Single Family Home Sales In The Loveladies Real Estate Market On Long Beach Island

Dated: 06/09/2016

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Loveladies First Quarter Real Estate Sales in 2016


Loveladies First Quarter Real Estate Sales in 2016
Loveladies First Quarter Real Estate Sales in 2016

Long Beach Island NJ Real Estate

The single family home real estate market in Loveladies showed a significant decrease in activity in 2016 when compared to 2015. This goes against trends we see elsewhere in the LBI real estate market. With a general increase in activity and a higher average and median sales price elsewhere on LBI, it is important to remember that Loveladies is only one section of Long Beach Township. And Long Beach Township is just one section of Long Beach Island and therefore, it is not uncommon to see anomalies take place in such a small market sample. That said, Loveladies first-quarter real estate sales in 2016 are worthy of examination as well as an explanation of what caused such a decrease.

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