By:- Sahil Luthra
Hopatcong ticks all the boxes. Its crime rate is so tiny, it barely registers. Its schools are well ahead of the curve. Its economy is booming and its community is friendly. Thanks to its lakeside location, residents can enjoy all kinds of outdoor pursuits for free, including boating, fishing, swimming, and more besides.
In fairness, Pitman isn’t the ideal place for renters. With a median rent of $1,204, there are definitely cheaper places in New Jersey. But if you want to own rather than rent, you’ll find few better places.
Franklin Park as one of the cheapest places to live in New Jersey. Three years later, and it’s still as cheap as ever. Not only does it have affordability on its side, but it’s also got a great range of perks to offer.
Located within just a short drive of Philadelphia is the Camden County suburb of Bellmawr. It’s a suburb with a lot to say for itself. Residents are blessed with a healthy job market, a good school system, and plenty of things to see and do in their spare time.
Haddon Heights might have a considerable median home price of $287,400, but don’t discount it offhand. After all, this is a city where most residents are earning nearly double the national average
Runnemede boasts a stunning location near the Runnemede Lake Park, a close-knit, welcoming community, great schools, plenty of amenities, a healthy job market, and, best of all, a cost of living that won’t dent your wallet
If you like your home town to have a historic side, Gloucester City might well be your perfect match. Founded by the Dutch in 1623, the town has history oozing from pores. But its perks go well beyond a scattering of historical sites.
If you dream of living by the coast, you might want to consider Beachwood. This small town of 1100 residents offers easy access to some of the most scenic beaches on the east coast. Best of all, the cost of living puts it firmly within reach.
Only in Your State ranked Clayton as one of the cheapest and most desirable places to live in New Jersey. In the five years since, not a lot has changed. It’s still cheap and it’s still pretty awesome.
Berlin’s median home value of $239,200 seems expensive. But when you compare it to the median home value for New Jersey as a whole, it’s actually more than reasonable. When you factor in the median income of $97,003, it becomes even more reasonable
The general cost of living in terms of transportation, groceries, and other essentials is remarkably low. Thanks to the town’s proximity to Haddon Lake, there’s also plenty of recreational opportunities on offer that won’t cost a dime.