PALM BEACH COUNTY REAL ESTATE MARKET REPORTS – March 2019

The Realtors of the Palm Beaches and Greater Fort Lauderdale – and our state-level counterpart Florida Realtors – have released their market reports for March of 2019. Here is our analysis! 



The first notable: Sellers of higher-end homes did in fact get more realistic and reduced their pricing to more appropriate levels – market supporting.  As we predicted, homes started to sell as a result.    

How do we know this?  

First (and the easier factor to spot): the inventory went down in terms of homes over $1,000,000.  

Second: Further data to support this is that the “average sales” for all of Palm Beach County increased at a higher rate than did the median sales price.  This indicates that we had sales of higher-end homes!


Overall, the market analysis for this month indicates a more typical – more stable – market… and we really needed that!   

Buyers need this to know this is a good time to buy – that they are not overpaying – and that the market supports the  pricing in which we are operating.



The $400,000 to $500,000 price point moved from a buyers’ market to a balanced market. All other market segments (from our report last month) stayed about the same.  However, the number of months of inventory improved again – supporting the fact that we are in a more stable environment for all!

 

Contact us at (561) 571-2289 – or via amyandnoreen@allaboutfloridahomes.com – if we can provide you with any additional market data that will help inform your decisions! We are here to help – with no obligation.

 

 

 

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