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Mar 29 2019

Cape San Blas Real Estate Week in Review – March 23-29, 2019

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While some may sing “Raindrops on roses and whiskers on kittens” etc. to the tune of “My Favorite Things”, around here those lyrics go more like “Drywall and shingles and porches with railings, workers who show up on time without failing”. Nearly six months out from Michael the small talk at every social gathering remains centered around how is your home coming along? I attended a funeral this week and chatting with friends and family afterwards it was no different. There is a shared frustration of a seemingly endless need for repairs with a workforce overwhelmed by that demand. But while we’re slowly making progress, market demand for property remains strong. This week we had three closings and five new contracts. Sellers added nine new listings, but only made two price changes, yet another indicator of a strong market. Our inventory swelled by five, closing the week at 237, with 51 homes and 186 lots listed for sale in the Cape San Blas, Indian Pass and C-30 Corridor market.

Two of our three sales are in Monarch Beach starting off with this 51′ by 548′, 0.54-acre gulf front lot listed for $549,000. Platted in 2017, this little subdivision is located on the Cape just a bit south of Rish Park and Hibiscus Beach. It has modest annual HOA fees of only $250.The developer sold it on Monday for that full list price of $549,000.

The second Monarch Beach sale is this irregularly-shaped 0.15-acre first tier lot that went under contract earlier this month with a list price of $223,000. It, too, sold on Monday, but for less than list for $205,000.

Our third and final sale is a bay view lot in Treasure Bay on the east side of C-30. The half-acre lot is in an AE flood plane and measures 103′ by 217′. The seller bought it at the height of the real estate boom in 2004 for $120,000, had it listed for $29,500, and sold it for that full list price.

Now on to our five new contracts, the first two of which are in Barrier Dunes on the north end of the Cape, beginning with this pond-front, 2-bedroom, 2-1/2-bath, 1,377 square foot townhouse that went under contract on Friday with a list price of $339,000. It has a strong rental history and is being sold turn-key, ready to keep on renting or to move right in. It last sold in 2005 for $420,000.

Just around the corner on Barrier Dunes Drive buyers submitted a winning offer on this 2-bedroom, 2-bath, 1,216 square foot townhouse also listed for $339,000. The sellers bought this one in the summer of 2004 for $295,000.  It, too, has a strong rental history and is being sold turn-key.

We’ll head south on Cape San Blas Road roughly three miles for our third contract which is on this 6.65-acre bay front acreage with 413′ of bay front.  The property is roughly located across the street from the Seagrass subdivision.  The family has owned it for decades so no pertinent sales history is in the county records.  On Wednesday they accepted an offer on it sporting a list price of $1,152,270.

Just a little further south over on the gulf the parties shook hands on one of these three gulf front townhouses on Seahorse Lane recently listed for $399,900. As you can see in the photo, since Michael the triplex essentially sits on the beach. When I moved here in 1994 there were five similar townhouses seaward of them that were washed away by Opal. The sellers bought the 2-bedroom, 2-1/2-bath, 1,224 square foot end unit in early 2016 for $245,000 and have made a lot of upgrades since then.

Contract number five takes us over to Treasure Shores along the C-30 Corridor. Last weekend buyers had their offer accepted on this 75′ by 412′ gulf front lot listed for $399,900. Back in 1985, the sellers bought it for a mere $49,900!

And that brings us brings us up to date. I want to give a special shout out of gratitude to those of you who have rolled with the MLS changes, hung in there continuing to follow my blog and asked to be added to my email list of the version with links. I can’t tell you how much I appreciate each request. Thank you so much and I hope I continue to deliver content you find useful and interesting. If your interest is piqued by current activity whether as a seller or buyer, let me know. Give me a call at 850-227-5197 of shoot an email to sherri@sherridodsworth and I’ll be glad to answer any questions you may have. Thank you so much for stopping by today; your following my blog is absolutely one of my favorite things.

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Mar 22 2019

Cape San Blas Real Estate Week in Review – March 16-22, 2019

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Reminder If you would like to read this with the links to the various listings, I can only email them to you now with our new MLS which I’ll be glad to do. Just let me know by sending me a request to sherri@sherridodsworth.com and I’ll set you up to receive my blog post with the links each week.

