Hurricane Sandy And LBI Real Estate

Dated: 09/13/2013

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Hurricane Sandy and the Long Beach Island NJ Real Estate Market

Trends in the LBI Real Estate Market

Hurricane Sandy was without a doubt a major factor in the Long Beach Island area and the LBI real estate market as a whole. Apart from storm damaged homes being for sale in the LBI real estate market, both buyers and sellers must now contend with concerns such as:

  • flood insurance rates on LBI
  • house raising in the LBI real estate market
  • flood zones on Long Beach Island

If you are considering buying or selling in the LBI real estate market, it is important to understand how Hurricane Sandy and the LBI real estate market are related. To learn more about Hurricane Sandy and the LBI real estate market, visit the link below:

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