New Construction And The Long Beach Island Real Estate Market

Dated: 08/04/2016

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New Construction and the Long Beach Island Real Estate Market

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Building a new home has to conform to not only the local Long Beach Island town rules but also to the current FEMA guidelines. The rules and regulations for the local municipalities of Long Beach Island will vary so it is best to specifically discuss a project to determine what can and what cannot be done with a specific site. For example, Long Beach Township allows for 33.3% lot coverage for the footprint of a home (which will be comprised of living space and decks) assuming you meet the setback requirements. Beach Haven and Harvey Cedars mandate that living space not exceed 50% of the total lot size but are less restrictive on the deck guidelines.

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