Highest sale ever on the bay for vacant land in Mantoloking New Jersey 

Recently subdivided, this lot is 412’ deep with over 316’ on the water. Offering endless opportunities to build your dream home. The south lot is over 29,000 sq ft. including 3 boat slips, a boat lift and the north lot which is equally impressive. It has over 33,000 sq ft. making these properties some of the largest bay front lots you will find along the shore.This rare and unique property is extremely special for those looking to build ever lasting memories for their families and generations to come. Mantoloking, NJ offers a prestigious Yacht Club for sailing, tennis and miles of white sandy beaches. Which is just steps away from this spectacular location. "Closing in the…

1253 Views, 0 Comments

Signs of HVAC DisrepairSelling your home is an exciting and busy time. Whether your next home is waterfront real estate across town or something completely new across the country, it's a chance for a new beginning and another chapter in your life. But first you have to get your current home sold, so you want to make sure you're doing all the things buyers expect. If you have an HVAC system that's old or outdated, replacing it is something you may want to consider doing. Even if it seems to work well enough or doesn't seem to be having any huge problems, there are some signs you can look for that indicate replacing it is going to be a good idea.

Have Your Repair Bills Gone Up?

One of the biggest signs that it might be time to replace your HVAC system before you sell…

3949 Views, 0 Comments



Mediterranean-Style Waterfront Home in Mantoloking New Jersey, Clayton & Clayton Realtors from Shawn Clayton on Vimeo.

OPEN HOUSE 1- 3:00 pm

This Sunday August 13, 2017 

171 Route 35, Mantoloking, New Jersey 

Custom Waterfront Estate in Mantoloking. This Mediterranean-Style home offers the best features and location at the Jersey Shore. Some of these amenities include 75 ft on the water with private dock and pool, a two story entryway with beautiful designed spiral staircase, first floor bedroom with office, two fireplaces, signature kitchen with top of the line stainless steel appliances with an open floor plan to the beautiful living room. The second floor features a master suite with balcony, two guest suites plus a third…

1537 Views, 0 Comments

What to Do When a Home has Unpermitted RepairsHome renovations, additions and repairs often require permits to ensure that the construction or repairs are compliant with local building codes. Getting the work permitted can cost extra money for a variety of reasons. Because of the extra costs, some homeowners will choose to get work done without pulling a permit.

Unfortunately, unpermitted work can make selling even luxury or waterfront real estate more difficult when the time comes. Understanding the problems can help you decide how to proceed with the sale of your Belmar property.

Follow the Law

In almost all cases, unpermitted work must follow disclosure laws when the house is listed for sale. This information also needs to be properly disclosed in the listing to ensure that…

2034 Views, 0 Comments

How to Hire an Agent to Sell Your HomeWhen you choose a real estate agent to sell your home, you are entering into a relationship that will hopefully benefit both of you. In exchange for a modest commission, the agent should represent your financial and legal interests in a sale as well as work on your behalf to market your home and coordinate with the buyer.

Before you jump in and a hire a real estate agent, what should you do?

1. Interview Several Agents

According to a 2016 report by the National Association of Realtors, sixty-four percent of home sellers contacted only one agent before contracting with a agent to sell a property. Most sellers work with an agent recommended by a friend or one they have worked with in the past. You will be working closely with this person so…

1229 Views, 0 Comments