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Boat Show Week!

House prices in Miami Fort Lauderdale and Palm Beach

Boat show week has finally arrived in Fort Lauderdale!  This annual event brings visitors from around the globe to South Florida.  Not only are they looking for boats/yachts, but many visitors are looking at local real estate.  Let’s take a look at some charts of where the South Florida real estate market is at.  Also, if you are looking at property in South Florida, don’t forget to estimate your insurance costs.

Now let’s get started with our chart fest!

Average sale price of Single-Family Homes (September)

  • Miami-Dade – $958,092, down 11% from August
  • Broward –  $655,800, down 3% from August
  • Palm Beach – $794,235, down 2% from August

Boat Show Week and condo prices in South Florida

Average sale price of Condo Properties

  • Miami-Dade – $549,108, down 3% from August
  • Broward – $283,241, down 9% from August
  • Palm Beach – $354,188, down 1% from August

real estate sales boat show week in Fort Lauderdale

Transaction Volume for Single-Family Homes in September

  • Miami-Dade – 1,241
  • Broward – 1,489
  • Palm Beach – 1,450

Condo sales in South Florida

Transaction volume for Condo Properties:

  • Miami-Dade – 1,790
  • Broward – 1,647
  • Palm Beach – 1,380

Housing inventory - real estate bubble

Inventory of Single-Family Homes declined again.  Residential inventory overall is the lowest it has been in a long time during boat show week.  If you are in town to buy property, there isn’t much to chose from in the Miami, Fort Lauderdale,  or Palm Beach markets.

  • Miami-Dade – 2,957
  • Broward – 2,323
  • Palm Beach – 2,370

Boat Show Week Condo supply in Miami, Fort Lauderdale and Palm Beach

Inventory of Condo Properties

  • Miami-Dade – 8,049
  • Broward – 3,712
  • Palm Beach – 2,032

Mortgage rates have made a slight uptick, but still a very long way from “normal” rates.

Mortgage rates during Fort Lauderdale Boat Show

Here is a look at foreclosure activity in Miami, Fort Lauderdale and Palm Beach.  It looks like the number of filings is picking-up quickly in Miami.  Just in case you need another sign that the housing market has turned, take a look at the recent news in house flipping.

Foreclosure filings in Miami, Fort Lauderdale and Palm Beach Florida

This market outlook covers real estate activity in Miami-Dade, Broward and Palm Beach County, Florida.  Here are just a few of the cities in each of these three markets:

  • Miami-Dade – Aventura, Coral Gables, Miami Beach, Hialeah, Sunny Isles Beach, North Miami, Homestead, Doral, Miami Lakes, Downtown Miami, Brickell and Key Biscayne.
  • Broward – Fort Lauderdale, Pompano Beach, Deerfield Beach, Hollywood, Hallandale, Weston, Parkland, Wilton Manors, Oakland Park, Plantation, Cooper City, Davie, Coral Springs, Sea Ranch Lakes, Lauderdale by the Sea and Lighthouse Point.
  • Palm Beach – Delray Beach, Highland Beach, Jupiter, Palm Beach Island, Boynton Beach, Boca Raton, Highland Beach, Palm Beach Gardens, West Palm Beach, Wellington and Lake Worth.