Tear Downs On Long Beach Island

Dated: 05/06/2014

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Buying a Tear Down or Vacant Land on Long Beach Island

There are many local zoning laws and setback requirements you must be aware of before attempting to purchase a "tear down" property. Lot size is important, but so is the distance between neighboring structures, distance to the water (bayfront and oceanfront must adhere to CAFRA), and local laws.  You can build a footprint of +/- 33% of the lot with normal setbacks. Therefore, a 50x100 (5,000 sq. foot) lot will allow for a 1,650 sq. foot footprint (5,000 x 33% = 1,650). This footprint can be doubled to allow for the second floor.

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