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Sales Associate

Rosaleen Light-Newby

Sales Associate


As a seasoned real estate associate, I know what it takes to “get the job done”.  In a career spanning more the three decades, a top producer, dedicated to service, mindful of market conditions and responsive to emerging trends I give my clients 24/7 accessibility, and is the SINGLE point of contact for each and every real estate transaction.

If you’re about to buy or sell a home, you don’t have time to waste.  You need to partner with THE singular professional who can understand you real estate needs and deliver optimum return on one of the largest investments of your lifetime.

As a dynamic and knowledgeable industry leader-consistently recognized within the Berkshire Hathaway family and among national competitors I am poised to tap into a vast and powerful resource network that links you with buyers, sellers and industry professionals who will meet your needs and possibly exceed your dreams.

Despite an ever-changing financial landscape, I have achieved a proven record of success through the pursuit of excellence and commitment to client satisfaction.






Looking for real estate success?

“On your side….. and by your side…. every step of the way; as you embark on your journey to the best real estate choices that New Jersey offers”

Every successful real estate transaction requires the skill, knowledge, technology and dedication to get the job done, and if you’re ready to unmatched quality and service, it’s time to work with the SINGLE most distinguished agent in New Jersey.

Are you ready for Rosaleen?

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What exactly is home staging?

The staging is the “art and science” of preparing a property to that it offers maximum buyer appeal.

Why stage a home?  Isn’t it enough just to make sure it’s pristine, de-cluttered and in good cosmetic shape --- all the things Realtor counsel buyers to do?

Simply put… home staging will contribute directly to a faster sale and a better selling price.  Statistics bear this out.

Can any home benefit from staging or is it really best reserved for the high-end?

Literally any home can benefit from staging.  A modest house a mansion or something in between --- they each have to exude buyer appeal.

Why virtually stage a vacant home?  Isn’t it easier for buyers to visualize what they would do with the blank slate?

Most buyers really can’t do that.  A vacant home, especially a large one, is often confusing.  Buyers wonder how rooms would be used, where is the flow.  It’s hard to connect emotionally with an empty space.  Remember too that vacant rooms expose all the defects and wear-and-tear.  There’s nothing to distract the eye or block a flaw.  If the owners of a vacant home want to be conservative, they can choose to simply stage the main rooms, the ones that will make the first impression.  But they should make sure that the empty rooms are in prime condition-walls, trim, floors, electrical outlets-because everything is on display.



Right-pricing is even more important that presentation but fare more challenging.  Setting a price that will attract the maximum number of offers in the shortest possible time frame requires the skill, experience and broad market knowledge of a professional Realtor.  Right pricing is not a matter of making a few comparisons or getting a “Zestimate” on  It requires familiarity with the psychology of today’s buyer, as well as sensitivity to the current climate of negotiations.  It is much more about marketing that ever before.  I say all this because in order to command the highest possible price, a home must attract offers during its first four weeks on the market.  Showings decrease after that point and a price reduction is inevitable.  Price correctly from the start and you’ll finish ahead of the game.

Sample Mortgage Rates

For 12/03/2021

30 Year Fixed
15 Year Fixed
5/1 ARM

For general informational purposes only. Actual rates available to you will depend on many factors including lender, income, credit, location, and property value. Contact a mortgage broker to find out what programs are available to you.

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