Learn the Value of Cumberland County Homes
In 1748, Cumberland County was created from parts of Salem County and named for Prince William, Duke of Cumberland. There are over 155,000 residents across its 677.62 square miles that make up approximately 52,000 households with access to over 56,000 housing units throughout 14 municipalities. If you need to discover how much a house is worth, order a Cumberland County Real Estate CMA Home Value Report for any house near the areas of Bridgeton, Millville, Vineland, Shiloh, Commercial, Deerfield, Downe, Fairfield, Greenwich, Hopewell, Lawrence, Maurice River, Pittsgrove, Stow Creek, Upper Deerfield, Cedarville, Fairton, Laurel Lake, Olivet, Port Norris, Rosenhayn, and Seabrook Farms.
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In addition to the more popular cities, we sometimes provide our services to suburban and rural areas like Bowentown, Brotmanville, Buckshutem, Cohansey, Cumberland, Deerfield, Delmont, Dividing Creek, Dorchester, Dragston, Fortescue, Fries Mill, Garrison Corner, Haleyville, Heislerville, Hesstown, Jericho, Kernan Corner, Leesburg, Manumuskin, Marlboro, Mauricetown, Newport, Norma, North Port Norris, Port Elizabeth, Roadstown, Sea Breeze, Seabrook, and Springtown.
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