New Jersey Future: Housing Growth in Distressed Municipalities Keep Pace With Non-Distressed

Over the summer, I worked at an urban planning think tank in Trenton, NJ called New Jersey Future, which advises the State of New Jersey in areas of public policy. For NJF and the Princeton University Community Based Learning Initative (CBLI), I did economic, statistical research using the New Jersey Legislative Date Book maintained by Rutgers University. I wrote two blog posts on the NJF site describing some of the results of my research. You can read the first post, concerning housing value growth on “distressed” and non-“distressed” municipalities before and after the Recession, here.

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NJ State House Courtesy Wikimedia Commons, Marion Touvel, PD-USA

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