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  1. Why more South Jersey residents are renting instead of buying homes

    At 28, Andrew Imperiale could afford to buy a house. And lots of people have told him what a smart move it would be.
  2. Ask Dulley: Tubular skylights can reduce electric bills

    Dear Jim: I want more natural light indoors to reduce electric usage for lighting. Also, I see better in natural light. I thought a tubular skylight would be the easiest to install myself. Does this make sense? — Jen H.
  3. Tax Shelter

    Ben Franklin once said there are only two things certain in this world: death and taxes. But at Summerfields West, a new 55-and-older community in Williamstown, there's only one thing that's certain. And it's not taxes.

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Cape May Brewing Company dedicates brewhouse

LOWER TOWNSHIP — They began in 2011 brewing just 12 gallons of beer at a time. They only had one customer, Cabanas in Cape May, back then.

On the waterfront

Basil and Kathy Paparone both grew up at the Jersey Shore so it was only natural they would settle down and raise a family there. It was only a question of where. That question was answered 22 years ago when they purchased a home on the Intracoastal Waterway in Ventnor and moved in with their three young daughters.

From humble beginnings...

Tom D'Onofrio didn't particularly like the 1960s era rancher in Linwood. What he did like was the location, overlooking a small, scenic lake known to locals as Off's Pond. So, when the house went on the market in 2003, he decided to buy it.

Window dressing

Most people don't buy a house for its windows. But George and Peggy Link did. Sure, they liked the location – a one-acre lot in a quiet, upscale neighborhood off Somers Point-Mays Landing Road in Hamilton Township. And the house had an acre of property and nearly 3,600 square feet of living space.

New Jersey Motorsports Park condos put life in fast lane

MILLVILLE — The New Jersey Motorsports Park built three-bedroom condos called villas for race fans who wanted to live or have a second home at the track.

Sunny side up

Edna Maier raised her family in Linwood. But when she became an empty nester she picked up stakes and moved to a one-story home in a 55-and older development in Galloway.

Atlantic County leads U.S. in foreclosures

Atlantic County again led U.S. metropolitan areas in foreclosure activity rates in the first quarter of 2015, and other southern New Jersey counties saw big year-over-year increases too, RealtyTrac said Wednesday.

In Cape May County, campers still can set up at beach

At last count, Cape May County had almost 50 campgrounds with more than 17,000 spaces where visitors could spend a vacation with just a trailer or tent or cabin between them and the great outdoors.

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Up in the dunes

Myung Song doesn't own the biggest house in Avalon. That distinction belongs to Utz potato chip CEO Michael Rice, who built a 14,000 square foot ubermansion a few doors down.

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