Help us pack the box truck!
We’re teaming up with the United Way of Gloucester County, The Board of County Commissioners-County of Gloucester Human Service Advisory Council and the People for People Foundation to collect as much food as we can possibly fit into our 16 foot Box Truck! Read on to find out how you can be a part of Gloucester County Cares About Hunger Food Drive, a community-wide event that runs from Monday Februrary 21 through Sunday February 27th.
Help us pack the box truck!
In typical Nancy Kowalik style, we’re celebrating the Holidays with our clients. If you were on Main Street Mullica Hill early last December, you’ll remember seeing lighted balloons and decorations at 46 N Main St. The VIP Client Holiday Party was a huge success!
We’re excited that this year’s party is going to held, but with Covid-19 Requirements, just like we did last year. There will be a tent outside for dining. We will be limiting the number of indoor guest in our office building to comply with Covid-19 Restrictions. We will also ask that guests wear masks when they are in common areas and not eating or drinking.
Have You Checked Your Mailbox? The invitations are in the mail! All our clients, past, present and future have been invited. This is a VIP, invitation-only, red-carpet event and it is going to be very special.
Real Estate with Michelle. She’s a fitness advocate who loves helping people. Read more about what makes Michelle Hammel who she is.
Welcome to 826 Clark Avenue Franklinville, NJ. Here is an Incredible Opportunity to own a PRIVATE, SPACIOUS AND CUSTOM Colonial Farmhouse on 51.5 ACRES Home offers 4 bedrooms and 2.5 bathrooms and an INGROUND POOL with POOL PAVILION and a BARN with 4 stalls and a loft apartment above it. The parcel also has THE POTENTIAL TO BE SUBDIVIDED into 3.5 acre lots.
Written exclusively for Southjerseyteam.com
by Alessandria Carper
Looking for a new house in South Jersey?
When asked which markets have flourished during the pandemic, one would probably think of e-commerce or gaming. Surprisingly, the real estate industry has also flourished during the pandemic.
Would-be homebuyers are rushing away from urban centers toward the suburbs to escape the hustle and bustle of vibrant urban metropolises. This is especially true in New Jersey, a popular spot for New Yorkers and other Americans to relocate.
Recently, more than 3,000 former urbanites flocked to places like Hudson County, so you may want to move somewhere less crowded, too. South Jersey is undoubtedly a great place to start house-hunting. With its sandy beaches, bustling farmers’ markets, and opportunities for outdoorsy adventures, it’s no wonder that three of its towns even made it on America’s hottest neighborhoods to live in for 2021.
Admittedly, though, house-hunting in today’s climate can be tricky. However, this short guide will be able to assist you in navigating the market a little easier.
97 Compromise Road Mannington NJ
MAKE YOUR EQUESTRIAN DREAMS A REALITY WITH THIS PROFESSIONAL EQUESTRIAN TRAINING FACILITY ON 27 ACRES! FEATURING A 75’ x 192’ INDOOR RIDING ARENA, STALLS AND PADDOCKS TO ACCOMMODATE 47 HORSES, A GORGEOUS COLONIAL FARM HOME WITH NEW KITCHEN AND AN INGROUND SWIMMING POOL, STUDIO APARTMENT, GUEST COTTAGE AND SO MUCH MORE!
Welcome to Eddis Farm, an EQUESTRIAN’S DREAM! This farm has everything you need to successfully run a professional equestrian training center and designed so that you can easily host HORSE SHOWS, RIDING CLINICS and SUMMER CAMPS!