February 2014 Beach Haven West Real Estate Market Update

Dated: March 7 2014

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February 2014 showed continued strong activity in the Beach Haven West real estate market. The impact of Hurricane Sandy is still being felt as storm damaged homes still play a major role in the Beach Haven West and Southern Ocean County real estate market but home prices have been improving and with all the new construction taking place, home prices are almost surely set to increase! The overall condition of the Stafford Township real estate market has been doing well and with the major investments being made to the area, the signs are very positive for the local economy.Click here to search all homes for sale in the Southern Ocean County real estate market

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