New Jersey Apartments

Apartments and Rentals in New Jersey (NJ)

Alphabetical Directory of Cities in New Jersey

 
 
 

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Largest Cities in New Jersey

People who rent their home in New Jersey have been pleased to find an abundance of great apartments in the state’s biggest cities, including Newark, the state’s largest urban center. Rental units in this sizeable community have been obtained by apartment searchers at a variety of rates. Renters also have found the right deal on apartments in the cities of Trenton and Paterson.

Other Large Cities in New Jersey

The smaller of New Jersey’s cities provide apartment searchers with a varied selection of housing styles, rental rates and locations. Bustling communities in close proximity to wonderful nightlife such as Hoboken, Union City, New Brunswick, all have proved popular with renters.

 

Average November Rental Rates in New Jersey


Bedrooms Rent Diff*
Studio $1,352 (344)
One Bedroom $1,310 (351)
Two Bedroom $1,727 (544)
Three Bedroom $2,207 (731)
note: when compared with the national average

 

New Jersey Rental Rates as Compared to States Nearby


State Rent Diff
New Jersey $1727 -
New York $2868 (1141)
Delaware $1061 (-666)
Connecticut $1451 (-276)
Maryland $1411 (-316)
Pennsylvania $1164 (-563)
 

Rental Trends in New Jersey


Month Rent Change
June $1727 -
July $1707 (-20)
August $1700 (-7)
September $1740 (40)
October $1712 (-28)
November $1727 (15)
 

Information about New Jersey

Many of the available rentals in New Jersey are situated near prime attractions, major transportation routes, and centers of industry and commerce. Those who intend to rent in New Jersey can find an array of apartments that address a diverse set of housing needs.

Between its land area and population, New Jersey is the most densely-inhabited state in the country. The U.S. Census Bureau estimates that slightly more than 8.7 million people live in New Jersey, which in comparison to other states, has a relatively small total land area. Even though millions of people live in the state, interested renters also can find apartments in less populated parts of New Jersey, including the northwest region and southern interior. Overall, the state has a diverse economy with many of its residents working in either the Philadelphia or NYC metro areas. The headquarters for a number of Fortune 500 companies also are stationed in New Jersey, including several pharmaceutical and telecommunication firms.

New Jersey residents have access to slew of enjoyable attractions, many of which are waiting right around the corner for the interested seeker. Metro area communities can provide exquisite dining experiences, fun bars and social destinations, as well as great shopping opportunities. If you’re looking for an outdoor adventure, the expansive and largely undeveloped coastal plain region known as the Pine Barrens provides resources and space for numerous recreational activities. During the summer, the Jersey Shore also is a popular destination. The entire Jersey coastline has plenty to offer: There’s gaming in Atlantic City; amusements and a boardwalks in communities like the Wildwoods; and you can enjoy the sites of Ocean Grove, which is on the National Register of Historic Places.