“How to Sell Your Home” Seminar Slated for January 22nd at Mountain Ridge at Panther Valley

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One of the most challenging aspects for those who currently own a home but want to take advantage of current economic conditions and receive unprecedented value by purchasing a brand new construction home at market-driven pricing is the task of selling their existing residence.

To assist this buyer segment, Baker Residential, developer of Mountain Ridge at Panther Valley – which has attracted a large number of prospects hoping to trade in larger single-family homes for the ease and convenience of townhome living – will host a special “How to Sell Your Home” seminar on Saturday, January 22nd featuring local real estate and financing experts who will provide tips and advice for every step of the home selling and buying process.

Two separate presentations will take place at 12 noon and 2 p.m., providing attendees detailed information on how to “stage and sell” their home by meeting with a resale specialist and a staging expert from Re/Max House Values in Panther Valley/Hackettstown. Bob Metaxas of Bank of America Home Loans will also be on hand to consult on mortgage concerns, as well as provide information on financing opportunities at Mountain Ridge, including friendly FHA loans that requires as little as a 3.5% to 5% down payment.

“The seminar will feature industry professionals who will provide a step-by-step explanation of the process including how to stage and sell a current home, what a resale seller should expect their buyers to have in terms of financing and more,” points out Sales Representative Hollis Schilp. “Attendees will also discover just how easy and affordable it is to purchase at Mountain Ridge thanks to a comprehensive community presentation by our sales team.

“Following the seminar, they will be some of the first to take a ‘Sneak Peak’ at our soon-to-be-complete model townhome model and see first-hand the well planned layouts available here.”

Affordability and value continue to drive sales at Mountain Ridge at Panther Valley where spacious three-bedroom townhomes in this exclusive Allamuchy Township neighborhood are available from the mid-$200,000s. The fast-selling new home community attributes its incredible success to five competitively-priced home plans which cater to the varying needs and desires of homebuyers ranging from empty-nesters to first-time purchasers.

Mountain Ridge at Panther Valley’s housing designs fulfill a broad range of lifestyles,” says Barbara Cohen, another Baker Sales Representative.

“Young couples and single-professionals appreciate the fact that the spacious floorplans provide plenty of room to grow. Empty-nesters downsizing from large New Jersey single-family homes are pleased to discover they don’t have to sacrifice extra space to benefit from the ease of maintenance-free living.”

A limited number of floorplans – including some of the community’s most popular layouts – are available with “quick delivery” dates, a perfect scenario for buyers who have sold their current home and are hoping to find a newly-built, modern townhome in a serene and rich suburban environment in short order.

Five home plans – Pine, Hickory, Oak, Birch and Aspen – are offered at Mountain Ridge at Panther Valley. Townhome range from 1,968 to 2,850 square feet and boasting three-bedrooms, 2.5 baths, one-or two-car garages, as well as designer interior appointments such as walk-in closets, gourmet kitchens and full finished basements included in the purchase price.

Homes at Mountain Ridge real estate have been designed to reflect the natural beauty of Warren County’s Panther Valley, which is defined by rolling hills and heavily wooded terrain. Each townhome building will combine design elements with country-inspired details to create streetscapes of enormous grace and flair.

“Our unique location at the top of a mountain provides panoramic views of the surrounding countryside to strengthen the tranquil, small-town environment,” Ms, Cohen adds.

World-class recreational amenities residents will enjoy within the Striking Panther Valley community, include two sparkling lakes, two beautiful pools with a third to come, a wealth of tennis courts and the 18-hole Panther Valley Golf & Country Club located within the gated Panther Valley community and available on a membership-only basis.

Mountain Ridge homeowners will also appreciate the community’s convenient location, which offers a quick trip to the array of business, cultural and entertainment opportunities in nearby Hackettstown and throughout northern New Jersey. The community is located in close proximity to a several major highways, including Routes 10 80, 287 and 78, as well as commuter train and bus stops and is just 55 miles to the George Washington Bridge.

“If its outdoor recreation they seek, Mountain Ridge is in the heart of one of New Jersey’s natural havens,” Ms. Schilp indicates. “The community lies in the shadows of the Allamuchy and Stephens Mountains, while the 70,000-acre Delaware Water Gap is nearby where fishing, boating, camping, kayaking and more can be found. “
Shopping, fine dining and entertainment are also close at hand at the Rockaway Townsquare Mall, which features several national retailers and department stores. Local shops and boutiques can also be found in Hackettstown, historic downtown Morristown and Parsippany.

For additional information on Mountain Ridge at Panther Valley please call 908-852-0016 or visit http://Town.HomesAtMtnRidge.com. To visit, go on Route 80 West. Take exit 19 for County Highway 517 towards Hackettstown. Turn left at County Highway 517/County Road 517. Go 2 traffic lights and turn right at entrance to Panther Valley.
Once through the gate house, travel on Bald Eagle Road 2 miles. Turn right onto Mallard when you see signs for Mountain Ridge. Take next left to Sales Office.

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