Budgeting For Renovations In The Long Beach Island Real Estate Market

Dated: 06/11/2015

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Long Beach Island Real Estate

Hurricane Sandy forced some significant changes to the Long Beach Island real estate market. With such widespread damage, many homeowners were forced to renovate, raise, rebuild, or simply sell and walk away from their homes. While the process was difficult for many, the end results were very positive. These new, and rebuilt homes are more storm ready and will be better able to withstand future hurricanes. Even though Hurricane Sandy has passed, many homeowners on Long Beach Island are still faced with the question of whether they should renovate, rebuild or sell in the LBI real estate market, even if their home suffered no damage from Hurricane Sandy.

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Renovate, Rebuild or Sell in the LBI Real Estate Market


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