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Test the Healing Power of Sea Water at the New Jersey Shore

New Jersey’s tourism sector contributed a little over $38 billion to the state’s GDP in 2016, having achieved seven consecutive years of growth in visitation and spending, according to figures published in Tourism Economics by The Oxford Economics Company.The report also revealed that a majority of the tourists to this fascinating state are attracted by the Jersey Shore area. Most tourists visit this region for casual walks along the beach at sunset, a bike ride on the boardwalk, thrilling nightlife, choices restaurants, range of bars for every budget, party boats and plenty more.

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Enjoy Mini Golf at the Jersey Shore on Your Next Vacation

Are you planning your next vacation? Have you considered the Jersey Shore? If you are done with all those high-tech arcade games and flashy thrill rides, it’s time for you try your hand at a new sport – miniature golf! No, don’t roll your eyes. The Jersey Shore is loaded with mini-golf courses that offer a great sporting experience for anyone who doesn’t want to spend their entire day walking outside!

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Feel Safe: A Lifeguard is Always Around at the New Jersey Shore

According to an article on, lifeguards from Monmouth County earned the top honor at the National Lifeguard Championship in Daytona Beach, FL, leaving behind nearly 1,000 lifeguards from around the country, for the second time in four years. The competition has been held by the United States Lifesaving Association (USLA) for the last 29 years.

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4 Reasons Bay Head is a Great Vacation Spot

Contributing a record $44.1 billion to the Garden State’s economy in 2016, representing a 2.9% increase from 2015, tourism increased for the 7th year in a row in New Jersey. The astounding $44.1 billion was generated from around 100 million visitors, who opted for New Jersey as their travel destination, accounting for 3.3% more travelers visiting the state as compared to 2015.

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Is it Worth Investing in Real Estate in Point Pleasant Beach?

The small borough of Point Pleasant Beach, located scenically along the shore in the state of New Jersey, boasts a population of 4,552 people and consists of only a single neighborhood. It is ranked #334 in New Jersey, in terms of the size of its community. So, why would this small community attract real estate investment? “Of important note, Point Pleasant Beach is also a borough of artists. Point Pleasant Beach has more artists, designers and people working in media than 90% of the communities in America. This concentration of artists helps shape Point Pleasant Beach’s character,” says Neighborhood Scout.

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New Jersey Shore Housing Trends after Hurricane Sandy

Jersy Shore Home

Storm waves cut across the barrier island at Mantoloking, NJ, eroding a wide beach, while depositing sand onto the island and into the back-bay, where many of the houses and roads just vanished. Not many years have passed since Hurricane Sandy devastated the Jersey shore and caused serious economic losses. Storm waves cut across the barrier island at Mantoloking, NJ, eroding the wide beach, while depositing sand all over the town and into the back-bay, where many of the houses and roads just vanished. Years after this devastating event, most of New Jersey’s seaside towns have entirely rebuilt their boardwalks and have created dunes to protect them from future storms. No matter what happens in the state of New Jersey, the shore area will remain an enduring popular destination, says FEMA. Continue reading

Real Estate Opportunities in Monmouth County, New Jersey

Monmouth County

The best place to invest in real estate is where prices are on the rise. This ensures that the property you invest in today would be worth much more in a few years. This is exactly what experts are predicting for Monmouth County. According to data published by Zillow, the median home value in Monmouth County increase 2.7% in 2016, and is expected to rise again in 2017 by an estimated 1.9%.

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