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The Latest About the Ponte Vedra Beach Housing Market

Ponte Vedra Beach has had an excellent real estate run over the past year. In 2014, 1,966 homes were sold. In 2015, 2,022 homes sold. That means we sold 236 more homes last year compared to the year before.


We’re hoping to see inventory go down a little bit. Right now, the current supply of homes rests at six months. That’s a balanced market for buyers and sellers alike. However, there are significantly fewer homes available below $350,000. For homes priced above $700,000, there’s about eight months of inventory. However, these numbers don’t account for condominiums and vacant land; it’s only for single-family homes.

What do these statistics mean for consumers? While our market is healthy and normal, we’re still sensitive to pricing. When sellers price their properties too high, they sit on the market and often fail to sell. The average days on the market for January 2016 was 99 days.

If you’re interested in buying or selling a home in the surrounding Ponte Vedra Beach area, reach out to me by phone or email at your earliest convenience. Let’s get the ball rolling! I’d be happy to answer any real estate questions you might have!


Happy Holidays From Our Team

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Today, I am here to say thank you. The team, Brandon, Sylvia, Danielle, Jill and I want to thank you so much for all of the business you referred to us this year.

If it wasn’t for your trust in us, we wouldn’t be able to have this business that has grown leaps and bounds. We’re so thankful for it.

Thank you again for your business. Have a wonderful holiday with your family and friends!

Home Inspection

What Are the Benefits of Having an Inspection Before Listing Your Jacksonville Area Home?

Today, we want to briefly discuss a crucial step in any real estate transaction: the home inspection.

When people hear the word “inspection,” they often think of it as a way buyers protect themselves. While this is true, inspections also play an important role for sellers as well! Often, sellers have taken all the right steps to get their home sold. They have hired an agent to market their home, decluttered, added fresh paint, and spruced up the landscaping. The home is on the market and they are getting positive feedback; before long, they have an offer, and a contract is signed. Everything seems to be going great.

Within 10 days of the contract being signed, the buyer will schedule an inspection. As a seller, you may be shocked at what the inspector will find. You may have a water intrusion problem or a gas leak that you were completely unaware of. All of a sudden, all the repairs found in a home inspection start to add up. Wouldn’t it have been better to do the home inspection before you put the home on the market?

That way, if there were any deal breakers, you could have made those repairs or at least been aware of them so that no one would be taken off guard.

We recommend getting an inspection ahead of time and addressing repairs before there is a buyer in the picture. This will save you a lot of stress down the road!

If you have questions about this topic, or if you need real estate assistance of any kind, give us a call or shoot us a quick email. We would love to hear from you!