Second Quarter 2019: Real Estate Market Report – Hudson County, New Jersey

 

After sizzling throughout 2018, the Hudson County housing market continued to slow down in the second quarter of 2019. Sales were down over 6% overall from last year’s second quarter, and now down 6% for the rolling year. But this decline in sales did not have a dramatic effect on pricing, which was up about 4% overall and rising across the board: up 5% for single‑family homes, over 5% for multi‑families, and up 3% for condos. We might be seeing some impact from the 2018 Tax Reform’s $10,000 cap on state and local tax deductions (SALT Cap), which particularly affected higher‑income taxpayers, who are more likely to itemize their deductions and feel the pinch. And we are certainly seeing some reverberations from the slowdown of the Manhattan market. Going forward, though, we expect that the SALT Cap’s impact will eventually get priced into the market, and believe that the seller market fundamentals are strong: a growing economy, low interest rates, and low levels of inventory. Accordingly, we expect to see a relatively robust summer and fall market in Hudson County.

Posted on July 15, 2019 at 11:31 am
Adam DiFrancesco | Category: In the News, New Jersey, Quarter Market Report

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