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Could NJ be in for a housing bubble?

Some counties in New Jersey could be on the verge of a home price bubble, where prices overinflate and eventually decline, according to a new report by RealtyTrac.

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Salem and Hope Creek nuclear plants (Stan Honda/AFP/Getty Images)
Salem and Hope Creek nuclear plants (Stan Honda/AFP/Getty Images)
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Report: Hazards not a top priority for homebuyers

Housing data over the past few years would suggest prospective homebuyers are not too interested in whether they're moving into an area full of environmental hazards.

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Sandy housing aid tops $1B

Speaking in advance of the two-year mark since Superstorm Sandy, Gov. Chris Christie said more than $1 billion in federal housing recovery funds are either "out the door" or "in the pipeline" to homeowners impacted by the storm.

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Ellen Bornet of London Terrace Gardens in New York, greets resident Lisa Bulloch-Jones and her Maltese-Yorki mix, Marley. (AP Photo/Rose Associates, Rebecca Koppel)
Ellen Bornet of London Terrace Gardens in New York, greets resident Lisa Bulloch-Jones and her Maltese-Yorki mix, Marley. (AP Photo/Rose Associates, Rebecca Koppel)
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Housing trend: Landlords who charge your pet rent

Man's best friend is taking a bite out of renters' wallets.

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Baby boomers, millennials making moves

Housing markets across the country are seeing big shifts due to two generations who are at a time of their lives that generally come with a change in where and how they are living.

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Bigger homes, larger divide [AUDIO]

The average size of newly-built homes hit an all-time high last year, which may appear to be a positive sign, but a closer look at the numbers would suggest a stark difference between the haves and have-nots.

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Homeowners Becoming Landlords [AUDIO]

Whether they're forced into it, or just want to make some extra dough, homeowners across the nation are becoming landlords as well.

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Unable and Unwilling to Move [AUDIO]

The slow progress of New Jersey's housing recovery has been causing many people to think twice before selling their homes.

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Housing Affordability Takes Another Hit [AUDIO]

Middle class housing affordability continues to slip, according to a newly-released study.

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NJ Homes are Drowning [AUDIO]

Nearly 20 percent of all residential properties with a mortgage in New Jersey are considered "seriously underwater" financially, according to housing data site RealtyTrac.

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