Here’s to A Lovely LOVE DAY at Home…

c9395154857303d65d6d8d79ebfa43a7Well, Valentine’s Day is here again and restaurants are so booked in South Florida this year, Waffle House has jumped on board to add an option for Love Day Dining…

If you’re like me, the idea of getting dressed up and spending a special date night with your loved one sounds amazing ~ the crowds and wait for a table…   Not so much!

So this year, I am going to skip the dialing for reservations step and get started on thinking of ways to make Valentine’s Day even more special – Right at HOME!

It’s going to be a beautiful day here in Parkland, with morning lows expected to be in the high 40’s, but by afternoon it should be crisp, clear and in the mid to upper 60’s.  So, HMMMMM…

What about a little al fresco dining?  How about setting up a romantic table for two on the 532c3ef6e444eb0633c6bbce61ac5f18patio?  It doesn’t have to be super fancy, although it can be if you like…  But I am thinking of creating a little Italian Cafe feel with a simple red table cloth and table decor to match…

An inexpensive patio table on your patio or balcony will do the trick.  Add a few candles, hurricane lamps or torches to add a romantic glow.  Flowers, a bowl of grapes…  You get the picture!

I am working on a simple yet delicious menu that we can make together, then we can watch a great movie, perhaps.  I will put my personal menu plan below for ideas.

The point is, wherever your living space is, it should be your haven and a place where you can greatly enjoy celebrating the different seasons of life.

We are all about Home being where your Heart is and so we will always help you find ways to make your home your own dream space.  And if you just need more space, or less, or need a ‘change of space’ for whatever reason – call us, of course!  We can help!

Nicola “Nicki” Riettie | Florida Luxury Real Estate Group | 954.708.6841 | nicola@flluxreg.com

Valentine’s Day Dinner Menu at Home

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P.S.  If you would like any of these recipes, just leave me a comment below…

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Moving Day…

moving1Moving can be one of the most stressful things anyone can go through and many of us say at the end of each move – “That’s it!  This is the last time ever!!!”  Hmmmm… Famous last words.

Moving-cities-for-a-new-jobThe truth is, the average family in Florida will move every 10-12 years.  We move for many reasons, lifestyle change being primary.  Whether our family is growing and, as such, outgrowing our home, shrinking, with kids moving away to college or getting married, or we are simply upgrading – we have more than enough cause to move a few times in our lifetime.

Recently, I sat down with our favorite Relocation Specialist, Mary Ann Colton of Armstrong Relocation, to get her top insider tips for making the moving process easier.  Here are her top 12:

  • Donate or sell items you don’t plan to move
  • Remember to send change of address notifications
  • Packing yourself can save some $$
  • If you have children, include them in the planning
  • Discard items that will be dangerous to move, like flammables or fireworks
  • Pick up items you may have at cleaners, repair shop, etc., ahead of time…
  • Schedule your move as far out as possible to ensure capacity
  • Plan to take irreplaceable items with you personally
  • Empty your refrigerator and make sure it is defrosted and dry by moving day
  • Separate any items you do not want movers to pack/move
  • Tour your home with the driver to make sure all items are loaded
  • Use up existing food and supplies you have and try not to buy more till after the move

Our personal favorite tip for stress-free moving is HIRE A GOOD MOVING COMPANY – probably the most important thing you can do to enable you to have a streamlined move moving2and start the process of getting settled into your new space.  Get a referral from a friend or neighbor, try a reputable referral website like Angie’s List (but always check with the Better Business Bureau first) or do some solid research online.  An experienced moving company will definitely make moving day a lot easier.

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Mary Ann Colton Relocation Specialist

For more information on moving tips or if you would like to contact our Mover of Choice, Mary Ann Colton, to discuss or schedule a move, you can find her at Armstrong Relocation and Companies.  They are conveniently located in Pompano Beach, FL, making them the ideal mover for your Parkland, FL move.  They also offer commercial, national and global relocation services, so wherever you may be going, Mary Ann and her team at Armstrong Relocation are the best movers for you!!!   Call her at  (954) 956-0059 or email her at mcolton@goarmstrong.com.

