If you are considering moving to Delran, NJ you may ask yourself “Is Delran NJ Safe?”. Even if you ask your real estate agent you may not get a clear answer. See, a real estate agent can only sell you a house, not a town or neighborhood. This might result in steering which is not allowed. The best they can do is give you a few tips and resources so you can find out for yourself.
So, is Delran NJ safe? According to Niche.com, Delran is #17 best places to live in Burlington County. At the time I write this Niche also lists Delran’s crimes well below the national average in violent and property crimes.
If you are concerned about sex offenders you can do a search here. It’s best to do as much research as possible prior to buying your new home in Delran.
Is Delran NJ Safe?
- Drive around the area where you’d like to purchase your home during the night time and check out how things look.
- Talk to the people in Delran. Ask a waitress or someone in line at the grocery store if they think it is safe.
- Knock on a neighbors door next to the home you’d like to purchase and inquire.
- Are there a lot of homes for sale around the area? That may raise an eyebrow.
I have grown up in Delran and currently live and work as a realtor here. Delran, along with its surrounding areas like Cinnaminson, Moorestown, Riverside, Palmyra, and Delanco, are my specialties. Is Delran NJ Safe? As a resident, I can say that I enjoy it around here and have never felt unsafe. If you are looking to buy a home in Delran, I’d love to help you. You can see the homes for sale in Delran here.
Please contact me at the information below. I’d love to assist you with all your real estate goals.
Charles “Jason” Bechtold, Realtor®
Call or Text: 732-306-7971
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