July 8, 2015

Florida Property Values

Real Estate Values in St. Augustine and Palm Coast

Compare properties in this interactive photo gallery

Grady-Klinge
Diane Grady-Klinge

Activity is picking up in St. Augustine, especially near the beach. St. Augustine Realtor Diane Grady-Klinge says more cash buyers are emerging, and prices are stabilizing. The story in nearby Flagler County is bleaker. Homes in this retiree-heavy part of the state are selling for at least 50% less than they were five years ago. Realtor Carmen Bongiovanni calls it a “lost decade” for real estate. But prices have gotten so low that Bongiovanni is seeing more buyers emerge.

What will $200,000, $500,000 and $1,000,000 buy in St. Augustine and the Palm Coast?

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$200,000 $500,000 $1,000,000

Palm Coast
Square Feet: 2,517
Bedrooms/Baths: 4/3
Age: 7
Selling Price: $204,250

The home, a short sale, was originally listed at $225,000. It has an updated kitchen and is a 10-minute drive to the beach.



St. Augustine Beach
Square Feet: 2,486
Bedrooms/Baths: 4/3
Age: 22
Selling Price: $500,000

It is biking distance to the beach and has a heated pool and hot tub. It was originally listed for $649,000.



Ponte Vedra Beach
Square Feet: 3,017
Bedrooms/Baths: 4/3½
Age: 7
Selling Price: $1,025,000

The home is on Ponte Vedra Beach.




Tags: Northeast, Housing/Construction

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