Do Halloween Dangers Lurk at the Entryway of Your Parkland Home?

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Do Halloween Dangers Lurk at Your Entryway?

Happy-Halloween-Scary-2Is your front entryway ready for Halloween visitors? Keep everything fun and accident-free with these seven safety tips.

Everyone loves a good scare on Halloween — as long as it’s just a trick.

To help you avoid any real-life scares — such as falls, fires, and traffic accidents — around your property this All Hallows Eve, play it safe while you’re setting up your Halloween lights and decorations.

Here are seven simple precautions recommended by John Pettibone, curator of Hammond Castle, a Gloucester, Mass., mansion that draws thousands to its renowned 20-room haunted house every Halloween season.

1. Light the Scene

Providing plenty of illumination ensures that your visitors can see where they’re walking, helping to avoid missteps and falls. Pettibone suggests using the highest wattage bulbs your outdoor lighting fixtures can safely take (check the label on the socket), and adding landscape lights every few feet along your front walk.

“We use the solar-powered kind because there’s no wiring needed,” he says. “Just push them into the ground, let them soak up the sun during the day, and they’ll light up the walk after dark.”

2. Secure the Footing

Clear your walk, steps, and stoop of any obstructions that could trip youngsters focused more on tricks and treats than watching where they’re going. That means moving potted mums and jack o’lanterns out of the way, and hammering down any nail heads protruding out of your steps.

If you have a concrete stoop, which can get slippery when wet, apply friction tape ($16 for a 60-foot roll of 1-inch-wide tape) to ensure stable footing, says Pettibone. He also stocks up on chemical ice melt ($20 for a 50-lb. bag) just in case of an early freeze.

3. Tighten the Railings

If your porch railings are wobbly or broken, family members and friends may know not to lean too heavily on them, but Halloween visitors won’t. So hire a contractor or handyman to fix the problem. It’ll make your home safer for guests all year round. Because more strangers come to your front door this night than the rest of the year combined, now is the time to take care of it.

4. Eliminate Fire Hazards

Don’t put real candles into your carved pumpkins or paper lanterns. “That’s a fire waiting to happen,” says Pettibone. Instead, pick up a bulk pack of LED-bulb faux candles, which emit a yellowish, flickering, battery-powered light that looks amazingly similar to the real thing — without the danger.

5. Secure your Property

To prevent burglaries and Halloween pranks — especially on mischief night the previous evening — make sure to keep all windows and doors (other than your main door) locked shut.

You might have an electrician add motion-sensor lights around your property, so anyone who walks down your driveway or around into the backyard will be discouraged from intruding any farther.

6. Set the Scene

In addition to spooky items like cotton cobwebs and half-buried skeletons, consider a few safety-related scene-setters. Pettibone suggests propping open the screen or storm door so it doesn’t get in the way when there’s a big group of kids congregated on your stoop. “We use yellow caution tape to tie open the door,” he says. “You can order it online and it works well with the Halloween theme.” A 1,000-ft. roll of 3-inch-wide caution tape is about $8.

You’ll also want a working doorbell, so if yours is broken, either hire an electrician or handyman to fix it — or install a wireless doorbell in its place.

7. Enhance Street Safety

Four times as many child pedestrians get killed on Halloween night than a normal night. So limit the danger as much as you can by clearing parked cars off the curb to allow better visibility and placing a reflective “watch for children sign” at the edge of the road. For for high-traffic roads in Halloween-intensive neighborhoods, consider posting an adult in the street with a hand-held traffic control light to help maintain safety.

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From all of us at Florida Luxury Real Estate Group ~

Have a Happy and Safe Halloween!

