September 2016 turned out to be a great month for home sellers above the $300,000 price levels in Palm Beach County, and it’s shaping up to be a great year for buyers overall. We explain why in this month’s Real Estate Market Report.
The Palm Beach County real estate market report shows closed sales declining year-over-year, but the prices homes are selling are dramatically increasing. Median sale prices are up to $317,250 – more than 11% year-over-year.
The Palm Beach County real estate market is seeing a slowdown in activity for June 2016, but median home prices are skyrocketing to post-crash highs of $320,000. Here, our talented Realtors explain why, and how you as a home buyer or home seller can take advantage of today’s market conditions.
Median home prices increase, as the Palm Beach County real estate market continues to grow at a stabilized rate. Inventory is catching up to the demand among buyers. Read more in our Real Estate Market Report for May 2016.
April 2016 was a month that saw a slowdown in number of transactions, a precipitous drop in cash sales of about -20%, and the highest median home price of $307,125 – the highest recorded since 2008. How stable is the Palm Beach County housing market? Click here to find out in our latest Real Estate Market Report.
The market for real estate on Palm Beach County showed continued strength in January 2016, a historically good month for home sellers and buyers. Median prices and inventory are steady for single-family homes, condos, and townhomes.