Look for circumstances that create opportunitiesToday's real estate market in south Florida is hot, just like our summer weather. Prices for condominiums and single family homes have been climbing unabated
Hello Connie: Do you have a specific question about Orchid Bay? It is a wonderful gated community in Palm City. With the new Indian Street Bridge, Orchid Bay enjoys great access to Stuart. The homes in Orchid Bay tend to have a Key West/Southern flavor to them.
Actually, the house is located in Harbour Ridge which in my opinion is a superior community to Piper's Landing with stronger financials, better amenities and more attractive. come check it out!... more
Some golf club communities have a mandatory golf membership associated with buying property within the development. This is generally a one-time initiation fee, the majority of which is refunded when the property is sold. This property is located in Piper's Landing, an upscale golf, tennis and waterfront community in Palm City.
I would be happy to assist you in your search for property in our area. You may reach me:
Debbie Sopko, Realtor
960 SE Indian Street
Stuart, FL 34997
Buying Foreclosures (Bank Owned Properties) Â Due to the unusual number of foreclosed properties on the market currently, many buyers and investors are taking advantage of the near â€œgive-away
The real estate market in Palm City has almost stabilized in the last 6-8 months. I am finding the selling prices in Palm City to be stable since the beginning of the year. However, that does not mean that the listing prices are always reflective of the market. There is still a high expectation for the homes in Palm City to sell at a higher premium than in other areas, and while that may be true in some of the neighborhoods in Palm City--overall, it is not. If a home is priced right (meaning, if it is priced near where comparable sales were) they tend to be on the market for 6 months or less. If they are priced "above the market" they will traditionally last longer on the market, even with price reductions.
I hope this helps explain things for you. If you have any further questions, feel free to contact me.... more