In the last three months, the housing market in New Jersey was slowly starting to stabilize — at least, in the sense things had stopped getting worse.
After tumultuous years that included a double-dip in home prices nationwide, median sale prices for the second quarter this year ranged from rising 5.6 percent in the Atlantic City region to falling 5.1 percent in the Edison area, compared with last year, according to the National Association of Realtors.
But then, within the last two weeks, whatever hope industry leaders had for the market’s stabilization came crashing down.
At Gay Realty Watch, we look for news to share with you about the gay real estate market – both lgbt real estate news and news specific to gay and lesbian real estate meccas.
If you have a gay real estate story that you’d like to share with us, contact us at [email protected]