The White House has been valued at
$110 million dollars
Coming Soon and Recently Sold
Coming Soon
327 Chase Avenue
Lyndhurst, NJ
SOLD w/Mult Offers
57 Redner Rd
Morristown, NJ
SOLD $31K over asking
9 Skyview Dr
Rockaway, NJ
Is a 20% Down Payment Really Necessary to Purchase a Home?

There’s a common misconception that, as a homebuyer, you need to come up with 20% of the total sale price for your down payment. In fact, a recent survey by Lending Tree asks what is keeping consumers from purchasing a home. For over half of those surveyed, the ability to afford a down payment is the biggest hurdle. That may be because those individuals assume a 20% down payment is... click to read more
In this issue of "Doug Talks..."

Wine Cellar & Golf Simulator Room

There is nothing more rewarding than seeing the excitement of our clients moving into the home of their dreams. Ashley Grace Builders has just wrapped up this custom home in Harding Twp and it has all the bells and whistles of sophistication.

Wine Vault/Tasting Room
Nestled in the lower floor is an exquisite climate-controlled wine cellar that can accommodate hundreds of bottles of wine. Fine cabinetry allows storage as well as displaying the homeowners favorite vintage bottles.

Golf Simulator Room
This 40' x 20' custom space includes a state-of-the-art golf simulator, uniquely crafted humidor cabinet and modern air filtration system (for those late night whiskey & cigars!)

Modern Farmhouse Designer Kitchen
High end appliances and countertops, farmhouse lighting fixtures, custom colored cabinetry with perfectly accented tile backsplash make this truly an amazing home.

We wish our clients the best in their new home and proud to add this to our portfolio of custom builds.

Builder: Doug Collinson, Ashley Grace Builders, LLC
Architect: David Ewald, John J. Haeberle Architects
The "Doug Talks..." section will be featured in our monthly real estate email
and will include articles and/or videos showcasing some aspect of
home improvement or home construction.
Homes with More Daylight may Improve Moods
Let more light into your home and you can lower your anxiety and stress levels and even improve your sleep. Increasing daylight in a home can affect a person’s circadian rhythm, sleep, vitality, and mental health, according to a newly published, peer-reviewed paper in the International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health.“The study demonstrates the impact here to read more.
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Doug Collinson Cell: (973) 214-0347
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