Forgotten Coast Real Estate

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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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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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July Sales in Review | Forgotten Coast

July was a steady month for real estate sales on the Forgotten Coast with 74 single family homes closed and 114 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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June Sales in Review | Forgotten Coast

June was a busy month for real estate sales on the Forgotten Coast with 85 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. Port St. Joe had the highest number of closings […] Read More

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May Sales in Review | Forgotten Coast

Real estate closings in the Forgotten Coast market remained steady during May 2020 while contracts experienced a resurgence of activity after the stall from the onset of the pandemic. There were 33 single family homes closed and 105 pending or contingent properties (up from 50 in April) across the key communities of Apalachicola, Cape San […] Read More

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Discover Old Florida at its Finest | SummerCamp Beach

Imagine balmy Florida evenings spent chasing the elusive ghost crabs on the sand, the only other “creature” you may encounter on your nightly walk. Weekend trips inshore to find trout, redfish and flounder or offshore for Spanish mackerel, cobia or even tarpon to serve fresh on your dinner table in the days to come. Your […] Read More

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April Sales in Review | Forgotten Coast

April 2020 real estate sales in the Forgotten Coast market were slowed by the coronavirus pandemic but not stalled. There were 29 single family homes closed and 50 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. Mexico […] Read More

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March Sales in Review | Forgotten Coast

March 2020 will forever be marked by the onset of COVID-19 yet despite the widespread national economic impacts from the virus, our market still experienced activity with consistent closings and new contracts. There were 46 single family homes closed and 52 pending or contingent properties across the key communities of Apalachicola, Cape San Blas/Indian Pass, […] Read More

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Here for You Now | Stay-At-Home Florida, COVID-19 and Real Estate

While Spring Break 2020 hasn’t been filled with sunny beach days, prospective homebuyers touring homes and festive events, it has revealed the true spirit of our community and our commitment to work together for the best possible outcome. In the wake of COVID-19 and official orders from Florida Governor Ron DeSantis for all Floridians to […] Read More