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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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Brevard County's tourism agency will be able to spend more money on marketing the Space Coast and on helping develop new tourism-focused capital projects, under a plan approved by county commissioners this week. Additionally, the County Commission approved plans to use some of the tourist tax money for five capital projects, including a new sports arena in Titusville, upgraded sports fields in Viera and a modern campground in Palm Bay. "It's a very big deal, as much as our community depends on tourism,... read more
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Ocala, Brevard, Polk near top for price gains in U.S.

Source: Orlando Sentinel
Posted by Stephanie Messina on August 17, 2017 in  Brevard County  Commercial News  Dreyer Commercial  Housing Outlook  Orlando Sentinel
Mary ShanklinContact ReporterOrlando Sentinel Several housing markets just outside Metro Orlando were near the top nationally for home-price gains in the second quarter from a year earlier. Ocala had the fourth biggest price climbs out of 178 metropolitan areas. Brevard and Polk counties were close behind, according to a report released Wednesday by the National Association of Realtors. “There is a lot of construction going on now and that seems to be raising the prices every month. That would ... read more
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And the North will rise again: North Brevard County making gains

Michael Dreyer Article in Florida Today
Posted by Stephanie Messina on July 29, 2017 in  Brevard Growth  Brevard News  Commercial News  Dreyer Commercial  Michael Dreyer  North Brevard
PORT ST. JOHN – A bellwether of the North Brevard County economy could be just off Interstate 95, along a mile stretch of Port St. John Parkway. Plans are in the works to develop 40 acres of Port St. John Parkway with retail, hotels and quite possibly a high-tech business headquarters related to the resurging space industry that has been North Brevard’s bread and butter for years. “This has generated a tremendous amount of activity in the area,” said Michael Dreyer, broker/owner of Dreyer ... read more
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Real Estate is great, but fishing Mosquito Lagoon with my son Marshall is Awesome!  Interested in local fishing spots? Check out "Central Florida's Fishing Report's" fishing spot page!http://www.centralfloridafish... read more
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