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  • Short HIlls, NJ 07078
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  • P: 973.250.4825 ext 101
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Meet Sue Adler

Sue Adler has been the #1 Keller Williams agent in NJ for the past nine years, and leads one of the top Keller Williams teams worldwide, with annual production that will top $110 million in 2013.

As an "Outlier" who grew up in the Real Estate business, Sue has proven that it's possible to start over in any market and succeed. She was formerly the...Read More »


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Halloween Events in Millburn, Livingston, Westfield and Summit

Looking for another opportunity to have your little ghoul or goblin wear that expensive Halloween costume this year? Here are some activities on Halloween day that the whole family can enjoy! LivingstonTrunk or Treat at the Learning Express: We welcome families and friends from all over to participate in our Trunk or Treat event at 3 p.m. to 5 p.m. for food, fun and festivities! We are located at 42 Okner Parkway... Read More »

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November Events in Short Hills You Don’t Want to Miss

Mark your calendars! These two events coming up in November in Short Hills are celebrations you and your family won’t want to miss. From crafts to food to vendors to educational exhibits — plus activities just for the little ones — November in Short Hills has something for everyone! Short Hills Street Fair The Short Hills Street Fair will take place on Sunday, Nov. 2 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Millburn... Read More »

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Rate Update From Cathy Haddad and Atlantic Home Loans

We just received this note from Cathy Haddad, a mortgage broker with Atlantic Home Loans. The 10-year bond dropped below 2% this week as a result of poor economic data from Europe, China and the US. Additionally, and almost hard to believe, the world financial markets are rattled by the potential economic implications of a spreading Ebola virus. Crazy that Ebola is actually affecting bond and mortgage rates! Let... Read More »