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800 Falcon Dr
Absecon, NJ
1 Bedroom
$1,270
900 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$1,485
1150 sqft
Last updated December 3 at 04:46 AM
A fantastic community near the AC Expressway and Garden State Parkway. Plenty of amenities, including a tennis court, gym, dog park and sauna. Updated interiors with walk-in closets, a patio or balcony, and extra storage.
1 Unit Available
14 Oyster Bay Road
14 Oyster Bay Rd
Absecon, NJ
2 Bedrooms
$1,300
Last updated December 3 at 04:33 AM
Very beautiful 2bd 2.5Bath 2Story townhouse. Tenant(s) MUST have excellent credit, sufficient income. No pets and No smoking.
1 Unit Available
130 W CHURCH STREET
130 West Church Street
Absecon, NJ
2 Bedrooms
$1,195
Last updated December 3 at 04:33 AM
SPACIOUS TWO BEDROOM FIRST FLOOR APARTMENT IN A NICE ABSECON NEIGHBORHOOD WITH LIVING ROOM, DINING ROOM, EAT-IN -KITCHEN, LAUNDRY ROOM WITH WASHER AND DRYER, HARDWOOD FLOORS, FRONT PORCH AND DECK AND MORE!
1 Unit Available
150 Bayview Dr
150 Bayview Drive
Absecon, NJ
3 Bedrooms
$1,495
Last updated May 15 at 04:47 PM
Available June 1, 3 bedroom 1 bath ranch, living room with hdwd floors, titled kitchen with granite counter tops, tiled bath, full basement with washer & dryer, fenced in yard.
Results within 1 mile of Absecon
1 Unit Available
252 MALLARD LANE
252 Mallard Ln
Pleasantville, NJ | Mount Pleasant
3 Bedrooms
$1,995
Last updated December 3 at 04:33 AM
BAYFRONT! BEAUTIFUL AND SPACIOUS THREE LEVEL 3 BEDROOM AND 2.
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3 Units Available
Virginia Arms
31 North Virginia Avenue
Atlantic City, NJ | Downtown Atlantic City
Studio
$740
550 sqft
1 Bedroom
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2 Bedrooms
$1,000
750 sqft
Last updated December 3 at 01:10 AM
Welcome to Virginia Arms!
1 Unit Available
1722 Atlantic Avenue, Apt 2B
1722 Atlantic Ave
Atlantic City, NJ | Downtown Atlantic City
Studio
$795
700 sqft
2 Bedrooms
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Last updated December 3 at 05:48 AM
Atlantic Realty Management | Professionally Managed Apartments. Studio, One Bathroom. Recently renovated with new flooring, paint, cabinets, and more. Spacious closets, Foyer, Living room Master Bedroom, bathroom. Large windows throughout apartment.
1 Unit Available
747 Chanese Lane
747 East Chanese Lane
Atlantic County, NJ
3 Bedrooms
$1,800
Last updated December 3 at 04:33 AM
3 bedroom, 2 bath house overlooking the bay, luxury vinyl planking throughout, renovated kitchen with granite countertops and new cabinets, stainless steel appliances, new bathrooms, fresh paint, shed, two year lease required, NO PETS, EASY TO
1 Unit Available
7107 Atlantic Ave
7107 Atlantic Avenue
Ventnor City, NJ | Ventnor City
5 Bedrooms
$4,800
Last updated December 3 at 04:33 AM
AVAILABLE NOW THROUGH MAY! Fabulous 5 bedroom, 4 full bath 3-story home located right across from the beach and boardwalk! First floor features a spacious living area, den/office, dining area, and upgraded kitchen with stainless steel appliances,
1 Unit Available
33 N Jefferson Ave
33 North Jefferson Avenue
Margate City, NJ | Margate City
3 Bedrooms
$2,000
Last updated December 3 at 04:33 AM
Beautiful winter rental in the Marina District. Comes fully furnished with hardwood floors throughout the first floor, exceptionally designed kitchen, attic storage and 2-car parking on a paver driveway.
1 Unit Available
83 Mattix Run
83 Mattix Run
Atlantic County, NJ
2 Bedrooms
$1,200
Last updated December 3 at 04:33 AM
2 bedroom, 2 bath in desirable Woods at Great Creek, 1100 sq ft, 2nd floor faces the woods, fresh paint, washer / dryer in unit, NO PETS ALLOWED. All applicants must go through Galloway Real Estate application process.
1 Unit Available
25 N Clermont Ave
25 North Clermont Avenue
Margate City, NJ | Margate City
5 Bedrooms
$25,000
Last updated December 3 at 04:33 AM
Newly renovated Cape Cod in the desirable A,B,C section of Margate.
1 Unit Available
9609 Ventnor (SUMMER RENTAL) Ave
9609 Ventnor Avenue
Margate City, NJ | Margate City
Studio
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1 Bedroom
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2 Bedrooms
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Last updated December 3 at 04:33 AM
