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Derrick Johnson
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    5user592204

    Mr. Johnson has been very knowledgeble and helpful. When he did not know the answer to a specific question, he promptly acquired the information. I have had experiences with other real estate agnts that simply told me the answer they thought I wanted to... (more)

    5user570090

    Derrick was exactly what we needed in a realtor. He was knowledgeable, respectful of what we asked of him, and most of all, patient. We could not have asked for a better experience--he was terrific.

    When we came to the Fla Keys we did not intend to buy . .... (more)

    5swtashoni

    I have shopped for a "Keys" place for more than 4 years. Spoke to and met with numerous brokers all of whom had their own virtues. Derrick however, made a difference with his willingness to address my ultimate desire for a private mortgage. He negotiated it... (more)

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    Marathon, Florida Keys: Why Houses DO NOT Sell in a Strong Market

    As we approach the end of the year, many homeowners find themselves asking the question, “If we’re currently in a strong real estate market, why won’t my house sell?” Below are the 5 most common reasons why a listing contract will expire: 1. The Price Sometimes when the market is hot, homeowners attempt to set […]

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    BPAS, Marathon and building a new home in the Florida Keys

    Buying a new home in the Florida Keys can be expensive. You may figure it will be easier to just buy a vacant piece of land and build your dream home from scratch. I grew up in a vastly different area, and we could just build pretty much whatever we wanted on our land in […]

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    Further Proof It’s NOT 2008 All Over Again, Marathon, Florida Keys

    Further Proof It’s NOT 2008 All Over Again | MyKCM Home sales numbers are leveling off, the rate of price appreciation has slowed to more historically normal averages, and inventory is finally increasing. We are headed into a more normal housing market. However, some are seeing these adjustments as red flags and are suggesting that […]

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