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Concerns About Future Storms on Long Beach Island

Hurricanes and Flooding on Long Beach Island

Hurricanes and Flooding on Long Beach Island

Hurricane Sandy and the LBI Real Estate Market

Hurricane Sandy made landfall on Long Beach Island at the end of October 2012. The storm was massive in size and impact that LBI at a full moon and at high tide. In other words, Hurricane Sandy could not have picked a worse time to make landfall. The damage caused to Long Beach Island was significant and for the first time in recent memory raised concerns hurricanes and flooding on Long Beach Island. Concerns about future storms are indeed valid and they should be understood and recognized by anyone looking to buy or sell a home in the LBI real estate market.

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Nathan Colmer

LBI Office 12800 Long Beach Blvd Beach Haven Terrace NJ 08008 I have lived on LBI my entire life and am actually the 4th generation in my family to do so. This have given me a deep knowledge base ....

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