Long Beach Island Sales Continue Upward Inspite Of Sandy Slowdown

Dated: 10/05/2013

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Real estate news on Long Beach Island continues to improve from the post Sandy lows of last winter. Sales so far this year, island wide; as of Sept 26 are 190, with 136 of them occurring from May until now. Figures for January 2013 to May were only 56, showing the pause in the market to digest all the new insurance and building parameters. We are still under the 346 sold in 2012, but after a six month slowdown, for these figures to rebound this strongly, only show us that the market on LBI remains strong in vacation home sales; and as a tourist vacation destination. Check out this week’s updated sales numbers for year to date, by price, and my newest listing in Harvey Cedars under the Sellers Tab. Scroll down to the Hurricane Sandy Update for an insurance chart.  Under the LBI information is also more FEMA, and flood insurance updates. 
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Michael Krivacs

I grew up in Beach Haven on Long Beach Island and graduated from The American University with a BS in Business Administration. While in college I met my wife Holly. After school I worked as a Wage ....

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