 

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Properly Pricing Your Home

Properly Pricing Your Home or Condo in Parkland or Coral Springs…

homepricing1Real Estate Pricing Mistake #1 – Not enough research.  Researching a listing price for your home should include thorough market research; active listings, current absorption rate, three to five recent closed sale comparable properties, which have sold in the prior six months or less.

Real Estate Pricing Mistake #2 – Simply hiring the real estate agent who suggests the highest list price for your home.  It’s called buying a listing with real estate insiders.  What does it cost for you to own that property for six months?  While an unqualified real estate agent or an agent who just wants a listing takes it at a premium price you will be spinning your wheels.  If it’s a six month listing you may as well put six months of carrying costs in a pile and set it ablaze.

Real Estate Pricing Mistake #3 – Thinking with the heart and not the head.  Everyone loves their home and selling real estate can be very emotional.  Try to stay grounded and not get swept up in emotion.

Real Estate Pricing Mistake #4 – Over pricing real estate from the start.  It’s like starting off on a walk with a sprained ankle. It’s not going to go well and just cause more pain and suffering down the road.

Real Estate Pricing Mistake #5 – Overpricing real estate “to test the market”. The real estate market was already tested … by the three to five closed sales comparable properties you should have used to determine the listing price.  They provided the next seller FREE market research, so use it.

Real Estate Pricing Mistake #6 – Small price reductions downward, chasing the real estate market.  The only person you’re fooling is yourself. Buyers are savvy and they’ve looked at every home in your price range. On top of that, they have access to the internet, free property valuation services and probably a real estate agent who will tell them about every price reduction, previous listing and days on market.

Real Estate Pricing Mistake #7 – Not understanding the current condition of finance and factors that influencewhether the property will be able to be financed.  FHA Loan Limits, Condo Questionnaire  If the real estate you are trying to sell does not qualify for financing it could severely effect the final sale price as the real estate will be limited to cash buyers only.

Real Estate Pricing Mistake #8 – Not getting a comparable market analysis.  If there are no showings or no offers, something is wrong with the price, location or condition.  Since real estate can’t be moved to improve location only the condition and price will be able to be altered – proceed accordingly.

Real Estate Pricing Mistake #9 – Listing your home with a friend or relative because they “have a real estate license”.  For literally ten days in class and four hundred dollars anyone can have a real estate license.  There is a difference between being licensed and being a knowledgeable, experienced, productive real estate agent.

Real Estate Pricing Mistake #10 – Using an automated valuation internet based service like Zillow to price your home.  Talk to an experienced realtor who works your neighborhood and has a proven track record to get the ‘real’ comparable market value for your home.

If you’re interested in selling your Parkland/Coral Springs home or condo and would like an accurate market report for your real estate: Contact Nicola.

Parkland Market Update Third Quarter 2014

The Parkland Real Estate Market continued to sell at a steady pace during the third quarter of 2014.  Here is a quick look at the activity during that period.Screenshot 2014-10-21 15.03.01

There are currently 222 homes active/available on the market.  During the third quarter of 2014, 38 homes went pending/under contract and 55 homes actually closed.

 

 

Further analysis shows that our ‘sweet spot’ remains in that $500,000.00 – $750,000.00 price range with an average of 4Plus Bedrooms – a true testament to our quality of life barometer and school district.  Of the 222 homes available for sale, only 76 homes are within this price range, which means we have approximately 2 months of inventory in our best-seller category.

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Homes that are priced correctly continue to sell faster and at a higher value than ones that Screenshot 2014-10-21 15.06.37 (1)were priced ambitiously to start.  We all want wiggle-room for offers to be negotiated, but statistics continue to show that pricing right is more effective every time for a goal of selling quickly and at a higher price point, especially as we compete with new construction sales, so this is important to keep in mind.

 

 

Home Inspections – What Every Seller Needs to Know.

Home Inspections – What is Considered a Defect?home_inspection_house

There is almost nothing as challenging as attending a home inspection on a beautiful, seemingly perfect home only to learn that a home inspector has discovered a larger issue which requires significant, costly repairs. Buyers can become apprehensive, sellers can become defensive and the entire transaction can teeter on the brink of collapse.

