OCEANFRONT magic awaits a discerning buyer to enjoy the magic of LBI. Panoramic views of the ocean and bay from both a balcony and rooftop deck. Annual rental income of $90,000 in 2017.
BAYFRONT ESTATE in Loveladies. Private beach. Priced at $3.3 Million. Paradise at the beach awaits. This property is offered by one of LBI's leading real estate firms. My goal is to find a buyer for this DREAM HOME.
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Oceanfront, Bayfront, Lagoon, Inland Properties. I can help you find your Dream Home.
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I provide my clients with concierge services covering listings, buyer representation, new construction and rentals. I bring a unique set of skills to help my clients realize their dreams. I have an Executive MBA from Rutgers University and am certified in the Harvard Negotiation Process. I draw on my experiences to deliver results
I'm a published author. You can find my articles about LBI in TheSandPaper. I have placed articles in New York Newspapers, The Huffington Post, and have a 5 Star Novel on Amazon
I volunteer through the Barnegat Bay Partnership and ReClam The Bay to build oyster reefs and grow shellfish. I'm a certified master shellfish gardener. I am also a founding member of the Billion Oyster Project in New York. This project will place over 1 billion oysters into NY Harbor by 2035 to filter and recycle the waterway every 72 hours