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South Florida Real Estate Statistics December 2022

South Florida Real Estate Report – December 2022

Closed Sales Down 42%, Median Prices Up 3.9% in December There were only 2,619 single family home sales in South Florida (Miami, Fort Lauderdale and West Palm Beach) in December,

Fort Lauderdale Day Trips

Great Day Trips from the Fort Lauderdale Area

Fort Lauderdale is such a great place to live and visit. It definitely has some of the best beaches, restaurants and shopping for sure. You may be completely happy spending

Fort Lauderdale Real Estate Market Watch

April 2021 – Fort Lauderdale Market Watch

Unprecedented Demand Keeps Inventory at Historic Lows Listing inventory continues to tighten as we experienced a historically high number of sales in the month of March. Supply has consistently tightened

Real Estate Listing Agent

Is It Time To Sell?

For many property owners, it’s the perfect time to sell Everybody’s situation is different, but for many property owners this is an ideal time to sell your home or condo

Zoom Real Estate Meeting

We Have The Technology

One of the reasons we enjoy the real estate business so much is that we love interacting with our customers. Part of our job is to build rapport and create

By The Sea Realty Fort Lauderdale Office

IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT: We Have Moved Our Office

After many wonderful years on the corner of Sea Grape Drive and Commercial Boulevard in Lauderdale-by-the-Sea we have decided to relocate our real estate office. The good news is that

Preparing for a Hurricane

Yes it’s that time of year again and we find ourselves in another hurricane season. If you are new to the area or if you find yourself visiting during an

Manatee Season in Fort Lauderdale

Manatee Season 2018 in South Florida

The Manatee Season in Broward County runs November 15th to March 31st Its that time of year again where our favorite waterway inhabitants begin their annual migration. Manatee season starts

Hurricanes and the Real Estate Market

It has been a tough hurricane season so far. Hurricane Irma was the most intense storm to hit South Florida since Wilma in 2005. Irma forced the largest evacuation in

Interest Rates to Remain Low For Now

In a not so surprising announcement by US Federal Reserve Chairman Janet Yellen, the Fed is indicating that an interest rate hike after its April meeting is not likely. This should