RWJBarnabas Health and Pennrose will have a six-story building that will include one to three-bedroom apartments. The building is close to NJTransit buses, medical offices, a library, schools, and restaurants.
This definitely makes renting in NYC easier. Maybe we’ll see this trend make its way to New Jersey too.
A lot of recent and past movies have been filmed in Newark. With the city being such an easy commute to New York City as well, Newark makes for the perfect place to reside for filmmakers.
As of 2018, 62% of the middle-class rent their homes. That number is on the rise. A decade ago, most renters were low-income singles. Today the typical renter is a college-educated family with kids.
What do you think of this approach to house flipping?
We look forward to trying food from the new Ani Ramen House restaurant.
Newark says you’re welcome! Why pay Manhattan prices when you can live in the Newark area, have a beautiful home, spend less money and have a really quick commute into the city.
San Francisco is seeing a major increase in bidding wars. New Jersey is going to have a come back too. It’s inevitable.
Where do you think Newark fits in the list?
Inclusion for everyone!
This news sounds delicious.
House flipping is on a downward trend. Could it be that some flippers don’t understand their market, their area, or the best time to buy and sell?