The map shows where residents in Camden and surrounding areas believe are the best places to live. Areas such as Woodlynne, NJ and Oaklyn, NJ are also shown. Top areas are in purple and green, with less-desired areas in red.
The most desired areas tend to be in the northeast parts of the city, while more affordable homes are in the southeast regions.
Median house prices in Camden, NJ are $118,489, meaning Camden homes are much less expensive than the US median of $376,286. We analyzed a significant sample of cities with similar populations like Rochester Hills, MI and Grand Junction, CO, and found homes in Camden cost much less.
Compared to New Jersey, Camden home prices are much less expensive than the state's average of $490,461. These are the best neighborhoods as judged by the market: the places people most want to live. While these areas tend to have lower crime rates and higher quality of life, it is primarily a map of the best areas by median home value in Camden, NJ.
In regards to housing disparity, the quality of neighborhood within Camden varies greatly.
Data Sources: U.S. Census, proprietary data mapping and analysis
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