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In the heart of South Jersey, Atlantic County has many things to offer. Including; beautiful beaches, state parks, top notch school systems and many recreational destinations for the entire family. These are safe and friendly towns which is why living here is in such high demand.
Spacious acres of land come with real estate in Atlantic County. Wether you want to live on the beach, in a city townhouse, a quaint family friendly neighborhood or own a farm, there is a place for everyone here. The towns of Atlantic County are only minutes away from Atlantic City, 30 Minutes from Cape May, an Hour From Philadelphia and Two Hours to New York City.
How's the Market?
|3Q16 Median $||3Q17 Median $||% Change|
|% Change||Current Inventory||Absorption Rate (Months Supply)||Days on Market|
|Town||3Q17 Median $||Months Supply Below Median||Months Supply Above Median||Months Supply at 2X+ Median|
|Linwood - Q3||2013||2014||2015||2016||2017|
|# Bank Sales||0||1||2||6||2|
|Median $ Bank Sales||-||$195,000||$146,250||$129,750||$198,700|
|Median $ Non-Distressed||$282,000||$281,750||$259,950||$300,000||$264,000|
|Northfield - Q3||2013||2014||2015||2016||2017|
|# Bank Sales||0||1||1||7||7|
|Median $ Bank Sales||-||$94,900||$81,499||$95,000||$76,500|
|Median $ Non-Distressed||$235,500||$205,500||$165,000||$156,900||$198,750|
|Somers Point - Q3||2013||2014||2015||2016||2017|
|# Bank Sales||0||2||5||14||11|
|Median $ Bank Sales||-||$155,000||$112,900||$116,911||$126,000|
|Median $ Non-Distressed||$193,500||$179,000||$189,750||$168,950||$200,950|
In New Jersey districts have the option of allowing students to transfer to schools in a neighboring district (called interdistrict choice). The state has also initiated a five-year pilot program to voluntarily establish 21 choice districts, with one per county. Students within a 20-mile radius of a choice district can apply to attend its schools. Children can also attend charter schools. Low-income students are eligible for scholarship funding to attend private schools. Under the federal No Child Left Behind law, students attending a Title I school designated as "in need of improvement" have the right to attend a higher performing school in the district.
LINWOOD SCHOOL Reports
SOMERS POINT SCHOOL Reports
NORTHFIELD SCHOOL Reports