Homes for Sale in Princeton, New Jersey 08540
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New on Market in Princeton, NJ 08540
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Single Family Homes Princeton, NJ 08540
Condos / Townhomes For Sale
Condos / Townhomes For Sale Princeton, NJ 08540
Although home prices and sales are finally leveling out after months of a bullish real estate market, prospective buyers aren’t out of the woods just yet. With limited housing inventory, there will still be a fair amount of competition, so it pays to be prepared before you start shopping for a home.
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According to Zillow’s 2021 housing market predictions, annual home sales growth will be the highest in 40 years in the United States at an estimated 21.9%. Home buyers flock to homes unequally, converging upon the most attractive ones, and in a thicker market that means this subset of homes draws far more buyers than before.
Frenzy, frustration and disappointment are what home buyers have come to dread about real estate bidding wars.
They’d better get used to it, suggests a new study. It shows that despite some drop-off over the last decade, homes sold through bidding wars have still substantially increased their share of sales over the last two decades.
Princeton Area Home Values Increase. Princeton saw the average home sell at $933,122 – a $76,254 increase from 2012’s average.
The Greater Princeton Area housing continues to expand. The Regional Planning Board of Princeton approved the site plan on April 12. In June, work at the approximately 16-acre site will begin with environmental abatement and will continue through the summer and fall with the razing of the two existing buildings. The complex is expected to be completed […]
Mercer County Property Value Enhancer Project By 2014 or so, y0u will not be able to recognize the 900-foot section of Route 1 in Lawrenceville, New Jersey. From Bakers Basin Road to the Ford Lincoln dealership farther south, it is proposed to raze all of the buildings along Route 1 and bring in a Wawa gas […]
WEST WINDSOR “” Mayor Shing-Fu Hsueh updated residents on the environment, he said the township has been working to include sustainability initiatives as part of its master-planning process.
Although prices are down, the number of sales rose during the quarter, boosted by the first-time buyers’ tax credit. Sales of condos, coops and single-family homes rose 5.9 percent nationwide, to an annual rate of 5.3 million. In New Jersey, the number of sales rose 8.5 percent, to an annual rate of 122,800. Both rates […]