Saturday, May 18, 2024

FOR SALE: 1216 Anvil Way, Moore Haven, FL

 1216 Anvil Way, Moore Haven, FL 33471

$139,900

3 bed/ 2 bath - 1215 Sq Ft Mobile Home in rural Horseshoe Acres

Escape the hustle and bustle of city life in Horseshoe Acres in this affordable 3 bedroom, 2 bath residence on .29 acres. Located halfway between LaBelle and Moore Haven.   Above ground pool with a deck, fenced yard, A blended space of Living room, Dining and Kitchen for every day living, Split floor plan, recent roof replacement adds peace of mind while the affordable price point allows you to put your personal touches on this home and turn it into yours!  Lots of outdoor space for a vegetable or flower garden, room for fruit trees or even a small flock of chickens.  Call me today.  Cash or conventional financing.  (No owner financing, FHA or VA financing available).  

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Friday, April 26, 2024

Brevard MLS Statistics for First Quarter 2024

MLS Statistics for Brevard County, FL for First Quarter of 2024

Provided by the Space Coast Association of Realtors and Florida Association of Realtors 

A quick recap of the Brevard County Residential Report for Q1 2024:


  • Closed Sales are down -7.6% for Q1 2024 in which the number of units closed was 668 compared to 679 in Q1 2023, with a decrease in cash sales of -1.6%.
  • New Pending Sales are down -3.8% and New Listings are up 19.8%.
  • The Median Sales Price for Brevard Single Family homes is up 7.1% to $375,000 compared to a year ago, which was $350,000.
  • Months' Supply of Inventory is up 63.6% to 3.6 months, an increase from 2.2 months in Q1 2023.
  • Traditional Sales are down -8.0% with a median sales price of $375,950.
  • Foreclosure/REO Sales are up 10.5% with 21 closed sales and a median sales price of $240,000.
  • Short Sale Closings N/A with 4 closed sales reported with a median sales price of $323,750.


A quick recap of the Brevard County Townhouses/Condos for Q1 2024


  • Closed Sales are down -8.6% for Q1 2024 in which the number of units closed was 555 compared to 607 in Q1 2023, with a decrease in cash sales of -10.0%.
  • New Pending Sales are down -9.9% and New Listings are up 18.9%.
  • The Median Sales Price for Brevard Townhouses/Condos is up 1.7% to $299,990 compared to a year ago, which was $295,000.
  • Months' Supply of Inventory is up 96.7% to 5.9 months, an increase from 3.0 months in Q1 2023.
  • Traditional Sales are down -8.6% with a median sales price of $299,990.
  • Foreclosure/REO Sales are up 50.0% with 3 closed sales and a median sales price of $120,000.
  • Short Sale Closings are down -100% with 0 closed sales reported.

JoAnn Young
Broker
321-243-4917

Sunday, April 7, 2024

Florida Spring Tips from Loggerhead Insurance

 Some great Florida Spring Tips from Loggerhead Insurance

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Spring Update from Loggerhead Insurance

As spring approaches, and weather patterns change, severe thunderstorm activity can occur more often. Spring is also a good time to check plumbing systems to prevent water damage. Below are a few tips for this time of year. Additional information on thunderstorm safety is available at the Ready.gov and National Safety Council websites; the Spruce website has a thorough plumbing maintenance checklist.

Home Safety & Loss Prevention

  • Cut down or trim trees that touch your home or may be in danger of falling on your home.
  • Consider buying surge protectors or a lightning protection system to protect your home, appliances, and electronic devices.
  • Check plumbing for leaks including appliance water supply lines and under sinks.
  • Test shut-off valves on water lines to fixtures and appliances.
  • Know the location of your main water shut-off and test to ensure it works properly.
  • Consider installing water sensors which provide an early warning if appliances such as toilets, water heaters, refrigerators, or washing machines begin to leak. A notification from these sensors can help prevent a leak from creating significant damage to flooring, walls, and furniture.

Personal Safety

  • Pay attention to severe weather alerts and warnings. Move from outdoors into a building or car with a roof when severe weather is approaching.
  • Avoid using devices connected to an electrical outlet and avoid running water during a thunderstorm.
  • Do not walk or drive through flooded areas after a storm. Just six inches of fast-moving water can knock a person down and one foot of moving water can move a vehicle.
  • Stay away from any fallen power lines and trees following a storm and report them immediately.
JoAnn Young
Real Estate Broker