The Hub of Bay County

Panama City Beach

White sanded beaches and emerald waters are what makes Panama City Beach real estate so attractive. Panama City Beach settled into a community in the 1800’s, but it wasn’t officially founded until 1936. Abundant with fish, the area attracted early settlers—Native Americans—and legend has it that later, Pirates paraded the area, hoarding treasure on Shell Island. Click Here to Read More About Panama City Beach.

Panama City Beach Homes for Sale | By the Numbers

Average Price $938K
Lowest Price $190K
Highest Price $12.3M
Total Listings 619
Avg. Days On Market 124
Avg. Price/SQFT $489

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Panama City Beach Florida

East of Rosemary Beach and Inlet Beach Florida, Panama City Beach also offers an array of white sand dunes, sea oats and emerald waters, but has a more bustling pulse than 30A. Panama City Beach is home to marinas, miniature golf parks, museums, water activities, wildlife sanctuaries, and more.

The hub of Bay County, Panama City Beach is special for its sub-tropical climate, and an average of 320 days of sunshine a year. And perhaps dolphins enjoy the sun, as one of the largest concentrations of bottlenose dolphins in the world lives in the waters of Panama City Beach their home.

With the arrival of Pier Park, Panama City Beach was redefined. Pier Park is a 900,000 sq ft family shopping and entertainment complex, designed in a colorful, Carribean style. Pier Park includes quality national and local retailers and dining, as well as festival-type opportunities for children.

The 2010 opening of the Northwest Florida Beaches International Airport—serving Southwest and Delta airlines—hopes to open the area to international visitors and culture. The airport claims the title of “America’s Greenest Airport.”

Experience why Southern Living ranked Panama City Beach as its #4 Best Beach Destination.

Art. Beauty. Provenance.