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We are often asked how we manage to process multiple projects at the same time, in multiple cities. Here is a hint...
Demand is adapting to recent Market Changes (Interest Rates, Inflation, Prices)
Our areas remain strong in Prices, despite the low sales season
Extreme Low Inventory and increasing Sales Prices are frustrating first home buyers, especially in the low to middle tier price.
Some of the most relevant effects of CoronaVirus, and comps with previous Crisis 08/09 and China
Pending Sales anticipating rough markets ahead. Distressed Market has already reacted.
Florida remains with some of the most attractive cities for foreign investors
Price and Inventory analysis show us how prices can move in 2024.
Dealing with increasing inventory and erratic Median Sales Prices
Why is Inventory Levels so Low? Let's demystify the Trend.
Vey limited New listings. New Constructions are not keeping up with the high demand. Limited Inventory. Prices rocketed.
While infections in FL state are raising, so are Home Prices and Closed Sales
Median Sales Price still raising despite the increase in Inventory
Sales might be rebounding, and Median Prices have change trend.
Labor Stats might show a change in trend for the RE Market
Price Drop or Stagflation? Analysis of the Market and possible outcomes.
Closed Sales are stabilizing, but Inventory is still VERY LOW. Prices are in record levels
Inventory should recover in the next few months, and give some oxygen to Home Prices
Sales are down due to mobility crisis, but appears to be rebounding in May. Prices are up as usual.
Monthly Supply of Inventory is still low, but Inventory is rising