Summer Rentals On LBI NJ And Hurricane Sandy

Dated: 10/05/2013

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Long Beach Island NJ and Hurricane Sandy

Hurricane Sandy, which impacted the Long Beach Island New Jersey area at the end of October 2012, caused widespread damage to the LBI area. The amount of damage created by Hurricane Sandy left many wondering what the future of Long Beach Island and the LBI real estate market would look like. The good news is, by the start of Summer 2013 the vast majority of homes and businesses on Long Beach Island were up and running! Construction crews worked with local and federal agencies to restore Long Beach Island and make Summer 2013 as close to “business as usual” as possible. One of the key measures of this success can be found in the Summer 2013 Rental Season on Long Beach Island NJ.

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