Larry Stone is not only a highly successful real estate associate but an accomplished golfer. Larry enjoyed an impressive career that spanned over a decade and including playing and teaching full time before retiring several years ago. Today he follows his other passion, real estate in the New Jersey area and has established himself as one of the top agents for his company.
Real Estate Conferences to Know About 2020
The old adage says that “like iron sharpens iron, one person can sharpen another.” The truth behind this statement is exactly why many people choose to attend seminars and conventions that allow them to learn from professionals in their industry as well as network with like-minded individuals. Whatever field you’re in, it’s always a good thing to learn from people who are more successful than you and to openly discuss your victories and defeats with ...
Getting out into the New Jersey fresh air is a great way to welcome spring and the end of winter. There are several activities and attractions that locals or guests might enjoy while exploring the state. Eradicate the doldrums of the past cold months and indulge in a bit of outdoor fun.
Stroll Through Botanical Gardens
Springtime is renowned for having an abundance of fragrant blooms. Take the time to visit one of the state's stunning gardens. The Cross Estate Gardens in Bernardsville are fou...
When selling a home, presentation is key. Spring cleaning tips will assist in getting a home’s appearance ready to wow would-be buyers. Follow these guidelines to help ensure a swift sale to appreciative new owners.
The winter months bring their own sights worth seeing! Read more to find out.
As winter looms on, many people in New Jersey opt to stay indoors safe from the snowy world outside. Being a little adventurous can have a big payoff by making new memories that will last forever. Check out these sights to see in New Jersey this winter.
Sahara Sam's, West Berlin
It's always summer in Sahara Sam's, making it a great place to visit when winter drags on a little too long. The 68,000-foot foot indoor an...
The beginning of a new year always allows us to evaluate and alter things in our lives. Maybe you’re planning on giving up a bad habit or developing a good one. Perhaps you want to start going to the gym (perhaps the one that you joined last year), or your life-altering goal is to get better control of your finances. For many of us, we want to celebrate the end of 2020 in a home that we own. If that’s your dream situation, here are some resolutions for you to consider to get you on the fast t...
Most homeowners know it is crucial to keep a home clean, tidy, and even stylish while it is on the market for sale. However, not all sellers take the extra steps to stage a home – which can make a tremendous difference in how a buyer values it and the price a seller might get for it.
Let’s face it; nobody likes working in a cramped space. Small bathrooms can cause an inconvenience for those who are looking to have a great space to work with or for those who are trying to sell. However, believe it or not, you could make your small bathroom look even larger, and it does not require you to take down your walls by demolition! Curious? Here are some ways that you can accomplish this.
Interview originally published on SurprisinglyFree.com
Living in Margate City, NJ, Larry Stone works as a Realtor Associate for Soleil Sotheby’s International Realty where he primarily services the Margate, Longport, and Ventnor area. After retiring from teaching and playing golf full-time, Larry dove head first into a career in real estate and established himself in the area over 20 years ago. Today, Larry caters to markets not only in Margate, Longport, and Ventnor, but the feeder markets of Philadel...
New Year’s resolutions are made based on significant changes someone wants to see in their life, and there is no reason for buying a home to be an exception. Buying a home can involve months or years of preparation, and it is an intimidating process that might leave buyers reluctant to start. New Year’s resolutions can prove to be the catalyst that finally sets things in motion.
A down payment of three to twenty percent of the home purchase price is typically needed to secure a l...
Traditionally, golf is a sport that most people identify with spring or summer. For the great game’s most diehard players, however, the winter months can offer freely-available tee-times, fun seasonal challenges, and excellent opportunities for relaxation and practice. Here are just a few courses in New Jersey that provide winter players a great chance to get their training in, and why so many golfers love calling New Jersey home.
Heron Glen Golf Course, Ringoes
As one of the most beautiful courses in the state, Heron Glen offers visitors a chance to hone their golfing chops during the quiet
Golfing during the winter doesn’t have to be uncomfortable. Luckily, there is golf gear on the market that will get players through the winter months. Certain body parts need to be kept warm in the winter, and golfers should be aware of what they are. It is easier for golfers to stay warm when they walk between holes instead of driving a golf cart. The walk keeps blood flowing, resulting in muscles that stay limber.
One of the products on the market to keep golfers warm during the winter is the Adidas Golf A74 Men’s Performance Training Top. Made entirely of polyester, its lightweight means
Living in Margate City, NJ, Larry Stone works as a Realtor Associate for Soleil Sotheby’s International Realty where he primarily services the Margate, Longport, and Ventnor area. After retiring from teaching and playing golf full-time, Larry dove head first into a career in real estate and established himself in the area over 20 years ago. Today, Larry caters to markets not only in Margate, Longport, and Ventnor, but the feeder markets of Philadelphia, Delaware, and the other regions of New ...