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Here’s where we share what’s going on in our business.  We post new listings and we get under the hood of our transactions to explain about the process. Come back often – or sign up for our email newsletter and get the same information delivered to your inbox!

Thinking of Selling?

This message will soon be hitting mailboxes in Basking Ridge. If you receive one, please call me! If you don’t receive one, but are thinking

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Got wine?

Wine Click here to view online with images. Are you a wine drinker? Do you need closing gifts? Hi friends – I have a really

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123 Main Street, Basking Ridge

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Short Sale? Foreclosure?

Short sale, pre-foreclosure, foreclosure, bank-owned, in foreclosure, forbearance, oh my: so many terms! Many people are wondering if foreclosure properties or short sales are the

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Q3 Predictions – GDP

A picture is worth a thousand words and today I am sharing two pictures – TWO thousand words! There is so much going on in

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How to Win a Bidding War

How to win a bidding war in a seller’s market. It can be frustrating and sometimes you need to lose a few to really understand

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Who is Moving to NJ?

Odds are pretty high that a city-dweller will be your buyer. Here’s how I know: While many people across the U.S. have traditionally enjoyed the

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2020 Homeowner Wish List

Source: A recent study by realtor.com While we have been staying home, experts have been doing studies about what we as homeowners would change, if

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Basking Ridge Market Update

We are definitely seeing an uptick in activity – inventory is down because many home sellers and buyers are sitting tight until the Covid-19 crisis

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Support Our Healthcare Workers

Signs of Hope – I am passing along this opportunity to support our healthcare workers by acknowledging their risk, lifting their spirits and simply saying

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House Selling Process

Things You May Hear Us Say If I had a dollar for every time someone said to me, “I don’t know how you do it”,

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Basking Ridge Food Drive

Goodwill goes a long way! There is a Basking Ridge food drive happening right now: Feb 21 through March 23; you have an entire month

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Fire Prevention Tips

Ten things you can do to prevent a house fire in six scenarios A free burning fire can double in size every 60 seconds.  Help

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Basking Ridge Home Sales

In 2019, home prices were up in most markets. Basking Ridge home sales, however, experienced a slight dip in average sale price from 2018. This

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The Blanchard Team

Wishing you joy and peace and everything you can dream of during this holiday season. We’ll see you in 2020!

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Last Call for Santa Presents

Tonight is your last opportunity to make an appointment with Santa or a Liberty Corner Firefighter to bring your child a gift this coming Saturday.

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Did You Know?

Bernards Township Sewerage Authority, $500/year paid in two installments. Homeowners in Basking Ridge pay $500 per year for use of the public sewer. It is

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Happenings Around Town

The Max Challenge – sometimes it feels like my second home. Which is a good thing because it keeps me healthy. You might have seen

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Can you Sing?

I cannot. I mean, I really cannot. I can’t carry a tune if you hand it to me in a bucket. My children? They can

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Basking Ridge Fundraisers

Fund raising events are part of a community’s landscape. There are several local organizations that are near and dear to my heart and I will

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First Time Home Buyer?

Are you a first time home buyer? Got the jitters? I bet you do, but don’t worry, The Blanchard Team strives to put you immediately

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November, 2019: Closings

Basking Ridge saw 36 closed sales last month. Inventory levels still strong – indicating an appreciating market. The market for townhouses Under $400,000 is especially

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