Looking to make a move in New Jersey but don't know where to go? The review site Niche has a 2024 list of the "best places to buy a house in New Jersey."

The grade from Niche takes into account key factors such as the local housing market, taxes, crime rates, and quality of local schools.

Niche's methodology devotes the most weight to two factors: home value to income ratio, and public schools.

Each municipality listed below received an overall Niche grade of an A+. You can click on any town's name to see reviews and information about demographics.

Ten of New Jersey's 21 counties are represented on this list.

2024 best places to buy a home in NJ (Niche)

Bernardsville (Google Maps)
Bernardsville (Google Maps)

23. Bernardsville (Somerset County)

22. Fair Haven (Monmouth County)

21. Bethlehem Township (Hunterdon County)

20. Haworth (Bergen County)

19. Robertsville (Marlboro, Monmouth County)

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Robbinsville (Google Maps)
Robbinsville (Google Maps)

18. Robbinsville (Mercer County)

17. Little Silver (Monmouth County)

16. Hopewell Township (Mercer County)

15. Haddonfield (Camden County)

14. Fanwood (Union County)

13. Mendham Borough (Morris County)

12. Glen Ridge (Essex County)

11. Chesterfield Township (Burlington County)

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Mountain Lakes (Google Maps)
Mountain Lakes (Google Maps)

10. Mountain Lakes (Morris County)

9. Harrington Park (Bergen County)

8. Ho-Ho-Kus (Bergen County)

7. Springdale (Cherry Hill, Camden County)

Belle Mead (Google Maps)
Belle Mead (Google Maps)

6. Belle Mead (Montgomery Township, Somerset County)

5. Green Brook Township (Somerset County)

4. Chatham (Morris County)

3. Montgomery Township (Somerset County)

2. Griggstown (Franklin Township, Somerset County)

Princeton Junction (Google Maps)
Princeton Junction (Google Maps)

1. Princeton Junction (West Windsor, Mercer County)

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