Long Beach Island Real Estate Trends And Spray Beach Real Estate Updates

Dated: 05/07/2015

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Spray Beach Real Estate Transactions in the First Quarter of 2015

Long Beach Island Real Estate

The real estate market on Long Beach Island has been witnessing a period of improved activity and higher prices. Much of this has to do with the opportunities created by Hurricane Sandy which has enabled buyers and current residents the chance to renovate or build new on Long Beach Island. This coupled with the upgrades made to the infrastructure of LBI and the planned beach replenishment project have helped to increase buyer activity and buyer confidence. This is highly evident in the Spray Beach real estate market as Spray Beach Real Estate Transactions in the First Quarter of 2015 were substantially higher than 2014.

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Spray Beach Real Estate Transactions in the First Quarter of 2015

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Nathan Colmer

LBI Office 12800 Long Beach Blvd Beach Haven Terrace NJ 08008 I have lived on LBI my entire life and am actually the 4th generation in my family to do so. This have given me a deep knowledge base ....

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