Is a new home in your future? If you’re currently narrowing your options in Central New Jersey, you may want to add Montgomery Township to your list. Despite its convenient location, the township isn’t overrun by development. Large wooded lots give you the peace and privacy you crave, yet you never have to travel far to reach a major highway or buy a loaf of bread. Our handy guide explores topics of interest to potential Montgomery Township homeowners.
Do your eyes immediately drift to the school district information at the bottom of real estate listings? You’re not alone. Three out of five homebuyers said that school district boundaries affected their buying decisions in a 2013 Realtor.com survey. If the quality of the local school district is an important part of your home buying decision, you’ll want to consider moving to Montgomery Township, NJ.
Cost is an important consideration when you’re considering building a new house. Unfortunately, finding information that offers realistic, helpful details about home costs isn’t always easy. Take a look at a few factors that influence cost in Hillsborough new homes.
You’ll have to live miles from stores and schools if you want a large home on a wooded lot in many areas. That’s not the case in Montgomery Township, NJ, located just north of Princeton. The township offers a semi-rural location and the convenience you want. Although the affluent township is among the fastest growing in the state, it’s in no danger of becoming just another congested suburb. A local commitment to preserving open spaces ensures that Montgomery Township will retain its rural appeal in the decades to come.
It’s not easy finding the perfect place to live in New Jersey. It’s particularly hard if you have very specific requirements for what make your home your dream home. Here are six reasons why Fox Brook at Montgomery may be the perfect location for your next New Jersey home.
Nobody is really sure who first uttered the phrase, “Timing is everything,” but whoever it was got it right. There’s nothing quite like being in the right place at the right time. That’s certainly true when you’re considering buying a new home in New Jersey. But sometimes life can get in the way.
What does the ideal New Jersey home look like? That depends on whom you ask. Different families have different tastes, lifestyles, and needs. There are, however, some characteristics that great homes share.
Many homeowners who build new homes find themselves in an on-going battle of the budget. We’ve all heard the tales of woe involving homeowners who suddenly found themselves in way deeper than they’d ever planned. More often than not, they fall prey to “scope creep,” a situation in which they keep adding little elements to the scope of their homebuilding project until the price tag no longer bears much resemblance to the budget they decided on.
One of the biggest benefits of buying a new home in New Jersey is that every new home in the state comes with a warranty. Which as any homeowner will tell you, is worth its weight in gold!
Long ago (as early as 1659 in James Howell’s Proverbs in English, Italian, French and Spanish) it was said, “All work and no play makes Jack a dull boy!” Some 350 years later, that’s still true! But today Jack and Jill find that home is a place where they can (and want to) relax, entertain, or work. Of course, doing that requires the right kind of home.