Apartments for Rent

Whether you are new to the Essex County area or just looking for a change, our rental experts will do their best to find the right space for you!

Currently we are 90% occupancy due to the quality of our product.
In the upcoming year, 2019, we will be updating our listings once there is availability at any of the locations that we control or partner with.

632-634 Martin Luther King Blvd., NJ-    1 Bedroom Apt- $1,100

1 Bedroom For Rent! -$1,100 &  2 Bedroom For Rent!-$1,275

Newly Renovated 1 Bedroom Apartment at 632-634 Martin Luther King Blvd., Newark, NJ. Heat and Hot water are included. All residential residents are Section 8 approved.

1 month Rent/1 month Security.

Cobalt Lofts at the Riverbend District - Harrison, NJ- Studio, 1 & 2 BDRM Apartments

Incredible rental opportunity in the up & coming Riverbend District of Harrison, NJ. 7 minute walk to Harrison Path station! 18-minute ride to NYC. 10-minutes to Downtown Newark, and 20-minutes to Newark airport. Amazing ammenties package (see below). Studio apartments begin at $1,800/monthly, 1-Bedroom's at $2,300 and 2-Bedroom's starting at $2,995. Please contact:

Richard Spears at (908)-391-1136, Renda McClurkin at (973)-951-8221 or Les Farrell at (646)-334-7280 for additional discounts and access!

Steel Works Apartments at the Riverbend District- Harrison, NJ

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Powerhouse Realty

1549 Springfield Ave.,

Maplewood, NJ 07040

 

Phone: 908 391-1136

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Show Off Your Home!

Quick fixes before selling always pay off, but don’t over improve. Instead, do repairs that will pay off and get you what the home is truly worth. Best advice is to paint all the walls a neutral color, lighter colors open up the space. De- Clutter prior to listing your home… fix leaky faucets and keep the home clean at all times. For higher end homes consider staging (with a professional) to show the houses best light. Finally, depersonalize the home as much as possible. Although it’s emotionally difficult, eliminate family pics and certain art pieces that reflect you. A buyer wants to imagine themselves in the property so a blank canvas is best.

 

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