Christie’s Real Estate Sales Jump Again After Holiday Sales article Christie�s Real Estate sales jumped again on Monday as holiday sales hit record levels.
The holiday season is traditionally one of the best times to be a buyer for New Jersey real estate. Christie�ll sales jumped by 20 percent from the previous day.
The sales have been so strong for a holiday that Christie�z chief executive, John F. Guglielmi, said they could go even higher in January.
But it remains to be seen whether sales will pick up in January when Christie is in town to campaign for his re-election.
Geglielmeis office said it�s expecting a 3 percent jump in the next 24 hours.
The Christie�t sales are up 10 percent from last year and a 7 percent increase from January 2016.
In the first three days of the new year, Christie�d sales jumped 15 percent from a year ago.
That is up from just 3 percent the previous year.
Gail Grafton, a Christie�ve spokesman, said Christie�m expecting sales to rise by as much as 6 percent in January and by as many as 9 percent in February.
Graft on Monday said that Christie will travel to Pennsylvania and Florida in January to campaign.
She said that�s what�s keeping the real estate market going so far this year.
The number of sales for the first quarter was up 4.6 percent from November and the number for the second quarter was down 6.2 percent from December.
Thats a huge jump for Christie, whose sales were down more than 50 percent in 2016.
Christie has said he would be willing to accept an offer from the Trump campaign, but he said he doesn�t have any plans to do so.
But Graftons office says he would like to see Christie do something to help the market.
Christie is one of a number of politicians who have raised questions about the Trump administration�s vetting of visa applicants for entry to the U.S. But Christie has made no effort to back away from his criticism of the president.
Trump has made a habit of saying the vetting process is flawed and criticized the vetting of people who are here legally. Giannakos� office said he will meet with Trump this week to discuss the issue.
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