Hoboken Market Is Not In A Free Fall

Dated: 11/16/2012

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I just received my 3rd email today from a buyer looking for Hoboken properties hit hard by Hurricane Sandy with sellers desperate to unload.

This storm has been a tragedy for so many, but we are by no means a distressed market. Inventory is low and properties are being sold in multi bidding situations, for above asking, all over town.

The past 2 weeks have truly shown us what a great town we have! How fabulous to live in such a supportive community with such wonderful neighbors!

Hang in there. We will still have strong fall season which will carry into an even better spring market!

If you know anyone who needs help buying or selling, please pass this along because we would love to help them!

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Jill Biggs Group

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