Long Beach Island Real Estate Year Over Year Sales

Dated: 02/11/2019

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Long Beach Island Real Estate Year Over Year Sales

Long Beach Island Real Estate

The LBI real estate market has been seeing a strong period of growth with higher prices and higher activity. 2018 signaled a slow down in the number of home sales-the first since Hurricane Sandy. This begs the questions Do Year Over Year LBI Real Estate Sales Point To A Slow Market? The good news is there are still a number of positive indicators to point to a stable LBI real estate market but all buyers and sellers in the Long Beach Island should pay attention to the current market trends.


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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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