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Market Conditions in Broward County : Real Estate Advice

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Wed Jun 6, 2012
Ian Wolinsky answered:
Rental demand is high depending upon which zip code you are looking in; end users on the beach 33019 are mostly seasonal Canadiens and Europeans escaping the cold, further west 33021 is more single family with a mix of condos as well..

As a hyper local realtor in Hollywood I can assist you with any further questions you may have. feel free to contact me direct via any of my social media sites, as I share info @ the area on a daily basis

Ian Wolinsky
The Keyes company
786-587-0665
Ianwolinsky@ Keyes.com
FB@the gourmet realtor
Web: ianwolinsky.keyes.com
Twitter@ the gourmet realtor
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Thu May 9, 2013
Fedaa El-Dosougi answered:
Listings take up to 6 months depending on the area and price asked vs the value of the property and competing properties . Closing takes min. 60 days even for cash offers. If you are interested in listing a home, please contact me directly to discuss what my group offers for loyal customers to make sure the property we commit to sell is valued and listed at most competitive price in the right market.
Fedaarealtor@comcast.net
(954) 422-3182
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Mon Sep 22, 2014
Annette Lawrence answered:
GRC,
Yes....and No.
Your question is on the front of the mind of every home owner and buyer.
On my blog I have created charts showing both price and SP/SF for communities in Dunedin and Palm Harbor, Fl. 40% of these communities show attributes of increasing value. The others are establishing bottom are still seeking. It will be a community dependent question.

Consult a real estate professional for the details regarding the communities in which you have interest. Data from aggregate websites and national trends are of NO value in this regard.

If you are serious about a home purchase or sale, you need to call a pro.

Best of success to you.
Annette Lawrence
Broker/Associate
ReMax Realtec Group
Palm Harbor, FL
727.420. 4042
www.MyListingbook.Listingbook.com
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Tue Jul 3, 2012
Claudio & Robyn Petasne answered:
Dear Phil,

There are great opportunities not too far from the beach. Give us a call so we may consult with you and find exactly what you're looking for. We're 32 year residents in South Florida and we love helping people find their dream home.

You can reach us at 954-260-5570 or 954-770-6850.

Sincerely,

Claudio Petasne, PA
Claudio & Robyn Petasne Real Estate Team
"The Key To Your Real Estate Needs"
954-260-5570 | 954-770-6850
Find Properties: www.FortLauderdale-HomeValues.com

Keller Williams Realty
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Thu May 10, 2012
Barbara Easton-Irvin answered:
Hello: It appears that no one can perdict the future especially as far as the economy goes? It does seem that our real estate market is starting to pick up a bit. I have noticed a slight increase in the price of the properties coming on the market. A top economist for the National Association of Realtors said the other day that he does not think that the banks are going to flood the market with the "shadow inventory of foreclosure" due to the fact that if they did it would only drive prices lower than they already are. If you are ready to start your search for a new home here at the beach I would be happy to assist you. I am a full-time top producing agent with Atlantic Properties International here in Ft. Lauderdale. You can contact me any time.

Barbara Easton-Irvin
Atlantic Properties International
954-740-7855
FloridaLiving4U@yahoo.com

*Check out my website at: http://www.FortLauderdaleHomes4U.net
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Wed Jul 11, 2012
Gary Carter answered:
They are all very safe communities.
The farther west you go, the newer the community.
Newer communities have more features.
I believe they ALL have numerous hot tubs, but we can check and confirm.
Nice to hear you are coming to Florida - Broward County has so much to offer!
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Sat May 5, 2012
allan erps,ABR,SFR answered:
"These Condos" mean nothing to anybody if you do not identify to what you are referring to.........
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Sat May 5, 2012
Wayne Solomon, P.A. answered:
I work with many investors in the Broward County areas. They are buying in a few areas of Fort Lauderdale and they buy a lot in Coral Springs. So I would say yes as all my investors are purchasing to hold and rent out rather then flipping.

Wayne Solomon, P.A.| Sales Associate
Coldwell Banker Residential Real Estate
2301 Glades Road|Boca Raton, FL, 33431
P: 561-994-8886 X5911| C: 954-668-5498
E: Wayne.Solomon@floridamoves.com
W: www.floridamoves.com/wayne.solomon
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Sun Apr 15, 2012
Angela Schrager answered:
It's an excellent time to buy anything down here in South Florida - mortgage rates are at an all time low, and properties are priced aggressively to sell. We're seeing regular sellers competing with the distressed properties so you're able to select from everything on the market, not just foreclosures and short sales.

