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History of Hunterdon County

Established on March 11, 1714, Hunterdon County is a county located in the western section of the U.S. state of New Jersey. As part of the New York Metropolitan Area, its county seat is the beautiful town of Flemington. It is a beautiful area known for its agriculture, rich foliage, fertile soil and rolling hills. It houses a collection of some of the most beautiful historic areas in New Jersey, including Clinton, Asbury, Clover, and Cokesbury.

A beautiful hot spot for both its visitors and its inhabitants, Hunterdon County is full of recreations, a wealth of small businesses, and tourist attractions, most notably it’s vast amount of parks and recreational facilities. Scenic country roads give way to hiking areas such as the Columbia Trail, Spruce Run and Round Valley Reservoir, and the Delaware River just to name a few.  Tourists can easily find canoeing, hiking, biking, and horse-back riding in the area, as well as some of the most beautiful homes in New Jersey.

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My May 2022 Market Reports For Hunterdon and Somerset County Are Now Available…

Market Reports I strive to bring certainty in understanding our Hunterdon and Somerset County real estate market. My monthly market update walks you through the economic conditions and trends that influence our local markets. It also offers hyper-local statistics that you will not be able [...]

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Somerset County’s Real Estate Market Conditions May 2022 – Bridgewater Edition

I strive to bring certainty in understanding our Somerset County real estate market. My monthly market update walks you through the economic conditions and trends that influence our local markets. It also offers hyper-local statistics that you will not be able to find elsewhere. You [...]

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Somerset County’s Real Estate Market Conditions May 2022

I strive to bring certainty in understanding our Somerset County real estate market. My monthly market update walks you through the economic conditions and trends that influence our local markets. It also offers hyper-local statistics that you will not be able to find elsewhere. You [...]

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Somerset County’s Real Estate Market Conditions April 2022

I strive to bring certainty in understanding our Somerset County real estate market. My monthly market update walks you through the economic conditions and trends that influence our local markets. It also offers hyper-local statistics that you will not be able to find elsewhere. You will [...]

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Somerset County’s Real Estate Market Conditions April 2022 – Bridgewater Edition

I strive to bring certainty in understanding our Bridgewater real estate market. My monthly market update walks you through the economic conditions and trends that influence our local markets. It also offers hyper-local statistics that you will not be able to find elsewhere. You will come [...]

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Podcast: Director of the Greater Raritan Workforce Development Board (Paul Grzella) 2022 Update

Paul Grzella, Director of the Greater Raritan Workforce Development Board, is interviewed by Joe Peters as to how the board fared through 2021 and what's new for 2022 in addressing the needs of our two counties. Listen in as Paul Grzella explains how both Employers [...]

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