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Red Bank-Shrewsbury Area Home Sales, November 1 - 15, 2012

Here's a list of Red Bank-Shrewsbury area home sales in the first half of November.

 

Despite Hurricane Sandy and the Nor’easter, there were real estate closings during the first half of November. In Little Silver, a home sold in just 8 days, showing that buyers are aware of good value for the money and that homes that are priced correctly (i.e., at the market) will sell quickly.

Here’s the list of Red Bank-Shrewsbury area homes that sold (closed) from November 1st through the 15th (CDOM = Cumulative Days On Market, FP = Fireplaces; Gar = Garage spaces):

 

      Address Closing $ CDOM Bed Bath Half FP Gar Sq Ft $/Sq Ft









Fair Haven


















27 Forman Street $178,000     60   3   2   0  1  1 1,409 $126 84 Cedar Avenue $254,200     42   4   2   0  0  1 1,872 $136 59 Kemp Avenue $702,500       8   4   2   1  1  1 1,828 $384









Little Silver


















113 Rumson Road $325,000    184   3   2   0  1  0 1,186 $274 51 Kings Road $470,000       6   3   2   0  1  2 1,890 $249 120 Markham Place $475,000      74   3   2   1  1  0 2,014 $236









Red Bank


















73 Chapin Avenue $190,000   102   3   2   0  0  0 1,316 $144





 



Shrewsbury


















24 Silverbrook Road $455,000   170   3   2   1  1  1 2,118 $215









Tinton Falls


















56 Danbury Road $158,000      62   3   1   1  0  1 1,654 $96 16 Mount Run $330,000      67   3   2   0  1  2 1,354 $244 13 Churchill Downs $425,000      53   4   2   1  1  2 2,311 $184 8 Gallant Fox Road $807,500    128   4   3   1  1  3 3,762 $215

Information believed to be correct but not guaranteed

 

Len

Leonard “Len” Dunikoski, SRES

REALTOR® Associate

Diane Turton Realtors – Rumson Office

8 West River Road

Rumson, NJ 07760

(732) 239-0739  (cell)    (732) 530-6686 (office)

ldunikoski@dianeturton.com

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Barney November 25, 2012 at 04:14 AM
If Mayor Burden cleaned up Shrewsbury, the home prices would go up. Instead he raises taxes.

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