Planning on moving from Hoboken?


If so, New Jersey Real Estate experts Burgdorff Realtors are having a home buying seminar over at the Turning Point (14th & Sinatra) tomorrow, Wednesday June 3rd from 7pm-8pm.


Soon We Will Be Saying… Remember When?

“The Real Estate market is experiencing an historical moment that will soon be referred to as “remember when?”… when mortgage rates dipped to a 25 year low… when housing prices dropped dramatically and when first time home buyers could receive up to an $8000 tax credit… and it all happened at the same time!!

Since we can see the future, we know what to do now, which is not miss this historical moment in real estate. You do not want to find yourself saying “remember when we should have bought?”

Buying a home for the first time can be a daunting experience, so how to begin?

Why not join us for a free Home Buyers seminar this coming Wednesday evening, June 3rd? You will hosted by a select group of top agents that can provide you with whatever information you may need about the purchasing process. These agents are also area specialists. They can answer your questions regarding the vast array of communities to choose from if you are planning a move out of Hoboken. Many of these towns offer amenities similar to Hoboken: centralized downtowns, easy commuting, fine dining and shopping combined with highly ranked schools beautiful parks, cultural and ethnic diversity and easy access to airports. In addition, there will be a mortgage representative, real estate attorney, and home inspector all on hand to offer their expertise and answer whatever questions you may have.

Please feel free to stop by the Turning Point this Wednesday, June 3rd, from 7 to 8pm and enjoy a cup of coffee during this brief seminar. Reservations would be helpful by email: or phone: 908-233-2386. If that’s not possible, simply stop by. We look forward to seeing you!”

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2 Comments on "Planning on moving from Hoboken?"

7 years 4 months ago

Remember Burgdorff Realtors?

7 years 4 months ago

Why buy in Hoboken? The market is going to shit just over the river.