In Town With Mary Weichert

September 15, 2020

By Mary Tunny Weichert September 14, 2020 — If you’re like many of us, you have put certain things on hold after the events of last March. Homeowners, in particular, who had planned to sell a home in the spring market were understandably cautious. In addition to waiting to learn more about ...

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In addition to its outstanding schools, beautiful homes, tree-lined streets, upscale dining and shopping, and convenient midtown direct train service to New York City, Chatham is known for its proximity to extraordinary scenic outdoor spaces for walking, hiking, cycling, and horseback ...

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From the moment you enter its door, Sorriso Kitchen’s fresh, urban vibe and tempting aromas will put a smile on your face. But there’s much more to smile about at this unique family-owned Chatham, New Jersey, restaurant than its cheerful décor and delicious cuisine. Sorriso Kitchen also is home to ...

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In my 1-minute Market Minute With Mary video, I share thoughts about opportunities for success in this unprecedented real estate market.  

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FOURTH OF JULY CELEBRATIONS: 1776 TO 2020 By Mary Tunny Weichert For those of us who made it through winter and spring 2020, the arrival of summer is a blessing for which we are deeply grateful. The pandemic, our devastated economy, and social issues of recent months have given each of us an ...

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OUR IN-PERSON OPEN HOUSES ARE BACK! By Mary Tunny Weichert  The Chatham Weichert Realtors office is pleased to announce that in-person open houses are now available to buyers interested in seeing homes in Essex, Morris, Somerset, and Union counties. Despite changes we have experienced in ...

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AT HOME IN CHATHAM   By Mary Tunny Weichert The word home brings many good feelings, happy memories, emotionally moving visual images, and hopeful expectations to my mind. It is the place I begin and end each of my days. It is the safe haven I share with my family, friends, and pets. When I ...

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Brief History of US Housing Trends Until the 1930s, most Americans lived in rural areas or cities. But at the end of World War II, many Americans enjoyed a cushion of prosperity that prompted demand for residential suburban communities. Robust manufacturing rates, a high employment rate, ...

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