DO NOT MISS THIS OPPORTUNITY to secure your SUMMER VACATION AT THE SHORE in one of Marvelous Margate's most sought after complexes!! Walking distance to the beach, restaurants, shopping, ice cream shops, mini golf, and SO MUCH MORE! Complex also
1 Unit Available
8 N Providence Ave
8 North Providence Avenue
Atlantic City, NJ | Chelsea
1 Bedroom
$1,000
2 Bedrooms
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Last updated December 3 at 04:33 AM
FABULOUS YEARLY RENTAL! Renovated 1 bedroom, 1 bath just two and a half blocks from the beach and boardwalk! New flooring throughout the entire unit, remodeled kitchen, and freshly painted!! Large bedroom features TWO closets and and a built-in
1 Unit Available
5219 Seaspray Road
5219 Seaspray Road
Brigantine, NJ | Brigantine
5 Bedrooms
$8,500
Last updated December 3 at 04:33 AM
Gracious 5 bedroom 5.2 baths home with elevator Beautiful Views of the Atlantic City Skyline and the wonderful Ocean. Located in the prestigious Sea Point area.
1 Unit Available
30 West Dr
30 West Drive
Margate City, NJ | Margate City
3 Bedrooms
$38,000
Last updated December 3 at 04:33 AM
Historic, well appointed 2-story home found in Margate's desirable Marvin's Garden neighborhood. Two blocks to beach, walking distance to shopping, restaurants and much more! Sleeps 8 comfortably...this summer oasis will not last long!
1 Unit Available
3501 Pacific Ave
3501 Pacific Avenue
Atlantic City, NJ | Chelsea
Studio
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1 Bedroom
$850
Last updated December 3 at 04:33 AM
Immaculate Condo, Winter Rental one block to the beach and 2 blocks to Stockton University AC Campus. This condo is equipped with all the necessities. A Queen Bed with memory foam mattress. Tall wardrobe with 4 drawers.
1 Unit Available
5519 Wellingon Ave
5519 Wellington Avenue
Ventnor City, NJ | Ventnor City
2 Bedrooms
$1,300
886 sqft
Last updated December 3 at 04:33 AM
Second floor unit fresh and ready to go. Two spacious bedrooms, bath, eat in kitchen area and living room. Bus transportation nearby.
1 Unit Available
99 Sussex Pl
99 Sussex Place
Atlantic County, NJ
2 Bedrooms
$1,250
881 sqft
Last updated December 3 at 04:33 AM
Find studio, 1, 2 and 3 bedroom apartments for rent at 99 Sussex Pl in Atlantic County. View photos, descriptions and more!
1 Unit Available
1306 Mcclellan Ave
1306 Mcclellan Avenue
Pleasantville, NJ
3 Bedrooms
$1,700
Last updated December 3 at 04:33 AM
Recently renovated home with big fenced yard for a growing family. Large deck, shed and storage. 1.5 Security deposit plus first month rent due at signing. Credit & background check, and good housekeeping skills required.
1 Unit Available
35 S Windsor Ave Ave
35 South Windsor Avenue
Atlantic City, NJ | Lower Chelsea
5 Bedrooms
$2,500
Last updated December 3 at 04:33 AM
Find studio, 1, 2 and 3 bedroom apartments for rent at 35 S Windsor Ave Ave in Atlantic City. View photos, descriptions and more!
1 Unit Available
2 S Bartram Ave
2 South Bartram Place
Atlantic City, NJ | Lower Chelsea
Studio
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1 Bedroom
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2 Bedrooms
$1,200
Last updated December 3 at 04:33 AM
Best location. Steps to the beach, shopping, transportation, Brighton elementary school and to Stockton university. Totally renovated 2 bed room apartment, living groom, new kitchen new flooring and redone bath room.
1 Unit Available
2002 Mckinley
2002 Mckinley Avenue
Atlantic City, NJ | Monroe Park
3 Bedrooms
$1,100
Last updated December 3 at 04:33 AM
Affordable spacious 3 bed 1 bath 2 story row home located in a quiet neighborhood on the west side.
1 Unit Available
10 Explorer Rd
10 Explorer Road
Brigantine, NJ | Brigantine
4 Bedrooms
$2,500
Last updated December 3 at 04:33 AM
$2500 a WEEK or $10000 a month : Working from home? Virtual Learning? Why don't you do it at the shore? Fall in Love in this Four Bedroom Weekly Rental at the Shore! Bring the Family and enjoy this spacious single family home in Beautiful
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You can use the off-campus housing filters to find apartments near colleges located in or around Absecon. Some of the colleges and universities in the area include Camden County College, and Rowan University.

