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New Jersey - The "Garden State"

New Jersey is one place that never goes out of season! In the summer, sandy beaches, seaside boardwalks, and thrilling theme parks draw residents and visitors from miles around. In the fall and spring, the Garden State lives up to its name, blooming with beautiful nature trails and lush surroundings. And in the winter, the mountains of this great state open their doors for skiing.

And that’s not all. New Jersey boasts the second highest per capita income in the nation thanks to a diverse economy divided between agriculture and industry. And don’t forget its excellent schools and impressive array of new and traditional neighborhoods in places like Cherry Hill, Moorestown, Princeton Junction, and Haddonfield.

Although we currently only have two sales offices in New Jersey, it is a rapidly growing area for us. If you are interested in New Jersey real estate or homes for sale in New Jersey, search here for our comprehensive New Jersey real estate listings. You can also visit our New Jersey Housing Market Conditions Reports for more detailed information about living, renting, and owning in this exciting state.

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Homes in Atlantic County

In contact with more neighbors than any other southern county in New Jersey, Atlantic County is bordered by Ocean, Burlington, Camden, Cumberland, Gloucester, and Cape May Counties. The central location gives Atlantic County real estate owners quick access to all of the benefits of the bordering areas. Boasting a gentle climate similar to that of Cape May County, Atlantic County real estate offers less harsh winters and summers than most of New Jersey.

Real estate for sale in Atlantic County has the added benefit of a community that puts its residents before the needs of tourists at the shoreline. As a result, real estate owners in Atlantic County benefit from an enormous park system, library chain, and numerous maintained historical locations and societies. Whether at the Absecon Lighthouse or at one of the Atlantic County Teen Arts Academy's free Saturday workshops, Atlantic County real estate owners have a wealth of fun and educational opportunities within reach.

With a park system the spans thousands of acres over 18 facilities, real estate for sale in Atlantic County provides outdoor activities ranging from playgrounds to kayaking to an 18 hole golf course. Atlantic County real estate owners and their children have ample access to great authors through the 10 public libraries, book mailing service, and bookmobile. Of course the Atlantic County real estate still offers beautiful beaches and a short commute to the adventures of Atlantic City.

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Homes in Camden County
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Homes in Camden County
Camden County is growing by leaps and bounds. New businesses and residents are continually moving to the area, especially to the city of Camden which has attractions for everyone.
 
The Camden Waterfront on the Delaware River is where the action is in Camden. The Battleship New Jersey, the country’s most decorated battleship, was first commissioned for service in 1943 and decommissioned for the final time in 1991. Today the ship calls the waterfront home and is open to the public for tours. The New Jersey State Aquarium overlooks the Philadelphia skyline just across the river. The Tweeter Center hosts concerts from a variety of musical genres and is located next to the New Jersey State Aquarium.
 
On the other side of Camden, you’ll find the Camden County Historical Society. This large historical facility welcomes everyone interested in learning about the county’s diverse past. Native son and famed poet Walt Whitman is honored on the campus of Rutgers University-Camden with the Walt Whitman Arts Center.
 
Camden County is also home to Cherry Hill and Haddonfield. Residents enjoy a relaxing atmosphere and close proximity to Philadelphia and New York in these quaint Delaware Valley communities.
 
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Homes in Cumberland County
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Homes in Cumberland County

Cumberland County real estate offers some of the best quality of life in all of New Jersey. Thanks to the low cost of living, central location, great school system, and numerous recreational options, Cumberland County real estate has twice been voted "one of the best places to live in New Jersey" by Money Magazine. Sharing the mild climate of both Cape May County and Atlantic County, Cumberland County real estate owners can enjoy the weather without the clutter of large cities.

Named after Prince William, Duke of Cumberland, Cumberland County was founded in 1748. Cumberland County real estate owners have long been some of the most patriotic members of New Jersey. In 1774, the citizens of Greenwich township had their own "Tea Party," seizing and burning tea that was to be shipped to Philadelphia. This was the only act of aggression committed towards the British in New Jersey before the Revolutionary War. Additionally, Cumberland County real estate is home to its own Liberty Bell, which was used to signal the signing of Declaration of Independence as well as a warning signal in the War of 1812.

Real estate for sale in Cumberland County comes with fast-growing industries nearby. Agriculture, health care, construction, hospitality, and advanced manufacturing fields are all growing thanks to Cumberland County real estate's federal empowerment zone and two urban enterprise zones. These incentives also make real estate for sale in Cumberland County great for starting a business with low operating and personal costs. With "Jersey Fresh" produce always nearby, immediately accessible health care options, and a strong school system, real estate for sale in Cumberland County is a happy, healthy, and affordable place to make your home.

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Homes in Monmouth County
Monmouth County Real Estate
Homes in Monmouth County

Monmouth County real estate is some of the most populous in New Jersey, and for good reason. Situated within the New York Metropolitan area but a reasonable distance from New York City itself, Monmouth County gives access to the City while maintaining enough distance to avoid the pitfalls of living too close.

