: Little Egg Harbor Homes for Sale - Little Egg Harbor Housing Market Report - January, 2013

Little Egg Harbor Homes for Sale - Little Egg Harbor Housing Market Report - January, 2013

Asking prices for Little Egg Harbor Homes for sale took a dive in January.  I think that you will see this decrease in median sales, as storm ravaged homes come on the market.  This is a Jersey Shore investor paradise!

Activity Date: New
Under
Contract

Expired
Sold
Days on
Market
Median
Sold $
Jan 2013 44
31
39
31
120 $145,000


Look at the activity this time last year with homes for sale in Little Egg Harbor (2012)

Activity Date: New
Under
Contract

Expired
Sold
Days on
Market
Median
Sold $
Jan 2012 57
22
40
14
174 $165,750


While you might think waiting is a good idea for Jersey Shore investment properties, think again!

Call Little Egg Harbor REALTOR® Laura Giannotta at 609-384-6121 this IS THE TIME TO INVEST IN JERSEY SHORE PROPERTY. 

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Comment balloon 4 commentsLaura Giannotta • February 28 2013 05:20AM

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Good morning, Laura.....your inventory is going quickly.... potential buyers would be wise to act now....and sellers should call your for a home evaluation....you have a firm handle on the Little Egg Harbor market.....

Posted by Barbara Todaro, Previously Affiliated with The Todaro Team (RE/MAX Executive Realty - Retired ) over 7 years ago

Laura,  it is so interesting to read the stats for Jan. '12 & Jan.'13. Though the DOM are shorter for '13, they have the lesser $$$ amounts to deal with.  Must state however, with all the weather-related attacks you have suffered in your area, 2013 does seem to be actually picking up at tad.  Hope that you too are experiencing this same 'picking up ' in your business.
Take care.  Spring is coming sooner rather than later and so is Easter.

Barb 

Posted by Barb & Sal Dragotta, Macomb County Michigan over 7 years ago
Laura, My biggest concern is that many agents are listing properties that were severely damaged or condemned as Residential instead of land. They state in their remarks that it's a great location to build your new home. When these sell and the agents report them as sold it is going to drive the residential prices down substantially, especially in the Electronic Valuation Models. What are your thoughts? Maybe the BOR could post some suggestions to guide agents in the category these properties should be listed.
Posted by Bill and MaryAnn Wagner, Jersey Shore and South Jersey Real Estate (Wagner Real Estate Group) over 7 years ago

You raise an excellent point Bill.  I'm going to discuss this with the OCBR, do you know how Atlantic is handling this?

Posted by Laura Giannotta, Your Realtor Down the Shore! (Keller Williams Realty - Atlantic Shore ) over 7 years ago

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