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Feb. 19, 2014

Just Sold in Avalon & Stone Harbor

The most recent sold & settled homes in Avalon & Stone Harbor.-complete w sold prices, photos, days on market and full details:

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Feb. 15, 2014

Property tax appeal information

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

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lets us know if we can help you with comparable homes sold. 


Jaime & Chris Pustizzi

email: chris@oceancityproperty.com




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Feb. 9, 2014

Ocean City SkateBoard Park

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.  

Let City Council know you would be supportive!

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Dec. 19, 2013

Dec 2013 Events


(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.

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Dec. 19, 2013

First Night Ocean City 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.

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Dec. 19, 2013

Interest rates forecasted to rise in 2014.

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: 


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Dec. 19, 2013

Construction jumps 23% Fastest Pace in 5 Years

Housing Recovery is Accelerating...US builders are breaking ground at the fastest pace in 5 years!!!!!


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Dec. 16, 2013

5 Reasons the Luxury Real Estate Market is Booming!

The Luxury Real Estate Market is Booming with potential!  Check out 5 Reasons why below:



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Dec. 10, 2013

Nantucket Condos for Sale in Ocean City NJ

Nantucket Condos OCNJ

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.

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Dec. 5, 2013

Ocean City Events 12-5 to 12-12



Santa will make another of his frequent appearances in Ocean City during the Downtown's Annual CHRISTMAS PARADE set for Friday, Dec. 6th, starting 6:30 p.m. Parade route is from 6th to 11th Streets on Asbury Ave. Following the Parade, Santa will be escorted to the Gazebo across from City Hall, 9th and Asbury Avenue. Here, he will greet youngsters, pose for photos and distribute treats.


The Ocean City High School Band will keep the march lively as will the popular Pitman Hobo Band known for its great music and comical antics. There will be floats featuring Ocean City High School Championship sports teams. The World's only Walking Christmas Tree will light up and greet on-lookers for a Parade Photo Op.


There will be free carriage rides Friday in the downtown from 5 to 8 p.m. The carriage rides will also be available on Saturday and Sunday from noon till 3 p.m. starting in front of City Hall, 9th and Asbury Avenue.


The Parade is sponsored by the Ocean City Retail Merchants Assn. Downtown Asbury Avenue features over 100 quality stores and restaurants known for personal service.


The Jay Eggly, Ocean City TRAIN SHOW will entertain hundreds of visitors and residents this Saturday and Sunday, Dec. 7-8 in the Music Pier Auditorium, Boardwalk and Moorlyn Terrace. This is an entertaining treat for the entire family. Children and adults alike will be fascinated by two, huge continuously running displays.


The entire stage of the Music Pier will showcase a Garden Railroad spectacular featuring large sized model trains operating in a colorful, woodland setting. Garden Railroad Club members will operate the exhibit. They will show children how to work the controls of the trains and stand by as youngsters enjoy a unique experience. A 30 foot Lionel setup complete with loading docks and other accessories will be featured in the Solarium of the Pier.  Both displays will be run continuously during the two day show.


In between the two exhibits will be dozens of vendors displaying and selling trains, accessories, decorations, memorabilia and railroad novelties. Repairs will be available during the show at the table of master technician Dick Yard, in the Solarium area of the Music Pier Auditorium.


Train Show Hours are 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Saturday and 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Sunday. Admission is $3 for adults and $1 for children. There is plenty of free parking near the Music Pier at close by City lots. The show is held in honor of the late Jay Eggly, an Ocean City businessman and town booster who suggested the event and helped organize it many seasons ago.


SANTA PAWS: Okay, we know you love your dog. You take it for walks four times a day, indulge it with exotic treats, pet it excessively, provide it with the finest chewy bones and toys available plus shower it with sweet talk... But have you ever had its photo taken with Santa Claus? This is the ultimate gift you can bestow upon your canine! It will wag its tail joyously when you tell it the news, that yes! you will take it to the Ocean City Humane Society on Shelter Rd., Dec., 7th between 10 a.m. and 1 p.m. Not only that, you will plop it on the lap of the kindly Old Elf, himself, and smile happily as the camera clicks away. Yes you will smile happily because now you have given your pet the ultimate gift and spoiled it beyond your wildest dreams. And to top it off, it's all for a good cause. The $10 photo fee will help the Humane Society continue to operate its no-kill shelter and find a good home for displaced animals less fortunate than your doggie. Call (609) 399-2018 for information.


