The real story behind Flagler County real estate.
by Toby Tobin | Contributing WriterRSS Feed
There were 208 single-family Flagler County homes sold (closed) through the Multiple Listing Service in May.
Investors who entered the real estate market during the early stages of the last decade’s bubble did well.
Not many are neutral on real estate developer Bobby Ginn.
Flagler’s real estate market has turned a corner.
Budget season will be upon us again before you know it, and the tax rate will be a hot topic ...
Flagler County February home sales were brisk, and it wasn’t only because of the extra day.
The number of homes sold and the total dollar value of transactions have been rising since 2008, but until prices begin to rise again, nobody will be convinced that the bottom is behind us.
Foreclosed property owners sometimes resort to desperate measures.
There are several different ways to measure the housing market.
Distressed sales (lender-owned via foreclosure or deed-in-lieu and short sales) comprised 55.6% of all Flagler County Multiple Listing Service home sales in December.
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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