Tuesday, April 10, 2018
The beach re-nourishment crew and the majority of the winter visitors are gone as Cocoa Beach eases into the recess between the snowbirds and summer vacationers. It's a good time here and the slowdown is welcomed by most. There are a few spring breakers roaming around and some of the more reclusive locals have been spotted emerging from their lairs where they've been waiting out the snowbird exodus. Count me among them. May is a great time here with light traffic, small waves, warm water and low summer rates at the Cocoa Beach Country Club. Things will pick back up as schools begin letting out for the summer.
March was a busy month for residential real estate sales in Cocoa Beach and Cape Canaveral. Sixty condo units and thirteen single family homes closed in the month. Median selling price for condos was $200,000 with only three units closing for more than $500,000, all three oceanfront south Cocoa Beach. Villages of Seaport in Cape Canaveral has been unusually active with eight units closed in the month and another six units contracted since March 1 and awaiting closing. Less than half of all condo buyers in the month used a mortgage. Slightly more than half of the sold units were on the market less than a month.
Single family homes at the low end of the price range were more active with eight of the thirteen closed selling for less than $400,000. Over half of the homes sales were cash deals.
Golf business league at the Cocoa Beach Country Club starts again today for 2018 and is every Tuesday, tee off anytime from noon until dark. Everyone is welcome. Nine holes is $18 with optional skins for a couple more dollars if one is so inclined. Hope to see a bunch of you there.
"Big dogs eat first, I guess. " __Matt Warshaw