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Market Conditions in Broward County : Real Estate Advice

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Tue Aug 18, 2015
Paul Saperstein answered:
I would be willing a do a Comparative Market Analysis of your home. Then stop by and go over everything and tell you a reasonable price that you should expect. Please call me to set up an appointment 561-251-5296.

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Wed May 9, 2012
Kevin Berman answered:
In some places I beleive yes...

Feel free to call me to discuss.

Thank You

Steve Kravitz - 3226918
Certified Distressed Property Expert
Bankers Realty Services, Inc.
211 SW 2 Street #F
Fort Lauderdale, FL 33301
(954)302-8677 Direct & eFax (305)785-8588 Mobile
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Fri Dec 27, 2013
Mott Marvin Kornicki answered:

My estimate is between 750K and 7M

Here is a decent IDX link that will reveal those homes
that meet your criteria.

Both Intracoastal and canal fronts are listed. I found 92 properties, but only a handful
are deep-water. Many are in need of repair and a few are short-sales.

Best to work with a Local Expert and eliminate those properties that are stale or otherwise
really not worth pursuing.

8811 Harding Avenue | Surfside, Florida 33154
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Fri May 4, 2012
Adam Ehlmann answered:
Excellent! Plantation Acres is traditionally a very strong neighborhood and it shows in the numbers:

43 active listings from $292,000 all the way up to $5.9mil.
of these, only 5 are short sales and no foreclosures.
19 homes have sold in the past 6 months from $210,000 up $1.175mil
Sellers got 95% of their asking price.
12 homes are currently pending sale

If you'd like more information or would like help finding a home here or elsewhere, please contact me directly.

Adam Ehlmann
Florida Elite Homes
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Wed Apr 27, 2011
gabriel palotas answered:
Yes my mother is planning a garage sale in Pompano Beach we can all use the help.
Melinda I just could not resist but i meet a lot of decorators on such events and the occasional realtor. A bargain is a bargain. We make garage sales a weekend activity. We meet nice people and oh yes it is practically a social event. You are smiling and that is a good sign.

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Tue Apr 2, 2013
gabriel palotas answered:
Coral Springs a typical 3 /2 pool 2 car garage house rents from $1500 -$1800 PM
A typical condominium 2/2 rents from $800.-1000 PM

Coral Springs is a family oriented community with great schools. The demand for homes is strong and on the average they rent within 30 days coming on the market.
Condos take more time they cannot compete with the versatility of a home , townhouses or the the typical rental units which allow pets and have a no association to slow the application process.
They could stay on the market for at least 45 days unless they are priced bellow market and attract a tenant who is price motivated and usually without children.
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Fri May 6, 2011
Karen Donohue answered:
$265,000 approximately according to a comparable market report. If you are interested in more information, please contact me directly.

Thank you,
Karen Donohue
Coral Shores Realty
(954) 914-8085
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Tue Jun 14, 2011
Nadine Mauro answered:
Hi Rob,

I come up with approximately 6900 units.

Nadine Mauro
Highlight Realty
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Thu Nov 22, 2012
Ruth Klein answered:
I cam e up with 13. There are various names to the different subdivisions such as Farnham and Newport etc, but pulling up Century Village, Deerfield I found 13
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Sat Aug 6, 2011
Allan Erps answered:
Price it incorrectly a very long time! A good listing Agent will advise and position your home for a quicker sale. Of course updates and improvemnts help as well!
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Wed Jan 26, 2011
Mott Marvin Kornicki answered:
Jada-Gucci- try the Broward County Public Records at htto:/www,

Look up property address or owner name and the data should be readily visible.

786-229-7999 ~ Miami, FL • U$a
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Wed Oct 2, 2013
Desare Kohn-Laski answered:
You can find this information on Simply search for the property by address and look at the tax bills.
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Tue Oct 12, 2010
Paul Straub answered:
If you listen to anything the media says, "Sales have been on the decline for about 5 years". They report, "The market has never been slower since the early 1960s'".
Well if there are less sales than there have been in 50 years, wouldn't that indicate a buyers market? When sellers are desparate, isn't that the time to buy? Isn't it a great time for buyers to take advantage?
Prices appear to have bottomed out or at least are on slow decline. Cash investors are buying the best properties within a week of the properties hitting the market.
If you have an experienced Realtor, it can make all the difference in the end. Call forThe "Paul's Picks", that match your criteria and price point. See 3-4 in one trip and make a decision based on current information and trends.
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Sun Jun 3, 2012
Nadine Mauro answered:
Hi Jerry,

I'm checking it. Do you have a specific question about Parkland?
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Fri Oct 26, 2012
Stefanie Cohen PA, ABR, SFR answered:
Have you tried searching on the Broward County Property Appraisers website?

