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REALTOR LAUREL WITTS JOINS RE/MAX CONNECTION

Contact: Kevin Burbage
Phone: (856) 415-1210
Email: kevinburbage@gmail.com

MARLTON (October 3) – Realtor and licensed appraiser Laurel Witts is thelatest leading South Jersey real estate professional to join RE/MAX Connection Realtors — the state’s number one RE/MAX agency for two-straight years.

Witts, who worked for Weichert Realty in Medford for six years and has owned and operated the Laurel R.E. Search appraisal firm for 22 years, is known across the region for the tagline, “Where you always get the help you need,” and for putting her clients and their needs first.
“We are thrilled to have Laurel join our team of Realtors,” said RE/MAX Connection CEO Christopher J. Brown.  “Our agency always is looking for customer-focused Realtors who want to grow their business through our technology and marketing support, our innovative compensation plans and our affiliation with RE/MAX, the world’s leading real estate brand.”

The three RE/MAX Connection offices – in Mantua, Turnersville and Marlton – successfully closed 1,396 transactions in 2012, more than any other RE/MAX agency in the state, and posted a sales volume of more than $239 million. In 2011, RE/MAX Connection also finished number one in New Jersey by closing 1,417 transactions worth more than $218 million.

Witts has been a member of the Million Dollar Club for the past four years, a New Jersey Five Star Agent for the past three years and reached the Executive Club for the past two years.  She also has earned her Accredited Buyer’s Representative designation from the National Association of Realtors and belongs to the South Jersey chapter of the Women’s Council of Realtors.

A resident of the Marlton Lakes section of Evesham Township for the past 27 years, Witts has three sons and five grandchildren, with two more due to join the family in March.

Laurel Witts can be reached at 609-314-5670 or at lwitts1@verizon.net.

RE/MAX Connection – Marlton is located at 1000 Lincoln Drive East, Suite Two, Marlton, NJ 08053. Phone: (856) 988-1800. Fax: (856) 988-8020. RE/MAX Connection – Mantua is located at 140 Bridgeton Pike, Mantua, NJ  08051. Phone: (856) 415-1210. Fax: (856) 415-1291.  RE/MAX Connection – Turnersville is at 5701 Route 42, Turnersville, NJ  08012. Phone: 856-228-7990. Fax: 856-228-4433.

All three offices are on the web at www.goconnectionnj.com.

August New Home Sales

NAROFF ECONOMIC ADVISORS, Inc.
Joel L. Naroff
President and Chief Economist
215-497-9050
joel@naroffeconomics.com

INDICATOR: August New Home Sales

KEY DATA: Sales: up 7.9%; Median Prices (Year-over-Year): up 0.6%

IN A NUTSHELL: “Builders breathed a sigh of relief in August as sales rebounded sharply from the July crash.”

WHAT IT MEANS: The housing market is the focus of attention as rising rates have been creating large uncertainties about its direction.  In July, new home sales fell off the table, dropping an eye-opening 14.1% to its lowest pace since October 2013. The worry that set in was that this portion of the market, where the data are contracts not closings as is the case with existing home sales, was already experiencing rate shock.  Well, that may be happening but at least there was some snap back in August demand.   Builders managed to get more people to sign on the dotted line in all areas except the West. Something is happening out West as the sales pace was the lowest since March 2012.  I just don’t know what that is.  On the price side, sales shifted into the lower priced segments of the market and the increase over the year was minimal.  A jump in supply may have played a role but the limited price increase stands in stark contrast to what the Case Shiller home price index showed. This report, which was released yesterday, indicated continued strong price gains in July. It will be interesting to see if those increases continued in August or as the new home numbers show, they moderated.  Nevertheless, the rise over the year of 12.4% indicates that there is no slowdown in home price pressures.

MARKETS AND FED POLICY IMPLICATIONS: It was nice to see a rebound in new home sales even if they still have a long way to go before they are back to longer-term stable levels.  With existing home demand rising as well, it was a good month for relators and builders. That is good news for the economy.  Will it continue?  The Fed’s decision to not begin tapering has led to a rapid drop in rates and that should help. The 10-year Treasury note is down about 25 basis points since the meeting and 35 basis points since early September.  Mortgage rates will follow downward but whether that generates more sales or just allows the fence-sitters to exhale is unclear.  Regardless, rising home demand is critical to continued economic growth especially since the Washington Wackos are at it again. While most Senators seem to understand that you cannot shut down the government, it is not clear if many in the House have any clue.  And the debt ceiling debate is still ahead.  As I have said so many times, the only thing we have to fear is Washington itself. Be afraid, be really afraid.

