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In June, home purchase contracts hit the highest amount since April 2006. Nearly 10,000 contracts reflected a 24% increase compared to April 2014. 

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Real estate professionals throughout New Jersey report a strong real market, and they don’t expect it to ebb soon. According to Jeffrey Otteau, a Central Jersey-based appraiser, home sales were up 19% in April 2015 over April 2014. What’s more, sale prices are up over last year. 

Cedar Crest resident with dog

With hundreds of choices, selecting the retirement community that best fits your needs and lifestyle can be overwhelming. But often, common myths about retirement communities can cloud your judgment.

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Over the course of the last 30 years, more than 1,000 daylily bulbs have passed through the hands of Carolyn Young. 

Cedar Crest dining

Edward Wang has reason to celebrate. Resident satisfaction in dining services at has gone up nearly 8% over the past year. 

When Wang joined the Erickson Living community in Pompton Plains, N.J., as director of dining over a year ago, he had visions of culinary excellence. 

Dr. Jim Gallagher teaches courses for Cedar Crest’s Institute for Learning in Retirement.

At campuses across the country, students are studying for final exams, finishing up their spring semester. One particular campus in northern New Jersey acts like a college campus, but its students aren’t what you might typically envision. 

Personal Moving Consultant Anne Connor facilitates people’s move to Cedar Crest by providing them with a list of preferred real estate agents and moving companies. Priority list members have the exclusive opportunity to gain access to complementary real e

The real estate market looks strong as we head into the heat of the spring selling season. While the market has been improving, real estate agents predict this will be the strongest selling season we’ve had in years. 

Nine Cedar Crest residents recently competed in a Senior Olympics Competition as part of the Pequannock Township team of 24 people. (Back row, from left) Donna Inez, Wayne Holling, Cathy Matich, Caroline Holling, Nancy Paliaga, and Ron Paliaga. (Front row

The annual Volunteering and Civic Life in America report released in December shows that millions of Americans place service to others at a high priority. In 2013, 62.6 million Americans volunteered 7.7 billion hours—an estimated value of $173 billion.