City Guide

Absecon
New Jersey's tallest lighthouse is located in Absecon, off Pacific and Rhode Island Avenues near Atlantic City. The Absecon Lighthouse has 228 steps, and it is one of the oldest lighthouses in the country, as it was first lit in 1857.
New Jersey's tallest lighthouse is located in Absecon, off Pacific and Rhode Island Avenues near Atlantic City. The Absecon Lighthouse has 228 steps, and it is one of the oldest lighthouses in the country, as it was first lit in 1857.

Several things make New Jersey a great place to live. First, it's among the oldest and most historical places in the nation. It serves an oasis for workers who want to escape the grind of the big city after the workday is done, and boasts some of the most lavish resorts in the world. Absecon sits right on the bay, and offers everything you'd want from a big city, packed into a tiny population of just over 8,400.

Moving to Absecon

Absecon is filled with Atlantic City workers who make the simple, 11-minute trip each day to get away from the hectic tourist atmosphere of the casinos and resorts. This makes property extremely valuable here, but there are still several desirable places to rent in Absecon. Try to move during the spring or fall, as the summers here are crowded and the winters are quite cold, either of which can make a move less than pleasant.

Absecon has 33% fewer tornadoes and 97% less earthquake activity than the rest of the nation. And now for the less than stellar news: it does occasionally get hit by severe storms, flooding, blizzards and the stray hurricane. So there's that. Just check the weather reports as moving day approaches to make sure you won't face any of these hassles. And you might want to just keep the habit of staying updated on the local weather after you move here, you know, so you can dress accordingly.

If you don't have a car, there is ample bus and train service available between Absecon and Atlantic City. Most of the Absecon apartment rentals, condos and townhouses use natural gas furnaces (there are very few with electric heaters), so if you move during the wintertime, you might need assistance lighting the pilot light. The local utility company will usually send someone out to light it for you at no charge, or you can just ask the technicians when they arrive to turn on your gas service.

Absecon's premier apartments and condo rentals can be both hard to find and hard to afford, but you can often find reasonably priced one bedroom apartments. Occasionally, all utilities paid apartments and townhouses are also available.

Moving to Absecon
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Absecon is filled with Atlantic City workers who make the simple, 11-minute trip each day to get away from the hectic tourist atmosphere of the casinos and resorts. This makes property extremely valuable here, but there are still several desirable places to rent in Absecon. Try to move during the spring or fall, as the summers here are crowded and the winters are quite cold, either of which can make a move less than pleasant.

Absecon has 33% fewer tornadoes and 97% less earthquake activity than the rest of the nation. And now for the less than stellar news: it does occasionally get hit by severe storms, flooding, blizzards and the stray hurricane. So there's that. Just check the weather reports as moving day approaches to make sure you won't face any of these hassles. And you might want to just keep the habit of staying updated on the local weather after you move here, you know, so you can dress accordingly.

