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Panama City Beach Living

Living In Panama City Beach Florida

Panama City Beach extends for 27 miles captivating its residents and tourists with its emerald-green water. It's well-known for their Southern hospitality, fabulous dining, and 4-star dining. The day-in and day-out aspects of this city make it a great place to buy a home.

Real Estate

Fewer foreclosures and an improved job market have caused the growth of new construction in Panama City Beach. The west end of the beachfront is abundant with condominiums for sale with an average price of $350,000.

Located one mile from the Gulf, Wild Heron is a gated community that feels like a weekend escape. The golf community spans over 600 acres of living and is home to Greg Norman's Shark's Tooth Golf Club. Its focal point...

Hot Spot For Vacations And Investments - Splash Resort PCB

Splash Resort: The Perfect Place For A Family Vacation

If you're looking for a great vacation rental for you and your family, then consider Splash Resort located on beautiful Panama City Beach, Florida. This resort has everything a family needs to enjoy a vacation experience they will never forget. Not only is Splash Resort located on a spectacular beach with soft, milk white sand, cool, clear waters and gorgeous scenery, it also has excellent amenities and easy access to a wide array of great dining and entertainment options, all at affordable prices. When you and your family choose Splash Resort, you'll be on your way to enjoying the vacation of your dreams.


Lots Of Housing Options

 No matter the size of your family,...

The New Real Estate Concept - 'White-Boxing'

Staging and White-Boxing

Staged real estate properties are fast becoming a thing of the past. Staging meant that if you were selling a property, you would furnish it, repaint, conduct repairs, etc. to make it marketable. Today, luxury sellers and buyers, both on the East Coast and the West Coast, are doing the opposite of staging, what they are calling “white-boxing.”  

A few years ago, to buy or to sell a home, buyers and sellers normally would like to see a home in a lived-in condition which is why staging was always so popular. Staging seemed to perpetuate the idea that sellers would get more money from marketing their property in a fashionable manner.  

Now there is an alternative. White-boxing is about the stark reality of showing bare walls, bare floors, and bare ceilings. What remains after fringe...