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About Ellen W. Kale

  • Broker Associate for Re/Max Gateway
    Oakhurst, NJ 07755
  • 732-695-1600 #108 Cell 732 895 5990
  • I have been a REALTOR for 40 years.
  • Work mostly in Monmouth County.
  • Residential listings for sellers and buyers.
  • Past President of MORR.
  • NJR and MORR REALTOR of the Year 2008.
  • MORR Special Service Recognition 2016
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Home Automation That Can Be Implemented

Home Automation That Can Be Implemented

Phrases like “Alexa, turn on the AC!”, “Alexa, dim lights!”, “Alexa, open the front door!” or “Alexa, cook mac&cheese!” are becoming a regular in US households. Well, maybe not the last but it won’t be long till that becomes a reality as well. Having the ability to tell your home what to do has been a fantasy ...

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Digital Trends That Revolutionized The Real Estate Industry

Digital Trends That Revolutionized The Real Estate Industry

Of all the inventions that changed the real estate game, none have changed it as profoundly and irreversibly as the internet. This technology opened up a world of new possibilities and opportunities for real estate professionals working at every level in the field of real estate. From the lowliest copy room workers to the moguls and brokers at the very top of the ...

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Homebuyer - Realtor Relationship In A Period Defined By COVID

Homebuyer - Realtor Relationship In A Period Defined By COVID

At the beginning of 2020, a pandemic swept across the globe. The coronavirus or SARS CoV-2 became public enemy number one due to its unpredictability in spreading and affecting human health. Specialists soon discovered the exponential damage it can exert causing respiratory tract infections, from mild to lethal. As a result of the virus, a series of protective ...

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House Hunting Goes Digital In 2021

House Hunting Goes Digital In 2021

As you are already aware, the global pandemic kicked in 2020 inconsiderately switching up the rules of the game. An unwelcome guest, SARS-CoV-2 (COVID-19), proved to be a tough opponent. As a result, governments were obliged to implement similar responses in the form of severe restrictions, namely lockdowns, the principle of social distancing, and even tighter health ...

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The Idyllic Suburbs Vs. Vibrant Downtowns

The Idyllic Suburbs Vs. Vibrant Downtowns

Where is it better to live? Where is living more cost-effective? Where will I have to say hello to everyone I meet? Should I remain in New York City or better move to Jericho 29 miles away? Let our real estate agents help you decide! There are many reasons, pro, and con, for both living in the suburbs or the city. Besides the apparent financial aspects, there is an ...

 

Real Estate Glossary Terms

  • Forced Hot Air

    A heating system consisting of a heating unit forcing hot air through an interconnected network of air ducts with outlets throughout the structure. The advantages if a forced hot air system are: rapid elevation of room temperature from forcing hot air through the outlets; the system can easily be co ...

  • Tight Money

    A decrease in spending dollars because of a decrease in the money supply. Less funds available to prospective home buyers by lenders. Attractive mortgages are difficult to get. ...

  • Advanced Funded Pension Plan

    Retirement plan in which money is currently allocated to fund an employees' pension. ...

  • Guaranteed Insurability

    Right of an insured to make additional purchases of life insurance without having to take a physical examination or show other evidence of insurability. Additions can be bought at stated times; upon specified policy anniversaries such as every fifth year of a policy up to a maximum age (usually 40 o ...

  • National Commission On State Workers Compensation Laws

    Group appointed by President Nixon in 1971 to study workers compensation laws under the authorization of the occupational safety and health act (OSHA). It issued sweeping recommendations to upgrade state workers compensation laws, including higher disability benefits, compulsory coverage, and unlimi ...

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