Tax consequences when selling a house I inherited in New Jersey

Inheriting a home is a pretty sweet experience, yet bitter at the same time… You are left with great property value you can use to improve your life, but you are still mourning the loss of a loved one. So you may tend to ask yourself at this point “what are the tax consequences when … Continued

How to sell your House Quickly in New Jersey without any Hassle

Are you worried on how to sell your house quickly in New Jersey without any hassle? In this article I’ll dive into some ways you can start to look at to sell your local house more quickly. There are lots of reasons people need to sell their house fast. For instance, some of these reasons … Continued

What is a short sale and how does it benefit you in New Jersey?

What is a short sale and how does it benefit you here in New Jersey? If you’re thinking that question about yourself… great question! In this article we’ll dive into that question so you as a New Jersey home owner can tell what your options are during foreclosure or just if your home mortgage is … Continued

Testimonial – Fawad Khan

We just finished a transaction with Paul and Segis Group. I represented a client who was purchasing a short sale and I’ve got to say the transaction was completely smooth. No hiccups. Paul took care of everything. Segas Group handled everything from the start to the finish. Got the price my client wanted. Got everything … Continued

The State of the Market for Buyers in New Jersey

Is it still a buyer’s market today in New Jersey? As experts in the New Jersey real estate market, we get asked this question a lot. The answer isn’t as simple as yes or no. First off, it really depends on the property type and location. Single-family homes in great locations that are priced well … Continued

How do I sell my house without an agent in New Jersey?

If you’re looking to sell your house or investment property in New Jersey without using a real estate agent, we can help. Although we do cooperate with brokers, sometimes it’s best to avoid paying someone to be in the middle. After all, paying 5-6% of the sale of a property in a commission is a lot of … Continued