Kathy Sorkin's Blog Posts

Homeowners Insurance News

Homeowner's insurance rates have risen 69 percent over the past decade, now averaging $1,000 a year. But as rates rise, home owners are finding their coverage hasn’t. In fact, some insurance

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Do you know about the historic tax credit

The federal historic tax credit has been quietly and effectively breathing new life into historic buildings and revitalizing communities for more than 30 years. You may never have heard of it, but

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Maple Sugaring time of year

It is maple sugaring season!  This is the time of year that producers of maple syrup begin collecting the sap from maple trees.  This is done by tapping into the trucks of certain types of

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Support Carryout bag reduction and recycling Act

Tell your senator to vote yes for S812 Act-the carryout bag reduction and recycling act.  Plastic and paper bags are impacting our wildlife, oceans, forests and cramming our landfills.  

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This is the year to sell

Have you been thinking of selling your home but you just don't like the way the 'market' has been?  This is the year to sell.  Right now, there is a very low inventory of homes on the

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Help Hurricane Sandy Victims

The Salavation will be collecting coats, toys and cloths on saturday 12/8 between 9 and 6 at the Florham Park Kings Food Store parking lot located at 184 Columbia turnpike.  Tis the season for

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Hey dog lovers join the Doggy Dash

The Doggy Dash is coming!!  It will be held on Oct. 13 starting at 2:30 beginning in the parking lot on DeHart Street in Morristown.  Don't miss this opportunity to enjoy the fall weather

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The National Holiday of Labor Day

President Gro0ver Cleveland mad Labor Day a national Holiday in 1984.  Who knows where he was born?  He was born in Caldwell New Jersey! He was the fifth of nine children and he was named

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Back to School Soon

Summer is winding down now and for some students, schoold is already underway.  My daughter, who is in her senior year of college, stated classes today!  Many Morris County schools will be

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Lake homes in Morris County

If you are looking for a home on or near a lake, Morris County could be the place for you.  There are many lake communities in the county.  There is even a Hub Lake Association that

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Fabulous Florham Park New Jersey

Florham Park is a great place to  live.  The close proximity to NYC makes it a commuters haven but a great place to raise a family.  In the summer residents of the town enjoy the

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Unique Homes can be found in Morris County

Have you thought about living in a very unique home?  Check out the many homes around Morris County that are not 'cookie cutter' homes.  Many of these homes are buildings that were once on

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Quaint Cottages Abound here

Mount Tabor is now a section of Parsippany, NJ, but that did not occur until 1928.  At the time is was founded, the land was in Hanover Township.  Its roots go back to 1869 when the Newark

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Historic Homes of Morristown NJ

Morristown NJ abounds in history.  Many famous people have walked the green in Morristown, which dates back to over 250 years in existence now. Take a walk around the green and feel the.

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Family Fun Festival in Morristown

Mark your calendars for a fun day in Morristown on the Green.  The date is September 30th. There will be many activites that everyone will enjoy.  If you have any real estate needs or

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Olympics are great in London

Who watched the opening cermonies for the Olympics?  Did you like it?  I thought it was amazing!!  I heard that the British are hoping for more people to come so let's all go to the

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