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August Employment Report

NAROFF ECONOMIC ADVISORS, Inc.
Joel L. Naroff
President and Chief Economist

INDICATOR: August Employment Report

KEY DATA: Payrolls: +169,000; Private Sector: +152,000; Unemployment Rate: 7.3% (down 0.1 percentage point)

IN A NUTSHELL: “Firms may not be firing people but it also appears they are not hiring a whole lot of workers.”

WHAT IT MEANS: Wrong again.  I actually believed the unemployment claims numbers, which are signaling a lot better payroll gains.  Keep in mind, the monthly payroll number is the difference between terminations – which includes layoffs and retirements – and hires. Well, the layoffs may be slowing but the retirements and most discouragingly the hiring don’t look to be rising.  As a consequence, private sector payrolls are increasing at a lackluster pace. A huge (22,000) drop in movie making jobs was a prime factor in that and why that happened is anyone’s guess.  Meanwhile, early school openings likely artificially increased the number of education workers, which added 20,000 to the total. That could easily unwind in September.  And what was really disturbing was a large (74,000 total) downward revision to the June and July gains. That usually signals a slowing in hiring.  For the last three months, we have averaged just under 150,000 per month.  That is not enough to generate a whole lot of additional income. Wages and hours worked did rise nicely but that may be due to seasonal adjustment issues in the vehicle and education sectors.  About the only good news in the report was the drop in the unemployment rate to its lowest level since the end of 2008. The number of part-time workers fell but that only shows the absurdity of making any judgment about part-timers using monthly data.

MARKETS AND FED POLICY IMPLICATIONS: Job gains are just not good enough.  Whether this was a summer bummer or an emerging trend to less hiring is unclear but it is disappointing nonetheless. As for the decline in the unemployment rate, there are those that will say that it was entirely due to a drop in workforce participation.  My response is so what? As I have argued many times before, there are an awful lot of factors under way.   The overall labor force participation rate has declined fairly consistently for 16 years. The male labor force participation rate has fallen for 65 years while the female rate peaked over 13 years ago.  That shows a long-term not a short-term trend. Has the weak labor market accelerated the trend?  No doubt, but saying the declines in the unemployment rate are artificial is simply wrong.  And as for the part-time issue, part-time payrolls are growing more slowly over the year than full time and all the increase in part-time jobs went to those who wanted part-time jobs, not those that had to take part-time positions.  All that doesn’t mean much to the unemployed who still face a daunting labor market.  The mediocre payroll gains will not drive down the unemployment rate rapidly and we need to cut the rate by a percentage point to get strong wage gains.  Since the stagnation of income is the biggest impediment to growth (including hiring), this report does not bode well for a sharp acceleration in the economic activity. Whether the FOMC reads it that way is anyone’s guess, as I still don’t understand the rush to start tapering.  As for investors, this report is a reminder that if earnings will drive stock prices, there are some serious questions whether profit gains can be sustained.

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July Existing Home Sales

NAROFF ECONOMIC ADVISORS, Inc.
Joel L. Naroff
President and Chief Economist

INDICATOR: July Existing Home Sales

KEY DATA: Sales: (Monthly) up 6.5%; Year-over-Year: up 17.2%; Median Prices (Year-over-Year): up 13.7%

IN A NUTSHELL: “Housing activity remains solid but whether that is due to underlying strength or fears of higher mortgage rates is still quite unclear.”

WHAT IT MEANS: The housing market has been a critical component in this still lackluster recovery and the jump in mortgage rates raised questions about the sustainability of the improvement.  At least through July, all is well.  The National Association of Realtors reported that existing home sales surged in July with all regions of the country experiencing a pick up in demand.  Similar gains were posted in both the single-family and condo markets. The annualized sales pace was the highest since November 2009 and has increased at a robust pace over the year.  At the same time, while the number of homes on the market has increased somewhat over the last few months, it is still below where it was a year ago.  This lack of inventory coupled with the surge in demand had the expected impact on prices: they are soaring! And since demand and supply for both segments of the market have moved similarly, the price increases were fairly close with single-family home prices jumping 13.5% and condos up 15.5%.

