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2022 ends with two different markets rolled into 12 short months

January 11th, 2023 · Comments Off on 2022 ends with two different markets rolled into 12 short months

“As we close out 2022 and move into 2023 the Northeast Florida real estate statistics continue to point to a stabilization of the market,” said Northeast Florida Association of REALTORS® President Mark Rosener.  “It certainly has been a year with

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Housing prices stabilize, reflecting the traditional seasonality of the market

December 13th, 2022 · Comments Off on Housing prices stabilize, reflecting the traditional seasonality of the market

With Christmas nearly here, the Northeast Florida housing market is acting more according to season as the year comes to an end.

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Housing prices drop yet Northeast Florida becomes less affordable

October 12th, 2022 · Comments Off on Housing prices drop yet Northeast Florida becomes less affordable

The Northeast Florida housing market continued to show a minor drop in prices in September. With the holidays on the horizon, a market slowdown in the fall is typical, but considering the historic heights that prices have risen during the …

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Higher mortgage rates begin to put brakes on housing market’s wild ride

July 12th, 2022 · Comments Off on Higher mortgage rates begin to put brakes on housing market’s wild ride

Although prices rose higher in June, there was tangible evidence that higher mortgage rates and inflation are beginning to put the brakes on the wild ride that Northeast Florida’s housing market has taken over the past two years.

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Jacksonville Joins Improving Housing Market List

January 11th, 2012 · Leave a Comment

Jacksonville appears on the National Association of Home Builders’ list of improving housing markets. The list now contains 76 improving markets, up from 41 in December, according to NAHB’s and First American’s Improving Markets Index. According to NAHB, Jacksonville is considered to be one of 76 cities showing signs of a rebound with their real estate market.

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What’s on the Horizon for the First Coast Economy?

August 18th, 2010 · Leave a Comment

It was all about jobs, housing, the port and the overall Jacksonville economy at the recent Cornerstone Business Development Standing Committee meeting.

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