Baywood Village, Palm Harbor is a charming waterfront community with direct Gulf access by boat, a boat ramp available -with direct deep water Gulf access - for use for the Baywood 5 section of Baywood Village, and a location that is close to the Pinellas Trail, Old Palm Harbor and the many fine beaches of the greater Tampa Bay area.

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For the past 30 days, there are 13 properties listed for sale in Baywood Village.  Of these, only one is a distressed property, and it is bank owned with a list price of only $107,900 and 162 days on market.  The other 12 listings range in list price from $175,000 to $935,000 and the days on market range from 12 to 765! 

As we have mentioned on this blog several times, when a property is listed for over 100 days on market, it is very probably priced higher than the market will bear.  When the days on market goes beyond 200, the market is flatly rejecting the list price.

There are two houses under contract in Baywood Village in Palm Harbor for this 30 day period.  Both are distressed property, short sales.  Neither are waterfront homes.  One is listed for $124,000 with 80 days on market.  The other is listed for $149,900 with 244 days on market.

Two homes sold in the past month in Baywood Village. 

332 Westwinds Dr., listed for $159,500 and sold for $155,000 with only 19 days on market.  Seems that at this price the market was willing to accept the price, even though this was a distressed property, bank owned.

335 Crosswinds Dr. listed for $360,000 and sold for $335,000 after only 32 days on market.  Again, the list price reflected the market's willingness to accept a well priced home.

The real estate market may be getting ready to stabilize, however we are not yet ready to say it has.  Prices may continue to decline, although much more slowly than in the past two years, and interest rates are beginning to creep back up, which will erode purchasing power per dollar.

On that happy note, Happy House Hunting.