Monthly Archives: February 2013

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The beach replenishment project scheduled even before Sandy has started at the North end of Ocean City. In its current state the project will improve the beach for a large portion of the island, but will leave the South End beaches untouched. There is hope that progress will be made on a South End replenishment project as part of future plans.

However, it is a neat project  to watch. From the picture you can see that they are using a lot of heavy machinery to move sand that is being pumped in from a large barge out in the ocean. The sand comes in as a  mixture of sand and water, and the sand is moved to the height determined by the project.

Will keep the project updated, looking forward to enjoying the beaches come this summer!

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2013

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The New Marr Agency Print Ad

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We wanted to share our new print ad for the OC Sentinel. Each week, the ad features four of our exclusive listings for sale. Each ad includes an exterior picture of the listing and a brief description of what makes the property unique. The old ad was in the Sentinel in black and white, so we are happy to have moved forward in the ads and into color. This is just one ingredient that is part of the Marr Agency Marketing Plan to get our properties sold!

 

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Rebuilding Rules from Governor Christie

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Governor Christie announced the new FEMA flood maps which will show the new rebuilding standards for new homes in New Jersey. They are the result of Hurricane Irene and Sandy, and will take effect in 18-24 months. The issue with the new standards is that they leave many people wondering if they should build to current standards or the future standards, considering the flood insurance implications being below the standard would have on new construction homes. It will be interesting to see this all play out, which will hopefully happen swiftly so that everyone can move on after Sandy.

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