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Home Sales Flirting with New Records in Miami-Dade

Home sales flirting with new records in Miami-Dade

Some key real estate records are finally falling again in South Florida.

Prices remain about 40 percent below peaks set in 2006 and about a third of all homes carry loans larger than what they’re worth, but sales have moved very close to new record levels.

Home sales back to boom records levels

This chart tracks a 12-month average of sales of existing single-family homes in Miami-Dade County, as reported by the Miami Association of Realtors. The current monthly average of 1,052 homes per month is just 4 percent below the past peak of 1,093 homes set in June 2004.

To appreciate just how strong of a comeback that represents, consider that in July 2008, the monthly average hit just 330 homes. That was a 70 percent plunge — a depressed market in crisis by any measure.

While the overall sales level remains just below peak, some months have already set new records. In 2013, February, May and July all posted record sales. The August numbers are set to be released Sept. 19.

Read more here: http://www.miamiherald.com/2013/09/04/3605396/home-sales-flirting-with-new-records.html#storylink=cpy

I hope you find this information useful. I’m here to assist you with all your South Florida real estate. Contact me at (305) 329-4929 or [email protected]

Written by Michael Solovay | Discussion: 5 Comments »

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