Changes To The Long Beach Island Real Estate Market After Hurricane Sandy

Dated: 03/20/2015

Views: 1774

Long Beach Island Real Estate

The Long Beach Island real estate market has experienced many changes since the impact of Hurricane Sandy the end of October 2012. Hurricane Sandy brought to light issues such as flood insurance, house raising, and the vulnerability of Long Beach Island to hurricanes. That said, there have been many positive results from Hurricane Sandy which have helped to strengthen the LBI real estate market and create a more storm ready community. In short, LBI real estate after Sandy is doing very well!

Click here to search all homes for sale in the Long Beach Island NJ real estate market


Changes to the Long Beach Island Real Estate Market after Hurricane Sandy


Image title


Latest Blog Posts

LBI IN SEPTEMBER

Do you want to know a secret? (oo wa oo) Do you promise not to tell? (*) Remember this is just between you and me. Coming to LBI in September can be the best time to visit. Why would I say that?

Read More

Plastic Bag Ban Ordinance Adopted In Beach Haven

The Beach Haven Borough Council has adopted an ordinance prohibiting businesses in the municipality from distributing single-use plastic carryout bags. At the Aug. 13 meeting, Mayor

Read More

The Winery Train Of New Jersey

  Did you know you can take an historic  train ride to one of New Jerseys most beautiful Wineries.  The train takes you on an hour and a half ride along the Delaware and then a short

Read More

Free Beach Movies

Looking for something fun to do with the family? Head on over to Point Pleasant for free movies on the beach.  Friday nights at dark in the summer, popular favorites will be played, like

Read More