Recovery progress continues and every day we’re seeing improvements.  Roadside debris piles are slowly beginning to diminish boosting everyone’s morale.  With the arrival of spring comes the welcome return of greenery and I have never been happier to see emerging new leaves in my life.  The road reinforcement at the rocks is coming along and factoring in allowing extra time to navigate through that span has become an accepted part of getting from point A to point B. Unfortunately, I’ve discovered my super power is being first in line as the Stumphole Stoplight turns red. Many more vacation rental homes are back up and running again and visitors are booking them as quickly as they come back online.  Interest in our market continues to improve as well, and we turned in a banner week closing five sales and writing up seven new contracts.  Sellers added seven new listings and changed prices on three others.  Even with all that activity, our inventory only inched up by one, closing the week at 232, with 52 homes and 180 lots listed for sale in the Cape San Blas, Indian Pass and C-30 Corridor MLS market.

The first of our five sales finds us in a community adjacent to the north side of Cape Palms Park, Cape Shoals, which until recently was home to a number of gulf front townhouses that sadly succumbed to the forces of Hurricane Michael. Today Cape Shoals is a neighborhood of single family homes such as this 3-bedroom, 3-1/2-bath, 1,853 square foot 2nd tier home. It is situated on a 90′ by 120′, quarter-acre lot, and was purchased by the sellers in early 2003 for $342,000. On Monday it sold for its full list price of $495,000

Our second sale is this 4-bedroom, 3-1/2-bath, 2,366 square foot first tier Cape San Blas home on Haven Road. The sellers bought it in the summer of 2008 for $720,000, had it listed for $775,000, and sold it on Monday for $730,000. This home is a successful rental property and was sold turn-key.

Sale number three takes us to the south side of the Cape to Jubilation where this newly-built 4-bedroom, 3-1/2-bath, 2,490 square foot home went under contract just last week with a list price of $569,900. The builder bought the 50′ by 80′, 0.10-acre X-zone lot in August 2017 for $56,800. On Friday the new owners picked up the keys at closing for $549,000.

We’ll leave the Cape for our final two sales heading east on C-30 pulling into Gulf Pines where the parties went to closing on this 3-bedroom, 2-1/2-bath, 1,712 square foot first tier home listed for $329,000. The circa-1986 home was listed ‘As Is’, and according to the MLS notes,  “Hurricane Michael damaged home. Missing staircases, first floor walls, HVAC and fences. Exterior wall damage and some interior wall damage. Pool may be damaged and may need to be replaced“.  It went under contract on the 2nd of March and closed on Wednesday for $293,000 cash.

Our fifth and final sale is out towards the tip of the Indian Pass peninsula on Neptune Street in Indian Pass Beach subdivision, the majority of which was platted and recorded in 1952. The seller listed the lot in early February for $99,000 and put it under contract quickly thereafter.  In late 2002 it sold for $80,000, and on Monday it went for $97,000.

The first three of our seven new contracts have us returning to Jubilation which was a super popular place this week.  Starting off the action there is this 3-bedroom, 3-bath, 2,488 square foot, newly built home on Loggerhead Lane completed in 2018 and listed for $569,900. The builder who sold it bought the lot in April of last year for $65,000, a far cry from the $450,000 it sold for in 2004.

Not too far down the street from that house, our second contract is on this 92′ by 62′, 0.13-acre lot listed for $69,900.  The seller bought it in the summer of 2004 for $320,000 and has had it on the market since October 2016.

Just around the corner on Cord Grass Way, this 50′ by 95′, 0.10-acre lot caught the eye of buyers who had their offer on it accepted on Friday. The sellers bought it in early 2012 for $50,000, and have it listed for $69,900.  Hard to believe but in late 2004 it sold for $400,000, a price so staggering, I went to the County Clerk’s records to make sure that wasn’t a multiple lot sale but it wasn’t; it really sold for that much. Wow.

On McCosh Mill Lane in nearby Piney Woods, the buyer and seller came to an agreement on this 0.15-acre first tier lot listed for $119,900 that last sold in late 2013 for $60,000. Piney Woods is a pretty little subdivision with a community pool, deeded beach access for all owners, and a walkover to the beach.

