Areas we serve: We Buy Ugly Houses® Jacksonville
We buy houses throughout the Jacksonville area and the surrounding communities. Whether you’re selling a house for cash in Baker, Clay, Duval, Nassau, or St. Johns, we’ll come to you. We also buy houses for cash in San Marco, Putnam County, Ponte Vedra, and West Jacksonville.
This means there was a decent amount of discounting to get deals closed, indicating a softening of the housing market in this area. It’s recently become more of a buyer’s market, which is somewhat unusual for areas in Florida. Many people selling their house in Florida have been benefited by seller’s markets and tight housing supply. The median days on the market is at 98 days, which is above the average in many other areas, some of which were up to a month less on the market.
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Green Cove Springs
Green Cove Springs was settled in the mid-1800s and is known for its natural sulfur springs. It sits on the St. Johns River just south of Jacksonville and has a population just under 10,000.
The median age of homes is 28 years, 12 years newer than the national average of 40 years. Nearly 1/3 of the homes in the area were built between 2000 and 2008. The property tax rate is roughly 20% less than the national average.
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Neptune Beach has a population of nearly roughly 8,000. This area has been marked by a very tight real estate and housing market, raising prices in the area.
The median year homes were built is 1976, one year older than the national average and older than several surrounding areas. The median year homeowners moved in is 2000, while it’s much more recent for renters in 2014.
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Murray Hill is located north of Avondale and west of Riverside. The neighborhood was created in 1907 and was annexed by Jacksonville in 1925.
It’s now marked by great restaurants, bakeries, pizzerias, parks, and coffee shops. Four Corners Park, Murray Hill Playground, and Jasmine Park are a few of the parks in the area.
The neighborhood is also known for local area artists creating many brightly colored murals.
Many homes in the area are on the smaller side, making them well-suited to young professionals, young families, and empty nesters.
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Bartram Park has a population of roughly 32,000 and is named after William Bartram, who was best known as a naturalist. Bartram published a highly regarded book on America’s natural history. Nearly half the land has been set aside for Julington-Durbin Creek Preserve, truly making calling the area a park appropriate.
Bartram Park is currently home to 14 different residential communities featuring condos, townhomes, and single-family homes. The median home was built in 2003, with a big spike between 2000 and 2009. This makes Bartram Park a much newer area for housing than several surrounding neighborhoods.
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