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Understanding Miami and Broward Housing Costs: A Look at the Numbers

While the Miami housing market continues its upward trajectory in terms of prices, there’s a notable divergence in the sales figures, painting a nuanced picture of the current landscape. According to March data, the median sales prices for both single-family homes and condos in Miami-Dade and Broward counties have soared to unprecedented heights. However, this surge in prices hasn’t translated into a corresponding increase in sales activity.

In Miami-Dade County, the median sales price for a single-family home has reached an impressive $650,000, while in Broward County, it’s slightly lower at $607,000. Condo prices also reflect this trend, with Miami-Dade reporting a median sales price of $445,000 and Broward at $288,750.

Despite these soaring prices, the number of home sales in March has seen a significant decline compared to the previous year. Miami-Dade experienced a 15% drop, with only 2,141 sales recorded, down from 2,513 a year ago. Broward County saw an even more dramatic decrease, with sales plummeting from 3,133 to just 1,084, marking a staggering decline.

An analysis of housing inventory further elucidates the situation. While Miami-Dade and Broward counties both exhibit relatively low inventory levels for houses, with 4.3 and 3.9 months respectively, the condo market tells a different story. Miami-Dade boasts 8.2 months of condo inventory, while Broward stands at 7.2 months. This variance suggests that the condo market may be experiencing different dynamics compared to single-family homes.

Interestingly, cash transactions continue to play a significant role in the South Florida real estate landscape. In both Miami-Dade and Broward counties, cash deals constitute a substantial portion of closed transactions, comprising 37.2% and 42.6% respectively. These figures far exceed the national average of 28%, indicating a unique aspect of the local market.

In summary, while the Miami housing market is witnessing record-high prices, the decline in sales activity and the discrepancy between single-family homes and condos underscore the complexities at play. With inventory levels fluctuating and cash transactions remaining prevalent, the market appears to be navigating a delicate balance between supply, demand, and buyer preferences.

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