Real estate signs positive in Gulf County

Published: Thursday, September 26, 2013 at 10:33 AM.

Shoaf reported that the highest lot price this year checked in at $1.8 million.

According to numbers provided by Shoaf, lots in St. Joe Beach, Mexico Beach and Beacon Hill were up in number of sales but down in average price for the area with 59 sold between the three areas and an average price of $63,000.

This is an increase from last year’s 47 lots, but a lower price tag than the $68,000 average in 2012.

In Cape San Blas, South Gulf County and Indian Pass there was a slight decrease in the number of lots sales but prices have risen and 2013 saw 112 sales between the three areas with an average price of $111,000.

In 2012 the area had 115 sales and the average price was on the low side with $73,000.

Shoaf reported a decline in both lot sales and prices within Port St. Joe, falling from 26 to 14 this year and the average price sank from $27,000 to $17,000.

Wewahitchka was up in sales and price, the 2013 total showing 29 sales with an average price of $14,000, up from last year’s 15 lot sales and $13,000 average.

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