We’ll leave the Cape again, this time travelling east along C-30 out past the Indian Pass Raw Bar to this 3-bedroom, 2-bath, 1,200 square foot lagoon-front cottage listed for $264,900. It was built in 2008 on a 1.12-acre lot which extends out into the marshland of Indian Pass Lagoon. The seller was able to purchase the home in a bank sale in 2010 for a mere $100,000. Nice.

Our final two new contracts are over on Canoe Lane at Indian Pass, starting off with this 60′ by 102′, 0.14-acre first tier lot listed for $165,000. This is a FEMA-eligible property with septic tank in place and conveys with house plans and survey.

Our seventh and final new contract is this spacious 75′ wide by 500′ deep, 0.85-acre gulf front lot also on Canoe Lane listed for $432,000. There are no HOA fees associated with this property. The sellers have had it for quite some time so I didn’t find any relevant sales history in the property appraiser’s records.

And that brings us all up to date on our sizzling market.  Proud to see the Cape brushing off the wrath of Michael and carrying on so well. Demand for property is strong and our housing inventory remains low, so if you’re an owner who has been toying with the idea of selling, this is a great time to consider moving forward with that notion. To see if the time is right for you, give me a call at 850-227-5197 or send an email to sherri@sherridodsworth.com and I’ll be glad to talk with you and prepare a no cost, no obligation comparative market analysis to see what your property might bring in our current market. I hope all is well with you and your family and greatly appreciate your taking time to stop by today.  Have a terrific week and hope to see you back here next Saturday!

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Mar 15 2019

Cape San Blas Real Estate Week in Review – March 9-15, 2019

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  This was an historic week for Cape San Blas and Gulf County as we finally won the first round of a 37-year battle to extricate ourselves from the Coastal Barrier Resource Act, CBRA, designation. On Wednesday afternoon, the president signed legislation passed by the House and Senate removing 40 acres of the Cape from CBRA. The area includes Cape Breezes subdivision and Rish Park. This establishes precedent that will allow the county to move forward with a sound argument for seeking removal of the roughly 900 remaining acres of the vicinity from the federal designation that prohibits any sort of FEMA funding for properties within those areas. This has been a bipartisan effort of regional representatives and highly engaged local citizens for nearly four decades and it is so gratifying to finally see some progress.

Our inventory is at an historic point as well, at least for the twelve years I’ve been writing this blog. When I first started writing this in the summer of 2007, our inventory stood at 552, with 200 homes and 352 lots listed for sale. Nothing was moving. We ended this week at the lowest level since then, down two from last week, closing at 231 total, with 51 homes and 180 lots listed for sale in the Cape San Blas, Indian Pass and C-30 Corridor MLS market. Properties are moving. We closed three sales and wrote contracts on five others. We put For Sale signs on ten new listings, and changed prices on five others. Let’s see what buyers are snapping up.

Oddly enough, none of this week’s three sales were on the Cape. The first two are out along the C-30 Corridor, starting in Money Bayou, a pleasant little old Florida neighborhood with no HOA or HOA fees.  This miniscule 35′ by 80′, 0.064-acre, second tier AE lot first went under contract on February 8. That one didn’t work out and it re-entered the MLS four days later on February 12.  It went back under contract on February 27 with a list price of $89,000, and on Monday the new owners took title for $85,000.

We’ll continue traveling east along C-30 towards the Indian Pass Raw bar stopping at Treasure Shores where this 3-bedroom, 2-bath, 1,469 square foot gulf view home on a little over half an acre on the north side of C-30 went under contract the last week of January with a list price of $335,000. The home sustained some damage from Michael, most of which has already been repaired. The seller bought the place in early 2004 for $290,000 and handed over the keys to the new owners on Monday for full list of $335,000.

Our third sale is one of those post-Michael fixer-uppers with an alluring price that buyers are jumping on. This one is out on Indian Pass; it’s a 4-bedroom, 2-1/2-bath home on a 50′ gulf front lot listed less than 3 weeks ago for $550,000. There’s  a new roof and is being sold “As Is”. As you can see in the photos, it still needs some work and is being sold primarily unfurnished. The seller bought it in 2004 for $1,083,500, had it listed for $550,000, received multiple bids, and sold it on Friday for $575,000.

