As you can see from the girls responses below, we Realtors are prohibited from directly answering your question . . therefore, please do not be frustrated with us. The suggestions you have been given below are all great responses.
Francesca Patrizio, Broker Sales Associate, ePro, SRES
Gloria Nilson REALTORS, Real Living
In the summer there were small instances of sporadic transient crime, mostly correlated to the NJ Shore season I believe, but most definitely infrequent. In fact, I never locked my doors while I lived there.
In respect to taxation, township services and the overall state of NJ, many things have changed unfortunately and I am glad to be free from that town and the state. Whether at the local level of Hazlet, Monmouth County, or the State they have all lost their understanding that they are there to serve the residents. Egos run free without bounds.
Simple example, the township does not take phone calls. You have to "leave a message" and they call you back. In fairness they do call you back in a day or two, but this is an insane practice, most specifically considering the high tax rate in Hazlet. A town government that works by voice mail response is an absolute abomination in my view.
We as agents would love to provide information but It is illigal for agents to answer this question, not only here but any property in the state.
Maybe you should call the State rep and ask why the state have such a restriction