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The most recent sold & settled homes in Avalon & Stone Harbor.-complete w sold prices, photos, days on market and full details:
How to appeal your Shore Property Taxes:
Recently every home owner in Cape May County received their 2013 tax assessment. Including Ocean City, Sea Isle, Avalon, Stone Harbor, the Wildwoods and Cape May County. This will serve as your 2014 basis for taxation.
If you feel that your assessment does NOT meet current Market "sales" Value, we can help. If you are not sure, reach out to us for help.
Appeals mus be be received by April 1st, or 45 days from the date stamped as delivery on the notice.
Ocean City Mayor-Jay Gillian reported in Thursday's Budget that Ocean City properties generally lost 1% of their value in 2013.
You will need (2-5) valid Comparable homes sold to justify any reductions-let us know if we can help you
click the link for ALL FORMS & more details:
lets us know if we can help you with comparable homes sold.
Jaime & Chris Pustizzi
Ocean City is evaluating a permanent skateboard park. One similar to the photo above-with smooth poured concrete. Great for the kids and those active families alike. One that will cater to the masses, attract tourist & reinforce our community as the family beach-destination.
...As you can imagine, the local tax-basis of year-round voters, are mainly made up of anti-tax spenders and will oppose any such improvement. Let's help n get our youth playing outdoors again.
HELP spread the word, forward this, and show support for if you have any interest.
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(Dec. 25) A free Christmas Dinner will be offered at St. Peter’s Methodist Church, 8th and Central Ave. It will be a buffet and include home cooked Turkey and Ham with all the trimmings. It will be served from 11a.m. to 3 p.m.
All are welcome, “Rich or Poor, Young or Old, In need of or In Need of Giving, Far From Home or from Just Around the Corner.” There will be entertainment. Take Outs are available. Transportation can be provided. There is Handicap access and Free Parking. You can thank Peaches Lukens who has spearheaded this humanitarian event for many years. It is sponsored by the Christian Community Circle and many generous contributions from Ocean City and the surrounding area. Call (609) 398-8781 for information and/or assistance.
(Dec. 21) A Fairy Tale Christmas Carol presented by the Ocean City Theatre Co., 2 p.m. and 7: 30 p.m. at the Music Pier. All tickets $10, call (609) 525-9300 or visit www.ocnj.us/boxoffice. Everyone’s favorite holiday tale gets the fractured fairy tale treatment. A unique and entertaining adaptation of the Charles Dickens classic performed by 3rd to 8th grade members of the Theatre Co.
(Dec. 21) Breakfast with Santa Claus, 8 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. at Jon and Patty’s, 637 Asbury Ave., (609) 399-3377.
(Dec. 21-22) Free Horse and Carriage Rides, noon to 3 p.m. starting from in front of City Hall, 9th and Asbury Ave.
(Dec. 21-22) Photos with Santa in a Lifeguard Boat, noon to 3 p.m. at the Music Pier, Boardwalk and Moorlyn Terrace, $10.
(Dec. 22) Breakfast with Santa Claus, 8 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. at Yanni’s Café, 841 Asbury Ave., (609) 391-1113.
(Dec. 27, 29) Fox Vocal Arts Presents Humperdink’s Hansel and Gretel. Enjoy the magical, musical adventure of two children, a gingerbread house and a heroic escape from an evil witch! Free admission! At the Ocean City Library’s Lecture/Hall Theatre, 1735 Simpson Ave., Fri., Dec. 27 at 2 and 7 p.m. and Sun., Dec. 29 at 1:30 and 3:30 p.m.
(Jan. 1) First Day at the Beach: 5k Boardwalk Run starts 1 p.m.; First Dip in the Ocean at 2 p.m. Register for both events by the Music Pier. There will be First Day Shopping Bargains all day at Downtown Asbury Ave. Call (609) 525-9300 for information.
GET YOUR FIRST NIGHT New Year's Eve. Admission Buttons now. Choose from 60 entertainment programs with fireworks at midnight and ice skating on the largest Ice Skating Rink south of Rockefeller Center at the 6th St. Parking Lot. Rink accommodates 100 skaters at a time. Skates are supplied or bring your own. Enjoy the world's tallest snowman, 30 ft. tall Bouncy at High School Football Field and much more! Admission buttons are just $15 per person. Visit www.firstnightocnj.com , call 1-800-BEACH-NJ or (609) 399-1412 or get buttons at Stainton's Square, 8th and Asbury Ave. in Ocean City.
The FED just announced they are reducing the rate at which they are buying bonds-indication is the economy has improved & growing. Interest rates to rise in 2014. Read full article below from Buisness Week:
Housing Recovery is Accelerating...US builders are breaking ground at the fastest pace in 5 years!!!!!
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The Luxury Real Estate Market is Booming with potential! Check out 5 Reasons why below:
Condo's for Sale in Ocean City NJ @ The Nantucket
Are you looking for the perfect condo for sale in Ocean City NJ at the beach? Then search no longer because the Nantucket condominiums are for you. The Nantucket was built is 1985 and there are ninety-one units in the complex all with two car assigned parking and everyone has access to the beautiful clubhouse with a spacious patio and pool. The association does allow pets. The Nantucket is centrally located near the bay making for great sunset views upon the lush bay meadows. For more information about condo fees, taxes, or past and current rental history please don't hesitate to contact us for that information.