Now onto our five new contracts, heading to the Cape for the first time today, up on the north side in Barrier Dunes to one of just a handful of single family homes in that subdivision of primarily townhomes. This 3-bedroom, 3-bath, 1,994 square foot rental home went under contract last weekend with a list price of $419,000. The sellers bought the lot on which it’s situated in late 2009 for $85,000, and built the house the following year. Since then it has been a successful rental property, and is being sold turn-key.

A couple of a miles south of Barrier Dunes in Feather Sound on Catamaran Drive our second contract is on a 3-bedroom, 3-1/2-bath, 2,427 square foot home with an elevator and both bay and gulf views. Feather Sound is a classic old Florida, laid back neighborhood with no HOA or HOA fees, and dolomite streets leading straight down to the beach access. This home last sold in mid-2013 for $350,000, and is being sold turn-key with a list price of $589,900.

Our third new contract takes us to the south side of the Cape in Jubilation where this newly-built 4-bedroom, 3-1/2-bath, 2,490 square foot home went under contract on Tuesday with a list price of $569,900. The builder bought the 50′ by 80′, 0.10-acre X-zone lot in August 2017 for $56,800.

About a quarter of a mile down the road in Piney Woods on McCosh Mill Lane, sellers accepted an offer on their 3-bedroom, 2-bath, 1,224 square foot gulf view home listed for $419,000. They bought it in early 2017 for $370,000, and since our new MLS doesn’t always carry over photos from past listings, I can’t determine what, if any, improvements they’ve made to the house in either upgrades or furnishings since then.

We’ll wrap things up today back out on C-30 where this 62′ wide, 654′ deep, 0.74-acre gulf front lot went under contract with a list price of $319,000. This is a FEMA eligible area. The sellers bought it back near the height of the market in mid-2003 for $450,000.

And that brings us up to date. As a Cape resident, it’s comforting to see continued interest in our area, not just with real estate, but with the visitors returning as well. So many young spring breakers have been here this past week; they’re good kids enjoying our beaches and bay; some also volunteering to help with recovery efforts which is amazing when they could just be relaxing during some well-deserved time off from their studies. Makes me happy to see them out riding bikes, kayaking, hanging out eating ice cream treats together taking selfies, and laying out on the beach.

If you’ve been considering buying or selling here, I’d love to help you. It’s never too early to start, so even if you’re still in the very early exploration phase of maybe in the next year or so we might want to explore this crazy idea, let me know.  Call or text me at 850-227-5197 or send me an email to sherri@sherridodsworth.com. Have a terrific week, and thanks so much for stopping by today.

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Mar 08 2019

Cape San Blas Real Estate Week in Review, Mar. 2-8, 2019

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  Warmer spring-like weather may be slowly returning, but our market is red hot. We closed five sales, wrote up six new contracts, added a whopping twenty-one new listings, and made four price changes.  Our inventory of MLS listings in the Cape San Blas, Indian Pass and C-30 market closed the week at 233, up six from last week, with 51 houses and 182 lots for sale. It has been the best week we’ve had since Michael with lots to report so let’s get right to it.

The first of our five sales is a 4-bedroom, 3-bath, 1,871 square foot first tier home on Sugar Loaf Lane just a little south of Scallop Cove. The sellers bought the lot on which it’s located for $110,000 in the summer of 2012 and completed construction on the home just three years later in 2015. They listed the house for sale last August for $689,000, accepted an offer on it in late January, and sold it on Wednesday for $675,000.

We’ll wander down to the south side of the Cape for our second sale which is this irregularly shaped quarter-acre bay view lot in Eventide. This neighborhood is directly across the street from San Blas Plantation, and the two have reciprocal agreements for the property owners to each other’s deeded waterfront access; San Blas Plantation grants gulf access for Eventide owners, and Eventide owners grant San Blas Plantation owners bay front access. Bit of an unusual situation here in that the owner of this lot has it listed for $40,000, which is exactly what he bought it for in mid-2002. It closed on Wednesday for $36,000.

Our third sale is out on C-30  past the Indian Pass Raw Bar.  In mid-February, sellers accepted an offer on their 3-bedroom, 3-1/2-bath, 2,000 square foot home in a lovely country setting. It was built in 2000 on a 200′ by 200′, 0.92-acre lot. They bought the home in February just last year for $335,000, listed it for $379,000, and handed the keys to the new owners this week of $370,000 cash.

