Many Long Islander’s who grew up here and loved living here, made the decision to leave the Island. However, now more and more native Long Islander’s are coming back home!
They miss family, they miss the great school districts, they miss the fine restaurants and the supreme shopping outlets. They long for our four seasons and great Long Island beaches. They loved the golfing, fishing, sporting events and concerts. They miss the closeness to the City and Broadway Shows. The amazing cultural attractions, parks and museums are here. They loved the winery tours, the pumpkin picking and the fun of sled riding. There are an endless list of reasons they are relocating back to Long Island.
You know you’ve been wanting to come back to the appeal of Long Island, your home. Moving back is easier than you think. For those 55 and over active adults, we have communities here for you. There are also non-age restricted condo communities and the housing market has really changed. There are better opportunities here now then before you left.
Long Island is your place, your home, the place you really want to live!
Call LARRY AND SHEILA Realtors. We are familiar with all the 55 and over active adult communities here on Long Island and have access to all the data of all the homes for sale here, whether our listing or any other company. Call us at 631-805-4400 and COME BACK HOME TO YOUR LONG ISLAND!
LARRY & SHEILA can sell you a home on Long Island. Perhaps you are thinking about selling your present home here on Long Island and would like to list it with LARRY AND SHEILA . We can feature it on our popular websites, so give us a call at 631-805-4400. Ask your friends and neighbors about us. If you’re relocating to Long Island, we are Certified Relocation Specialists!
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