A study from SmartAsset determined that New Jersey ranked high as a destination for wealthy young professionals.
A new analysis of gym and workout interest from Fitness Volt suggests that the Jersey Shore cast might have been on to something when they coined their infamous 'GTL' catchphrase.
Fair Lawn and Princeton ranked well for education, health, and safety, while Paramus and Hoboken also registered high marks among America’s small cities.
StorageCafe determined that Jersey City’s downtown core added over 10,000 new apartments over the last decade, a pace that surpassed Brooklyn to rank the highest in the Northeast.
An analysis of web searches and other data by MoveBuddha concludes that Garden State residents want to leave at the highest rate in the country, with locals dreaming of Florida, California, and Texas.
Jersey City drew out-of-state renters from cities like New York, Philadelphia, and Chicago, with 69% of inbound renters falling into the millennial generation.
A report from HireAHelper analyzing the company’s moves determined that New Jersey experienced a 54% net loss of residents during 2021.
A study from ZenCare determined that New Jersey is the best place to live in the country for a resident’s mental health.
An analysis from Rent.com determined that Jersey City’s $3,766 average rent rose over 46% since last February, one of the biggest increases in the country.
Data from a moving company claims that New Jersey is the top out-of-state destination for NYC residents, with Hudson County and several beach areas drawing the most former NYC residents.