Morris,Passaic, and Bergen Counties. Heis currently the #1 agent inColdwell Banker’s Franklin Lakesoffice. You can reach Bill on hiscell phone at 973-224-4605orviae-mail atBill@North JerseyLuxury.com.
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FEB 22
•Beefsteak for Basketball sponsored byLincoln Park PAL Basketball on Fri-day, February 22from 7-11pm attheAmerican Legion, 133 Main Street,Lincoln Park. Tickets are $45 pp andincludes: DJ entertainment, dinner,“beverages,” soda, coffee & dessert.Proceeds to benefit PAL Rec and Travel Teams for team equipment and to keepall registration fees at a minimum. Topurchase tickets or to make a donation-please contact Janet or Patti at 973-694-1146 or stop by the PAL or see oneof your coaches during practices orgames. PAL Basketball needs your sup-port!!
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•The Dey Mansion/Washington’sHeadquarters museum, located a 199 Totowa Road in Wayne will be hostingits annual Washington’s BirthdayCelebration on Sunday, February 24from 11am-4pm. Admission to themuseum is $1.oo per person.There will be re-enactors, militia drills(weather permitting), hearth cooking,crafters, demonstrations, music, and181b century dancing, all these activi-ties are on-going throughout theday.The Dey Mansion is a 1740Georgian home that General GeorgeWashington used for his military head-quarters for three months during theRevolutionary War. Today the historichouse is owned and operated by thePassaic County Department of Parksand Recreation and is furnished witheighteenth century antiques. Guidedtours are available Wednesdaythrough Sunday year round. For moreinformation call The Dey Mansion at973-696-1776.
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•The Lincoln Park Lions Club’s 25thAnnual Beefsteak Dinner-Dance will beheld Saturday March 2 from 6:30-11:30pm at the American Legion Hall onMain Street (Rt. 202) in Lincoln Park. Tickets are $42.50 each and include beer,soda and door prizes. Music will be pro-vided by The Berkeleys. For tickets ormore information contact Lion Wayne at973- 696-2432 or Lion Bill at (973) 628-1474.No tickets will be sold at the door.
MAR 9
•American Legion Post 242, 700Newark Pompton Turnpike, PomptonPlains will have their Corned Beef andCabbage Dinner on Saturday, March 9at 5:30pm. Tickets are $15.00 and willbe sold at the door.
MAR 13
•The Suburban Woman’s Club ofPompton Plains will host their Annual Tricky Tray/Dinner on Wednesday,March 13 at 6pm at the BestWestern/Regency House, 140 Rte 23North, Pompton Plains. Cost of ticket is$40 per person and includes dinner andone sheet of tickets for the 1st Level.Cash bar and 50/50 Raffle. For infor-mation and or to purchase tickets con-tact Janice at 973-694-7856 orLorraine at 973-839-3194. Tickets areavailable now.
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•Montville Reformed Church Women’sGuild is hosting their annual Ham Dinneron Saturday, March 23 from 5:30-
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