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TeCMEN Committee to Host Industry Day - 08/16/2017

Special to the Daily News FORT WALTON BEACH — In an effort to spotlight the diverse capabilities that exist among the area’s technical businesses, the Economic Develop...

Building For The Future - 07/10/2017

Building For The Future Looking beyond beaches and the military to boost economic development BY LINDA KLEINDIENST ~ Article written by 850 Magazine   Okaloosa and Walton countie...

Okaloosa County, Florida

"Top-Ten Best Places to Live in America" - Money Magazine

Okaloosa County offers vast opportunities in commercial and residential real estate. Its diversified characteristics meet the various needs of our growing community. Whether you are building, renovating, leasing, selling or buying Okaloosa businesses can do it all!

Yearly Market Detail - 2016

Single Family Homes in Okaloosa County

Summary Statistics 2016 2015 Percent Change 
Closed Sales 6,738 6,311 6.8%
Paid in Cash 1,325 1,399 -5.3%
New Pending Sales 7,191 7,094 1.4%
New Listings 9,039 8,827 2.4%
Median Sale Price $245,900 $230,000 6.9%
Average Sale Price $392,248 $368,452 6.5%
Median Days on Market 62 73 -15.1%
Average Percent of Original List Price Received 96.8% 95.7% 1.1%
Inventory (Active Listings) 2769 2981 -7.1%
Months Supply of Inventory 4.9 5.7 -13%

The data above was pulled from the Emerald Coast Association of Realtors website. Sales statistics are generated on approximately the third week of each month. These statistics include information recorded in the Emerald Coast Association of Realtors® (ECAR) MLS system by ECAR MLS participants and subscribers, and do not include information entered by other Associations or “for sale by owner” properties. Sales information is based on existing homes only; new construction is not included. To view statistics for other years, please visit their portal

Commercial Properties

If you are looking for commercial properties for sale or for lease, please visit www.okaloosasites.com, for real-time availability and extensive datasets.

Military Growth

The EDC and the business leaders of Okaloosa County continue to focus on affordable workforce housing within Okaloosa County. As a realtor, you can assist your communities as well as your clients with a better understanding of the military process and growth issues.

Eglin AFB reports being able to accommodate 20% of the 5,000+ military personnel moving to the area as a result of the BRAC realignments. The other 80% will need to live in the civilian communities; our cities and towns.
If you have a rental property with a kitchenette to lease to a military family please visit the AHRN website and enter your property information.




Okaloosa County is host to a wide array of businesses and industries. From Tourism to Aerospace & Defense, our diversity reflects th...
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