Save Money In The LBI Real Estate Market And Buy A Smaller House

Dated: 11/01/2013

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Going Small on Long Beach Island!

There seems to be a trend developing in which home buyers are looking at smaller homes and condos on Long Beach Island NJ. As potential buyers are going small in the LBI NJ real estate market, that area of our market has begun to heat up! The LBI real estate market is full of smaller, more traditional Cape Cod style homes whose attractive price and amazing functionality have caught the eye of many buyers! There was an article recently published on how many home buyers are looking at smaller, more affordable homes rather than the larger, more expensive properties in which they cite a few key reasons as to why:
  • Building or purchase cost reductions-Lower initial costs means lower costs down the road.
  • Energy Efficiency-Less space to heat and cool
  • Maintenance economy-Less to take care of!
For more information about how to Save Money In The LBI Real Estate Market And Buy A Smaller House please visit the link below:
http://www.buylbi.com/lbirealestate/going-small-in-the-lbi-nj-real-estate-market/

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