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Union, NJ, is home to nearly 57,000 people. It occupies northern Union County in the area that was called Connecticut Farms in the 18th Century. Nearly 57,000 people live in Union.

There are six primary (PreK-4) schools:

Central Five-Jefferson School serves grade 5, and Burnet Middle School and Kawameeh Middle School serve grades 6 though 8. Union High School serves 2400 students in grades 9-12.

In September , there were 344 homes listed for sale and 31 homes sold. This results in a months supply of 6.7. This number tells you how many months it would take for all the current homes for sale on the market to sell, based upon the rate of sales in the past. A Months of Supply of less than 5 months is what real estate professionals often call a “seller’s market.” This means that there are more buyers than sellers in the area and homes are selling quicker than they are being put on the market. Typically, this increases prices. In September of 2012, the months supply was 9.4union months supply

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To browse the 344 homes offered for sale in Union, click here.

The average sale price in Union in September was $273,372. This is 17% higher than the average sale price in September of 2012.

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For more information on selling a home:

To see photos and descriptions of all of the homes currently offered for sale in Union, please click here.

If you’re considering selling your Union home, call us today for a free comparative market analysis of your home.

For more information on Union Real Estate:

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