If you don't have a car, there is ample bus and train service available between Absecon and Atlantic City. Most of the Absecon apartment rentals, condos and townhouses use natural gas furnaces (there are very few with electric heaters), so if you move during the wintertime, you might need assistance lighting the pilot light. The local utility company will usually send someone out to light it for you at no charge, or you can just ask the technicians when they arrive to turn on your gas service.

Absecon's premier apartments and condo rentals can be both hard to find and hard to afford, but you can often find reasonably priced one bedroom apartments. Occasionally, all utilities paid apartments and townhouses are also available.

Neighborhoods of Absecon

Absecon can be divided into a few different neighborhoods for you to choose from, but neither is worse than the other. Either way, you're going to love living here.

Bay Colony: Many of the neighborhoods of Absecon are pretty nice, such as Bay Colony. Here you can find condo and townhouse rentals most of the time. Just expect to pay an arm and maybe a leg, unless you want a studio apartment or a small one bedroom unit.

Victoria Crossing: This community features a neighborhood watch program that should help you sleep a little sounder at night, unless the neighbor's dog just loves to bark!

Victoria Estates: This area also has a Neighborhood Watch program, as well as a neighborhood association. Home rentals run a little higher here since landlords have to recoup those HOA fees. But the lack of weeds is worth it!

Victoria Pointe: Perhaps you're sensing a theme? Yes, there are lots of communities in Absecon using the name Victoria. Victoria Pointe is another nice community with a neighborhood association and a Neighborhood Watch program. It isn't always easy to find rental properties in the pricier sections of Absecon, but when available, they are generally luxurious.

Village at Harding's Run: In addition to a neighborhood association, Village at Harding's Run offers a clubhouse for residents to enjoy. Again, most people here own their homes and it can be difficult to snag a rental property.

Neighborhoods of Absecon
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Absecon can be divided into a few different neighborhoods for you to choose from, but neither is worse than the other. Either way, you're going to love living here.

Bay Colony: Many of the neighborhoods of Absecon are pretty nice, such as Bay Colony. Here you can find condo and townhouse rentals most of the time. Just expect to pay an arm and maybe a leg, unless you want a studio apartment or a small one bedroom unit.

Victoria Crossing: This community features a neighborhood watch program that should help you sleep a little sounder at night, unless the neighbor's dog just loves to bark!

Victoria Estates: This area also has a Neighborhood Watch program, as well as a neighborhood association. Home rentals run a little higher here since landlords have to recoup those HOA fees. But the lack of weeds is worth it!

Victoria Pointe: Perhaps you're sensing a theme? Yes, there are lots of communities in Absecon using the name Victoria. Victoria Pointe is another nice community with a neighborhood association and a Neighborhood Watch program. It isn't always easy to find rental properties in the pricier sections of Absecon, but when available, they are generally luxurious.

Village at Harding's Run: In addition to a neighborhood association, Village at Harding's Run offers a clubhouse for residents to enjoy. Again, most people here own their homes and it can be difficult to snag a rental property.

Living in Absecon

One of the most popular summer activities in Absecon is shopping at farmer's markets. Most of the communities have organized farmer's markets and offer a variety of arts and crafts, fresh locally-grown vegetables and fruits, cheeses, maple syrup (this syrup is nothing like you get in the grocery store!), and fresh herbs.

There are a couple of parks in Absecon, too, including GreenAcresPark and HeritagePark. One of the most interesting shops in the town is the Candle and Christmas Shoppe, which is worth a visit for nothing else but the smell. New Jersey is also the diner capital of the world, so it's always convenient to grab a sandwich and soda when you're out and about. Some of the most popular eateries in Absecon are Vic's Subs, Seaview's and China Sea of Absecon.

Sailing is another popular activity during Absecon summers, and charters are available if you don't happen to own your own boat. The community also has a library, and you'll soon learn that New Jersey has the highest per capita number of shopping malls in the world and more racehorses than the entire (much larger) state of Kentucky.

You can expect your neighbors to be well educated, which is usually something to be impressed with. There are a lot of wonderful education opportunities that surround the local area. That certainly isn't a bad thing!

