Witherspoon-Jackson to Become New Historic District in Princeton

It will be interesting to see how this plays out. I am of mixed opinion. In one respect, certainly Princeton’s historically African-American neighborhood deserves official designation and protection from destruction. But regular zoning laws, already conservative in Princeton, take care of that in my opinion. Nobody’s putting up a high-rise apartment building on John Street, […]

a new office!

During my break in blogging I changed brokerages and am now affiliated with Coldwell Banker in Princeton, New Jersey. Here is our office at 10 Nassau Street, across the street from Princeton University. As some of you know I started my real estate career at Coldwell Banker in Princeton Junction eight years ago, near the […]

no, it’s NOT a buyer’s market everywhere

In real estate, a buyer’s market is a situation where there are more properties for sale than buyers ready, willing and able to buy them. In other words, supply is greater than demand, which makes prices go down and gives buyers more leverage over sellers. For more than five years, since the real estate market […]

Moorestown, “Princeton without the university”

Burlington County’s best school district, Moorestown Because I live in Burlington county I often get leads for buyers for Burlington. In New Jersey, property values are highly correlated to the perceived quality of a town’s school district. Prices for similar houses in adjacent towns can vary greatly if one’s in a high-ranking school system and […]

princeton historical society annual house tour november 3rd

The Historical Society of PrincetonĀ has announced the five houses to be featured on theĀ 2012 House Tour, to take place on Saturday, November 3. The tour is sponsored by my brokerage. Holiday house tours are a fun way to get to see the interiors of special and often spectacular homes. Many towns in the Princeton area […]