MARKETS AND FED POLICY IMPLICATIONS: It is great that the housing market is holding up in the face of the jump in mortgage rates but the news is not surprising. Almost every economist has pointed out two simple facts: Mortgage rates are still relatively low keeping affordability fairly high and critically, it is normal that rising rates, especially given how fast they went up, forces people off the fence and pushes buyers to close as soon as possible. I have said many times that I expected demand to rise during the summer with the impact of the rate rise not seen until the fall.  Of course, there will be people who say that the rate increase did not matter.  The reality is that some people will not be eligible for mortgages and some will not be willing or able to pay the higher prices.  That demand, prices and mortgage rates continue to rise together provide some support for the view that sales are being pulled forward.  That doesn’t mean the market will collapse. Rates are still low on an historical basis.  But the rate of sales increases and therefor price gains are likely to decelerate, especially if tapering does start and longer-term rates filter up further, as expected. A five percent mortgage rate by year’s end is hardly unthinkable and that should slow the housing market recovery.  So enjoy the good housing numbers while you can, and investors are likely to do that, but keep in mind that they could be temporary.  As for the Fed, one can only assume they understand consumer behavior and will not assume there has been no negative impact from the rising rates.  The members also have to keep in mind that fiscal policy remains the largest negative and unknown factor for future growth.  That may not prevent the taper from beginning in September but it is a very good reason to push the start date back a little.

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July New Home Sales

NAROFF ECONOMIC ADVISORS, Inc.
Joel L. Naroff
President and Chief Economist
215-497-9050
joel@naroffeconomics.com

INDICATOR: July New Home Sales
KEY DATA: Sales: down 13.4%; Prices (Year-over-Year): up 8.3%
IN A NUTSHELL: “Builders may be optimistic but with sales down sharply, those rose colored glasses may be turning a totally different color.”
WHAT IT MEANS: Wow!  That is about the only way I can put it.  After a sharp rise in June, I had assumed a modestly pull back in new home purchases in July but what we got was much more.  New home purchases tanked in July as demand dropped back to December 2012 levels.  Households apparently decided to abandon the new home market and since these are contract signings not closings, that is a real concern.  The solid existing home numbers were partly a consequence of the time lag between agreements and closings.  We are still working through spring purchases because it is so difficult and time consuming to get a mortgage these days.  That is not the case when it comes to new home purchase numbers.  The problems were across the nation with three of the four regions posting declines in the 13% to 16% range. Only the Northeast, where sales fell “only” 5.7%, could you say that the market held up reasonably well.   As for prices, they were up solidly over the year but there has been a steady easing in sales prices over the past few months.  Since the price data are not seasonally adjusted, it is hard to know if the monthly changes are reflecting weakness or just normal patterns.
MARKETS AND FED POLICY IMPLICATIONS: This was an ugly report. But we need to be cautious when there is such a large fall off in demand with no real supporting data.  July housing starts and permits and August builder confidence were up.  It is hard to understand why developers would pay for permits, start construction and feel that conditions are getting better if people are not signing up for their product. It just doesn’t make sense.  So let’s wait a month to see if this was just a glitch in the data or a real trend. That said, the August report comes out a week after the FOMC meets next so this decline will hang over the discussion.  Why?  Because these are “real time” contract signings, not lagged closings.  If the higher mortgage rates were having an impact on the housing market, it would be seen first in these data.  While I can say that we should not make any decision based on these numbers, the FOMC will have to use them as input into their discussions. The members will be looking at disappointing chain store sales and mixed housing numbers.  The confusion at the Fed is understandable.  The economic data are not all pointing to strong growth ahead, which raises questions about the desirability of starting tapering sooner rather than later. As for investors, as long as an exchange doesn’t go down again, they will probably not be pleased with the economic implications of these numbers.  To the extent they argue for the Fed to wait, they could be taken either positively or negatively.   No, seriously.  Sometimes investors want the Fed to start and sometimes they don’t so I just throw up my hands (or just throw up) trying to figure out how the markets will react to any one economic number on any given day.

