Winter Trends In The Long Beach Island Real Estate Market On LBI

Dated: 03/19/2014

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Winter Seasonal Trends in the LBI NJ Real Estate Market

The winter on Long Beach Island can be a surprisingly busy time for home sales. Many home-buyers look for a property  during the winter months as there is ample time to search for, purchase and personalize a home before the summer season. The winter of 2013 and 2014 had some interesting activity that will have an impact on the spring real estate market.
  • There was substantial snow in North Jersey, New York and Pennsylvania and very cold temperatures
  • These weather patterns created a difficulty for many buyers looking to come to see homes in the LBI NJ real estate market
  • There should be a “pent up demand” for buyers in the LBI real estate market who were unable to visit LBI during the cold winter months
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