JOY TO WORLD: The Ocean City Pops Orchestra offers an entertaining Symphonic and Choral Treat on Sat. Dec. 7th in keeping with the holiday season. Heraldic Trumpets, dazzling bells and triumphant choirs join the Pops in this inspirational and traditional celebration of the holiday season. The program will start 7:30 p.m. at the Ocean City Tabernacle, 5th and Wesley Ave. Tickets are $15. Call (609) 525-9300. The concert is sponsored by Ocean City benefactors, Norman and JoAnne Schaut.


A Musical Treat: The MESSIAH SING-IN will be performed by the Atlantic Youth Orchestra at the Ocean City Tabernacle, 5th and Wesley Ave., Dec. 7 at 4 p.m. Admission is free. For information, call (609) 399-1915 or access www.OCTabernacle.org

The Ocean City Library's gift to baseball fans during the Holiday Season will be a visit by JAMIE MOYER, the Phillies durable 2008 World Series standout and MLB All-Star. Moyer racked up 269 wins over a long career in the Big Leagues. He pitched until he was 47 years old. He befuddled batters with his amazing control and a dizzying array of pitches that kept them off balance and swinging at the air. Jamie came back from elbow surgery and has more wins than Bob Feller and several other pitchers who are in the Baseball Hall of Fame. He is now president of the Moyer Foundation and has written a book "Just Tell Me I Can't." He will talk about how he defied the Radar Gun (using stuff rather than speed) and defeated time. Be there for a fascinating afternoon on December 8 at 2 p.m. in the Library's Main Lecture Room, 17th and Simpson Ave. Admission is free. Learn more about the many free programs at the Library, call Karen at (609) 399-2434, ext. 5238 or access www.oceancitylibrary.org.                                                                                                  


The Ocean City Theatre Company presents LIGHTS, CAMERA, CHRISTMAS, a 2013 Holiday Spectacular. This annual favorite returns with a movie themed production, "Come Rock Around the Christmas Tree." It features a cast of professional singers and dancers celebrating the season with a fully staged revue of songs from favorite holiday/winter movies. Program features high energy choreography, spectacular costumes, outstanding talent and a phenomenal set. Shows are scheduled for the Music Pier, Dec.13 at 10:30 a.m. and 7:30 p.m. Dec. 14 at 2 and 7:30 p.m. and Dec. 15 at 2 p.m. Tickets $18 Reserved, $15, Children under 12. Call (609) 525-9300 or visit www.ocnj.us/boxoffice .


A Live NATIVITY SCENE, Dec. 14 on the Ocean City Tabernacle grounds, 5th and Wesley Ave., 2 p.m. Call (609) 399-1915 or visit www.OCTabernacle.org.
A Traditional CHRISTMAS CONCERT, Dec. 14, the Angelus Chorus, Tapestry Strings, tenor Cody Austin, at Tabernacle, 4 p.m. Call (609) 399-1915. Free.


NOTE: Every Saturday and Sunday through Christmas there are free Carriage Rides, 9th and Asbury Ave. noon till 3 p.m. Also every Sat. and Sun. through the holiday there are photos with Santa in a Lifeboat at Music Pier, noon to 3 p.m., $10. Breakfast with Santa is available at a different restaurant each week, 8:30 till 11:30 a.m. Call (609) 391-0240.


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.


GOOD DEEDS: The Cape May County Postal Food Drive will be held on Sat., Dec. 7. Letter Carriers will be collecting non-perishable food items to help fill our local food cupboard. The cupboard is desperately low especially this time of year. Please leave non perishable food by your mailbox. Your mail carrier will pick it up. You can also drop off food at the Ocean City Post Office, 859 Ocean Ave., M-F, 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. and Sat. 9 a.m.-1 p.m. or the Ocean City Food Cupboard, 501 E. 8th St., M-F 1 p.m.-3 p.m.


You can help the people in the Philippines devastated by the killer Typhoon Yolanda by sending a donation to OCNJ C. A. R. E., PO Box 807, Ocean City, N.J. 08226. Specify it is for Philippine Relief. Ocean City has a sister city in the Philippines, San Jose Occidental Mindoro, that was damaged by the storm.


THIS JUST IN! 2014 Beach Tags, those perfect stocking stuffers, are now on sale at the Aquatic and Fitness Center, 1735 Simpson Ave., the Roy Gillian Welcome Center, Rt. 52 Causeway, Henry S. Knight Building, 115 12 th St. and City Hall, 861 Asbury for just $20.

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