SELLING A HOME IN THE LBI NJ REAL ESTATE MARKET AFTER HURRICANE SANDY

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HURRICANE SANDY LISTING PROCEDURES AND LONG BEACH ISLAND REAL ESTATE

Hurricane Sandy and the Long Beach Island Real Estate Market

Hurricane Sandy, which made landfall on Long Beach Island at the end of October 2012, caused major damage to LBI and continues to be a major factor in determining the value of homes in the LBI real estate market. Concerns about flood insurance and storm damage are on every buyers mind. Every home buyer in the Long Beach Island real estate market wants information regarding flood insurance before they consider an offer. Therefore, sellers should understand Hurricane Sandy Listing Procedures and Long Beach Island Real Estate market before selling their home.

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