Sale number four is this third-of-an-acre, first tier corner lot in Treasure Shores with awesome gulf views. The sellers bought it way back in 1997 for $32,500 – those were the days!  It’s FEMA eligible and this subdivision has no HOA fees – sweet. All properties here include deeded gulf access.  It has been on the market since July with a list price of $179,000, went under contract the first week of January, and the happy new owners took title on Tuesday for $160,000.

Let’s travel on over to Indian Pass for our fifth sale, to this 90′ by 340′, 0.7-acre canal front lot on Painted Pony Road in Indian Summer. This pretty little Old Florida beach neighborhood has a totally laid back vibe and sits tucked away on the gulf at the full curve on Indian Pass Road. All properties convey with deeded gulf access, and there is a pretty community pool overlooking the Gulf. The seller bought this lot just last year in January 2018 for $102,000, and had it listed for $98,000; he signed it over to the new owner on Thursday for $62,000 with seller financing.

Now on to our six new contracts starting off with this irregularly-shaped  0.15-acre first tier lot in Monarch Beach listed for $223,000. Platted in 2017, this little subdivision is located on the Cape just a bit south of Rish Park and Hibiscus Beach. It has modest annual HOA fees of only $250.

Not too far down the beach is Jubilation, home to our second contract.  Buyers fell in love with this handsome 4-bedroom, 3-bath, 2,072-square foot gulf view home listed for $619,000. It was built in 2006 and last sold in 2013 for $439,000. It’s a good rental property named “Pottery Barn” which tells you something about the furnishings it is being sold with.

We’ll return to the south side of the Cape, this time stopping in at Jubilation where this 4-bedroom, 4-1/2-bath, 2,574-square foot gulf view home went under contract with a list price of $629,900. Jubilation is a gated community built by Ashwood Development, the same folks who brought us Ovation on the north side of the Cape. This attractive neighborhood of handsome homes such as this includes a community pool overlooking the gulf.

About half a mile down the road is Southbeach, another gated community on the gulf. Our fifth contract is on a quarter-acre interior lot measuring 100′ by 120′ and listed for $99,900, double the $50,000 the owners paid for it in early 2015. Southbeach has a walkover to the beach and deeded gulf access for all owners, but no community pool.

For our fifth contract we’ll go out onto C-30 and travel east a few miles past the Indian Pass Raw Bar, to this 3-bedroom, 2-bath, 1,200 square foot home overlooking Indian Pass Lagoon. The waterfront home was built in 2008 and is being sold unfurnished for $274,000. The sellers bought it in early 2017 for $204,000.

Our sixth and final new contract is one of those post-Michael fixer uppers at an appealing price that buyers are jumping on. This one is out on Indian Pass; it’s a 4-bedroom, 2-1/2-bath home on a 50′ gulf front lot listed less than 2 weeks ago for $550,000. It has a new roof and is being sold “As Is”. As you can see in the photos, it still needs some work.  It’s being sold primarily unfurnished. The seller bought it in 2004 for $1,083,500, and has it listed for $550,000.

That does it for this week. Our recovery progress is truly impressive and we’re looking forward to sharing with our returning visitors just how far we’ve come in the past five months. One week from today, March 15, is the deadline for taking storm debris to the street for FEMA pickup, so after that we should start seeing the end to those piles of debris which will be as welcome a spring sight for us as blooming flowers are any other spring.  As you’ve just seen, Michael hasn’t left a lasting mark on our real estate market, so if you’re thinking of selling or buying, let’s get together and talk.  Call or text me at 850-227-5197 or drop an email to sherri@sherridodsworth.com . I hope all is well with you and yours, and thank you so much for taking time to stop by today. Hope to hear from you soon.

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Mar 02 2019

Cape San Blas Real Estate Week in Review – Feb. 23-Mar. 1, 2019

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For Sale and SoldThe calendar may have said late February, but the weather said spring as we’ve had warm albeit damp weather, resulting in the return of oh so welcome glimpses of greenery to our landscape. Many of our scrub oaks, barren and brown since Michael, are showing signs of recovery with little green leaves re-emerging. Our market remains warm as well, with two sales and six new contracts. Sellers added twelve new listings and changed prices on four others. Our inventory shed six, closing the week at 227, with 58 homes and 169 lots listed for sale in the Cape San Blas, Indian Pass and C-30 Corridor MLS market.

