Here are N.J.’s most and least affordable towns, according to a report

From waterfront mansions on the Navesink to celebrity-pedigreed homes in Englewood to a 30,000-square-foot stone mansion in Alpine, here are the more expensive listings in New Jersey this year.

For those in the market for a four-bedroom, two-bathroom home, the most affordable town in New Jersey is Willingboro Township in Burlington County, with an average listing price of $122,027, according to an annual Coldwell Banker report released Thursday.

If price is your only factor, you’ll also find deals in Newark, Paterson, Irvington and the small Warren County city of Phillipsburg.

The least affordable town in New Jersey is Morris County’s Madison, where the average price is $925,568. Mahwah, Bernards Township, Summit and Westfield round out the five most expensive markets.

No Alpine, Rumson or Saddle River? The Coldwell Banker list, which it touts as the most extensive home price comparison tool available, only looks at four-bedroom, two-bathroom homes, and only includes markets that have at least 10 of those homes on the market between January 2016 and June 2016.


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