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  • Short HIlls, NJ 07078
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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 topped $120 million in 2014.

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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Hike Into American Revolution History On May 3 With Maplewood’s Durand-Hedden House

Did you know that a key event of the American Revolution happened right on the doorstep of Maplewood/South Orange? In fact, the Battle of Springfield in 1780 is seen by many as a turning point in the War for Independence. On May 3, join the folks of the Durand-Hedden House, and you can walk in the footsteps of the Revolutionary War militiamen and soldiers who defended this area against the British. On June 23, 1780... Read More »


Two New Restaurants Come to South Orange!

You may know from a recent post that we at the Sue Adler Team are huge fans of South Orange restaurants. Maybe you even tried a few at the annual restaurant week that ended on the 19th. Well, we have good news. Two new excellent food destinations are about to come to town! Mara’s Café and Bakery is in its final stages of construction and will be open for business at the end of April. Recognized as the Best Coffeehouse... Read More »


Summit Ranked Among Best Towns for Families

  The Sue Adler Team is excited to report that Summit was recently ranked among the 100 best towns for families in the state of New Jersey!   Summit was ranked 60th among more than the 500 municipalities evaluated for the list, compiled by New Jersey Family Magazine. The magazine didn’t consider towns with populations less than 1,500 for eligibility. New Jersey Family looked at the entire state and then... Read More »