Short Sales In The Lbi Nj Real Estate Market On Long Beach Island New Jersey

Dated: 11/01/2013

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Short Sales on Long Beach Island NJ

More and more buyers look to begin their LBI real estate search by asking about short sales and foreclosures on Long Beach Island NJ. LBI short sales do exist and to help those looking only at distressed properties, I have created a page dedicated to short sales and foreclosures on Long Beach Island. However it may not be in your best interest to look only at distressed properties in the LBI real estate market! Compared to national markets, Long Beach Island has a very low number of distressed real estate listings-in fact there are only about 60-80 properties on LBI that are listed in the tax records as being distressed! Therefore, limiting your search to only short sales can limit your options in the LBI real estate market.

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