Three counties in South Jersey lead the state in the shortest amount of time a home stays on the market, according to recent data from New Jersey Realtors, a trade association of more than 6,300 realtors.
Gloucester County led the state in homes that averaged few days on the market, according to the most recent data available. In Gloucester County, the home was on the market for an average of 27 days in March. Hudson County led the state for average market days in March, with an average of 52 days.
Across New Jersey, single-family homes sold an average of 39 days in March — 13% faster than they sold in February, and about 19% faster than they sold last year. The days on the market are counted from the time the home is listed until it passes an attorney’s review.