Although some millennials, may still find this lifestyle desirable, for the most part their real estate priorities are changing. Driving the shift in real estate styles and buyer needs are higher numbers of college students, graduates, professional jobs, changing roles of women in the workplace and of family dynamics in general as well as trends in green building and lifestyles.
The Gulf Coast real estate industry has seen a resurgence of activity over the past year. Increased sales and rising sales prices of over 4% from 2012-2013 indicate good news for the coastal communities. With the height of beach season upon us, have you thought about purchasing an oceanfront property? Homes for sale on the Forgotten Coast are more affordable than you think. On our website, we have broken price ranges for you so that you can search for beach properties for sale in the Under $100k range, $100k-$300k range, $300-1Million, and for those wanting it all, the Luxury Beach Homes 1Million+ range. First Story Real Estate Company 850-727-0066.
Florida Realtors President Sherri Meadows has a goal in 2014 to raise awareness of homelessness and deliver support to those in need. More than 550 children in Tallahassee, FL are homeless, which is nearly 20 percent of the city’s total homeless population. Reaching out to homeless coalitions and service providers whose purpose is to aid the homeless, to re-home the homeless and to offer support for these volunteers and non-profits in their efforts are all goals this year during President Sherri’s term.
yesterday’s video delivered from 2013 NAR President, Gary Thomas captures a true sense of what we as REALTORS have been working on during this recovery. At least he got a foot in the door. Take a listen. Wondering When President Obama will interview REALTORS.
Real Estate, who knew it could be so glamorous, so rich and rewarding, and so revealing? Every day this job reveals one more thing,.. How does that song go, “God is great, beer is good and people are crazy!” This post is for all those home-buyers and home-sellers who think Realtors make SO much money,..drive fancy cars, and work 9 to noon!