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Cape San Blas Real Estate Market Week In Review - August 23-29, 2008 - 08/30/08 02:38 PM
It's Labor Day Weekend, the last hurrah of the busy tourist season here and by the looks of the parking lot at Scallop Cove this morning there are a lot of folks hoping to catch a few more rays and a few more fish and scallops before heading back to school for the year. Snagging a piece of real estate doesn't seem to have been on many minds, though, as our inventory is only down by one this week, stalled out at 449, with 178 homes and 271 lots listed in the MLS for Cape San Blas, Indian Pass and the C-30 (0 comments)
Cape San Blas Real Estate Market Week In Review - August 16-22, 2008 - 08/23/08 10:47 AM
Fay has dominated the scene for more than a week now as she's made her agonizingly slow and meandering path to the panhandle. We're all just ready for her to be gone. As I'm writing this on Saturday morning we've only had about 3 inches of, rain so far, but the heavy stuff is supposed to hit us late this afternoon or this evening. Fay didn't slow down the real estate market all that much as we managed to come up with one sale and one new contract. We end the week with our inventory down by six to 450, with two (0 comments)
Cape San Blas Real Estate Market Week In Review, August 9-15, 2008 - 08/17/08 06:54 AM
It's been a rainy, soggy week along the Forgotten Coast, and with Miss Fay cruising through the Caribean this morning it looks as if we're in for yet another rainy week. The rain didn't dampen interest in people looking for coastal real estate, though, as we have three new contracts, one closed sale, seven new listings, thirteen price changes and nine expired unsold. Once again our one sale is a Barrier Dunes townhouse, this one a 3-bedroom, 3-bath interior unit back by the state park, built in 2005. The sellers paid $408,000 for it in September 2005, listed it (1 comments)
Cape San Blas Real Estate Market Week In Review, August 2-8, 2008 - 08/09/08 11:33 AM
The kids started heading back to school this week in North Florida and Georgia so it was a bit quieter around here with a noticeable dip in the amount of visitors out and about. Quieter on the market side as well, with only one sale and no new contracts, twelve new listings, nine new price tags, and eleven expired unsold. Small up-tick in the inventory, coming in with three more lots this week, 277 lots and 178 homes, for a total inventory of 455 MLS active listings between Cape San Blas, Indian Pass and the C-30 Corridor. Our solo (0 comments)
Cape San Blas Real Estate Market Week In Review, July 26 - August 1, 2008 - 08/02/08 02:16 PM
It's been the busiest week in real estate we've had since I started this blog almost a full year ago so we're just going to jump right in and get started, because there's a lot of territory to cover. Yes! 'bout time. The total inventory of active listings in the MLS is down 3 to 452 in all, with 178 homes and 274 lots. The big news is we have a one-week record six new contracts, two sales, thirteen new listings, eighteen listings sporting new price tags, and seven expired unsold. Our two sales have a lot in common: both are interior lots, under $95,000 and (0 comments)
Ever wonder what’s the latest news from Cape San Blas? I know I did before I was able to move here full time in 1994.
I’ve set up this blog to be your eyes and ears on the Cape to keep you up-to-date on the latest happenings in real estate, local issues, and maybe even a smidgen of gossip from time to time. Feel free to let me know if there are specific issues you’d like me to address or if you have suggestions for improving this blog.
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