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Lovely 4 bedroom, 2 bath pool home situated on quiet Cul de sac in desirable Greystone.
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Brevard County Real Estate Market Report – May 2015 In May 2015, there were 3727 active listings on the market, a decrease of 20.00% from 4656 in May 2014. There were 1518 new listings on the market in May 2015. This is down by 4.0% from May 2014 of 1581. There were 1288 new pending … Continue reading Brevard County Real Estate Market Report – May 2015
I had an appointment to meet an investor at a bank owned property that had just come on the market. As I waited for my buyer to arrive, there was a parade of potential buyers and Realtors looking through the house. I suppose the enticement was the very low advertised price.
Home buyers decide whether or not to look inside a house based on the exterior appearance. What they see when they drive by, or when they arrive for a showing sets the tone for that first impression. It often determines if a buyer even wants to go inside for a closer look.