The real story behind Flagler County real estate.
by Toby Tobin | Contributing WriterRSS Feed
Until recently, the Palm Coast and Flagler County housing market followed a pattern of increasing sales, declining inventories and stagnant pricing.
It’s that time of year when conversations turn to property taxes, delinquencies, tax certificates, tax deeds and risk.
There is a big difference between real estate investors and speculators.
That marks the first month since April 2011 where year-over-year sales dipped.
As our thoughts turn from holidays to taxes, questions about Florida's homestead exemption and Save our Homes amendment begin to surface.
Rumors persist about a 3.8% sales tax to be imposed under President Obama's new health care law.
In January 2012, I said, “At the end of the year, we will look back and say, ‘Wow.’” By every measure, 2012 was better than the preceding year. And by many measures, it was the best in years.
If you've traveled A1A through Beverly Beach lately, you may have noticed that Sunset Inlet is coming out of the ground again.
There is no historic precedent for the current housing market.
The housing market picture is becoming clearer, and the news is good for the local economy and job picture.
About Toby Tobin | Contributing Writer
Don "Toby" Tobin, the publisher of GoToby.com, holds a state of Florida real estate sales license.
He is a member of the Flagler County Association of Realtors®, the Florida Association of Realtors, Flagler Home Builders Association and the National Association of Realtors. Toby is a graduate of the University of Rochester.
Contact Toby at 386-931-7124. Visit gotoby.com.
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