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Top Housing Real Estate Trends That’s Shaping Up For 2019

Posted: May 4, 2019 at 4:26 pm   /   by   /   comments (0)

Mark Trompeter, Owner and Founder of The Trompeter Group, a real estate agency in Jersey City, NJ and one of the top producing agents in the area joins Enterprise Radio.

This episode of Enterprise Radio is working in association with the Real Estate Channel

Listen to host Eric Dye & guest Mark Trompeter discuss the following:

  1. Is 2019 a good year to buy a house? 
  2. What advice would you give first-time home buyers? 
  3. What are three top housing real estate trends that’s shaping up for 2019?
  4. How does New Jersey real estate compare to other markets in the country? 
  5. How does the 2019 housing market compare to 2018 nationally?

Mark Trompeter offers over two decades of experience in the luxury real estate market of Manhattan, Jersey City, Hoboken and Weehawken. He’s been ranked Weichert, REALTORSĀ® top 5 sales associates consistently for the past several years, and has generated approximately $500 million in real estate sales throughout the course of his career. With a degree in communications from Hofstra University, Mark instills in his team the values of communication, contact and total availability for clients.

Born and raised in New York City, and a Jersey City resident for over a decade, Mark knows the city better than anyone and is often referred to as the “unofficial mayor” by many neighbors and locals with whom he’s developed lasting relationships. His experience in premier residential real estate over the past 20 years, and expertise in marketing and sales for over 15 years, has given him the ability to understand and navigate the many complex transactions in real estate. From new construction, to high rise condominiums or multi-family homes Mark brings a unique real estate perspective with his long-time experience in the field, and passion for the communities outside his front door.

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