Regardless of where you are buying or selling you need an agent who has local knowledge...schools, neighborhoods, parks, etc.
In Brevard County, Florida there is a reason why "local" is not always local.......
Brevard County, Florida is almost 1,557 square miles of which almost 35% is water. That is not really huge (about a third the size of Rhode Island) but its geography makes it difficult for any real estate agent to cover the entire Brevard County area.
Brevard County is a narrow sliver along central Florida's Atlantic Ocean coastline. That sliver is about seventy-two miles from north to south. The county is unofficially (in my opinion) divided into three distinct areas. [Some may consider "beach side" as a fourth area.]
US 1 and I-95 provide commuters very easy north to south routes for easy commuting within Brevard County. For those commuting to Orlando, State Roads 520 and 528 (toll road) make easy commuting to Orlando and its airport. Getting around is relatively easy in Brevard County with a population around 550,000.
Some buyers prefer the northern areas are more rural while the major population centers tend to be in the south around Melbourne and Palm Bay. Others choose the planned unit developments in central county like Viera and Suntree. And then there are those seeking the oceanfront condos, Banana River or Indian River water frontage. And then there are certain schools some want for their children.
All of these varying locations make it a challenge for any agent to be a local expert. I understand this and restrict my service areas so my clients benefit from local expertise. -
If you are considering a move to Brevard County, Florida, give me a call at 321-693-3850. I can provide you information on all homes for sell in Brevard County, Florida.
Your best source of real estate information will always be local.
And if your ultimate area of interest is outside of my local expertise I will gladly refer you to another competent local expert!