Highlands, NJ Real Estate
Highlands, New Jersey is located in Monmouth County. Nearby cities and towns include Atlantic Highlands, Sea Bright, Navesink, Rumson, Fair Haven, Leonardo, Monmouth Beach, Belford, Little Silver, Fairview, Red Bank, Oceanport, Port Monmouth, Shrewsbury, North Middletown, Long Branch, Keansburg, West Long Branch, Eatontown, Lincroft, Oakhurst, Union Beach, Deal, Tinton Falls, Keyport, Allenhurst, Interlaken, Wanamassa, Loch Arbour, Strathmore, Cliffwood Beach, Asbury Park, Matawan, Ocean Grove, Morganville, Bradley Beach, Laurence Harbor, Neptune City, Avon-by-the-Sea, Shark River Hills, Belmar, East Freehold, Brownville, Lake Como, West Belmar, Madison Park, South Amboy, Robertsville, Farmingdale, Perth Amboy, Spring Lake, Spring Lake Heights, Sewaren, Port Reading, Carteret, Freehold, Old Bridge, Sayreville, Sea Girt, Woodbridge, Atlantic Beach, Allenwood, Bayonne, Avenel, Fords, Yorketown, East Atlantic Beach, Manasquan, West Freehold, Inwood, Lawrence, Linden, New York, South River, Brielle, Cedarhurst, Englishtown, Iselin, Rahway, Spotswood, Elizabeth, Woodsburgh, Long Beach, Ramtown, Colonia, Point Pleasant Beach, Woodmere, Hewlett Neck, Metuchen, Harbor Isle, Jersey City, Roselle, Hewlett Bay Park, Island Park, South Valley Stream, Hewlett Harbor, Point Pleasant, Hewlett, Helmetta, Bay Head, Barnum Island, Bay Park, Roselle Park, Milltown, Valley Stream, East Rockaway, Lido Beach, Hoboken, Highland Park, Jamesburg, Lakewood, Vista Center, Lynbrook, Newark, Whittingham, North Valley Stream, Oceanside, Garwood, New Brunswick, Kenilworth, North Lynbrook, Concordia, and Mantoloking. Highlands is a suburban community with a population of 5,023. The median household income is $75,575. In Highlands, 53% of residents are married, and families with children reside in 17% of the households. Half the population of Highlands commutes 31 minutes or less to work, with 55% of residents holding white collar jobs and 45% residents holding blue collar jobs. The median age of homes in Highlands, NJ is 37 years, with 48% of those homes owned, 35% rented, and 17% not occupied. In the previous year, 64 Highlands properties were sold. The median sale price of a home in Highlands in the previous year was $230,689.