Blog Posts in January, 2015

  • Florida features condo deals in residential real estate market

    Imagine the possibility of purchasing a luxury condominium in South Florida complete with two bathrooms and two bedrooms overlooking a pristine golf course. Then imagine purchasing this slice of paradise for just $1. This is a possibility in today's Florida residential real estate market. Multiple condos are currently listed for $1 to just $900 in the area of Palm Beach County. It may be appealing ...
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  • Residential real estate market thriving, drawing more agents

    An increasing quantity of sales and rising prices are just a couple of signs that the real estate market in Florida is rejuvenated. Yet another sign of the success of Florida's residential real estate market is that more people are becoming real estate agents. The increase started in 2012 and has been growing since then. Last year, more than 24,100 people were able to pass the Florida state ...
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  • East Florida to see a burst in commercial real estate

    In the central and eastern part of Florida, the real estate market is expected to heat up in 2015. People will likely see a huge growth in commercial real estate development, leading to extra office space and restaurants. In addition, more medical facilities, retailers and boutique condominiums are expected to sprout up, specifically in the area of Brevard County. Part of the reason for this real ...
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  • Florida commercial real estate market slated to grow in 2015

    Industry researchers indicate that 2015 will likely be a promising year for South Florida's real estate market. The commercial real estate market, in particular, is slated to grow. Florida's gross domestic product was at a high at the end of 2014, revealing that the state's economy is relatively healthy compared with those of other states. Retail sales in Florida are currently higher than the ...
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  • Florida residential real estate appeal seems to be increasing

    For those interested in buying properties in Florida, the new year appears to be promising. Several investors entered the state's residential real estate market years ago during the recession that began in 2008, but, now, price increases are beginning to slow down. As a result, investors are expected to soon begin selling off the homes they purchased in bulk during this period. The average value ...
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