Morris County NJ Real Estate

Listing: 6 Keyes St, Florham Park, NJ

By Coccia
At Sep 06, 2018

Open House this Sunday, Sept. 9th from 1-4pm
6 Keyes St, Florham Park, NJ

This is a 2 year old center hall colonial with gourmet kitchen, beautiful trim work, finished third floor and 1st floor in-law suite. It comes with a gourmet open kitchen and family room perfect for entertaining. The 2nd floor includes a laundry room, large master suite with custom closets and opulent bathroom. And of course, beautiful rooms for everyone in the family! The large custom backyard is beautifully landscaped (front and rear). And the outdoor kitchen including grill, storage, pizza oven, smoker, fridge, whole house gas generator and more! So what are you waiting for? This home is a must-see! Contact us at (973) 887-2500 for more information and see this wonderful house for yourself, this could be exactly the home your family has been dreaming of!

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By Coccia
At Oct 19, 2009

Coccia Real Estate lists two great properties. 

631-633 Lake St., Newark $379,900

3 bedroom, 3 full bath split level located across from park in the Forest Hills Section. This home is in move in condition with a 1 car garage, large yard and a finished basement with full bath, summer kitchen and entrance from garage.

2752 Meister Avenue, Union $309,900

Great cape cod located in great neighborhood. Totally move in condition. Newer kitchen and baths, 3 season room, formal dining room, great yard, 1 car garage and finished rec room in basement. A real gem and condo alternative!

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Coccia Real Estate Group lists home in East Hanover

By Coccia
At Oct 12, 2009

On October 9, 2009 Coccia Real Estate placed 3 wildwood Avenue, East Hanover on the market. This home is listed at $649,999 and features 5 bedrooms and 3 full baths. Some of the amenities include a new kitchen, modern baths, family room, 2 car garage, patio and oversized lot.

October continues to be a productive month for Coccia Real Estate Group with homes on Eberhardt, Castle ridge Drive and Ridgedale Avenue going under contract.

Thinking of buying or selling? Call Morris counties local broker today

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October Starts with a bang!

By Coccia
At Oct 05, 2009

Coccia Real Estate hits the ground running in October. We are pleased to announce some excellent new listings available right now:

122 Troy Hills Road, Whippany – Completely renovated inside & out in 2004. This 4br/2.5 bath custom colonial features: a large master bedroom suite with oversized tub and walk in shower. Kitchen has top of the line appliances with breakfast bar & granite. Oversized “timbertech” deck hardwood floors & fireplace LOW TAXES. NOT A DRIVE BY…Bigger than appears!

2802 Courtland Lane, Whippany – Priced to Sell! Nice, Clean 2 floor unit. Neutral Carpets, 2nd fl laundry, each bedroom has private full bath. This townhome features a garage and basement. Won’t Last!

8 Ward Place, East Hanover – Quality built new 1 family. List of amenities include: 3 Zone Heat/Air, Anderson Windows, Gourmet Chef’s Kitchen, Custom Cabinetry, Granite Counters & Center Island, Stainless Appliances, French Doors to Patio, Master suite with walk in closet and unbelievable 5 piece bath, Jack & Jill bath with double vanity. Bonus 3rd floor office/den. Basement is plumbed for full bath.

The market is really beginning to heat up in this traditionally busy fall market.

Call us today!

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The Changing Times we live in

By Coccia
At Jun 15, 2009
We are just about halfway through 2009 and it appears we have turned a corner. The last four months have manifested a change in the behavior of buyers towards Real Estate. No longer are they nervous, afraid, apprehensive or unwilling. It seems that people are willing to buy again!
I am not sure what the main reason is for this change in thinking. It could be the $8,000 tax credit for 1st time buyers, the historically low interest rates, the willingness for banks to lend money again, the terrifically low prices that homes are selling for now or maybe just a general consensus that the “worst Is over” and I still have a job.
I am very happy to say that this is great news for both buyers and sellers in today’s market. If you are looking to sell you can now feel comfortable that if your house is listed properly you will have activity. If you are looking to buy this greater activity has given homeowners more confidence to place their home on the market and this gives you more choice of quality homes to choose from.
I have endured a constant question for the last 18 months and I can finally say I think I can answer it. The question asked of me is, “Have we hit bottom yet”.
My answer has always been, “We won’t know it’s the bottom until we have risen from it.”
Things appear to be getting better. Don’t let this opportunity get away. If you are thinking of buying a home call your Coccia Real Estate professional today and let them educate you on all the advantages you have purchasing in today’s market.
Chris Cocccia, e-PRO
Coccia Real Estate Group
434 Ridgedale Avenue
East Hanover, N.J.  07936
973-887-2500 Offfice
201-424-0095 Cell
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Things are changing in the Morris County Real Estate Market

By Coccia
At May 07, 2009

The housing market is showing signs of improvement but U.S. Housing and Urban Development Secretary Shaun Donovan said Wednesday that it is too early to tell if the recovery has taken hold.

A combination of sellers pricing their homes more in line with current market conditions, low interest rates and a more optimistic outlook for the future is inducing buyers to make more offers on homes. I am also seeing a “pent up” demand to sell, buy and upgrade from families that have otherwise avoided making such a bold move in the past few years.

Inventory levels in East Hanover, Florham Park and Hanover Township have not been this high in years. The options buyers have now are tremendous. When speaking to a buyer for the first time and noting their needs I am now able to show them several houses that fit their criteria.

First time buyers are also playing a large part in purchasing inventory presently on the market. The NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF REALTORS® says more than 50 percent of March’s home sales were tied to first-time buyers. Experts believe getting first-time buyers off the sidelines to take advantage of historically low interest rates and federal tax credits will reduce the glut of homes on the market and spark a recovery.

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