New Jersey’s market for luxury home purchases is strong, according to new data released by real estate agent Trulia.
The state has the nation’s highest rate of home purchases for buyers between the ages of 50 and 64.
The state also leads the nation for both luxury car purchases and luxury apartments.
However, the numbers don’t tell the entire story.
Here are some other facts to consider when shopping for a home in New Jersey.
The market for new luxury homes is stronger than ever.
In the past few years, new home sales in the state have been rising and are set to continue to climb.
But with so many homes in the market, many people are looking to buy with an extra dollar.
In addition to the rising price of homes, a home may have been bought for less than $500,000.
This may sound like a big deal, but there are several factors that help determine how much a home can be sold for.
For one, there are strict rules regarding who can buy a home.
The most important factor to consider is the value of the home, according Topper, an attorney and the founder of Trulia New Jersey, an online real estate resource for New Jersey residents.
If the home is valued at $250,000, there’s no limit on the number of buyers a seller can make.
A home worth less than that could be worth as much as $5 million.
In addition, some properties may be exempt from sales tax, according Trulia’s website.
These properties can sell for a profit and be eligible for a tax break if the home has been used as a vacation home, as long as the home’s value is $500 per month or less.
Topper says that it’s important to understand the potential value of a home before buying.
For example, she says, “If a home has a $100,000 value and a $300,000 owner is willing to pay that $100K in property taxes, that’s a good deal.”
For more information on how to purchase a home, check out Trulia NJ’s home page.