WHY ARE THERE NO HOMES

Dated: April 14 2021

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Reach & Written by Richard Eimers

April 14, 2021

Speaking of Inventory, monthly newly listed properties continue to increase compared to the same month 12 months ago and it has been like this for since April 2020. 

Reason for this very low inventory is record setting sales, for some crazy reason people have found our Emerald Coast and want to live in Paradise instead of New York, California or Illinois.

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This graphs are for Homes, Condos & Townhomes for 30A, Inlet Beach, Miramar Beach & Destin, comparing January 1 to April 12, 2021 (This Year) to the same time in 2020 (Last Year). Please note that the sales activity is broken down my area this further defines the hottest & cooler segments of our market, all are pieces of the puzzle that can assist buyers & sellers in setting real estate expectations.

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Richard Eimers

I have been a Florida Licensed Realtor for over 24 years, have SOLD more than $550,000,000 worth of every kind of real estate from Pensacola to Destin to 30A and Panama City Beach. With over 20 years....

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