If you’re thinking about a move to Fairfield, New Jersey, there are plenty of real estate options for you in this suburban town. Like many other areas in the U.S., Fairfield has several homes available on the market right now, so it’s a great time to find your dream home.

Since Fairfield is a relatively affluent area, household incomes average around $94,000 per year for most residents. Home prices are also fairly high, ranging from $99,000 to over $1 million, but most home values average around $500,000. Most of the properties are multi-story single family residences, but there are also a few condos and business properties on the market.

Fairfield reported a population of just over 7,000 in 2010 and the township has two public schools: Adlai E. Stevenson School, which serves students from pre-kindergarten through third grade, and Winston S. Churchill Upper Elementary School, which serves children from the fourth grade through the sixth. The Gramon School, a private school for middle and high school-aged students, is also located in Fairfield. Public high school students in Fairfield attend classes at West Essex High School in nearby Caldwell Township.

For more information on Fairfield visit their official town web site at: FairfieldNJ.org