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Our goal is to share with you invaluable information about buying and selling homes in Miami, Florida. In addition to being able to search the Multiple Listing Services for the latest single family homes, townhouse and condo listings, you can set up an email Listing Alert system that will keep you up to date whenever there is a new home for sale that fits your profile. Visit our listings section to see our recent home listings and featured property section that contains number of special listings like REO's, foreclosures, bank-owned real estate & short-sale listings. If you are an investor or custom home builder, you can also search for vacant land, multi-family residential units, and commercial real estate listings using the Advanced Search.

HOME OWNERS!

Preparing your home prior to putting up the For Sale sign is important. It's imperative that potential buyers are able to see themselves living in this house. I will give you pointers on things to do to make your house sell quicker and for more money... learn more

 

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HOME BUYERS!

We will take the time to explain the entire buying process, from selection to closing, so that you're comfortable before we begin. Use our Property Search to see all the properties available through the local MLS that meet your criteria... learn more

 

PALM BEACH FLORIDA NEW CONSTRUCTION

PALM BEACH FLORIDA NEW CONSTRUCTION

The biggest challenge to today’s housing market is the shortage of housing inventory for sale. A normal market would see a six-month supply of homes for sale. Currently, that number is below four months. This is the major reason home prices have continued to appreciate at higher levels than historic averages. The good news is that builders are now starting to build more homes in lower price ranges.  Builder Confidence is Up The Housing Market Index from the National Association of Home Builders (NAHB) reveals that builder confidence increased last month. HousingWire quoted NAHB Chief Economist Robert Dietz about the reason for the increase in confidence amongst builders. “The HMI measure of future sales conditions reached its highest level since June 2005, a sign of growing consumer confidence in the new home market. Especially as existing home inventory remains tight, we can expect increased demand for new construction moving forward.” Builders are Meeting the Needs of Today’s Purchaser Builders are not only jumping into the market – they are doing a better job of matching current demand. The Wall Street Journal recently reported: “I...

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