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Flickr User Dr DAD
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More Folks Back In Large Home Market [AUDIO]

Consumer confidence is on the rise and so is the desire for luxury homes.

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Homes in Mantoloking damaged from Sandy
Homes in Mantoloking damaged by Sandy (Townsquare Media)
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Sandy And The Shore Housing Market [AUDIO]

In the days and weeks following Superstorm Sandy, there was great concern at the Jersey Shore over the housing market and whether or not the residents near the coast would pick up what was left of their lives and make a mad dash out of New Jersey.

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House in Sussex County
Flick User Doug Kerr
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More Families Sharing Homes in NJ [AUDIO]

The perfect storm has created a trend that some people would call a nightmare - two or more generations of adults living under the same roof.

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Moving boxes
Flickr User loyaldefender2004
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Sluggish Economy Forces People to Downsize Homes [AUDIO]

Recovery from the recession started nearly four years ago, and the housing sector is still feeling the downturn's impact. Instead of "movin' on up," many Americans have been forced to downsize in terms of where they live.

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Foreclosure
Spencer Platt, Getty Images
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NJ Foreclosure Slump Continues [MAP/AUDIO]

As foreclosure activity continues to drop nationwide, it's going in the opposite direction for the Garden State.

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Hurricane Sandy damage on the barrier islands
Hurricane Sandy damage on the barrier islands (Governor's Office, Tim Larsen)
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Sandy’s Effect on NJ Housing Market [AUDIO]

Even before Sandy hit the Northeast, New Jersey was dealing with a weaker housing market than the rest of the nation.

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Homes for Sale
Flickr User Images_of_Money
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Is New Jersey’s Housing Market Worse Off Than Pre-Recession? [AUDIO]

Things have been looking up for the housing market, but 16 of New Jersey's 21 counties are still worse off than they were four years ago.

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Foreclosure
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NJ Foreclosures Spike Again, Trend Won’t End Soon [AUDIO]

New Jersey's foreclosure numbers continue to move in the opposite direction of the national figures, according to a new report today from RealtyTrac.

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foreclosure
Flickr User BasicGov
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NJ Targets Scammers Preying On Distressed Homeowners

As part of the national Distressed Homeowner Initiative described by Attorney General Eric Holder and other federal officials, the District of New Jersey has brought a number of significant criminal cases involving felony offenses during the fiscal year which closed Sept. 30, 2012. That announcement came today from U.S. Attorney Paul Fishman.

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Justin Sullivan, Getty Images
Justin Sullivan, Getty Images
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Existing Home Sales Down, But Housing Market Slowly Recovers [AUDIO]

Existing home sales were down in June, but housing seems to be coming back, ever-so-slowly.

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