There is no shortage of jobs in the area, either. The most prominent industries in the area are food and accommodation services (in all those casino resorts in Atlantic City), the arts and entertainment industry, retail sales and administrative support, construction (somebody's got to build all those resorts), public administration (New Jersey is one of the most heavily regulated states in the country, and has the highest tax rate, too), health care, science and technology. The average commute time is about 17 minutes.

Absecon enjoys lower than the national crime rate, but the air quality is just average, and the poverty level is near the national level, at 10%. Residents depend mostly on the television and radio stations of Pleasantville and Atlantic for news, weather, sports and entertainment. But perhaps most important of all is the fact that the area offers 86 grocery stores, 24 gas stations, two supercenters and 311 full-service restaurants. And then of course it's only a short drive to the bright and shiny attractions available in Atlantic City!

Living in Absecon
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One of the most popular summer activities in Absecon is shopping at farmer's markets. Most of the communities have organized farmer's markets and offer a variety of arts and crafts, fresh locally-grown vegetables and fruits, cheeses, maple syrup (this syrup is nothing like you get in the grocery store!), and fresh herbs.

There are a couple of parks in Absecon, too, including GreenAcresPark and HeritagePark. One of the most interesting shops in the town is the Candle and Christmas Shoppe, which is worth a visit for nothing else but the smell. New Jersey is also the diner capital of the world, so it's always convenient to grab a sandwich and soda when you're out and about. Some of the most popular eateries in Absecon are Vic's Subs, Seaview's and China Sea of Absecon.

Sailing is another popular activity during Absecon summers, and charters are available if you don't happen to own your own boat. The community also has a library, and you'll soon learn that New Jersey has the highest per capita number of shopping malls in the world and more racehorses than the entire (much larger) state of Kentucky.

You can expect your neighbors to be well educated, which is usually something to be impressed with. There are a lot of wonderful education opportunities that surround the local area. That certainly isn't a bad thing!

There is no shortage of jobs in the area, either. The most prominent industries in the area are food and accommodation services (in all those casino resorts in Atlantic City), the arts and entertainment industry, retail sales and administrative support, construction (somebody's got to build all those resorts), public administration (New Jersey is one of the most heavily regulated states in the country, and has the highest tax rate, too), health care, science and technology. The average commute time is about 17 minutes.

Absecon enjoys lower than the national crime rate, but the air quality is just average, and the poverty level is near the national level, at 10%. Residents depend mostly on the television and radio stations of Pleasantville and Atlantic for news, weather, sports and entertainment. But perhaps most important of all is the fact that the area offers 86 grocery stores, 24 gas stations, two supercenters and 311 full-service restaurants. And then of course it's only a short drive to the bright and shiny attractions available in Atlantic City!

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Absecon
New Jersey's tallest lighthouse is located in Absecon, off Pacific and Rhode Island Avenues near Atlantic City. The Absecon Lighthouse has 228 steps, and it is one of the oldest lighthouses in the country, as it was first lit in 1857.
New Jersey's tallest lighthouse is located in Absecon, off Pacific and Rhode Island Avenues near Atlantic City. The Absecon Lighthouse has 228 steps, and it is one of the oldest lighthouses in the country, as it was first lit in 1857.

Several things make New Jersey a great place to live. First, it's among the oldest and most historical places in the nation. It serves an oasis for workers who want to escape the grind of the big city after the workday is done, and boasts some of the most lavish resorts in the world. Absecon sits right on the bay, and offers everything you'd want from a big city, packed into a tiny population of just over 8,400.

Moving to Absecon

Absecon is filled with Atlantic City workers who make the simple, 11-minute trip each day to get away from the hectic tourist atmosphere of the casinos and resorts. This makes property extremely valuable here, but there are still several desirable places to rent in Absecon. Try to move during the spring or fall, as the summers here are crowded and the winters are quite cold, either of which can make a move less than pleasant.

Absecon has 33% fewer tornadoes and 97% less earthquake activity than the rest of the nation. And now for the less than stellar news: it does occasionally get hit by severe storms, flooding, blizzards and the stray hurricane. So there's that. Just check the weather reports as moving day approaches to make sure you won't face any of these hassles. And you might want to just keep the habit of staying updated on the local weather after you move here, you know, so you can dress accordingly.

