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Prices rise slightly as spring stabilization hits real estate market

June 11th, 2024 · Comments Off on Prices rise slightly as spring stabilization hits real estate market

Have buyers finally had enough of the crazy high housing market? That is the question presented by the Northeast Florida Association of Realtors market statistics for May.

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Summer housing market expected to be fruitful for both buyers and sellers

May 15th, 2024 · Comments Off on Summer housing market expected to be fruitful for both buyers and sellers

More single-family homes are being listed in Northeast Florida, which may be a solid indication that this summer’s housing market will be fruitful for both buyers and sellers.

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Selling season underway in Northeast Florida

April 11th, 2024 · Comments Off on Selling season underway in Northeast Florida

The “selling season” in Northeast Florida has arrived, albeit a bit early this year. For single-family homes, prices are up, active inventory is up, new listings are up, and so is the median number of days on the market. There …

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Winter turns to spring in Northeast Florida housing market

March 11th, 2024 · Comments Off on Winter turns to spring in Northeast Florida housing market

When it comes to the Northeast Florida housing market, February’s looked more like the spring buying season than winter. Closed sales were up, median sales price was up, and the list prices received were up – more typical of the …

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Increase in housing inventory is a good sign for buyers

February 8th, 2024 · Comments Off on Increase in housing inventory is a good sign for buyers

After several years of upheaval in the Northeast Florida Housing Market, January 2024’s market statistics seem to indicate a return to normalcy.

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