Home Seller Confidence Rising On Treasure Coast

Dated: 02/01/2016

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Great News! Martin &  Saint Lucie Home Sellers are more confident and getting more for their properties!

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“I am happy to report that St. Lucie County’s real estate market indicators revealed that we ended November on a positive note! Home seller confidence continued to rise as new listings increased by 15%, and buyers continued to offer on average 96% of original list prices. Earlier in this year, Bloomberg Business stated that Port St. Lucie will be one of the leading cities in the nation to see economic growth in 2016, and we appear to be on track to meet those expectations. On behalf of the REALTORS® of St. Lucie County, I would like to extend ‘Happy Holidays and Happy New Year’ to you and your family." said Kathy J. Slusser, Northern Vice President of the Realtors® Association of the Palm Beaches (RAPB).   

Here are the December 2015 Market Reports for Martin & St Lucie Counties COMPREHENSIVE REPORT LINKImage title


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