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Residential development continues to surge in South Florida


After a few previous posts here have noted a couple of reports that may indicate a bit of a cool-down in the South Florida real estate market, a new report seems to point to a market that is surging in the recovery from the downturn of 2007. According to the report, residential development in the local market is booming, especially when it comes to condo construction.

Is the slowdown in rising home prices in South Florida a problem?


With autumn right around the corner most people throughout the country are probably looking forward to the weather cooling off. While that may not be the case in always sunny South Florida, there is one thing that seems to be cooling off in the local area: the residential real estate market.

Will residential development be hindered by rising sea levels?


Many of our South Florida readers probably take advantage of the fact that they live within minutes of some of the most beautiful beaches in the world. But is the proximity of the ocean going to cause a problem for residential property in the local area sooner rather than later? According to a recent report, the answer may just be "Yes."

Report shows slowdown in the rise of South Florida home prices


By now most of our readers are getting quite used to seeing continuous reports about how well the residential real estate market in South Florida is recovering. After all, negative news about this sector of the local market is few and far between, and what negatives there are often only arise after someone reads between the lines. But, that may be just the case in a new report about South Florida home prices.

Hard to know what to expect with South Florida real estate


Most of our readers know that buying a home is one of the biggest decisions they will ever make in life. It can be such a financial commitment to own a home that jumping into the residential real estate market without knowing what to expect can leave a prospective buyer's head spinning. With all of the details involved, from negotiating contract terms in real estate agreements to unexpected title issues, it can seem like the whole process takes forever between that exciting period of house hunting to the actual real estate closing. So, for potential buyers and sellers in South Florida, what can they expect?

Checking prices in South Florida as summer buying season arrives

As spring gets ready to give way to summer, there are all kinds of activities that begin to ramp up. Although South Florida usually has beautiful weather year-round, there is still a sense of seasonal change as local residents begin to take part in more summer activities, such as riding motorcycles, camping or just getting the boat out of storage and ready to hit the water. What's another activity that usually hits a high note in the summer? House hunting.

Looking at the affordability of South Florida real estate


Homeownership is supposed to be a major part of the so-called "American Dream." Many of our South Florida readers are either getting ready to buy a home or might be interested in selling, and fortunately for both groups owning a home still has some major positive points for families and individuals in America. But is owning a home becoming a more income-restricted option in the local residential real estate market? According to a recent report, the answer to that question might be "yes."

No end in sight for South Florida residential development


Residential development - specifically condo development - has really begun to ramp in South Florida over the last year or so, and it appears as if there will be no slowing down. A recent report noted that over 200 new condo towers have been proposed throughout Palm Beach County, Broward County and Miami-Dade County. From these numbers, it is obvious that investors and builders see a hotspot and they want to strike while the resurgent residential real estate market is still on the upswing.

What's behind the allure of South Florida real estate?


Most of our readers know that there is more to living in South Florida than sunny days and fun at the beach, and the strength of both the commercial real estate market and the residential real estate market reflect that fact. But some people may be wondering, what exactly is the driving force behind the local area's resurgent market?

Latest data shows continued strength in South Florida market


Many of our South Florida readers are familiar with the Case-Shiller real estate index. The index, which has been referenced in previous posts here, tracks real estate values across a variety of metropolitan areas in America. Most of the monthly reports from this index that focus on the South Florida area have been full of good news for quite a while now. It appears that the positive trend is in no danger of ending any time soon.

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