The Palm Beach County housing market saw increases in closed sales and home prices despite experiencing the early stages of the COVID-19 outbreak. Closed sales rose by 2.2 percent year-over-year to 1,554. Median sale price also rose 5.7 percent to … Read More
Home Value are up 4.4% from August 2018. All signs pointing towards a great market to buy and sell. Interest rates are still historically low. On the fence for buying a home, don’t wait. Season is upon us and that … Read More
The Palm Beach County single-family home real estate market report for January 2019 showed a slack in closed sales and a number of other key economic indicators, including new pending sales. In this month’s report, we make predictions on which way the market is headed for the first quarter of 2019.
The Real Estate Market Report for August 2018 for single-family homes in Palm Beach County was a soft seller’s market, but a seller’s market nonetheless. But as we kick off the season in South Florida, the available seller’s inventory will likely be overwhelmed with demand.
Our Real Estate Market Report for single-family homes in Palm Beach County lays out the case for what’s driving the significant buyer demand in mid-range priced homes, and why that’s going to continue inflating median home sale prices for the foreseable future.
As population and construction continue to boom, the first half of 2018 is shaping up to be a stellar year for the single-family home market in Palm Beach County. In this market report covering April and May 2018, we discuss the numbers year-to-date, and look forward to the second half of 2018.
Our Real Estate Market Report for single-family homes in Palm Beach County for March 2018 shows continued upward pressure on median home prices, hitting all time highs at $348,000. But as we explain, buyers have nothing to fret about – the market for buyers and sellers is balanced, and healthy…even as prices continue to rise, as we predict they will. We explain why here!
Our Realtors break down the January 2018 Real Estate Market Report for Palm Beach County to discuss the fact that median home price stability has reached the market, and the $350k+ “New Norm”. We also talk about how single-family homebuyers can still find the home they are looking for in this competitive market.
The first Palm Beach County Real Estate Market Report for 2018 describes slower sales, tighter inventory, and increased median home prices, all of which are strong indicators that we will remain in a seller’s market for the foreseeable future. Here, we have some advice for home buyers and home sellers in the coming year.