WalletHub examined 32 metrics across all 50 states and determined that not only is New Jersey the fourth most jovial state, it is tops by three measures.
A taxation issue that has chronically plagued the Garden State hasn’t improved, and new numbers show the problem persists in several other northeast states too.
The state’s most densely populated county generated by far the most short-term rental revenue, accounting for almost half of the statewide total.
United Van Lines released a study based on their tracking of individuals who used their moving service during the last year.
A recent study of housing trends during the 2010s shows renter populations increased dramatically throughout the Garden State, especially among well-heeled residents.
Several cities along the Hudson River are pricey for renters, but a few (relative) bargains can be found throughout the Garden State.
Two high-end towns in the Garden State have some of the priciest homes in the country, while an Essex County suburb that made the list last year fell off a bit.
The five most expensive zip codes for leasing a home fall in cities along the Hudson River coastline, but a few popular suburban towns aren’t too far behind.
Recently inked deals total thousands of square feet leased across two prominent Newark developments.
The collective Jersey Shore hosted the most short-term guests this summer, while Hudson County was again the top destination in the Garden State.
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