Nathan Colmer

Van Dyk Group

The Jersey Shore's Premier Real Estate Website. Serving Ocean County

About Nathan Colmer

LBI Office
12800 Long Beach Blvd Beach Haven Terrace NJ 08008

I have lived on LBI my entire life and am actually the 4th generation in my family to do so. This have given me a deep knowledge base of the area that many others lack. My career in real estate has been full time for about 14 years and I am one of the top agents on LBI, something many people claim but I can actually back it up with sales data. You can visit my website www.BuyLBI.com which is perhaps my best testimony. This is a massive website that I myself created and maintain with updates about the market, sales information and relevant topics such as flood insurance and new construction. If you browse my site you will find an answer to almost any question you have and I can assure you all that information and content was created by me based on my experience. I would love the opportunity to be considered as your agent when you are ready to meet face to face or speak on the phone. You can call, text or email me anytime and I will always answer!

Latest Blog Posts

Town Wide Yard Sale In Surf City

Saturday, September 5, from 8:00 am to 6:00 pm marks the day and time of the next Surf City town wide yard sale.........you can get a printed list of all the participating homes by going to www

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Buying A Tear Down Home Or Building Lot On Long Beach Island New Jersey

There are very few empty building lots left on Long Beach Island; in today's market, the majority of new construction on LBI occurs when an older home is purchased as a teardown, then replaced with

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Is A Brand New Construction LBI Long Beach Island Home Right For You

Do you want a home that you have helped design that fits your family's needs? Perhaps having an energy efficiency home to reduce cost is why you want to do this? How about having an instant equity

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Buyers Are Waiving Contingencies To Sweeten Their Offers

what do you think about this?The pandemic and high unemployment rate haven't slowed the housing market. With home buyers facing heightened competition this summer for a limited number of homes for

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