Harvey Cedars is a resort town located on the northern end of beautiful Long Beach Island NJ. Harvey Cedars is its own municipality and as such has its own beach badge, police force and town hall. The area offers:
Harvey Cedars is a wonderful area of Long Beach Island and the center of commercial activity on the north end of Long Beach Island.
The Harvey Cedars NJ Real Estate market has remained active even in the wake of Hurricane Sandy. Sales volume lags behind those of the large towns such as Long Beach Township and Surf City, but given the size of Harvey Cedars, the area performs very well. Harvey Cedars
Harvey Cedars is located between North Beach and Loveladies on Long Beach Island. The unique name is said to have come from the abundant natural cedar trees which once occupied the area and from the locals knowing the area as, "Harvest Cedars". This name was later shortened to, "Harvey Cedars" which remains to this day. Harvey Cedars was the second township, after Surf City, to undergo a federal funded beach replenishment project which helped contribute to the area's success with Hurricane Sandy.
While Harvey Cedars fared well in Hurricane Sandy, there was damage to the area and the worries about flood insurance increases have not escaped the Harvey Cedars real estate market. Investment in the Long Beach Island real estate market requires a careful understanding of market trends and the LBI real estate market as a whole.