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NJAR -DISTINGUISHED SALES CLUB AWARD

Dale is the Recipient of the NEW JERSEY ASSOCIATION OF REALTORS® DISTINGUISHED SALES CLUB® AWARD!! Dale receives this Award for being Recognized for over a decade of Circle of Excellence - Real Estate sales. Over a Decade of Dedication and Experience with more than hundreds of transactions. Dale continues to be an expert in the real estate market. Feel free to contact Dale to congratulate him for his accomplishment!
Posted to Check it Out ! on Thursday, March 16, 2017 at 1:57:56 PM

Downtown Jersey City 4th qtr 2016 Supply-Demand review

An analysis of the Supply & Demand ratio in DTJC: The Supply and Demand Ratio is the relationship between ‘New Offerings’ coming on the market in any given month or quarter and ‘in-contract Sales’ in that same period.  This activity is expressed as a percentage ratio.  In this State of your Real Estate Market Newsletter we will be looking by comparison at the Supply and Demand Ratio of the 4th quarter between the years of 2014 and 2016. The Supply and Demand Ratio is a frequently used indicator by real estate market analysts as well as highly professional and experienced real estate brokers. A rising percentage ratio is indicative of improving market conditions, or a condition of the demand for property keeping up with, or even exceeding the supply. A declining ratio is indicative of weakening market conditions, or a condition...
Posted to Market Snapshot on Friday, February 17, 2017 at 4:11:39 PM

Hoboken Q3 Supply & Demand - snapshot

The Supply and Demand Ratio is the relationship between ‘New Offerings’ coming on the market in any given month or quarter and ‘in-Contract Sales’ in that same period.  This activity is expressed as a percentage ratio. The Supply and Demand Ratio is a frequently used indicator by real estate market analysts as well as highly professional and experienced real estate brokers. A rising percentage ratio is indicative of improving market conditions, or a condition of the demand for property keeping up with or even exceeding the supply. A declining ratio is indicative of weakening market conditions, or a condition of the demand for property not keeping up with the amount of supply coming onto the market.  For example, a 100% ratio would indicate property being sold as fast as it comes on to the market in a given period.  A ratio of 50% would indicate property coming on the market...
Posted to Market Snapshot on Tuesday, November 22, 2016 at 5:12:30 PM

Jersey City Downtown: Year-to-Year Stats

The  Average Sold-Sale Price  is a reflection of ascending or descending prices within a given market year over year. Given in a percentage, one can determine the amount of appreciation or depreciation that has occurred. It is also an indicator of market trending. The more appreciation the hotter the trend. Less appreciation indicates a cooling off trend. The following is the average sale price for Downtown Jersey City beginning in 2011 which many believe to have been the market’s low point after the housing crisis. 2011 Average Sale Price: $459,324 2012 Average Sale Price: $472,277 (2.8% appreciation) 2013 Average Sale Price: $533,636 (13% appreciation) 2014 Average Sale Price: $605,307 (13.4% appreciation) 2015 Average Sale Price: $687,620 (13.6% appreciation) 2016 Average Sale Price: $721,072 (4.9% appreciation) Looking at this trend we...
Posted to Trending Market Stats on Monday, October 31, 2016 at 10:19:47 AM

DOWNTOWN JERSEY CITY MARKET SNAPSHOT

The Seller : Buyer Ratio is one of the barometers most frequently used by professional housing market analysts and very professional real estate brokers. This relationship is expressed as a ratio between the number of home sellers with a home to sell, compared to the number of buyers who have contracted to purchase a home during a given month. So, a ratio of 10:1 would indicate there to be 10 sellers for every 1 home buyer, thus indicating an oversupplied market condition, and certainly not the case in DTJC at the moment. Conversely, a ratio of 1:1 would indicate a buyer for every home on the market, thus indicating strong market demand, quick marketing times and declining unsold inventory. Significant changes in this ratio typically provide an early warning of changing market conditions. For September 2016 the Seller to Buyer Ratio in DTJC is 2:1, meaning there are two sellers for every...
Posted to Market Snapshot on Friday, October 14, 2016 at 3:23:02 PM

- Dale Fior & Halstead Property - Market Locally & Globally

Dale Fior & Halstead Property - Market Locally & Globally   As part of the Leading Real Estate Companies of The World -   Dale Fior & Halstead Property  market homes both locally & globally.   Through our affiliate network–we have unmatched Global Reach!   Ask me about a customized marketing platform to service you today. 
Posted to EXCEPTIONAL SERVICE BRINGS RESULTS on Tuesday, May 17, 2016 at 12:19:35 PM

Dale Fior Halstead Property NJ - Agent of the Year 2015

Many Thanks to Halstead Property for Awarding me 2015 Agent of the Year, 2nd year in a row!   It is my sincere pleasure to provide exceptional service and representation to all my clients, and I appreciate their friendship and business.   Thank you all !
Posted to Check it Out ! on Friday, April 01, 2016 at 2:00:47 PM

New York is coming! Does a seller need a Realtor with a NYC connection?

New York is coming! Does a seller need a Realtor with a NYC connection? You bet they do! One of the growing trends that we have been seeing at our open houses in DTJC for the past two years is the number of buyers from NYC and Brooklyn who have told us they have found our listing on a NYC search engine, the Halstead website, or NYTimes.com.    These marketing venues are unique opportunities that Halstead Property is providing Jersey City and Hoboken homeowners, and also setting us apart from our competition, to capture the interest in our area from the other side of the Hudson as a more affordable option for home ownership that this recent article in the real estate section of the NY Times is attesting to.   See article! It’s really a new day in DTJC particularly, (Hoboken has been eyed by...
Posted to Trending on Saturday, February 13, 2016 at 2:10:17 PM

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