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Unruly Palm Coast Crowd Cleared Out of Hearing Backing Bunnell Apartments Near E-Section

| March 27, 2017

A proposed 250-unit apartment complex of SR100 in Bunnell but abutting the E-Section, drew out more than 100 Palm Coast residents at a zoning hearing that ended with the rom being cleared because of the crowd’s misbehavior.

Flagler Homes’ Median Sale Price Up 28% Over Last Year as Investors Keep Buying

| July 22, 2013

Sales closed on 200 single-family homes in June in Palm Coast and Flagler County, half those for cash as investors continue to buy homes. The median price of $144,500 is the best showing since February 2009. The median number of days those homes spent on the market was 71, an increase of eight days from last year.

Dismissing Affordable Housing Prejudices, Palm Coast Approves Brookhaven Apartments

| May 21, 2013

The Palm Coast City Council Tuesday approved 4-1 the 45-acre, 117-unit Brookhaven apartments development in Town Center, which will provide housing to lower income residents and walkability to nearby areas.

Tidelands Condo Community Settlement May Underscore Turnaround for Palm Coast

| March 25, 2013

Two legal settlements at Tidelands on the Intracoastal and a turn-around in sales suggest that one of the hardest-hit condo and home communities in Palm Coast is experiencing renewed vigor, and may be emblematic of a larger real estate turnaround in Palm Coast and Flagler County.

Foreclosure Tale: When Renters, Despite Protections, Are Intimidated Into Leaving

| October 27, 2011

Palm Coast’s Genis family–mother, father, six children–was duly paying rent on its Smith Trail home when it was sold by the court and the family was given 10 days to clear out, even though it never saw an eviction notice.

As Palm Coast Talks Development, Housing Prices Hit New Low, Falling 4.2% in 1Q

| May 31, 2011

Housing prices fell to levels not seen since 2002 as double-dipping prices hit new recession lows. Meanwhile, the Palm Coast City Council discussed approval of a plan that would add 12,000 housing units to the local hosing stock.

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