Let me know if you have any luck with that.
Best regards,
Stefanie Cohen
Prudential Florida Realty
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Fri Apr 9, 2010
Tobias Kaiser, Cips answered:

3700 Galt is an oceanfront building (a stone's throw from my office actually).

Are you looking for one specific sale, or would you like to get an idea what prices the most recent sales have fetched?


Tobias Kaiser, MS, CIPS
Certified International Property Specialist
Greater Fort Lauderdale Real Estate Broker + Consultant
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Mon Nov 15, 2010
Eric Michael Abrams - California Real Estate Broker answered:
There's little that can be done but time. Though, the reputation of Realtors has suffered greatly over the last few years, and in many cases that's been for good reason.

I think increasing confidence within consumers that Realtors are are ethical, are looking out for their client's best interests, and are more concerned with their client's happiness than with their own commissions will go a very far way.

I've attempted to do this, within my own practice. I've always taken an "easy-come, easy-go" attitude. I truly want what's best for my client. I love real estate and I want to help people. I also love houses, building dreams, the construction process, photography, finance, and everything else that's involved in this career.

Maybe that sounds bit of "a line," but in my case it's true. I think people can sense passion, and without pointing any fingers, many Realtors appear to be concerned about one thing and one thing only: MONEY!

Times are tough. That, I'll grant you and I must put food on the table for myself, and for my family. But, I also must be able to sleep at night too.

Right now, too many people see Realtors as having taken advantage of uneducated home owners, and many did, not all, and probably not even a majority, but a very large number.

So, what I personally feel we can each do, to help stabilize the market is nothing but what I've described above. When the unemployment rate starts to recover and people have more money in their pockets, that will be when we'll start seeing a rebound.

Right now, though, I'd ask the question: why do we want to increase demand? Why do we want to pressure the buyer into buying now, when they're afraid? Who are we really trying to serve by doing so, our own pocket books or the best interests of our clients and the public at large?

The market will rebound on it's own regardless of what Realtors do or do not do, there's no doubt about that, but the most important thing right now is making sure that we all take a good look in the mirror and are in this career for the right reasons. After some soul searching, we can then go back out and be ready to help those clients that are looking now, and those clients that will be looking in the future.

Trying to manipulate the market or bring buyers or sellers into the market, kicking and screaming will not benefit anyone, and it goes against the moral and ethical obligations we as Realtors have to our clients.

Truth be told, demand is where it should be all things considered. We have an economy that's barely afloat, and needs time to heel. So to does the American public. They need time to financially heal, and when they do, they'll be back. So, now is the time to prepare and be ready.

My humble two-cents on the matter,
Eric M. Abrams
California Real Estate Broker
DRE #R01862927
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Thu Jul 8, 2010
Eric Michael Abrams - California Real Estate Broker answered:

Yes, its a very difficult issue with no easy answers. Obama is attempting to dismantle large organizations, whose failure, could spell disaster for an economy.

Unfortunately BofA is so intertwined with the U.S. Economy, it's very difficult to take action against them. We live in a country that offers tremendous protections for large corporations, as well as for average citizens.

This is what makes our Country great. Unfortunately, as you've pointed out, those same laws can often work in ways that protect companies, which operate in ways that provide little benefit to the public.

In the future, we'll likely see this change, as the entire financial industry is being overhauled. But, it will take many years to do so, and we're only scratching the surface.

I hear your frustrations loud and clear, as do many others, and it's something that's mentioned on news networks hourly. But, it took us many years to get to this point, and the odds are it will take many years for us to move on to a more "mature" and modern financial system with greater protections for consumers.

The credit card overhaul that is going into effect, is one example, which will limit the power of banks to arbitrarily raise rates. But, that's one minor piece of a massive puzzle. Though, as more and more pieces of the puzzle are put in place, we'll start to have a picture of what our future financial sector will look like.

It is my sincere hope that that picture is much prettier than the one we're currently staring in the face of.

Eric M. Abrams
CA DRE# R01862927
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Tue Jan 5, 2010
Dennisco52 answered:
Hi Linda , we don't have a listing in Lakewood are U and Agent.?
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Mon Apr 5, 2010
Kamal Salim answered:
Hello Diana

East of 95, and by the beach, you see mostly people moving from nearby neighborhoods, and 2nd group is from northern Florida. We are talking about buyers not renters of course. On the west side, say Weston, Sunrise and Miramar, we have a lot of new Venezuelan and Colombian leading the group of South American buying in that area.
If you need specifics, please contact me : or call 786-290 5445
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