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April Sales in Review | Forgotten Coast

Sales continued to rise in the Forgotten Coast real estate market during April in the key communities of Apalachicola, Cape San Blas/Indian Pass, Carrabelle, Mexico Beach/St. Joe Beach, Port St. Joe, and St. George Island with continued activity in new contracts. There were 82 properties closed during the month with 159 properties currently under contract. […] Read More

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Calling All Anglers! The Bayou Bash 2021

Love to fish? The Bayou Bash 2021 is back and better than ever! Sponsored by the Swivel Sisters Women’s Fishing Club of Port St. Joe, the Bayou Bash Tournament is a free Forgotten Coast event scheduled for May 1st with raffles, the famous mullet toss, and of course FISHING! Also new this year is the […] Read More

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February Sales in Review | Forgotten Coast

February is continuing the trend of surging sales in 2021 with a consistently active real estate market in the key communities of Apalachicola, Cape San Blas/Indian Pass, Carrabelle, Mexico Beach/St. Joe Beach, Port St. Joe, and St. George Island. There were 50 properties closed last month, and 120 properties are currently under contract. St. George […] Read More

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January Sales in Review | Forgotten Coast

2021 is off to an exciting start for the Forgotten Coast real estate market with pending sales up in most of the key communities of Apalachicola, Cape San Blas/Indian Pass, Carrabelle, Mexico Beach/St. Joe Beach, Port St. Joe and St. George Island during January. There were 37 properties closed last month, and 114 properties are […] Read More

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November Sales in Review | Forgotten Coast

November in the Forgotten Coast real estate market was strong and steady with 58 single family homes closed and 99 pending or contingent properties across the key communities of Apalachicola, Cape San Blas/Indian Pass, Carrabelle, Mexico Beach/St. Joe Beach, Port St. Joe and St. George Island. Cape San Blas/Indian Pass had the highest number of […] Read More

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October Sales in Review | Forgotten Coast

October was another great month for the Forgotten Coast real estate market with 83 single family homes closed and 104 pending or contingent properties across the key communities of Apalachicola, Cape San Blas/Indian Pass, Carrabelle, Mexico Beach/St. Joe Beach, Port St. Joe and St. George Island. St. George Island had the highest number of transactions […] Read More

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September Sales in Review | Forgotten Coast

The Forgotten Coast real estate market continued to be active during September with 83 single family homes closed and 111 pending or contingent properties across the key communities of Apalachicola, Cape San Blas/Indian Pass, Carrabelle, Mexico Beach/St. Joe Beach, Port St. Joe and St. George Island. Port St. Joe had the highest number of transactions […] Read More

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The Forgotten Coast Loves Your Furry Family

Dogs may be man’s best friend, but it is not always easy to bring your best friend to the beach. On the Forgotten Coast, this is far from true! Our beaches and towns are pet-friendly and bringing your pooch along is encouraged, with proper precaution and consideration of others. Read on for the top things […] Read More

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August Sales in Review | Forgotten Coast

Real estate sales were HOT in August on the Forgotten Coast with 72 single family homes closed and 126 pending or contingent properties across the key communities of Apalachicola, Cape San Blas/Indian Pass, Carrabelle, Mexico Beach/St. Joe Beach, Port St. Joe and St. George Island. St. George Island had the highest number of transactions for the […] Read More

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Got Scallops? Experience Natural Florida on the Forgotten Coast

One of Florida’s favorite pastimes, scalloping is a fantastic way to experience the raw beauty of the bays of Northwest Florida’s Forgotten Coast while also gathering the star ingredient for a fresh Gulf Coast feast. With no commercial harvest of bay scallops permitted in Florida, it’s also the only way to bring this coastal delicacy […] Read More