where is the section8 office in jersey city NJ?I want to move to jersey city NJ i have section8 but i dont know wich section 8 office to go to I looked it up an i found 3 different location so im a little confused also I'd love to know
Two bedroom apt that excepts TRA in jersey cityIm searching for a 2bd room apt for myself and kids i currently have tra and im having no luck finding anyone that accepts it. If you or anyone you know can help me please feel free to email
Forget the current low interest rate situation. Manhattan's resurgence as a hub for tech startups that pay high salaries has been a boon to the Jersey City market. But a bursting tech bubble in Manhattan coupled with a glut of rentals (estimated around seven THOUSAND) coming online over the next two years is going to spell trouble for condo owners in JC because there will be rental-to-condo conversions of older rental buildings to balance out rental unit supply and alot of those high-paying tech jobs are going to vanish into thin air very quickly. There are very few units on the market in JC right now by historical standards, so a spike in inventory when these rental-to-condo conversions happen will drive down condo prices. Right now is a terrible time to buy in downtown JC and I'd be trying to sell if I owned a condo there.... more
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Is JC safe to live in or is it not?My family and I live in the bronx, I'm really on the fence about moving to JC because I hear so many bad things regarding the crime rate, I don't know what to believe anymore.
Like others have suggested, you may have the best luck with a real estate agent. They will have connections with local property management companies. In my experience, these firms usually have control over the apartment rental sector.
The Bergen-Lafayette area in Jersey City is an area of the city that is slowly improving, it still has a way to go but has a lot of promise. I am a life long resident of Jersey City and a local realtor, I have seen improvements in that area.... more