If you’ve been thinking about investing in Monmouth County homes for sale, Red Bank real estate or property in Ocean County, now is the time to get serious about it.
Monmouth County, NJ (PRWEB) July 26, 2011
Middletown, Colts Neck, Farmingdale, Spring Lake Heights and Fair Haven are only some of the Monmouth County towns that have recently been ranked among the best places to live in New Jersey and the nation, according to leading real estate professional Marissa Ferrari. A specialist in property in Monmouth County, Ferrari cites these recent accolades from CNN/Money Magazine and New Jersey Monthly as she encourages home buyers to invest in a home in the area.
“Monmouth County has a lot going for it—an ideal location that’s less than an hour from Manhattan, a strong, diversified economy, topnotch schools, around 12,000 acres of open spaces, 27 miles of beaches, and much more,” says Ferrari. “It’s no surprise, then, that the communities here are regularly named some of the best places to live in the state and the country.”
While the county and its nearby areas haven't escaped unscathed from the effects of the recent economic downturn, Ferrari points out that today’s lower home prices and mortgage interest rates are something that home buyers should take advantage of.
“If you’ve been thinking about investing in Monmouth County homes for sale, Red Bank real estate or property in Ocean County, now is the time to get serious about it,” she says. “It’s not really a good idea to wait until the market bottoms out because that’s very difficult if not impossible to predict.”
Ferrari specializes in Red Bank, NJ real estate and properties throughout Monmouth County and adjacent Ocean County. A New Jersey native, she has a background in economics and heads a team of dedicated professionals whose areas of expertise range from waterfront and investment properties to new construction and commercial real estate.
For more information on Ferrari and her team’s services and to start browsing for homes in Monmouth and Ocean counties, visit their website at http://www.MarissaSoldMyHome.com.