Citrus County Real Estate Lawyer

As a Citrus County real estate law firm, the Law Offices of Stephen K. Hachey handles a wide variety of legal issues relating to residential and commercial real estate transactions including foreclosure defense, short sales, loan modifications, deed in lieus, landlord/tenant disputes, and title insurance.

Citrus County real estate law encompasses state statutes and laws, which can often be complicated and intimidating. Stephen K. Hachey is an experienced Citrus County real estate lawyer dedicated to assisting individuals and businesses in connection with real estate transactions of all types. As a Citrus County real estate attorney, Stephen K. Hachey can help explain laws and regulations that govern any and all activity dealing with residential or commercial real estate.

Stephen K. Hachey, an experienced Citrus County real estate attorney, can help protect buyers and sellers from making costly mistakes and ensure that your Citrus County real estate transaction adheres to the applicable rules of Florida and Citrus County.

Citrus County Real Estate statistics as of 2nd Quarter 2011 :

Market values have continued to erode in Citrus County while volume has remained relatively stable. Values declined in the second quarter of this year at a greater pace than in 2010 although not as significantly as 2009. The bullet points below detail some of the notable findings in the report. The numerical designations for the areas are based on data from the Citrus County Association of Realtors.

  • For the entire county, residential volume was flat (2010 Q2 was 644; 2011 Q2 was 645).
  • 2011 marked the 4th straight double-digit loss in average sales price and the 3rd straight loss in median sales price.
  • Area 8 (Hernando) saw an increase in the average sales price (+11%) and median price (+2%).
  • Volume increased from 71 to 91 (2010 Q2 to 2011 Q2).
  • Area 19 (Homosassa)-the average sale price was $406,187 in 2005 Q2 and declined to $151,083 in 2011.
  • Area 21 (Lecanto/Homosassa)-values declined 26% in average sales price and 34% in median sales price.
  • Beverly Hills had a 5th consecutive double digit decline in average and median sales price.
  • In 2005 the average sales price was $97,057 and dropped to $44,455 in 2011.