What to know about Florida’s East Coast real estate right now

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| Courtesy of the Flagler County Association of Realtors |
Flagler County had a positive increase of 49.7 percent of closed sales from November of 2019 to November 2020. (As posted stats on their website). Additionally, the Median Sale Price increased just over 12 percent year over year.
The demand is high based on low-interest rates currently still available. Approximately, two months of inventory available. Retirees and other migrating individuals remain interested in Flagler County for the lifestyle it provides from beach-side living to year-round warm weather.
The real estate market in Volusia County is off to a busy start in the first half of January 2021. From January 1 to January 15, 770 single-family homes went on the market. Approximately 28 percent of these listings are under contract because of strong buyer demand. The strong interest is a direct result of the low-interest rates currently available. Interest rates are always subject to change depending on many factors.
Dulce Monahan from Adams Cameron & Co. Realtors has an SRES certification and has been a realtor for more than 18 years. She has assisted many seniors with downsizing from their family home and relocating to more convenient communities that match their unique needs. Her areas of service include Ormond Beach, both mainland and the beach-side communities, to Port Orange.
If you are thinking about relocating out of or to the area and wish to speak to Dulce, you can reach out to her at 386-200-9114.

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