Understanding The Void Between Renovated And NonRenovated Homes In The Long Beach Island Real Estate

Dated: 01/26/2015

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Long Beach Island Real Estate

Since Hurricane Sandy made landfall on Long Beach Island at the end of October 2012, the face of Long Beach Island has been changing. New construction can be found on almost every Street, and even the majority of older Cape Cod style homes and single level ranches have been renovated. This benefits the Long Beach Island real estate market in a number of ways. Overall, this improvement has helped to raise property values in the area and safeguard LBI against future storms. It is important for both buyers and sellers to understand New & Used Homes in the LBI Real Estate Market and how this will impact the property values.

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Understanding the Void Between Renovated and Non-Renovated Homes in the Long Beach Island Real Estate Market


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