Several of the home inspections I’ve attended have had a few major items which would be considered surprises by most standards. Combine a surprise with the usual list of other “handy man” issues found in discovery and a home seller can become a bit defensive. The emotions kick in and occasionally a statement along the lines of “now they’re just nitpicking” comes into play.

What I can share about all of the years I’ve been selling real estate is that I’ve never once met a buyer who contacted a home inspector and told them to manufacture a long list of nitpicky-type issues just to upset the seller or to create a reason to get out of the contract.

During a home inspection what is or is not considered a defect? Very often, consumers are confused about what is considered a defect, a broken item, something that needs repaired by the seller prior to closing. There rarely is a gray area. The contract that both the buyer and seller executed likely delineates what is actually considered a defect and the course of action to remedy those items.  Essentially, things that are meant to function must, in fact, function as they were intended.

The home inspector has been hired to do one thing, thoroughly assess the entire home for a buyer so that they completely understand the condition of the home that they’re buying. Every single item, big or small, not working in the capacity for which it was designed will be itemized on the list. Very often, even cosmetic items are, at the very least, noted on the list just so the buyer understands that there are cracked tiles or stains or whatever the anomaly may be.

So, to help avoid any surprises and added stress down the road here are a few tips for home sellers to get through the inspection period and to the closing table:

  • Prior to signing the sales contract a seller should fully understand their financial and contractual responsibility for remedying defects discovered in an inspection.
  • When in doubt, disclose. It doesn’t matter how long ago it happened be it a fire, flood, a roof leak – disclose everything.
  • Home inspections may have changed since you last purchased or sold a home. Inspectors now use specialized equipment such as thermal imaging and air quality testing to find nearly invisible defects such as faulty wiring, moisture intrusion and mold.
  • Whatever the defect is, it doesn’t matter “if it was like that when you bought it”. It will be a defect on an inspection report.
  • Love the one you’re with. Warts and all, do your best to work out the transaction at hand. If the buyer walks, the items from the home inspection report may have to be disclosed to the next buyer. The inevitable repair is only going to be delayed and potentially interfere with the next transaction and may even result in a lower selling price down the road.
  • Don’t get upset about a lengthy list of repairs. The home inspector is doing their job and the buyer is getting what they pay for, a thorough inspection.

Don’t Miss These Events, Parklanders…

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Grab your lawn chairs, blankets and appetites … The City of Parkland, North Broward Preparatory School, North West Medical Center, Paragon Theaters and Allstate Insurance – Marllan Valerio, MBA, MA – Exclusive Agent present Monsters University on the big screen! See you at Pine Trails Park Friday at 7pm.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Let’s get together and raise money for the S.O.S Children’s Village…
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Ongoing Food Drive till November 14th

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Hope to see you out and about in our Town…

Purchasing New, Pre-Construction Homes in Parkland

The city of Parkland is a beautiful and green, upscale residential community with small scale commercial villages. Its hometown feeling and excellent neighborhood schools help to make Parkland a family friendly community that its residents enjoy.  It offers an active lifestyle through first class leisure and cultural amenities, and easy movement through its streets and multi-use trails.   The “parklike” character of the city is one of the things it is best known and admired for.

Located in Northwest Broward County, Parkland was established in 1963. This city of 22,000 residents is proud of the country-like, rural ambience that it strives to keep, while maintaining a first class lifestyle.  Take a look at this video which explains what Parkland living is all about.

If you have been thinking of purchasing a new home, Parkland’s exclusive communities offer the best that Florida lifestyle has to offer.  With exquisite architecture, ‘A-Rated’ schools and the city’s first class amenities, Parkland is, unquestionably, the destination of choice in Broward County.

Parkland also has some exciting new construction opportunities to consider.  From Watercrest and Mira Lago in The Wedge area, to Parkland Golf and Country Club and Heron Bay, Parkland’s new homes have a lot to offer.

