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9th Annual Apalachicola Mardi Gras Barkus Parade

In Apalach, your furry friends are the stars of Mardi Gras! The Mystick Krewe of Salty Barkers has much planned for the 9th Annual Apalachicola Mardi Gras Barkus Parade set for Saturday, February 23rd at Riverfront Park. This year’s event features a theme of “Furry Tails Do Come True” and will celebrate the magic of fairy […] Read More

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December Sales in Review :: Forgotten Coast

The Forgotten Coast residential market continues to rebound from Hurricane Michael with 27 total homes sold and an increased number of homes going under contract for the month of December. The highest priced sale recorded during December was a $1.23 million Gulf view beach home on Cape San Blas while the highest priced sale in Apalachicola […] Read More

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It’s Almost Time! The 9th Annual Apalachicola Oyster Cook-Off

The Apalachicola Oyster Cook-Off is just around the corner, and we can’t wait to support the Apalachicola Volunteer Fire Department at one of our favorite Forgotten Coast weekends each year. Set for January 18th – 19th, 2019 at Riverfront Park, proceeds from the 9th edition of the cook-off will go towards paying for the fire […] Read More

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November Sales in Review :: Forgotten Coast

As the Forgotten Coast continues to recover from Hurricane Michael, affects can be seen on the real estate market in impacted areas although positive signs are also present as we move closer towards 2019. New contracts were up in nearly all major communities, and while sales were slow, a total of 13 properties closed on […] Read More

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Gulf Coast Strong :: A Community Comes Together

Light following the darkness. You’ve seen it on TV – it’s even worse firsthand – it is shocking and heartbreaking and yet amazing when you see neighbors and strangers coming together in ways you never thought possible. People who’ve lost EVERYTHING still smiling and lending a hand to one another. People traveling great distances to […] Read More

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Hurricane Michael :: How Can You Help?

Hurricane Michael has devastated the Northwest Florida Gulf Coast. While the 30A beaches were spared, our sister communities in Bay, Gulf and Franklin Counties were not. These beloved communities of Panama City, Mexico Beach, Port St. Joe, St. George Island and more that were affected by the storm are a part of our family – […] Read More

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Celebrate Gulf Seafood in Historic Apalachicola

Love Gulf seafood? Then the 55th Annual Florida Seafood Festival in the historic town of Apalachicola is the place to be! Florida’s oldest maritime festival returns to Apalachicola’s picturesque Battery Park to celebrate local seafood with delectable eats, area artists and craftsman, live music, demonstrations and more. There’s something for everyone at this family-friendly and […] Read More

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August Sales in Review :: Forgotten Coast

Sales along the Forgotten Coast remained steady during the month of August with nearly $16 million in single family home sales in the key markets of St. George Island, Apalachicola, Cape San Blas/Indian Pass, Port St. Joe and St. Joe Beach/Mexico Beach. St. Joe Beach/Mexico Beach recorded the most home sales for the month with 14 […] Read More

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July Sales in Review :: Forgotten Coast

July was another active month for Forgotten Coast real estate with over $18 million in single family home sales in the key markets of St. George Island, Apalachicola, Cape San Blas/Indian Pass, Port St. Joe and St. Joe Beach/Mexico Beach. St. George Island and St. Joe Beach/Mexico Beach tied for the most home sales during […] Read More

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June Sales in Review :: Forgotten Coast

Summer is a busy season with visitors making their way all along the Forgotten Coast, and the same can be seen within the local real estate market. St. Joe Beach and Mexico Beach recorded the most sales during the month of June with 12 homes closed while Cape San Blas earned both the highest sale […] Read More