The latest research shows more Florida property for sale, steady median prices and slower sales. But despite higher listings, supply still falls well short of demand, a situation that looks set to stay in the short term.
Florida property market ends the first quarter of the year with fewer sales, more supply and more expensive real estate. But despite higher inventory, demand remains high from both in-state and out-of-state buyers.
The rise in interest rates has led to an increase in supply throughout the country. Discover where there are most homes for sale in the US right now and the market trends accompanying the upticks.
Florida real estate looks set for a strong performance this year on the back of continued appeal as a relocation destination and affordable housing. Discover which areas are hotspots and the new trends to expect in 2023.
The Florida real estate market shows signs of the times inventory levels start to shift upwards. However, house prices continue to rise and time to contract remains brisk. Read the full picture.
The Florida real estate market saw slower sales, but much higher prices in April. Demand continued to surge, although buyers faced short supply. Find out what this means for the rest of the year.
In a context of rising real estate values, Tampa house prices have more than tripled since 2000, bringing the Florida metro to 8th place nationally. On the cards for 2022? More increases.
What's the best way to bag a deal in the current US real estate market? Pay for your purchase entirely in cash, a method that has up to four times more chances of success than any others. Find out why.
Florida property market shows no sign of slowing down in 2022 as figures for January reveal higher prices, more sales and lower supply. Discover the full picture.
5 Florida metros rank in the top 10 commercial real estate markets in the US with Southwest Florida taking 3 of the positions. Discover which commercial sectors perform best and why Florida does commercial so well.
The latest figures for the Florida housing market show more new listings and slower sales in July. Both could indicate that Florida property is back on the path to normality.
The Florida property market saw sales and prices skyrocket in April while inventory levels plummeted. Read on to discover the figures and why the market is going next.
Price hikes, lower inventory levels and fast sales in September set the tone for an unusually busy autumn for the US property market. Competition for homes will be fierce and many buyers will not be able to purchase the property they want. As a result, opportunities for buy-to-let investment will open up even further.
The long-awaited figures for the Florida property market in Q2 2020 show a mixed bag. On the one hand, median prices rose as did pending sales, but on the other, supply plummeted. The lack of available single-family homes leads experts to augur strong bidding wars over the next few months.
Even during stay-at-home recommendations, the US real estate market has continued to show signs of strength. Despite fewer listings and a slowdown in the time taken to sell property, house prices keep rising. Median prices for May registered the highest ever.
Property in the Sunshine State notched up another rise in February, the 98th monthly increase in a row. It was a particularly busy month for the Florida real estate market with both condos and single-family homes posting impressive sales figures and price rises. March too looked busy as new pending sales for all types of property registered double-digit increases.