You should consider using a Realtor for your new construction purchase to get the most information and widest exposure to the most suitable Parkland real estate within your budget and search criteria.

Since real estate customs vary all over the country and all over the world, many home buyers wonder how working with a real estate agent works with new construction or builder product.  There are a few things you should consider and know before you begin a search for new construction in Parkland, Florida.

  1. New construction is on fire in the Parkland area.  Our real estate market is recovered and we’re short of quality real estate inventory.  The developers and builders have recognized that deficiency and they’re building exquisite new homes for the discerning home buyer
  2. Builders and developers actually encourage and welcome home buyers to use a Realtor for purchasing new construction.  The developers know that real estate agents are always working with home buyers and they cooperate fully with the business relationship. There is no added cost to a buyer for Realtor representation in a model home sales center for new construction purchases.
  3. Your Realtor will likely have worked the area and the real estate market in which you’re looking and so they will be able to show you a range of communities and properties that best suit your “wish list”, saving you time while giving you your full range of your available choices.
  4. Both new construction and resale real estate can be available in some neighborhoods. Get the best of both worlds by seeing what resale homes are available also, so that you won’t miss a great opportunity. Your real estate agent can make appointments for resale homes to compare on the same day that you visit the model home center.
  5. Experienced real estate agents can help you sort through what you saw at the end of the day.  Touring multiple sales centers can be overwhelming.  At the end of the tour you’ll need someone to help you sort through what you’ve seen and, should you decide to purchase new construction, they can help you make important selections such as upgrades, additional options and home sites so that you enjoy it to the full and see returns in the future if you decide to sell the home.
  6. Your real estate agent can also help you negotiate incentives, upgrades, home sites and pricing when you purchase new construction.
  7. Often times, your real estate agent may also know of similar product in a different community that is at a better or comparable value, or one that offers incentives – so find an agent experienced with the area, and specifically, with new construction.

When you’re buying new construction and using a real estate agent, it is important to remember that real estate agents don’t get paid unless they’re involved with your transaction. Your loyalty to the business relationship is a must. This will require you attending the model home sales center with your agent and “registering” with them.  It only takes a moment or two.  Again, there is no added cost to a buyer looking for new construction who utilizes Realtor representation.

If you have questions about new construction in Parkland, Florida contact Nicola Riettie at 954-708-6841.  Nicola is a Luxury Home Specialist with over ten years of experience in the Parkland real estate market.

Are You Ready For The 4th of July?

4th-of-july-plank-flag-manditremayneOne of our nation’s most patriotic events will be here this Friday – are you ready for the 4th of July?  What will you be doing this year?  Barbecue at home, hanging out at family or friend’s or celebrating it with your community?

Whatever you are doing, here are some great ideas that you can add to your celebrating to bring your full patriotic spirit to your home.

Here in South Florida, the 4th of July is one of our favorite summer days.  It usually is a beautiful sunshin-ey day, great for spending outdoors.  Enjoy the pool or beach or local park and cool off from the heat with this Watermelon Blueberry Salsa.

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Yield: 2 1/2 cups

Total Time: 45 minutes

Ingredients:

  • 4 small Roma tomatoes, roughly chopped
  • 1/2 small onion, chopped
  • 1 jalapeno, chopped (discard seeds for a milder salsa)
  • 1 cup diced watermelon
  • 1/2 cup fresh blueberries
  • 3 tablespoons chopped fresh cilantro
  • 3 tablespoons lime juice (from 1 lime)
  • 1/4 teaspoon salt

Directions:

  • Combine tomatoes, onion, and jalapeno in the bowl of a food processor; pulse briefly or until finely chopped (do not fully liquefy). If you don’t have a food processor, you can finely chop the ingredients by hand.
  • Transfer tomato mixture to a medium bowl; stir in watermelon, blueberries, cilantro, lime juice, and salt.
  • Cover and refrigerate for at least 30 minutes to allow the flavors to develop.

