From record-setting market numbers to new community developments, South Florida Agent magazine’s local coverage tracked all the breaking news. Check out the hometown stories which most interested our South Florida readers.
Home values on the Treasure Coast — St. Lucie County, Indian River County and Martin County — are booming. This surge is caused by new growth in the area economy including an influx of new companies plus out-of-state residents moving to the area.
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Sales have begun for the 100-story tower Waldorf Astoria Residences Miami, 300 Biscayne Boulevard, according to a press release from developer PMG.
Located at 10201 Collins Ave PH #2802, the penthouse offers a unique 5,000-square-foot private rooftop facing east and west, which features a swimming pool, an outdoor kitchen, multiple lounge areas and more.
The dramatic rise in rent that’s come to define 2021 accelerated in July, with Zumper’s National Rent Index rising 7% year over year for one-bedroom apartments and a staggering 8.7% for two-bedroom apartments.
Miami Beach’s exclusive Altos Del Mar neighborhood just got a new resident, Guaranteed Rate CEO Victor Ciardelli, who spent a record $37.5 million on the home and adjacent lot.
Florida homes are selling for more than 17% above their long-term pricing trend according to professors at Florida Atlantic University and Florida International University.
Florida Realtors has begun to advocate for using state and local government housing trust funds for the use it was originally intended, to provide affordable housing.
The John Burns Real Estate Consulting team recently recognized the nation’s top 50 master-planned communities, all which sold at least 437 new homes per community during 2020 — the highest in the company’s 10-year survey history.
Mast Capital acquired a majority of the units at La Costa on Miami Beach for more than $100 million in May before the order to evacuate the unsafe structure.