If you're not already working with a Realtor, I'd love to help you find the perfect condo in Fort Lauderdale - there are some super choices. Just let me know what your criteria is.

Best of luck!

Angela
Villa G Realty, Inc.
Tel: 954-816-7996
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Tue Feb 11, 2014
Alma Kee answered:
Short Sales with "ficticious" asking prices are to blame for the misconception.

We need to ask NAR to prohibit any Short Sale listings on the MLS until/if at least the 1st mortgage lender has approved the Seller and the price!

It would alleviate a lot of needless waste of buyers and Reatlor's time and would also prevent prices from sliding down further.

Wouldn't it be nice to not have to explain all of the pitfalls and "ficticious" short sale listing prices?
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Thu Feb 7, 2013
Edyta Gryc answered:
The assessed value does not always reflect the market value. When it comes to purchase you should focus on CMA-what similar properties were sold for in the last 3-6 months.
In cases where homeowners filed for a homestead exemption-The Save Our Homes cap limits increases in assessed value of Homesteaded properties to no more than 3% per year -- regardless of how much more the properties increase in market value. ... more
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Mon Dec 2, 2013
Carmen G Munoz answered:
Hello,
It is not really difficult if is a genuine Renter who is willing to provided proof of income, credit Report, and background records. That is why it is important to work with a Realtor who can qualified the Renter for you before you get an offer.
Regards,

Carmen G. Munoz, P.A.
Lic. Realtor
Beachfront Realty
305-519-3626
www.realtorcarmeng.com
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Mon Apr 16, 2012
Esther Templin answered:
Prices are most definitely going up in many areas and have stabilized in other areas. We are not seeing too many major price reductions anymore. The bottom has come and gone. Now is the time to buy! ... more
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Mon Sep 24, 2012
Carlo Destine answered:
Hi,

Yes, there are investment properties in Plantation and other places in Broward County where I am. It depends on what you are looking for , single family homes, townhouses, condos and the price you want to pay.

Please contact me for more details at

CarloTheRealtor@gmail.com
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Fri Mar 23, 2012
Nadine Mauro answered:
Hi Nermin,

What is the address of the property you are interested in? Without knowing the address and community it's hard to give you an answer.
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Fri Feb 8, 2013
Andre Shambley answered:
Thanks for your inquiry. Last year we sold a one bedroom fully furnished unit at 400 Leslie Dr for $73k. I'd love to view the updates you've done to your unit and see how it compares. Leslie drive condos are a great value for buyers seeking waterfront. Give me a call to set up an appointment to discuss price. 786-704-8482.

Andre'
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Mon Apr 2, 2012
My NC Homes Team answered:
Of course they do, the question is really do you? You need to be an expert in your industry after-all that's why people come to us. You need to know your market inside out and be able to immediately add value to the transaction if given the opportunity. Consumers will buy when they feel confidant, and feel that their working with someone who cares about them, and will look out for their best interests. If they feel that their agent is mainly worried about the next paycheck they have no reason to feel confidant about their agent or the market. Finally you need to understand we have no control over anything but our attitudes and actions. We can't control the job market, we can't control what the talking heads on TV say, we can combat misinformation with timely, local and accurate information. This is what give consumers the confidence to move forward. ... more
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Sat May 5, 2012
Nicole Marks Mason answered:
Hi Darren. I don't think the real estate market will be stabilized in Broward County or anywhere in South Florida for a long time. Until the economy improves significantly and the huge inventory of foreclosures and short sales are depleted, prices will continue to drop. However, that being said, homes are selling for fair market value. Price your home fairly it sells. Price it high it won't sell.

Nicole Marks Mason, Realtor
www.buysellboca.com
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Mon Dec 29, 2014
Bonnie Kaufman answered:
Hi.. I checked with my local builder and they have asked if you can narrow the block so we can determine the size and type of home in order to give you a more informed answer. thanks.... Bonnie Kaufman
www.BonnieKaufman.me
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Wed May 7, 2014
Heath Coker answered:
Find an experienced local broker, although few re-sell timeshares where I am on Cape Cod. You will find that time shares are not easy to value or re-sell. Look in the public record to see if any have been sold or better re-sold in the last year. That will tell you about activity and you might be able to tell who helped with the sale. call that person/agent/attorney/title company. ... more
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