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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 »

Historic Chatham Promises Many Lifestyle Options

March 22, 2013 by · Leave a Comment 

Historic Facts About Chatham

chatham njWhen the great Wisconsin Glacier backed away 20,000 years ago, the amazing Watchung Mountains and Lake Passaic were left behind. The lovely town of Chatham was developed in the place of the ancient lake, at approximately 160 ft below the surface. Chatham developed slowly and during the 20th century, real estate developers purchased the land and started building numerous homes in the area. Today there are a selection of tasteful homes that reflect perfectly the most popular design styles in America from the end of the 19th to the beginning of the 20th century. Chatham has a thriving business district located on the Main Street with many tiny retail centers, amazing garden apartment complexes, as well as several industrial areas found on the outskirts of the town. Chatham is not only a wonderful city, but it is also a festive one because of the multitude of events and celebrations that take place here each year. The most popular ones are the Fishawack Festival, the Fishing Derby at Kelley’s Pond, the Green Fair, and the Fourth of July Parade. There’s a nice Farmer’s Market that operates at the Railroad Station yearly from June to November where shoppers can purchase NJ fresh healthy products, baked goods, fish, meat and plenty of other delicious foods.

The Natural Beauties of Chatham

Residents and visitors have a wonderful time exploring Chatham with its many trails and hiking spots showcasing the natural beauty of the community and relating interesting facts about its history. The nearby areas are absolutely amazing and hiking is a must-do activity. The Trailside Nature and Science Center in the Watchung Reservation should definitely be included on your list.

Chatham also places high standards on its education system and features excellent schools including:

  • Milton Avenue School
  • Washington Avenue School
  • Lafayette School
  • Southern Boulevard School
  • Chatham Middle School
  • Chatham High School

Chatham Homes and Real Estate

Chatham offers a high standard of living for its residents. The community is welcoming and peaceful, a great town for families with children. You will have easy access to some of the best schools in the area, and benefit from plenty of recreational activities and entertainment venues. When it comes to the homes, the selection is varied and you’ll find prices to fit your budget and tastes.

Take a look at this community and see for yourself all it has to offer — contact a member of my team — we’d love to show you around.


Construction Professionals Are Becoming Tech Savvy Too

March 7, 2013 by · Leave a Comment 

Businessman smiling at cell phone message.As a home buyer or seller, when it comes to your home, you expect your Midtown Direct real estate professional to be up to date on the latest technology. You want us to have an active web presence and list your Midtown Direct home on social media in order to get the most exposure possible.

But are you aware that many single-family home builders and remodeling professionals are tech savvy, too? Do you research the contractors you hire to complete your home renovation projects online before having the work completed? These days you absolutely can.

In a recent study from the National Association of Home Builders, more than 80 percent of construction professionals utilized smart phones and computers and most, over 70 percent, used laptops to conduct business operations and manage projects as well.

Many of these service providers seek ratings and pay attention to client satisfaction, but only about 20 percent allow customers to track project progress through technology. Still, this is one area where technology has experienced huge increases in the last two decades.

As consumers have become more comfortable with their technology, they’ve come to expect it from their construction professionals, many of whom they even connect with on Facebook and LinkedIn. In fact, the study revealed that it may be possible for some remodelers and small builders to double their share of business by using downloadable brochures and sharing new home buying details on their websites.

As a consumer, do you agree? Do you want and need technically proficient builders and remodelers? Do you enjoy looking through website portfolios when deciding on your contractor or do you make your decision on a face-to-face meeting?

I’m sure it’s much the same as being a real estate agent. My clients love searching for homes on my interactive website, doing their own research on my communities and calling me as they have questions or are ready to actively pursue home buying and home selling. Still, nothing beats a face-to-face meeting!  So in today’s world we are lucky to have both.

If you are curious about how technology has changed the construction and home building industry, see the full report here.  And, of course, my team can answer any questions that arise in your search for reputable contractors.

Thinking about waiting for the Spring Market to list your home, Think again!

November 16, 2012 by · Leave a Comment 


This article is very timely given that we are in a very low inventory market. Many people think they need to wait til spring to sell in their homes in the communities of Millburn, Short Hills, Chatham, Summit, Livingston, Maplewood and Westfield to get the best price, but that’s not always true… you will have more competition in the spring, but the buyers who are out there right now are very serious and will jump on that perfect house.I am happy to meet with you for a consultation and discuss timing with you. Feel free to call me on my cell. 973-200-6261 There’s no obligation whatsoever, I just want to help you weigh your options and make the best decision for your family. CLICK HERE TO READ ARTICLE

New Jersey’s "Midtown Direct" area home buyers are now back in the game.

February 10, 2010 by · Leave a Comment 

FORSALESOLDFor home buyers in New Jersey’s Midtown Direct towns (Maplewood, South Orange, Millburn, Short Hills, Summit, Chatham, Madison, Livingston, West Orange) the time has come.

Interest rates  continue to be at records lows. First time home buyers, I get it, you were in high school when rates were in the double digits, trust me they REALLY were that high!!! 5% is a GREAT place to be.

Today, in this market, at these prices, great homes (the ones you all want) are selling like hotcakes! In the fall we were seeing buyers  sit on the sidelines and wait for the market to “maybe” go even lower, and now the shift the past few weeks is that buyers are realizing that homes are selling instantly when they are priced right. Read more