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2015 Burnt Store Marina Sales

08.02.2016 in Area News, Market Update
Burnt Store Marina--a wonderful community

Burnt Store Marina–a wonderful community

 

 

Wondering what properties sold for in Burnt Store Marina in 2015?  Check out our detailed spreadsheet of all properties sold. Scroll through to find the neighborhood you are looking for and be sure to take note of all of the transactions handled by Michael Saunders & Company.  If you are thinking of buying or selling, let Jennifer Calenda assist you in getting your arms around the current market conditions and help you make an educated investment.

 

 

 

 

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2015 Is The “Year of Normalization”

22.06.2015 in Market Update

A few days ago, Marci Rossell—the former chief economist for CNBC—delivered an upbeat, long-term assessment of the U.S. economy to the annual meeting ofMichael Saunders & Company.   Rossell is calling 2015 the “Year of Normalization” on three important fronts:

  • Labor markets have stabilized and wages are beginning to rise as competition to hire and retain good workers heats up. Because jobs are key to home ownership, the good news for the housing market is that the nation’s unemployment rate has fallen to 5.5%—a level considered full-employment by leading economists.  (Locally, Sarasota and Manatee Counties’ rates are 5.0% and 5.1% respectively according to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics)
  • Gas prices have been on a breathtaking downward trajectory now that the U.S. controls vast supplies of its own domestically-produced oil. Savings at the pump should boost the discretionary income of every U.S. household by an average of $1,500 per year.
  • U.S. monetary policy will begin to take carefully-calculated steps toward normalcy later this year. With interest rates expected to be dialed-up very slowly—as has been forecast for some time—markets should take the increase in stride.  In fact, rising interest rates when also applied to their deposits may actually encourage Americans to continue their newfound penchant for saving even as they enjoy more spending power.

 

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