If you don't have a car, there is ample bus and train service available between Absecon and Atlantic City. Most of the Absecon apartment rentals, condos and townhouses use natural gas furnaces (there are very few with electric heaters), so if you move during the wintertime, you might need assistance lighting the pilot light. The local utility company will usually send someone out to light it for you at no charge, or you can just ask the technicians when they arrive to turn on your gas service.

Absecon's premier apartments and condo rentals can be both hard to find and hard to afford, but you can often find reasonably priced one bedroom apartments. Occasionally, all utilities paid apartments and townhouses are also available.

Moving to Absecon
+

Absecon is filled with Atlantic City workers who make the simple, 11-minute trip each day to get away from the hectic tourist atmosphere of the casinos and resorts. This makes property extremely valuable here, but there are still several desirable places to rent in Absecon. Try to move during the spring or fall, as the summers here are crowded and the winters are quite cold, either of which can make a move less than pleasant.

Absecon has 33% fewer tornadoes and 97% less earthquake activity than the rest of the nation. And now for the less than stellar news: it does occasionally get hit by severe storms, flooding, blizzards and the stray hurricane. So there's that. Just check the weather reports as moving day approaches to make sure you won't face any of these hassles. And you might want to just keep the habit of staying updated on the local weather after you move here, you know, so you can dress accordingly.

If you don't have a car, there is ample bus and train service available between Absecon and Atlantic City. Most of the Absecon apartment rentals, condos and townhouses use natural gas furnaces (there are very few with electric heaters), so if you move during the wintertime, you might need assistance lighting the pilot light. The local utility company will usually send someone out to light it for you at no charge, or you can just ask the technicians when they arrive to turn on your gas service.

Absecon's premier apartments and condo rentals can be both hard to find and hard to afford, but you can often find reasonably priced one bedroom apartments. Occasionally, all utilities paid apartments and townhouses are also available.

Neighborhoods of Absecon

Absecon can be divided into a few different neighborhoods for you to choose from, but neither is worse than the other. Either way, you're going to love living here.

Bay Colony: Many of the neighborhoods of Absecon are pretty nice, such as Bay Colony. Here you can find condo and townhouse rentals most of the time. Just expect to pay an arm and maybe a leg, unless you want a studio apartment or a small one bedroom unit.

Victoria Crossing: This community features a neighborhood watch program that should help you sleep a little sounder at night, unless the neighbor's dog just loves to bark!

Victoria Estates: This area also has a Neighborhood Watch program, as well as a neighborhood association. Home rentals run a little higher here since landlords have to recoup those HOA fees. But the lack of weeds is worth it!

Victoria Pointe: Perhaps you're sensing a theme? Yes, there are lots of communities in Absecon using the name Victoria. Victoria Pointe is another nice community with a neighborhood association and a Neighborhood Watch program. It isn't always easy to find rental properties in the pricier sections of Absecon, but when available, they are generally luxurious.

Village at Harding's Run: In addition to a neighborhood association, Village at Harding's Run offers a clubhouse for residents to enjoy. Again, most people here own their homes and it can be difficult to snag a rental property.

Neighborhoods of Absecon
+

Absecon can be divided into a few different neighborhoods for you to choose from, but neither is worse than the other. Either way, you're going to love living here.

Bay Colony: Many of the neighborhoods of Absecon are pretty nice, such as Bay Colony. Here you can find condo and townhouse rentals most of the time. Just expect to pay an arm and maybe a leg, unless you want a studio apartment or a small one bedroom unit.

Victoria Crossing: This community features a neighborhood watch program that should help you sleep a little sounder at night, unless the neighbor's dog just loves to bark!

Victoria Estates: This area also has a Neighborhood Watch program, as well as a neighborhood association. Home rentals run a little higher here since landlords have to recoup those HOA fees. But the lack of weeds is worth it!

Victoria Pointe: Perhaps you're sensing a theme? Yes, there are lots of communities in Absecon using the name Victoria. Victoria Pointe is another nice community with a neighborhood association and a Neighborhood Watch program. It isn't always easy to find rental properties in the pricier sections of Absecon, but when available, they are generally luxurious.

