New Jersey : one of the destinations with a crazy cultural identity, is the most densely populated state of all the United States of America. The most densely populated city, Newark, with its 500,000 inhabitants, has allowed this nation to receive the nickname of "Garden State".
Admit it: you have often wanted to move to a state like this, and maybe try to find your corner of serenity that fits your needs. What if we told you that, today, it is possible to do it and also in a convenient way? Can't you believe it? We at Realigro, once again, have decided to surprise you! By creating a mini-guide, we are ready to eliminate all your doubts, to allow you to buy a property in New Jersey in total serenity and without incurring heavy risks for your wallet! So, are you ready? We hope so, because our journey of discovery of New Jersey is about to begin!
Let's start with a few basic notions: what are the documents necessary to be able to access this country? New Jersey is also subject to the same regulations as most of the USA. It will therefore be mandatory only and exclusively the passport, with a residual validity of at least six months from the time of entry into the country.
Once in New Jersey, you should understand how and where to move. The capital is Trenton, although it is not the most populous city of the state (in fact it is the fifth) is also a focal point of the entire economy of the country. It is located almost in the center of the state, which is why it is often considered an integral part of the metropolitan area of New York, other times in that of Delaware. The city is served by a famous intercity tramway, the so-called River line, which connects this metropolis perfectly with the others. It should be remembered that, in general in New Jersey there are no major urban realities, and this is undoubtedly an element of fundamental importance, given that property prices and, briefly, the cost of living, are particularly affected by the size of urban agglomerations.
We come to analyze in detail the cost of living in New Jersey. It is convenient to ask yourself. Well, to answer this question in a clear but also thorough, and especially to give you more convenience once you arrive in this state, we decided to include a small list of basic necessities and potential costs that can be incurred in New Jersey.
1 kilo of chicken generally costs $8.1 and $9.2.
1 liter of milk usually costs between $0.9 and $1.1
A dozen eggs cost about $3.9.
A loaf of bread: between 2.4-3 $
Meat (Chicken, veal, pork): 49 $
Milk, eggs and bread: 38 $
Fruits, vegetables and other fruits: 72 $
What about real estate? Here, too, a distinction must be made between the most metropolitan and peripheral areas, both in terms of lease and purchase agreements.
A small villa in the heart of the capital, can cost up to 400,000 euros, while in the neighboring areas prices also fall by 100,000 euros. As for the lease contracts, we start from 500 euros per month up to a maximum of 700 for the largest buildings and equipped with every comfort.
We hope that this mini guide has been useful for you ... we wish you a pleasant journey to discover New Jersey!
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