Four-Acre Bay Front Parcel on Cape San Blas Under Contract Sep 2018 with List Price of $553,850

The first of this week’s two sales is on the bay side of the Cape directly across the street from Seagrass. Less than a month ago buyers jumped on this 100′ by 800′, 1.85-acre bay front lot the very day it was listed for $279,000. The family who owns this lot and the adjacent multi-acre parcel have owned both for quite some time so no sales data is available on the county appraiser’s site. On Tuesday the deal was done and the new owners took title for $250,000.

Down on the south side of the Cape, buyers were attracted to these two adjacent lots on Mercury Lane in Surfside Estates listed for $142,000. Together they measure 100′ x 230′, for a total of 0.54 of an acre. They sit first tier and offer excellent views of the Gulf as well as easy access to the beach. The seller bought the two lots in 1999 for $114,000 ($172,240 in today’s inflation-adjusted dollars), and sold them on Friday for $125,000.

Now on to our six new contracts starting with one of just a small handful of commercial buildings on the Cape. When I moved here in 1994, this place was a cheerful little eatery known as The Cape Café, and it was the only place to eat out on the entire peninsula. The café closed in 1998, the restaurant equipment is long gone, and the building has been sitting vacant since then, save for a brief period where a thrift store operated out of it. The current owners bought it in mid-2016 for $290,000, have done a little renovating since then, and have had it listed for some time at $399,000. Somebody stepped up to the plate last weekend and made an acceptable offer to the sellers.

Gulf View Lot at Cape San Blas Under Contract Feb 2019 with List Price of $119,000

Our second contract is on a 75′ by 112′, 0.19-acre fourth tier gulf view lot on the Cape peninsula in The Preserve at the Cape. The Preserve is located south of Rish Park and just north of Seagrass. This was a direct sale from the developer so no sales history on it. The developer put it on the market last July with a list price of $139,000, lowered it to $129,000 in August, and reduced once more two weeks ago to $119,000 which apparently was the sweet spot as it went under contract on Tuesday.

Cape San Blas Gulf View Home Under Contract Feb 2019 with List Price of $389,900

We’ll return to the south side of the Cape heading over to Plover Drive in San Blas Plantation where this 3-bedroom, 2-1/2-bath, 1,620 square foot home listed for $389,900. It was built on a half-acre lot in 2005. The sellers bought it in a bank-owned sale in 2010 for an unbelievable $153,000.

Gulf Front Home Near Cape San Blas Under Contract Mar 2019 with List Price of $1,269,500

Let’s leave the Cape for the first time today and travel east along C-30 over to Gulf Pines to this lovely 5-bedroom, 4-1/2-bath, 2,678 square foot gulf front home situated on a 100′ wide stretch of beach. The sellers bought it in 1998 for $439,000, and have it listed for $1,269,500.

Further east along C-30 is Money Bayou, home to our fifth contract. This one might look a bit familiar as we saw it here on February 8 when it previously went under contract. That one didn’t work out and it re-entered the MLS four days later on February 12. This miniscule 35′ by 80′, 0.064-acre, second tier AE lot went back under contract on Wednesday with a list price of $89,000. This pleasant little old Florida neighborhood has no HOA or HOA fees.

Our sixth and final new contract takes us over to Indian Pass to this lovely 3-bedroom, 3-1/2-bath, 3,123 square foot home overlooking 235′ of frontage on Indian Pass Lagoon. The sellers bought the half-acre lot in 2002 for $225,000 and built the home a couple of years later.

That brings us up to date for this week. You can see how our inventory of homes is growing smaller and smaller as demand increases. If you have been considering selling, let me know and I will be glad to do a comparative market analysis (CMA) for you without cost or obligation to see what it will likely bring in our current market. You can always reach me by calling or texting 850-227-5197 or emailing sherri@sherridodsworth.com. Hope to hear from you soon, and, as always, I thank you so very much for taking time out of your busy schedule to stop by today.

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Mar 01 2019

Busy Week!

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Quick note to let you know it has been one crazy busy week for both our real estate market and me personally. Lots to write about for you, more than I can do justice to starting this late on Friday night, so I am going to finish up in the morning, take time to do it well, and hopefully have it posted for you by noon. Hope to see you then!

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