Long Beach Island And Hurricane Sandy

Dated: 05/06/2014

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Superstorm Sandy and LBI

Hurricane Sandy made landfall on Long Beach Island at the end of October 2012. Even though the storm has passed and Long Beach Island has fully recovered, the impact of Hurricane Sandy is still relevant to buying a home on Long Beach Island.Hurricane Sandy has raised awareness regarding flood insurance rates and the elevations of homes on LBI. The storm has also created new situations to be aware of for home inspections and repaired damage. Hurricane Sandy has created a number of building opportunities for new construction, which can often be the best investment in the LBI real estate market! It is important to understand the changes to LBI before buying a home, as failing to understand the current market can lead to a costly mistake or a missed opportunity!


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