Village at Harding's Run: In addition to a neighborhood association, Village at Harding's Run offers a clubhouse for residents to enjoy. Again, most people here own their homes and it can be difficult to snag a rental property.

Living in Absecon

One of the most popular summer activities in Absecon is shopping at farmer's markets. Most of the communities have organized farmer's markets and offer a variety of arts and crafts, fresh locally-grown vegetables and fruits, cheeses, maple syrup (this syrup is nothing like you get in the grocery store!), and fresh herbs.

There are a couple of parks in Absecon, too, including GreenAcresPark and HeritagePark. One of the most interesting shops in the town is the Candle and Christmas Shoppe, which is worth a visit for nothing else but the smell. New Jersey is also the diner capital of the world, so it's always convenient to grab a sandwich and soda when you're out and about. Some of the most popular eateries in Absecon are Vic's Subs, Seaview's and China Sea of Absecon.

Sailing is another popular activity during Absecon summers, and charters are available if you don't happen to own your own boat. The community also has a library, and you'll soon learn that New Jersey has the highest per capita number of shopping malls in the world and more racehorses than the entire (much larger) state of Kentucky.

You can expect your neighbors to be well educated, which is usually something to be impressed with. There are a lot of wonderful education opportunities that surround the local area. That certainly isn't a bad thing!

There is no shortage of jobs in the area, either. The most prominent industries in the area are food and accommodation services (in all those casino resorts in Atlantic City), the arts and entertainment industry, retail sales and administrative support, construction (somebody's got to build all those resorts), public administration (New Jersey is one of the most heavily regulated states in the country, and has the highest tax rate, too), health care, science and technology. The average commute time is about 17 minutes.

Absecon enjoys lower than the national crime rate, but the air quality is just average, and the poverty level is near the national level, at 10%. Residents depend mostly on the television and radio stations of Pleasantville and Atlantic for news, weather, sports and entertainment. But perhaps most important of all is the fact that the area offers 86 grocery stores, 24 gas stations, two supercenters and 311 full-service restaurants. And then of course it's only a short drive to the bright and shiny attractions available in Atlantic City!

Living in Absecon
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One of the most popular summer activities in Absecon is shopping at farmer's markets. Most of the communities have organized farmer's markets and offer a variety of arts and crafts, fresh locally-grown vegetables and fruits, cheeses, maple syrup (this syrup is nothing like you get in the grocery store!), and fresh herbs.

There are a couple of parks in Absecon, too, including GreenAcresPark and HeritagePark. One of the most interesting shops in the town is the Candle and Christmas Shoppe, which is worth a visit for nothing else but the smell. New Jersey is also the diner capital of the world, so it's always convenient to grab a sandwich and soda when you're out and about. Some of the most popular eateries in Absecon are Vic's Subs, Seaview's and China Sea of Absecon.

Sailing is another popular activity during Absecon summers, and charters are available if you don't happen to own your own boat. The community also has a library, and you'll soon learn that New Jersey has the highest per capita number of shopping malls in the world and more racehorses than the entire (much larger) state of Kentucky.

You can expect your neighbors to be well educated, which is usually something to be impressed with. There are a lot of wonderful education opportunities that surround the local area. That certainly isn't a bad thing!

There is no shortage of jobs in the area, either. The most prominent industries in the area are food and accommodation services (in all those casino resorts in Atlantic City), the arts and entertainment industry, retail sales and administrative support, construction (somebody's got to build all those resorts), public administration (New Jersey is one of the most heavily regulated states in the country, and has the highest tax rate, too), health care, science and technology. The average commute time is about 17 minutes.

Absecon enjoys lower than the national crime rate, but the air quality is just average, and the poverty level is near the national level, at 10%. Residents depend mostly on the television and radio stations of Pleasantville and Atlantic for news, weather, sports and entertainment. But perhaps most important of all is the fact that the area offers 86 grocery stores, 24 gas stations, two supercenters and 311 full-service restaurants. And then of course it's only a short drive to the bright and shiny attractions available in Atlantic City!