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The real estate market in New Jersey saw a rapid growth in the 20th-century, and with an increase in economic development over the past few decades, the state continues to thrive.
Since 2008, the suburbs and cities in New Jersey have seen a re-urbanization, resulting in new neighborhoods with newly built homes. Certain areas will have modern homes in master planned communities, while others offer character homes in historic neighborhoods.
The homes for sale in New Jersey differ from city to city and town to town, offering flexibility to most home buyers. The home prices in New Jersey tend to be slightly higher than other states in the northeast. New Jersey is a densely populated state, surrounded by incredible land and beachfront property along the Atlantic Ocean.
Many architectural styles can be found throughout New Jersey. There are traditional, single family homes found here, especially in the newer suburbs. These tend to be three and four bedroom layouts found on quiet streets, with fenced-in yards. These are mostly occupied by family households, and the size, features, and layouts will vary depending on price range.
Georgian, Italianate, and even Greek Revival home styles are just a few of the eclectic designs popular in the state of New Jersey. But of course there are country estates on the outskirts of communities, beach cottages along the Atlantic coast, and multi-million dollar mansions also for sale here.
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New Jersey, one of the original 13 colonies in the United States, is a state located in the northeast of the country, along the mid-Atlantic.
New Jersey is one of the most densely populated states in the country, and one of the wealthiest. This means much of the area is developed, with safe neighborhoods, fun things to do, and fantastic career opportunities.
On either side of New Jersey are exciting areas and beautiful geographical landscapes.
To the east of New Jersey is the beauty of the Atlantic Ocean, and much of the southern border is the Delaware Bay. The Atlantic Ocean is a sight to behold, and also offers a rare opportunity to visit or live in a seaside community. Cape May, Atlantic City, Sea Isle City, and Surf City are just a few of many coastal resort style communities that residents of New Jersey can either call home or easily vacation to. The Delaware Bay eventually turns into the Delaware River and curls north into the state, providing inland homes with more access to waterfront property and activities.
Located just a few miles west of the Delaware River is Philadelphia. The state of Pennsylvania borders New Jersey to the east, and New York is directly north. Living in New Jersey means being in one of the most affluent places in the country, while being surrounded by incredible cities in their own right.
Adventure is always calling here in the Garden State, and you could call it home.
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