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Casey Key

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If You're Thinking of Selling, Good Things Are Happening!

  • Pent-up buyer demand is strong, as more and more buyers are returning to the market to purchase homes.
  • There is an influx of baby boomers retiring to Sarasota to enjoy sunshine, a leisure lifestyle and our favorable weather.
  • Many affluent residents are relocating from high-tax Northern States such as New York, New Jersey, Connecticut, Illinois and Michigan to enjoy Sarasota and Florida’s highly favorable tax climate.
  • Residents tired of densely-populated urban areas after COVID-19, are looking for a healthier, more secure lifestyle in communities such as Sarasota.
  • With the #1 ranked beaches in the U.S., and a reputation as the arts and cultural gem of Florida’s West Coast, our
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No matter where you are in Florida and up the east coast of the United States, chances are pretty good that you'll see some level of weather from Hurricane Dorian.

Below is a link for the Sarasota County Hurricane Preparedness website, which contains information about closures, sandbag distribution and more. Each county may have different protocol in place, so please check your county Emergency Services website for more information.

Please stay safe through this holiday weekend and into next week.

CLICK HERE FOR SARASOTA COUNTY HURRICANE PREPAREDNESS INFORMATION

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Florida's Southwest coast has been in the news lately due to the recent red tide bloom, and it's been cause for great concern for both residents and tourists. 

Red tide has been occurring in this area and other areas across the globe for hundreds of years and generally lasts for just a few weeks. But this particular round of red tide, caused by higher-than-normal concentration of a microscopic alga named Karenia brevis, has been more severe and has lasted much longer than usual.

Governor Rick Scott has declared a state of emergency for seven counties most affected by the red tide - Sarasota, Charlotte, Manatee, Collier, Hillsborough, Lee, and Pinellas. The Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission has sent teams of biologists and

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National Relaxation Day is observed annually on August 15th.  It is time to slow down, unwind and relax!

National Relaxation Day is an important day as we all need a break from the fast-paced and often hectic lifestyles we live. Taking time to recuperate and rejuvenate our tired minds and bodies may help prevent many health risks.  Like the founder of this day suggested, too much work can make us sick, run down, tired and that’s just wrong.  

But he was right! It has been proven that stress can be harmful to our health, both mentally and physically.  Most doctors will agree that finding ways to relax and finding ways to reduce stress will improve overall health.

What is your favorite relaxation activity?

  • Reading a book
  • Fishing with a
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Red tide continues to affect our coastal areas, killing hundreds of fish and causing respiratory irritation for many individuals. 

The Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission posts regular updates for areas affected by red tide. Click here for more info.

The FFWCC also has a FAQ page that addresses everything from why red tide occurs to swimming safety to eating seafood in an area affected by red tide. Click here for answers regarding red tide.

Hopefully this red tide bloom will not last long so we can enjoy our local beaches and fish and wildlife can flourish!

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The National Weather Service is monitoring a system in Caribbean that is expected to move into the Gulf of Mexico. Forecasters say there is only a small chance it could develop into a tropical depression. Locally heavy rain is expected across the state regardless of whether the system strengthens. So keep those umbrellas handy!

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