Long Beach Island Sales Market Continues To Climb

Dated: 07/29/2017

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Have you been wondering if this is the right time to buy or sell on LBI? Do you know how the sales market has been fairing?  


The following numbers compare the first 6 months of 2016 to the first 6 months of 2017 for single family homes on the south end of LBI.

Single Family Homes from Brant Beach to Holgate

First half statistics 2016-2017

Number of sales:  103 to 150; up 32%

Average SOLD price:  $941,365 to $1,072,550; up 12%

Average Days on the Market:  149 to 123; down 17%

Waterfront Sales on the Rise—12 in 2016 vs. 30 in 2017

New Construction—11 in 2016 vs. 22 in 2017

If you are looking for more detailed information on how this market may effect you, please contact me for a personal consultation.


Email - rob@vandykgroup.com

Cell - 609-618-6346

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Rob Romanowski

Cell: 609-618-6346 email: rob@vandykgroup.com I am a second generation Real Estate professional specializing in sales and vacation rentals on Long Beach Island and the surrounding communities. As....

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