selling your home
If you are in the market to sell your home in New Jersey, you’ll want to interview the most dynamic Realtors in Short Hills, Millburn, Summit, Maplewood, South Orange, Livingston, Chatham, Madison, and surrounding New Jersey towns! Sue Adler and her team of experts on the local towns and New Jersey real estate can guide you every step of the way.Big or Small, we sell them all
Our Agent Partner, Laurie Silver-Corsello, who has her Senior Real Estate Specialist Designation, is leading the charge! With years of experience and specialized training, Laurie and our listing success team will be able to help you or your loved ones transition from your home of many years to your next chapter, whether it is local or out of state. We have developed relationships with all condo/townhome communities, and assisted and independent living communities as well.
We recognize that it is very overwhelming for people who have been in their homes for 20+ years to think of moving. Caring concierge service, with hand-holding through every step of the process is crucial. Having your own Listing Success Team takes the “overwhelm” out of every step of the process for you, so you will never have to navigate this alone.
an “Easy Exit Listing Agreement” No more being locked into a long-term contract!
Ask me or any member of the Sue Adler Team ANY question about selling your home or property.
Call 973-936-9129 or email [email protected].
Home to SellPrepare your home to sell
If you live in an older home, we may recommend a pre-inspection, so that you can take care of any major issues ahead of time or disclose them to potential buyers.
Homes that need major repairs receive lower offers to begin with. During inspections, buyers will often try to renegotiate the sale price based on repairs found. We believe in keeping our sellers in the driver’s seat and as we see buyer inspection contingencies being dragged out and working against the sellers. The Sue Adler team is working with a few local real estate attorneys and challenging the status-quo by having our clients take a pro-active approach in addressing major inspection repairs prior to coming on the market. Think of this as preventive medicine. This strategy, while not foolproof, has saved time, money, and headache for our sellers, while giving the buyers piece of mind that they are getting a good house.
At our consultation, we will discuss whether or not this is a good option for you.
When Selling Your Home
in As-Is Condition
Makes SenseWhen selling in as-is condition makes sense
If your home is potentially a teardown or needs many repairs, it may be a candidate for an as-is condition sale, where staging would not be a good investment. We can help advise you once we see your home as this is really on a case by case basis.
When you list your home for sale you want to create an environment where buyers can envision themselves creating years of memories just as you have. Many of our clients have lived in their homes for 30+ years and have accumulated a ton of belongings over that time. We work with some of the best organizers, stagers and contractors in the area who assist our clients in decluttering, packing, storing, donating, and estate sales. The process might seem daunting at first, but once our clients see the team in action, it’s common to hear them describe it as “freeing”.
For a copy of our Room By Room Guide to Decluttering and a list of where to sell or donate your "stuff", click here.
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The Sue Adler Team's List to Sale Price ratio is 99.78%. We tailor a carefully thought out marketing campaign showcasing each listing's unique qualities and lifestyle
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Inventory & Sales
Inventory & Sales
When you meet with us, we will show you week over week and year over year trends and help you determine the best timing for getting top dollar. It's not what you may think!
Despite the SALT tax law changes, our towns continue to be attractive over Bergen County, Westchester NY, and Connecticut since our tax basis is lower. However, for buyers looking to purchase in our towns, homes with higher property taxes have been and continue to be affected, as buyers have become even more cost-conscious. If you are concerned that your assessment may be high, you have until April 1st to file for an appeal. We work with great attorneys who are ready to help.