Monthly Archives: May 2018

Will the feds accept it?

From the Star Ledger: Murphy moves to save your property tax break from Trump. But will it stick? Gov. Phil Murphy just took action to save your federal property tax break from President Donald Trump’s new tax law. The Democratic … Continue reading

Posted in New Jersey Real Estate, Politics, Property Taxes | 55 Comments

At least someone wants to be here

From the WSJ: New Jersey Landlords Can’t Keep Up With Demand For Industrial Space Industrial space in New Jersey is so hot that lease deals are drying up. Across the state, which has become a major logistics hub for online … Continue reading

Posted in Economics, New Development, New Jersey Real Estate | 110 Comments

How do we sleep while our beds are burning?

From the WSJ: ‘My Clients Are Fleeing NJ Like It’s on Fire’ That headline arrives via email from a money manager in northern New Jersey. The Garden State already has the third largest overall tax burden and the country’s highest … Continue reading

Posted in General | 99 Comments

How high can it go?

From CNBC: March home prices make their biggest jump in 4 years—and half of the biggest housing markets are now overvalued Home prices have been rising steadily since the recession, but the gains are suddenly accelerating as spring demand heats … Continue reading

Posted in Economics, Employment, Housing Recovery, National Real Estate | 96 Comments

Has Newark made it?

From Bloomberg: A $1 Billion Real Estate Boost for Battered Newark SJP Properties and Aetna Realty are planning to spend as much as $1 billion on a project beside a Newark, New Jersey, commuter-rail hub, the latest in a spree … Continue reading

Posted in Economics, Employment, New Development, New Jersey Real Estate | 63 Comments