Homes for sale in Bergen County, NJ   

When you buy a home, you also buy into a community.  Bergen County offers a range of lifestyles, excellent schools and strong communities.  New Jersey is also known as the Garden State for its many parks and playgrounds.

Bergen County has over 70 different municipalities and a population of about 860,000. It offers many diverse lifestyles, for example:

·         Urban in Fort Lee, Cliffside Park and Edgewater    

·         Dense suburban with houses on similar sized properties in Teaneck, New Milford, Bergenfield and   Dumont

·         Sprawling suburban with large homes located on spacious properties in Tenafly, Haworth, Demarest, Cresskill, Old Tappan and Rivervale

·         Luxury estates in Alpine, Englewood, Cresskill and Saddle River 

Many of the high rise buildings along the "The Gold Coast" have magnificent Hudson River views of Manhattan and the George Washington Bridge.  Most towns have good commercial centers while other towns offer few services and a more rural feeling. Some towns even allow horses, depending upon the size of the property!   

Upper West Side Condos for Sale in Manhattan

Are you thinking of investing in an Upper West Side condo? You will find plenty of housing options in the neighborhood, with the most highly valued ones in historically and architecturally significant buildings such as the Beresford, the Dakota, the El Dorado and the Majestic. The housing stock also boasts plenty of pre-war buildings and brownstones as well as newly constructed condos. If you’re interested in classic NYC properties, you’ll also want to expand your search to include the market for brownstones in Harlem, which has been heating up in recent years.

Brownstones in Harlem

Is your dream home a classic NYC brownstone? Brownstones are among the most highly valued residential properties in the region and usually command multimillion-dollar prices, putting them beyond the reach of the majority of today’s homebuyers. If you have your heart set on one, however, then it’s time you headed to Harlem. This is probably the last area in Manhattan where it’s still more than possible for you to stumble across relatively affordable brownstones, whether it’s a fixer-upper or a renovated Harlem brownstone