Savvy Seller – Decluttering Your Home

Do you have closets so full that they can’t be closed? Is the path from the family room to the kitchen so blocked that it’s become an obstacle course? Has your garage become a second attic? If you answered yes to any of these questions, than you may have a clutter problem. There are many reasons why we accumulate so much stuff, such as impulsive purchases or associating items with memories or emotions. One common... Read More

Sue Adler Team Open Houses Saturday, May 18 & Sunday, May 19, 2019

The Sue Adler Team has 10 fabulous open houses this weekend. The following properties will be open to the public on Saturday, May 18 & Sunday, May 19, 2019! Click each listing below for more details and photos, or click here to view all open houses. Saturday, May 18, 10AM to 5PM Holland Acres Townhouses – Use this address for your GPS: 102 W Midland Ave, Paramus, NJ Saturday, May 18, 2PM to 4PM 9 Ferncliff... Read More

Your Home Didn’t Appraise—What’s Next?

Want to Buy a Home? Search All Homes Want to Sell a Home? Get a Home Value Report Attend our next Home Seller Workshop! Register Here Recently, we had an issue with an appraisal on a house that really should have appraised. That inspired today’s question: What do you do if your home doesn’t appraise? First, it’s important to note that the buyer’s mortgage company is the one who sends the appraiser to your... Read More

American Foundation for Suicide Prevention

In 2017, more than 1,400,000 people in the United States attempted suicide. Approximately 47,173 succeeded. It is the third leading cause of death among young people age 15 to 24. There are many statistics about suicide, but the simple fact is that each data point is a life that ended early. They are mothers and sons. They are uncles and friends. Hopefully you will never be impacted by the tragedy of suicide. The... Read More

Sue Adler Team Open Houses Saturday, May 11 & Sunday, May 12, 2019

The Sue Adler Team has 7 fabulous open houses this weekend. The following properties will be open to the public on Saturday, May 11 & Sunday, May 12, 2019! Click each listing below for more details and photos, or click here to view all open houses. Saturday, May 11, 11AM to 3PM Holland Acres Townhouses – Grand Opening Event – Use this address for your GPS: 102 W Midland Ave, Paramus, NJ Saturday,... Read More

Cerebral Palsy of North Jersey

Did you know that every hour a baby with cerebral palsy is born?  The most common physical childhood disability in the United States, cerebral palsy affects the brain, causing motor deficiency, usually as a result of a brain injury sustained during fetal development or at birth. There is no known cure. The impact of cerebral palsy can range from mild to severe depending on the type and severity of symptoms. For... Read More

Healing Together – Curémonos

In May of 2003, Dora Arias received a diagnosis that all women fear – breast cancer. Within seconds her life was forever changed.  Initially overwhelmed by fear and uncertainty, but with the support of her husband, family, friends, support group and her team of doctors, Dora eventually emerged from this tunnel of darkness and beat cancer. Dora’s experience changed her life in many positive ways and taught... Read More

Paying it Forward Halos for Angels, Inc

When tragedy strikes, lives can get turned upside down.  For some, it can destroy. For others, it can become a source of strength. For Karen Casolaro, tragedy made her infinitely stronger. In 2008, Karen received an abnormal mammogram result. During the ensuing days, she felt like an uncontrollable cloud had come over her.  For over a year, Karen endured additional testing, biopsies, a lumpectomy and ultimately,... Read More

Pathway’s Support for Women with Cancer

Studies have found that women with cancer that have strong emotional and physical support tend to better adjust to the changes cancer brings to their lives, have a more positive outlook and often report a better quality of life. For the past 25 year, the Pathways program at the Connections in Summit has been helping to provide that support.  One of the only local organizations that provides direct services to women... Read More

Sports are a Lab for Life – Wolve’s Basketball Academy

Playing on a team can have many positive benefits for a child, such as teaching hard work, fair play, how to overcome adversity and perseverance to name a few. These are lessons that apply not only to sports, but to all areas of their life. As a parent of a child who plays a sport or wants to play a sport, you hope that the experience is a positive one. You hope that the focus is on more than just winning. Unfortunately,... Read More