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what PA town are Jersey people moving to?

I hear people from Jersey work here but are moving to Pennsylvania for cheaper houses but still maintaining their pay. so what towns are counties are people moving to? I would like suggestions . I currently live in the new brunswick area. I would love to move to PA but to be as close as possible to Central Jersey. Any suggestions?

Asked By: Trevor D - 10/22/2007
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Pennsylvania... More
Answered By: 6billionfriends - 10/22/2007
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Philadelphia is where they are all going.
Answered By: howie r - 10/22/2007
 
well I would suggest getting as far away from jersey as possible.
Answered By: Lou - 10/22/2007
 
The Lehigh Valley is loaded with great towns and only a 1 hour drive out 78 East into central N.J. Check out Bethlehem,Easton, or Allentown Hey Clip Artist,I feel your pain everyday(Berks County resident)
Answered By: Kev L - 10/22/2007
 
They're moving to the Milford PA region and to the Allentown/Bethlehem area. Lots of NYC commuters live in both places.
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Answered By: Clip Artist - 10/22/2007
 
I have a friend who is building homes right now for this very thing. He is building around the Philadelphia area. I believe it's not that far of a commute from NYC. It's my understanding that a lot of people are moving out of that area since 9-11 and want to live in a more secure and "homey" area. I hope this helps... More
Answered By: rosie - 10/22/2007
 
Poconos
Answered By: Chadwick - 10/22/2007
 
the ones that are over the border to about 50 miles west lots of subdivisions now
Answered By: Michael M - 10/22/2007
 
A lot of people are going to the Lehigh Valley areas. Its nice, but a different way of life. Try Warren County, NJ. You can maintain your NJ address but live a lot cheaper. PA does not offer disability insurance. You have to buy private. WC is not all bad. Stay out of Phillipsburg. Alpha is nice...08865. Good luck.
Answered By: wife2denizmoi - 10/22/2007
 
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