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Topic Title: Housing prices in Brevard?
Topic Summary: Will they ever go down
Created On: 05/31/2018 03:32 PM
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 06/03/2018 06:15 PM
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seaspray

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I've been checking home prices in Brevard for the past year getting ready for my eventual move back to FL, and no they have only gone up. Even rentals.

I'm not looking at places *gasp* west of the waterway

 06/04/2018 03:43 AM
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ww

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Yeah, I scrambled the hurricanes.  San Marco in Jacksonville always had street flooding, but I think the Square and everything around it must have been pretty much under.  

A good deal of Brevard's barrier island seems kind of undervalued, but it may be partly a matter of a population that can't exactly afford high insurance premiums.  Daytona Beach has had a problem with a barrier island that should be prime residential area but instead became slum in the classic real estate sense of houses chopped up into cheap apartments full of lousy tenants.  A few years ago, it seemed very resistant to gentrification.  Haven't checked back.

 06/05/2018 04:10 PM
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miker

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My townhouse is the highest it has ever been in Satbe. Even with the new phase going in, prices are going up..... lots of demand.
 06/06/2018 09:44 AM
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RustyTruck

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The town is a dump overall but there are still beachside deals on the island in Daytona.

Old poor beachside neighborhoods are being gentrified and the 1920-1940's homes are being renovated.




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 06/06/2018 11:04 AM
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The Political Thinker

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just wait till a hurricane rolls through and buy buy buy

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