Donna: first it depends when you bought the properties and for how much. Second it depends what you are going to do with the profits. If you are going to invest again in real estate you will be selling low and buying low.So it works both ways. I would wait until the winter to put them on the market unless you own"unique" properties.Selling them individualy will fetch you more money. Do a CMA, with similar properties sold in the last 3 months.This will give you a good idea of its market value. To be on the safe side you could list one now if the comparables show some interesting selling prices, and the other during the winter. It all goes back to how much you paid and owe and when you bought it. Most believe that it will take over a year for the market to turn around. WE cannot be sure but that is the belief..Port Charlotte average selling price from June to July has been stagnant ( waterfront lots) but you are still talking about one of the top ten boating and sailing cities with Lee County in the country and it goes also back to how much your lots stands out, their size, elevation, sea wall or not, view, and drainage quality in general..