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July Housing Starts and Permits/Productivity and Labor Costs

NAROFF ECONOMIC ADVISORS, Inc.
Joel L. Naroff
President and Chief Economist
215-497-9050
joel@naroffeconomics.com

INDICATOR: July Housing Starts and Permits/Productivity and Labor Costs

KEY DATA: Starts: +5.9%; 1-Family: -2.2%; Permits: +2.7%; 1-Family: -1.9%/Productivity: +0.9%; Labor Costs: +1.4%

IN A NUTSHELL: “Housing continues to improve but weak productivity gains raise questions about future earnings growth.”

WHAT IT MEANS: So far, so good.  The jump in mortgage rates has raised questions about the sustainability of the housing market but any major negative impact has not been seen so far.  Housing starts jumped in July though all the gain came in multi-family construction.  The single-family segment softened. While there is a clear transition into condos and apartments occurring, the fall off in single-family construction to the lowest pace since November 2012 may be the first sign that some trouble is brewing.  But even that is uncertain. The National Association of Home Builders reported that builder confidence continued to rise and with permits increasing, we are likely to see additional construction in the months ahead.

While the housing sector is still solid, other data point to questions about the manufacturing sector.  Yesterday we saw that manufacturing production faded in July.  Today we got the second quarter productivity numbers and while there was a rise, they were hardly strong. The gain in the second quarter was a lot better than the large decline posted in the first but over the year, nonfarm productivity was flat.  At the same time, unit labor costs are rising.  Slow productivity and rising compensation costs don’t bode well for earnings growth.

MARKETS AND FED POLICY IMPLICATIONS: We still need to wait a couple of months to determine if what we are seeing in the housing market is a result of people acting before rates go even higher or a fundamental strength in housing.  I am just not sure. Undoubtedly, if rates rise further, as they have been on expectations that tapering will begin sooner rather than later, we will get a burst of activity and then a fall off.  That is important because some Fed members seem to be driven by headline data rather than details.  But if there are members concerned about the economy, they should take note of the productivity data.  Weak productivity gains and an unwillingness to hire don’t make for strong growth in the economy.  And if the chain store sales are any indication, the malls are no longer the in-place to be.  Third quarter growth is likely to exceed two percent but not by much and given that growth in the year ending in June was only 1.4%, it is hard to see how anyone could say the economy is healthy enough to stand on its own. Worse, it looks like all the impacts of the start of tapering are not in the market.  The ten-year note has increased 20 basis points this week and once the Fed actually begins to taper, investors will start betting on the speed of the reduction.  The Fed has lost whatever control of the long end that they had and that has some real implications for mortgage rates, the housing market and growth. Don’t you love “clear communications”?

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RE/MAX CONNECTION PRESENTS ELLIS MILL ESTATES IN MULLICA HILL

RE/MAX CONNECTION PRESENTS
ELLIS MILL ESTATES IN MULLICA HILL

Contact: Kevin Bayzath
Phone: (856) 988-1800
Email: kbayzath@aol.com

MARLTON (August 26) — RE/MAX Connection Realtors, New Jersey’s number one-ranked RE/MAX real estate agency for the past two years, presents to the market an upscale development of 30 custom-built homes in Mullica Hill, Gloucester County.

Realtor John Kelly of RE/MAX Connection’s Mantua office is the lead contact for the homes at Ellis Mill Estates. The community features four-bedroom, two-and-a-half bathroom homes that sit on lots of between one and two acres and are priced in the mid-$300,000s.

Currently, there are two models of homes available at Ellis Mill Estates, the 2,800-square-foot Kenneth and the 3,200-square-foot Ashley. Phase Two of the project now is open and there are two quick-delivery homes available for immediate sale.

Both models feature many upgrades and have kitchens with 42″ cabinets, granite counters and stainless-steel appliance packages. The family room in each model has a gas fireplace with marble surround and a vaulted ceiling while the master suite offers a huge walk-in closet and a private master bath with his-and-her sinks as well as a separate shower and soaking tub.

“This is an excellent opportunity for buyers to acquire one of these top-of-the-line homes while they’re still available,” said RE/MAX Connection CEO Christopher J. Brown. “John Kelly and his colleagues in our Mantua office are known for their outstanding customer service and for working hard to get the most favorable transaction for their buyers.”

The builder is Vertex Properties, which currently has Gloucester County projects in Mullica Hill, Franklinville, and Newfield. You can learn more about the homes and community at www.ellismillestates.com.

