Vj, Other/Just Looking in New Jersey

Why are there so many houses for sale in Bayville, NJ? Are they related to environmental problems?

Asked by Vj, New Jersey Sat Sep 22, 2007

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Hi,
To give you an idea of how Bayville stacks up against a few other towns, here are a few stats per the Monmouth/Ocean MLS as of Sept 21, 2007.

Bayville (section of Berkeley) - Active 218 Under Contract 21
Stafford - Active 335 Under Contract 31
Middletown - Active 448 Uncer Contract 84

The link below will take you to the NJ Dept of Environmental Protection. It has a search button, as well as menus that will allow you to search topics and towns.
http://www.state.nj.us/dep/
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Deborah Madey, Real Estate Pro in Brick, NJ
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The house is in Bayville, New York not New Jersey. There are no environmental problems. It is located in the North Shore and is surrounded by the LI Sound and Oyster Bay Harbor.
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You are not alone.They is a lot of inventory and certain issues do have an impact,however there are different concerns in all areas.When the economy gets better .Everything will get better
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You are not alone.They is a lot of inventory and certain issues do have an impact,however there are different concerns in all areas.When the economy gets better .Everything will get better
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Hi VJ,
As Deborah showed you from the statistics there are a lot of homes for sale in many towns in NJ. Buyers have a lot of selections to choose from. If you need help finding a home in Monmouth or Ocean County please feel free to contact me.
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Hi VJ, there are a lot of houses for sale everywhere so that might be the reason there are a lot of houses for sale in Bayville.
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