Cape San Blas Blog

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Real Estate Agent - Boardwalk Realty of NW FL
Ever wonder what’s the latest news from Cape San Blas? I know I did before I was able to move here full time in 1994. I’ve set up this blog to be your eyes and ears on the Cape to keep you up-to-date on the latest happenings in real estate, local issues, and maybe even a smidgen of gossip from time to time. Feel free to let me know if there are specific issues you’d like me to address or if you have suggestions for improving this blog. Enjoy!
RECENT BLOG POSTS
If no news is good news, then we've had a very good week as there is still no oil and now no Bonnie. We've also had another good week in real estate, with two sales, four new contracts, five new listings, and eight price changes.  No change in our inventory, though,  hanging steady at 415, with 1...
07/24/2010
It is good to see so many visitors enjoying their summer vacations here at the beach as we've been worried that people would stay away because of all the fear mongering from the media.  Thankfully, for now at least, our coast remains clear.  Folks weren't all just soaking up rays, either; six of ...
07/24/2010
Another great week here on the Cape with clear skies, clean beaches, happy vacationers and folks shopping for real estate. We had one person go to closing, two new contracts, thirteen new listings, and seven price changes.  Our inventory shot up over three per cent, unfortunately, gaining 13 over...
07/24/2010
Our beaches were busy this morning with crews of turtle patrol volunteers, representatives from NOAA, The Interior Department, National Fish and Wildlife,  Florida Fish and Wildlife, news crews from CNN and the AP, FED EX PR guys and curious onlookers.  The assembled were all there to either part...
07/24/2010
The watching and waiting continue as we still remain mercifully untouched by the oil. There are small armies of BP contractors patroling the beaches daily even though the nearest oil reported is all the way over on the western edge of Panama City Beach. So our beaches are still beautiful and prop...
07/24/2010
.What a difference a week makes - much quieter this week, with somewhat slower sales activity compared with what we've been seeing recently, with only one sale and one new contract, and just four new listings and three price changes. As a result, our inventory is virtually unchanged, up just thre...
07/24/2010
OK - by Cape standards, summer officially began, Saturday, June 19, because it was the first day of the 2010 Scallop Season. The governor decided to move the date up by nearly two weeks to encourage visitors to come down early. Our beaches are still beautiful and open for business, and several vi...
07/24/2010
The headlines haven't scared off buyers but seem to actually be fueling increased interest in real estate around here as sales remain strong. We had a better than average week, with three sales and three new contracts, eight each new listings and new price tags. Not much change in our inventory,...
07/24/2010
Tourists may be looking elsewhere for their summer vacations but buyer interest has definitely stayed focused on the Cape with temptingly low prices on quality coastal properties.  Only one closing, but we have an impressive  six new contracts. We added five new listings to the mix, and four sell...
07/24/2010
WOW! You might think it was the 4th of July instead of Memorial Day with all the figurative fireworks going on around here.  I think we set a sales activity record this week: we had five closings and four new contracts. That's a lot of real estate changing hands.  In other activity we added ten ...
07/24/2010
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