Palm Coast Center for the Arts The Palm Coast Arts Foundation supports creativity and innovation within its Palm Coast and Flager community. With a goal of designing, building, and supporting a Palm Coast Center for the Arts, the foundation is currently “raising the roof” with its campaign to raise enough money to build the outdoor […]
New City Hall Building: Well Worth the Wait Some 15 years ago, when Palm Coast officially became a city, the city’s administration had no office. No desks nor phones. Jim Canfield, Mayor at the time, operated out of a coffee shop said city historian and director of the Palm Coast historical Society, Art Dycke. Since […]
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A study compared number of affordable housing units to number of families making less than 30% of median income, and Fla. has only 21 homes per 100 families.
Florida Realtors’ monthly trade publication received eight awards for design and writing excellence, including the highest honor for best overall design.
HUD, VA and USICH say federal programs have successfully lowered the number of homeless U.S. vets, including a 40% drop in those sleeping on the street.
Floridians’ economic outlook was unchanged for the third month. At 82, it suggests confidence is greater than during a recession but less than an economic boom.
NAR’s confidence index, which gauges members’ views of real estate over the next six months, dropped two points to 60 – but anything above 50 is still positive.
It’s the fourth consecutive month for a boost in attitudes as the Consumer Confidence Index hits 92.4 – not far from its pre-recession historical average of 102.
The report on pending sales – U.S. homes under contract but not yet closed – has gone up for the past four months, rising 3.3% month-to-month in July.