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New Jersey used to be a considered as a commuter property market for the New York market. The property market in New Jersey offers a deep discount to Manhattan and New York real estate. New Jersey was recorded to have the most people emigrating out of town for retirement, hinting that New Jersey reserves many youth manpower and career opportunities which are growing along with the real estate market as demand to live in New Jersey for quality of life and low taxes increases. Beaches and rich natural assets are magnet for tourists and property investors and attract new home buyers seeking to relocate. Abundant suburban and countryside areas allow you to live in a relaxing and comfortable community which is growing in popularity among city dwellers. The dropping unemployment rate in New Jersey proves its growing telecommunication and other industries. Its strategic location transforms New Jersey into the busiest shipping port. Locating close to New York can serve labor from New York and education resources from Philadelphia make commuting from the city to work in New Jersey more common.
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