Posted on April 25th, 2012 by Holly & Bob Catania
Posted In: Regional Articles
A new report was just published regarding home sales in the Greater Fort Lauderdale area of South Florida. This new report shows price increases in Fort Lauderdale and according to the article:
According to the Miami Association of Realtors, the median sales price of single-family homes during March in Broward County was $180,009, up eight percent compared to March 2011.
The median sales price for condominiums increased 7.1 percent to $75,100 compared to a year prior. Broward County condominium prices have increased 14 out of the last 15 months.
The average sales price for total single-family homes increased 4.1 percent, from $255,335 to $265,754. The average sales prices for condominiums rose 17.4 percent, from $109,338 in March 2011 to $128,319 last month.
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