February 2014 Southern Ocean County Nj Real Estate Market

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February 2014 Southern Ocean County Real Estate Market Update

The Southern Ocean County real estate market saw some strong activity in February 2014. While the areas we serve include Stafford Township, Barnegat Township, Little Egg Harbor, Waretown, Tuckerton, Eagleswood and Long Beach Island, the February 2014 Southern Ocean County Real Estate Market Update below will exclude the LBI real estate market as including it in this monthly update can greatly skew the sales data. Overall, the sales data shows a good amount of activity, many homes under contact and a stable average sales price! Click here to search all homes for sale in the Southern Ocean County real estate market

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