Ellis Mill Estates is served by the highly rated Clearview School District and is conveniently located just off Route 322 near exits from both Route 55 and the New Jersey Turnpike. Take Exit 48 off of Route 55 and follow Ellis Mill Road to Ellis Mill Estates on the right. You also can take Route 322 to Richwood Road and turn left on Ellis Mill Road. The development is on the left.

For more information on ordering a custom-built home at Ellis Mill Estates, reserving a lot or scheduling a tour, you can contact John Kelly on his cell phone at (609) 790-6079 or through his website at www.johnkellysellshomes.com.

The three RE/MAX Connection offices – in Mantua, Turnersville and Marlton – successfully closed 1,396 transactions in 2012, more than any other RE/MAX agency in the state, and posted a sales volume of more than $239 million. In 2011, RE/MAX Connection also finished number one in New Jersey by closing 1,417 transactions worth more than $218 million.

RE/MAX Connection – Mantua is located at 140 Bridgeton Pike, Mantua, NJ 08051. Phone: (856) 415-1210. Fax: (856) 415-1291. RE/MAX Connection – Turnersville is at 5701 Route 42, Turnersville, NJ 08012. Phone: 856-228-7990. Fax: 856-228-4433. RE/MAX Connection – Marlton is located at 1000 Lincoln Drive East, Suite Two, Marlton, NJ 08053. Phone: (856) 988-1800. Fax: (856) 988-8020.

All three offices are on the web at www.goconnectionnj.com.

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TWO MORTGAGE PROGRAMS OFFER BIG DISCOUNTS TO HOME BUYERS

TWO NEW TD BANK MORTGAGE PROGRAMS
OFFER BIG DISCOUNTS TO HOME BUYERS

Contact: Kevin Bayzath
Phone: (856) 988-1800
Email: kbayzath@aol.com

MARLTON (August 9) – Real estate professionals at the three RE/MAX Connection Realtors offices can offer their purchase clients significant savings with two new mortgage programs just introduced by TD Bank.

Information on both programs is available through the TD Bank Realty Resource Center at www.tdbank.com/realtyresourcecenter.

“Customer service is at the heart of what we do at RE/MAX Connection,” said CEO Christopher J. Brown,” and every one of our more than 100 Realtors works hard each day to make the real estate process as quick and easy and affordable as possible.”

The first program, called “Give .125%,” offers purchase clients a one-eighth of one percent discount off a conventional 15- or 30-year mortgage when they present a special coupon as part of their TD Bank financing application. The discount cannot be used on FHA or VA purchases or for refinancing transactions.

Realtors can quickly sign up online by going to the TD Bank Realty Resource Center website and clicking on the “Give .125%” logo. This will take them to a short application form where they are a few simple answers away from being able to print out .125% discount coupons personalized with the Realtor’s name and agency name.

The second program, called “Right Step,” allows first-time homebuyers with a household income of at least $70,000 a year to put as little as five percent down on their purchase. In addition, TD Bank waives the requirement for private mortgage insurance (PMI), which usually is required if buyers put less than 20 percent down as part of the transaction. This waiver can add up to thousands of dollars of savings over the lifetime of the loan.

“These two programs fit perfectly with our strategy of doing all we can at RE/MAX Connection to help our customers,” Brown continued. “It’s another reason why we are consistently one of the top real estate agencies in New Jersey.”

The three RE/MAX Connection offices – in Marlton, Mantua and Turnersville – successfully closed 1,385 transactions in 2012, more than any other RE/MAX multi-office operation in the state, as well as closing more than $230 million in real estate transactions. In 2011, RE/MAX Connection also finished number one in New Jersey by closing 1,417 transactions worth more than $218 million.

RE/MAX Connection – Marlton is located at 1000 Lincoln Drive East, Suite Two, Marlton, NJ 08053. Phone: (856) 988-1800. Fax: (856) 988-8020. RE/MAX Connection – Mantua is located at 140 Bridgeton Pike, Mantua, NJ 08051. Phone: (856) 415-1210. Fax: (856) 415-1291. RE/MAX Connection – Turnersville is at 5701 Route 42, Turnersville, NJ 08012. Phone: 856-228-7990. Fax: 856-228-4433.

All three offices are on the web at www.goconnectionnj.com.

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