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.
In our last Real Estate Market Report for 2017, we highlight what we know about December, give a big-picture review of all of 2017, and offer some predictions for what to expect for the single-family home real estate market during this coming year.
The residential real estate market in Palm Beach County is heating up again as we move into summer time. Active home buyers, take heed – you will want to get your purchase wrapped up now, because inventory is about to be squeezed, and prices are going to rise.
The real estate market report for February 2017 was relatively slow, with closed sales and median prices logging modest, healthy gains. But there is one market that has met its demise: the foreclosure and short-sale market. The days of distressed properties in Palm Beach County are over.
October was a weird month for South Florida, and it shows in our Real Estate Market Report for Palm Beach County with sluggish sales and listings. Read everything you need to know about buying real estate in today’s market here.
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.