Wednesday, December 18, 2013

Interest Rates may rise in 2014

Merry Christmas From Real Estate & More At The Jersey Shore

   December 2014                                            YOUR JERSEY SHORE INFORMATION CONNECTION 

    Real Estate & More At The Jersey Shore 

Merry Christmas


Happy New Year

From Dawn Marie White

& Crossroads Realty.

May the spirit of the holiday season fill all of your homes with joy, laughter, celebration and peace.

Sunday, December 15th & 22nd  Wall Township

Christmas Light Show
The annual Christmas Light Show to benefit Challenged Youth Sports
December 15th, 2013 at 6:30 PM and Sunday, December 22 at 2702 Wooley Road in Wall Township. Challenged Youth  Sports is a non-profit sports program for children with disabilities. Their objective is to provide recreation for the children while fostering an environment for positive reinforcement through recreational sports. For more information visit the Christmas Light Show 2013 website at . “Get There At Least 30 Minutes Before the Show”

This Years Special Guest Singer Chris Pinnella from Trans Siberian Orchestra will be performing a song set in between the shows. 

Here the a video from 2011

2013 has some added surprises!

     Wednesday December 18th Toms River   

A Movie Premier Shore to Rebuild

By Ground Breaking Productions This documentary film about the aftermath of Hurricane Sandy at the Jersey Shore  Shore to Rebuild” will provide its audience with a first hand look at the widespread damage at the Jersey Shore and give a voice to local residents who dealt firsthand with Sandy’s destruction and opportunity to tell their stories.  The film also features some important local people who are making a big difference in the community.  Join  Ground Breaking Productions at Ocean County Library in Toms River at 7 PM.

Saturday December  21st, 2013;  5pm - 8pm

Christmas Lantern Tour
Allaire Village 4263 Atlantic Avenue  Farmingdale, NJ 07727
The Holidays are a magical time in The Historic Village at Allaire and the magic comes alive during our Holiday Lantern Tours. Our popular Holiday Candlelight Lantern Tours offer visitors a glimpse of the Historic Village at night as authentically-clad historic museum interpreters lead groups through the lantern-lit streets of the Village bedecked in Holiday splendor. Visitors will have the rare opportunity to catch a glimpse of the past and enjoy many of the historic buildings through the enchantment of candlelight as costumed interpreters explain the various Holiday customs of the time. The smells of fresh baked treats and hot mulled cider greet visitors as they enter our Bakery. The sounds of hammer against anvil ring through the night, like hundreds of Christmas Bells, at the Blacksmith's Shop. The Chapel is alive with Holiday music of the period and visitors are welcome visit the home of Howell Works Company Manager James Parshal Smith where costumed interpreters will be demonstrating hearth cooking. Tours are 90 minutes and leave every 15 minutes from the Visitor's Center.

Saturday Dec 21st  Toms River    Pine Belt Arena

The 30th Annual  WOBM Basketball Christmas Classic Begins Next Saturday at 1:00 last game of the day starts at 6:45 With Finals Played on December 30th at 5:00 pm and 7:30 This year’s competition is SURE to be fierce…..

Thursday January 30th Farmingdale  

(Get Your Tickets In December)

Second Annual Wine and Spirit Tasting

Benefit for Restore the Shore  Continuing the Recovery!

Featuring a sampling of over 50 wine & spirit brands from around the world, live music from the Jersey Shore’s popular cover band, Daddy Pop, silent auction benefiting Hometown Heroes, and a selection of cuisine by the culinary team at Eagle Oaks Country Club. For additional information, please call Porsha Crozier 848-221-8121



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Friday, December 13, 2013

All Newly Built Homes in New Jersey Will Be Required to have a fire suppression system installed..

It Will Cost More Money To Build A New Home In New Jersey
NJ Assembly Bill No. 1570. The “New Home Fire Safety Act,”

Will require the installation of a fire suppression system in all new single and two family homes during the home’s construction. The provisions of the bill would not apply to manufactured homes, or to any single and two family homes that are not connected to public water systems. The bill would also provide that a certificate of occupancy may not be issued for a new home until the State or local code enforcement agency determines that the home is equipped with a fire suppression system that conforms to State Uniform Construction Code systems promulgated by the Commissioner of Community Affairs. Equipping new single and two-family homes with fire suppression systems will provide protection for the State’s residents and firefighters. Any modifications made by the Commissioner of Community Affairs to the State Uniform Construction Code must require all fire suppression systems to be in compliance with State administrative regulations regarding physical connections and cross connection control, mandate the installation of separate shut-off valves, and require a meter for measuring water usage dedicated to fire suppression. The bill permits municipalities and the Commissioner of Community Affairs to each establish a fee that covers the cost of inspection and the issuance of a certificate of occupancy. The requirements of this bill would apply to newly constructed single and two-family homes as of the first day of the seventh month after enactment. Accordingly, development plans and building permits approved prior to the bill’s effective date would not be subject to the provisions of the bill. This bill is identical to Senate Bill No. 2273
There is no doubt that these senate and assembly bills will affect NJ home builders, new home buyers and any land owner who wants to build their own new home in the State of New Jersey.