Read more at http://www.loveandoliveoil.com/2012/08/watermelon-blueberry-salsa.html

Serve up these great Red, White and Blueberry Cheesecake Cupcakes for Dessertred-white-and-blueberry-cheesecake-yogurt-cupcakes

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Servings: 12 • Serving Size: 1 cupcake • Old Points: 2 pts • Points+: 3 pts Calories: 98 • Fat: 4.3 g • Protein: 3.6 g • Carb: 10.5 g • Fiber: 0.3 g • Sugar: 7.6 g Sodium: 29.5 mg

Ingredients:

  • 12 reduced fat vanilla wafers
  • 8 oz 1/3 less fat cream cheese, softened
  • 1/4 cup sugar
  • 1 tsp vanilla
  • 6 oz fat-free vanilla Greek yogurt (I used Chobani)
  • 2 large egg whites
  • 1 tbsp all purpose flour
  • 8 oz strawberries, hulled and sliced thin
  • 8 oz blueberries

Directions:

  • Heat oven to 350°.
  • Line cupcake tin with liners. Place a vanilla wafer at the bottom of each liner.
  • Gently beat cream cheese, sugar and vanilla until smooth using an electric mixer. Gradually beat in fat free yogurt, egg whites, and flour. Do not over beat. Pour into cupcake liners filling half way.
  • Bake 20-25 minutes or until center is almost set. Cool to room temperature then chill at least 1 hour in the refrigerator.

healthy-4th-of-july-strawberry-blueberry-poke-cake-dashingdishWe LOVE, LOVE, LOVE this recipe for a Strawberry Blueberry Poke Cake, served with sparklers and all!

Check out the recipe here

 

4th-of-july-mantel-landeeseelandeedoIf you are crafty, you can try these great ideas for decorating for the holiday to add to the patriotic spirit!

 

Check out these great mantel ideas from Landeelu

 

 

IMG_3063-1Try these super cute Kids’ Flag Shirts from Make It And Love It.

 

 

This year, we will be celebrating the 4th of July with our community at the beautiful Plaza Heron-Bay-2del Lago Clubhouse in Heron Bay in Parkland!  It is so wonderful to live in a community that puts on such fun, well-organized events for our neighbors and ourselves to enjoy and to celebrate our country’s Independence together!   Our own poolside Cabana Grille has a great, special menu planned and it is going to be one packed, fun-filled day for Heron Bay residents!!!  We can’t wait!!!

Whatever you do, enjoy your 4th of July! Don’t forget all who have fought for our freedom and independence so that we can live in and as the greatest nation on earth!!!

Happy Independence Day to All of You!!!

 

 

Greater Ft. Lauderdale Area Market Report May-14

Ft. Lauderdale Market Update Greater Ft. Lauderdale Area Market Report May-14
Source: REALTOR® Association of Greater Ft. Lauderdale 

REALTOR® Association of Greater Ft. Lauderdale  reports median single-family home price up 6.0% in May-14 over Apr-14, sales fall to 649.

May-14 Quick Facts:

  • The median price of existing single-family homes increased to $299,000 up 6.0% vs Apr-14.
  • Existing single-family home sales decreased -0.9% from Apr-14 for a May-14 total of 649 sold units.
  • Condos increased in price to $105,950 up 3.4% vs Apr-14.
  • Existing condo sales decreased -7.0% in May-14 over Apr-14 for a total of 556 sold units.