Monmouth County real estate is rich with history. It was the site for the Battle of Monmouth Courthouse during the Revolutionary War, the first time the George Washington and the Continental Army were able to fight the British to a draw. The Monmouth County Historical Association is happy to inform Monmouth County real estate owners on the many other historic sites such as the National Guard Militia Museum of NJ and Woodrow Wilson Hall.

More than just history awaits real estate owners of Monmouth County. For those who love the outdoors, Monmouth County real estate offers numerous nearby beaches, parks, orchards, and farms. From spending an afternoon at the beach or in the park to picking your own fresh fruit and letting the kids play at the petting zoo, Monmouth County real estate has it all.

Monmouth County is also home to a number of beautiful lighthouses. As described by the tourism department, "Monmouth County Lighthouses are Majestic beacons, silent sentinels that guard time and mariners alike." Monmouth County Lighthouses open to the public are located in some of the most beautiful settings you'll ever visit.

As for things to do, Monmouth County offers many family-friendly attractions including miniature golf, amusement parks, ice skating, and even Fun Time America. Adults can look forward to their own adventure at Monmouth County's wineries, breweries, sailing and parasailing locations, or one of its many theaters. Monmouth County is also peppered by 15 golf courses, making it a perfect place for the avid golfer who is looking for real estate for sale near New York City.

 
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Homes in Burlington County
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Homes in Burlington County
Beautiful Burlington County — it’s more than just an expression. This largest of New Jersey’s counties boasts abundant parkland stretching from the Delaware River to the Great Bay on the Atlantic, making it ideal for outdoor enthusiasts and water lovers alike. But perhaps even more of a draw is the county’s excellent schools and thriving, close-knit communities, which include Moorestown, Mount Holly, Medford, and Evesham. As a result, families are continually attracted to the three cities, six boroughs, and 31 townships that call Burlington County real estate home. But the county is just as appealing to commuters, who appreciate its proximity to Philadelphia’s many jobs and big-city amenities. These commuters are served by a variety of public transit options that offer access to Amtrak, PATCO, and SEPTA trains and the New Jersey Transit Service. Add to this the county’s long, proud history dating back more than three hundred years and a packed calendar of community events, and you can see why Burlington County is home to some of the most desirable real estate in New Jersey.
 
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Homes in Cape May County

Cape May County real estate occupies one of the most desirable climates in New Jersey, making it a particularly popular area during both summer and winter. Located South of Atlantic County and East of Cumberland County, Cape May County real estate lies on a peninsula that juts into the Delaware Bay. As a result, real estate for sale in Cape May County runs average yearly high and low temperatures of 85 and 22 degrees respectively.

Real estate in Cape May County is rich with history. Native American Tribes, colonial whalers, and even famous Pirates like Captain Kidd have taken time to enjoy the gorgeous peninsula landscape. With many local museums, lighthouses, and even a preserved Victorian Era town to explain this history, real estate owners in Cape May County can quickly learn the significance of their area.

Cape May County real estate provides more than just numerous beautiful beaches. Between Belleplain State Forest, Leaming's Run, and the Villas Wildlife Management area, real estate owners who want to get out into nature have boundless opportunities. For Cape May County real estate owners who'd like to see nature without necessarily diving in, the Wetlands Institute's aquariums or one of the county's many golf courses offer the beauty of wildlife in a more modern setting.

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Homes in Mercer County
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Homes in Mercer County
Mercer County was made famous in Orson Welles’ War of the Worlds. In the classic sci-fi story, aliens landed on county soil to invade the United States. Nowadays, students, families, and businesses enjoy life in thriving communities such as Trenton and Princeton Junction.
 
The county has an equestrian center, a wildlife center, and a living history farm. The Mercer County Waterfront Park, on the historic Delaware River, is home to the Trenton Thunder, a minor league baseball team. Three other professional sports teams call the Sovereign Bank Arena home. Princeton University and The College of New Jersey are both located in Mercer County and attract students from all over the world each year.
 
Numerous opportunities and friendly people await you in booming Mercer County. New luxury townhouses are being built, and older buildings throughout the county are being converted into condominiums and lofts. In addition, the largest, energy efficient development project in the United States is planned for downtown Trenton.
 
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Homes in Ocean County
Ocean County Real Estate
Homes in Ocean County

Ocean County real estate is some of the most coveted in New Jersey, as the County itself has the fastest growing population in the state. Located South of Monmouth County and East of Burlington County, Ocean County real estate is within short driving distance of Philadelphia, New York City, and Atlantic City. The real estate in Ocean County makes up one third of the New Jersey Shoreline, making it a great area for beach lovers.

Founded in 1850 when several townships broke off from the southern half of Monmouth County, Ocean County established Toms River as their seat of government. While initial growth of the area was slow, Ocean County real estate has taken off in the last three decades thanks to the development of its gorgeous coastline. Today, over 560,000 Ocean County real estate owners enjoy the many benefits it has to offer.

With 27 parks, 20 libraries, and 19 museums, Ocean County real estate has plenty more to do than just visiting the beach. Ocean county real estate owners also benefit from the numerous golf courses, several professional theaters, and nearby amusement parks such as Six Flags Great Adventure. Whether spending time on the boardwalk, escaping to a nearby city, or strolling through a state park, Ocean County real estate owners have plenty to be happy about.

 
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