“Make sure the gutters are intact and are taking the water away from the house,” said Leonard Robbins, director of the Housing and Community Development Network of New Jersey, a non-profit concerned with affordable housing, while advising a group of about 35 Patersonians on Thursday morning on what to look for when purchasing a home…
$1.7 million in grants has been awarded to Catholic Family and Community Service, a Paterson based charity organization, by the U.S. Department of Veteran Affairs, announced Bill Pascrell junior, representative for New Jersey’s 9th congressional district, on Thursday afternoon in the Father English Community Center located on Main Street.
More than a dozen Paterson girls learned the value of a dollar by working with ten PricewaterhouseCoopers, an accountancy, employees last week during Celebrate Girls, a summer camp program, run by the Girl Scouts of Northern New Jersey.
When meeting a seller to buy a used car the buyer almost always is informed of a price that is much higher than the market value of the vehicle. Consumers set the price at much more than the car is worth because they feel threatened, according to a study published in the Journal of Consumer…
It has long been believed that, if you visit a grocery store with an empty stomach, you are more likely to buy, not only junk food but, more items in general. Post-bankruptcy courses often stress this principle and urge the course taker to avoid shopping when hungry.
More money does not translate into more problems as rappers would have us believe or who knows, maybe it does, but one thing is for certain: more money brings more happiness, according to a new study done by economists at the University of Michigan.
According to a study conducted by Duke University if you are a Latino or Black home buyer you may have paid more for a house than your white counterpart.