 

Single Family Median Home Price
May-13 vs May-14
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6/10/2014

 

The Number of Sold Properties by Month
May-13 vs May-14

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6/10/2014

May-14 REALTOR® Association of Greater Ft. Lauderdale  Regional Sales and Price Activity

REALTOR® Association of Greater Ft. Lauderdale Median Price Percent Change in Price from Prior Month Percent Change in Price from Prior Year Total # Units Percent Change in Sales from Prior Month Percent Change in Sales from Prior Year
May-14 Apr-14 May-13 May-14 Apr-14 May-13
MLS Wide
RAGFL (Single Family) $299,000 6.0% 20.6% 649 -0.9% -17.1%
RAGFL (Condo) $105,950 3.4% 31.6% 556 -7.0% -22.0%
GFLR Region Cities
Single Family Only
Boca Raton $305,000 -3.0% 12.2% 17 -5.6% -29.2%
Boynton Beach $255,250 3.8% 66.3% 4 33.3% -60.0%
Coconut Creek $301,500 6.7% 29.7% 21 50.0% 31.3%
Cooper City $340,000 -27.3% -1.7% 7 16.7% -36.4%
Coral Springs $334,800 -3.4% 7.3% 59 1.7% -3.3%
Dania $299,950 30.9% 9.9% 4 100.0% -50.0%
Davie $336,500 -4.4% -20.9% 16 -5.9% -20.0%
Deerfield Beach $255,000 5.2% 10.9% 19 -5.0% -9.5%
Delray Beach $327,500 62.9% 162.0% 2 -60.0% -50.0%
Fort Lauderdale $334,000 -5.9% -1.8% 92 -14.8% -27.6%
Hallandale $118,500 27.4% -83.5% 2 100.0% 0.0%
Hialeah $194,500 34.1% 29.7% 1 0.0% 0.0%
Hollywood $171,074 -24.2% -7.5% 21 -4.5% -27.6%
Homestead 0 -100.0% -100.0%
Lakeworth $264,000 3.1% -7.8% 4 -33.3% -50.0%
Lauderdale By The Sea $400,000 -15.8% -16.4% 6 20.0% 50.0%
Lauderdale Lakes $135,000 10.0% 20.0% 9 125.0% 12.5%
Lauderhill $115,300 -25.6% -11.1% 7 -22.2% -41.7%
Lighthouse Point $473,607 -65.8% -38.2% 10 42.9% -16.7%
Margate $200,000 17.7% 18.0% 23 0.0% -11.5%
Miami $173,250 -27.8% 12.1% 22 29.4% 15.8%
Miami Gardens $145,000 32.4% 2 -66.7%
Miramar $278,000 -9.4% 35.6% 19 18.8% 26.7%
North Lauderdale $167,500 24.3% 63.4% 13 0.0% 30.0%
North Miami Beach $175,000 9.6% 1.7% 3 50.0% 0.0%
Oakland Park $255,000 20.3% 72.8% 19 -24.0% -13.6%
Parkland $542,500 -6.5% -2.3% 24 4.3% -4.0%
Pembroke Pines $321,450 7.2% 22.7% 22 -15.4% -18.5%
Plantation $340,000 5.4% 2.9% 45 181.3% 18.4%
Pompano Beach $195,000 21.1% 36.8% 37 2.8% -24.5%
Port St. Lucie $167,000 1.2% 68.7% 2 100.0% -33.3%
Royal Palm Beach $250,000 -3.8% 79.9% 2 -33.3% 0.0%
Southwest Ranches $833,250 63.2% -16.7% 4 -20.0% 300.0%
Sunrise $214,500 -6.3% 23.2% 21 -48.8% -30.0%
Tamarac $175,000 16.7% 34.6% 33 -10.8% -26.7%
Wellington $313,500 -1.1% 22.9% 2 100.0% -50.0%
West Palm Beach $315,000 228.1% 45.2% 3 -57.1% -40.0%
Weston $512,000 9.8% 13.8% 21 5.0% -27.6%
Wilton Manors $418,750 20.1% 36.8% 12 -7.7% -42.9%

Single Family = Single Family Res
Condo = Condo/Co-Op/Villa/Townhouse
Reports generated from Clarus MarketMetrics®

Contact your REALTOR® for additional local market trends in your neighborhood. Reports were generated from ClarusMarketMetrics® for the Realtor Association of Greater Ft. Lauderdale.