Development has finally hit Journal Square in a big way as demand for homes has surged in many areas of Jersey City following the worst portions of the COVID-19 pandemic.
PropertyShark has released their annual rankings of the priciest zip codes in the country and three New Jersey towns have ranked.
New York-based Property Shark has released their findings following a deep dive into total home sales in the tri-state area.
A recent report from The Real Deal is a bit of a good news, bad news situation for homeowners along New Jersey’s Gold Coast.
Rent.com gave the Brick City low marks in several metrics including median income, unemployment rate, and cost of living.
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.