Miami Condo Sales Plummet 19 Percent Annually in Q3, Yet Prices Increased

Miami Condo Sales Plummet 19 Percent Annually in Q3, Yet Prices Increased

According to the Miami Association of Realtors latest housing market data for the third quarter of 2016, overall single-family sales decreased 6.8 percent year-over-year, from 3,685 to 3,433. Existing condo sales -- which are competing with a robust new construction market -- decreased 19.1 percent year-over-year, from 4,101 transactions to 3,318.

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Five Years Isn’t Enough For Florida Homeowners Under Recent Supreme Court Statute Of Limitations Ruling

Five Years Isn’t Enough For Florida Homeowners Under Recent Supreme Court Statute Of Limitations Ruling

BLOG VIEW: One of the recurring homeowner inquiries addressed over my 20 years as a Florida real estate attorney and distressed housing industry specialist is an Internet rumor that delinquent homeowners can win their homes loan-free if a lender fails to file a foreclosure action within five years from the first defaulted mortgage payment.

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