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BREVARD COUNTY - Melbourne has been ranked as one of Florida’s healthiest housing markets according to an assessment released by SmartAsset. The financial technology company reported that West Melbourne ranks No. 1 and Melbourne ranks No. 4 in its fourth annual “Healthiest Housing Market Study.” The study analyzes market health by the average number of years residents live in the homes, their values, effortlessness of sale and various expenses associated with ownership. The less amount of time a... read more
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Chronicle: Space Coast Comeback

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Posted by Dreyer & Associates on January 10, 2018 in  Brevard County  Brevard Economy  Brevard Growth  Brevard Housing Market  Florida Today
A new #spacerace is underway on the #SpaceCoast and #Brevard#County could end up as the #bigwinner. ... read more
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Is It Hot in Here

Posted by Dreyer & Associates on November 30, 2017 in  Brevard County  Brevard Economy  Brevard Growth  Brevard Housing Market  Brevard Housing News
What a difference three years can make. Pro Teck Valuation Services has released a new Home Value Forecast, tracking housing market data between October 2014 and October 2017. During that period, many housing markets across the nation surged from “weak” to “hot.” That’s good news, but what is driving the change? Pro Teck’s Home Value Forecast analyzes market trends and historical data for the top 200 core-based statistical areas (CBSAs) in the United States a... read more
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These Thanksgiving lists are never complete or as encompassing as they should be. But here it goes, in no particular order. When it comes to the Space Coast economic scene, let's be thankful for: A strong labor market. Unemployment is at 3.5 percent. Nearly 260,000 people are working in our county. Some will say those are mostly lower-wage, service jobs. OK. But would you rather have the jobs or not? Let's be thankful the rate isn't 13.5 percent.  A healthy housing market. The late... read more
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Hurricane Irma was no friend to the local real estate market last month. The storm, prior to hitting land in Florida, impeded many sales because insurers quit issuing homeowners policies. And immediately following Irma, many properties under contract for sale had to be re-inspected by appraisers to see if any storm damages would impact property values. Those delays had an impact. Homes sales fell nearly... read more
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