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THE DEAL in Real Estate 6/15/2018

This week we have some great deals! It was tough picking just 8 but we somehow managed! Also, let us know if you are interested in seeing the ones that “almost” made the cut! I did hold back some amazing deals in Tallahassee real estate.

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Midcentury in Midtown Open House – 1005 McClendon Drive

Midcentury in Midtown- Open House Sunday 7-16-17 From 2-4 * Join us this Sunday from 2-4pm and take a look at this stunning midcentury home! This classic Tallahassee brick home on a large corner lot was originally built by Carl Ferrell and has been brought into modernity since 2010 with the creative vision of Architects | Lewis + Whitlock. 

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The Florida Garden Cottage

I am not sure what you think of when you hear “Florida.” But, as a native North Floridian, I imagine lush gardens, small cottages, bungalows, areas where oaks and palms live together with flowering trellises. The north Florida Panhandle is a mix of the old, the new, and the charming. It is Old South and Tropical at the same time.

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The Seller’s Market Of 2017

As we begin the notoriously busy spring selling season, homes are selling faster than ever. The competition is fierce and even homes that previously would have sat on the market are now attracting multiple bid offers. This is really the time to sell.

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OPEN HOUSE: Fully Remodeled Smart Home

This beautiful fully remodelled home is located at 2917 Brandemere Drive and is equipped with smart home technology. Control your heating, air conditioning, and appliances through the use of a mobile app. Check out this home Sunday, Jan 22 from 2 to 5 pm. Come ready to be amazed!

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10 Reasons Why You Need A REALTOR®

10 Reasons Why You Need A REALTOR® – Buying and selling a home can be a complex process. Luckily, you don’t have to go it alone. Call a REALTOR® Today. Ann Huskey – 850-212-1982

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Opening Soon: Capital Cascades Crossing

You may have noticed the structure being erected high in the sky above South Monroe. This, in fact, is the Capital Cascades Crossing pedestrian, and soon it will be open for business. After years of planning and more than a year of construction, the much-anticipated city project will soon connect Cascades Park to the Capital Cascades Trail. Eventually, the bridge will connect to the much-beloved St. Marks Trail. In the mean time, the bridge will give pedestrians a safe way to cross Monroe Street.

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Just Outside Of Havana, Florida, there is a dream home waiting for you…. An immaculate 3 bedroom, 2 bath house miles from Tallahassee. It stands among pines, oaks, and offers up a bountiful harvest. 14 Acres of pristine land with fruit bearing trees and wild blackberry. You can’t put a price tag on happiness, but if you could it would be $310,000. This is where you belong.   For more info, … Read More

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Tallahassee Market Update

Exciting news for the Tallahassee real estate market. The numbers have been crunched and things are looking up for Tallahassee home sellers. The second quarter sales totals are in and sales of single family homes are up 12.9% from this time last year in Tallahassee. Additionally, the median time before a property enters into a Contract is down 13.8% and is now averaging 56 … Read More Tallahassee Market Update

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Market Activity In 32309

The Tallahassee real estate market is strong. Homes are selling quickly and home values continue to rise. A true seller’s market; this is a great time to sell your home in Tallahassee. Currently, homes and properties in the northeast corridor of Tallahassee are especially popular. Those selling your home in Killearn Estates, Killearn Acres, or Arbor Hills can rely on the Property Finders Team to sell your home quickly and for top-dollar. Recently, one of our listings in 32309 sold after only one week on the market!

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Redemptive Love Farm and Petting Zoo Sets Its Sights On A New Home

Redemptive Love Farm and Petting Zoo sets its sights on a new home but first it must sell its current homestead. The owners of the Redemptive Love Farm and Petting Zoo are well-known in Tallahassee for their love of animals, Christ, and each other. The loving family of seven took a chance on farm living and left their Suburban Southwood home for farm living along Miccosukee’s canopy roads.