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Asked by Buyer, Canada, KY Tue Jan 22, 2008

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Phil Fowler, Agent, Brandon, FL
Tue Jan 22, 2008
Hello hhhh,

As per the previous answer, without knowing what you mean by "good area", it is difficult to recommend specific areas according to your criteria. Are you looking for watrfront property, do you want a condo or single family home. What is your price range and what ammenities are you looking for? Do you want to be in a golfing community, or 55+ age group.

It is important for you to convey what you mean by "good" as we are not mind readers, just Realtors. However, the market is "good" in Sarasota.
Web Reference:  http://www.PhilFowler.com
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none, , Sarasota, FL
Tue Jan 22, 2008
All depends on specific location in Sarasota (Supply and demand) Needs of buyer. This is the long and short of market in any area. Contact a profesional like myself.
Web Reference:  http://SarasotaInvestors.com
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