Ups and Downs

Dated: July 11 2022

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We have experince so much over the past two years with dealing with the pandemic.  In 2022, families are hit with the increase in gas prices, food prices and just trying to stay grounded at this time.  Everything seems to be increasing but not often pay for hardworking individuals.

The housing market is showing trends that is definietly different that then previously.  In doing some research, as of June 26th, "The number of single-family homes activelty listed for sale in Florida at the end of May was up over 23% compared to the end of April, and up 31.5% compared to a year ago. The townhouse and condo inventory was up by almost 16% month-over-month, but still down year-over-year by 20.5%"

In Jacksonville, FL we are experiencing a sellers market.  More people are looking to buy than we have homes available.   "In May 2022, the median listing home price in Jacksonville FL was $315K, trending up 26% year-over-year."

Homeownership is an individual decision and one that no one should take lightly.  

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Latricia Taylor

My name is Latricia Taylor, I am a Real Estate Agent with eXp Realty in Jacksonville, FL. I am ready to assist you with securing your dream home Taylor Made to fit you and your family. I am also able ....

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