Miami, Tampa Home Prices Soar
Red-Hot Housing Market Continues To SizzleThe latest numbers from the National Association of Realtors showed pending home sales rose 8.1% in August compared to July.
4 Things You Need To Know About Where The US Housing Market Is HeadedIf you're a real estate agent, odds are you haven't been closing as many deals lately.
S. Fla. Home Prices Up 14.2% Over Last YearHome prices continued to jump in value in May, according to the latest numbers from the Standard & Poor’s/Case-Shiller Home Price Indices.
Consumer Confidence Growing In Sunshine StateThe stock market rocketed higher Tuesday after strong economic indicators showed the American economy continues to move ahead. The economic outlook has sent consumer confidence up nationwide, including in the Sunshine State.
S. Fla. Home Prices Rise 8.5 Percent In October Vs. 2011By now, we know the drill. For homeowners, it's great news. For those looking to buy, it's terrible. Home prices rose again in October, placing South Florida counties in fifth place on a home price index's list of highest annual gains.
Survey Puts Doral At Top In "Average" Florida Home PriceA new survey of home prices based on comparing thousands of 4 bedroom, 2 bathroom homes in more that 2500 communities nationwide found that in Florida, the priciest homes surveyed were not in Coral Gables or Miami Beach, but in the city of Doral.
Home Resales, Prices In South Florida Continue RecoveryDespite a lagging economy, South Florida’s housing market continues to improve. The median price for an existing single-family home in Miami-Dade rose 5.8 percent to $185,000 in October from a year earlier.
Report: Property Values Rise For South Fla. Homeowners South Florida homeowners have something to rejoice about: higher property values.
Third Quarter May Show Growth For Local EconomyAs the global economy continues to sputter, there could be some good news on the horizon for the South Florida economy.
Economy Likely To Trudge Along In Second QuarterThe economic recovery may be years away from ending, but there have been some steady gains in South Florida and across the country that is giving some economists hope heading into the second quarter starting Sunday.