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June 9, 2012

Cape San Blas Real Estate Week in Review – June 2-8, 2012
Our brisk pace continued this week with buyers stepping up to the plate and writing offers, and we also continue to see a lot of the Ovation lots closing. Overall a very good week, with eighteen closings, seven more contracts, nine new listings, and ten price changes. Our inventory remains ...

July 1, 2009

Happy Birthday to Me – Let’s Go Scalloping!!
Today is my birthday which each year is celebrated locally with the opening of scallop season. : ) Luckily, the weather forecast looks good for people to get out in the bay and play. If you’re new to scalloping, here are a few guidelines to get you going. First of ...

March 28, 2009

Cape San Blas Real Estate Week In Review – Mar. 21-27, 2009
What a windy, weather filled week we’ve had around here this past week. The wind is still howling this morning and we’re in for lots more rain today, on top of the 3 1/2 inches we had on Thursday and Friday. Too bad as Tyndall Air Force Base had to ...

December 27, 2008

Cape San Blas Real Estate Week in Review – Dec. 20-26, 2008
The calendar said Christmas but the weather said summer. What a beautiful warm, sunny week it has been. I hope you had a good holiday with family and friends. Santa brought us one closing and two contracts, three new listings , three new price tags and eleven expired unsold. Our ...

September 13, 2008

Cape San Blas Real Estate Week In Review – Sep. 6-12, 2008
It has been a busy week around here but this morning things are getting back to normal. Ike didn’t interfere much with business, and real estate activity carried on. We end the week with a really nice 6% reduction in our overall inventory, coming in at 404 total active listings ...

September 12, 2008

Local Traffic Being Allowed Through Stumphole
7:00 p.m. UPDATE – We have a fluid situation here, absolutely no pun intended. I just had a call from Paula Pickett, Executive Director of the Gulf County Tourist Development Council, who drove out to the Cape within the hour, and was told the road is such that if it’s ...

September 11, 2008

Ike Closes Stumphole
3 p.m. Update from Gulf County Emergency Management: Gulf County remains under a High Surf Advisory and a Coastal Flood Advisory. These conditions will continue to lead to hazardous rip currents as well as dangerously high surf along Gulf County’s beaches. These conditions will be life threatening to anyone entering ...

July 4, 2008

2008 Scallop Season
This is the first weekend of the 2008 scallop season and the weather forecast looks good for people to get out in the bay and play. If you’re new to scalloping, here are a few guidelines to get you going. First of all, you’ll need a current Florida fishing license. ...

June 28, 2008

Cape San Blas Real Estate Week In Review – June 21-27, 2008
Big weekend shaping up as the 4th of July visitors begin pouring in. Big day on Tuesday, July 1, too, my birthday, which Gulf County always celebrates by officially opening Scallop Season for the summer. I’m hearing it should be another good year so I hope you’ll be able to ...

June 7, 2008

Cape San Blas Real Estate Week In Review – May 31 – June 6, 2008
Warm and breezy week with beach renourishment progressing rapidly and ahead of schedule. It’s amazing to see how wide our beautiful beaches are becoming once again and the sand is every bit as white and powdery as the original. They’re working the Cape Breezes area where I live and each ...

May 31, 2008

Cape San Blas Real Estate Week In Review – May 24-30, 2008
Four-dollar-a-gallon gas made for a fairly quiet Memorial Day weekend out on the bay as the cost of filling those boat engines climbed into the triple digits. It’s been anything but quiet in real estate activity, though. Definitely starting to see a bit of a pickup in activity. Our inventory ...

May 17, 2008

Cape San Blas Real Estate Week In Review – May 9 – 16, 2008
More indicators we may be near or at the market bottom in the news this week. Data released Tuesday by the National Association of Realtors show that in former housing-boom hot spots like Florida, Nevada and California, single-family home prices dropped 20% to nearly 30% in the past year. (See ...