An optimistic spin though could be the percentage of real estate agents/brokers and homeowners who think values will decrease in the next six months is less than the same percentage in the 2nd Quarter Survey.
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I was not surveyed about Brevard County, Florida but my opinion is prices may continue to drop a bit over the next six months.
I see no reason for real estate prices to increase in Brevard County, Florida although inventory is down to less than 3,300 active residential listings but with a higher than average 11% unemployment rate I doubt demand will go up.
It's a good time to find a bargain in Brevard County, FL!