Day Three of the COVID-19 Battle Plan

COVID-19 BATTLE PLAN DAY THREE: Please click on my video below.


Today’s Virtual Feature: Fabulously remodeled triplex on St. Pete Beach! Just reduced to $799,000.  Here is the website:      Make sure you “Let your fingers do the walking” through our virtual floor plans:

Triplex_Dollhouse#1: 2 bedroom & 2 bathrooms

#2: 2 bedroom & 1 bath upstairs:

#3: Efficiency:

For up-to-date information on the virus and government decrees, check out this awesome website from the FLORIDA LEAGUE OF CITIES:

Make sure you scroll to the bottom and click on the Florida Department of Emergency Management (FDEM) Daily Update. It is all the information by area, hospital, etc. VERY INFORMATIVE for inquiring minds that want to know!

REAL ESTATE NEWS: Here is a link to Nationwide Real Estate Information from the National Association of Realtors:   Here are a few highlights:

  • “February’s sales of over 5 million homes were the strongest since February 2007,” says Lawrence Yun, NAR’s chief economist. “I would attribute that to the incredibly low mortgage rates and the steady release of a sizable pent-up housing demand that was built over recent years.”
  • The median existing-home price for all housing types in February was $270,100, up 8% from February 2019 ($250,100), as prices rose in every region. February’s price increase marks 96 straight months of year-over-year gains.
  • Yun says that February’s home sales were encouraging but not reflective of the current turmoil in the stock market or the significant hit the economy is expected to take because of the coronavirus and corresponding social quarantines.
  • “For the past couple of months, we have seen the number of buyers grow as more people enter the market,” Yun says. “Once the social-distancing and quarantine measures are relaxed, we should see this temporary pause evaporate, and will have potential buyers return with the same enthusiasm.”
  • While offering a definitive forecast is extremely difficult in light of this national and global emergency, Yun says home prices will hold on well. “Unlike the stock market, home prices are not expected to drop because of the on-going housing shortage and due to homes getting delisted during this time of crisis,” he says.

#BeSmart! #Besafe!  #BeKind! #HUMANSOVERHOUSES