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Though typically not a busy time in the South Florida market, the 2021 summer season has kept the momentum going from the beginning of this year. In fact, national statistics stemming from the week leading up to the 4th of July indicate that housing is still a hot commodity across the nation!

However, there were signs indicating some relief may be within sight, though buyers shouldn’t celebrate quite yet, as the data discrepancies could be attributed to the lead up to the holiday weekend.

Overall, the data demonstrates more of the same—fewer new listings, and historically high home price growth. Both of these aspects mean a tough environment for buyers without the ability to offer top dollar or make a quick purchase decision. However, there are

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There's No Housing Bubble

As soon as housing prices seem to rise, two questions spring to mind—and into headlines:

“What’s MY home worth?”, followed immediately by “when will THIS housing bubble pop?”

With current median selling prices up nearly $35,000 compared to the same period last year, it’s the latter (along with still-fresh memories of last decade) that have some buyers waiting on the sidelines. However, while experts have no idea how far prices will run, they can seemingly agree on one thing: we aren’t actually in a bubble.

And those that wait will likely regret it.

This Is A Different Housing Market

Take it from none other than a Morgan Stanley strategist who shared in a note to clients that the bank had a “strong conviction that we are not experiencing

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South Florida's Real Estate Market in 2021

It will take time for South Florida to fully process the long-reaching changes resulting from the COVID-19 pandemic. One of the more immediate effects, however, has been a sharp increase in home prices—thanks in combination to federal efforts consisting of low borrowing rates, and a local lack of inventory.

Across the South Florida region, prices climbed over the course of 2020. Even now, nearly 12 months since the sweeping lockdowns that slammed the country, the trend has continued, pushing prices past previous historic highs.

This isn’t unexpected, of course. The simple laws of supply and demand coupled with the typical buying frenzy that accompanies drops in interest rates are anything but unpredictable. So too is the fear of missing out on

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Real Estate Market Trends Expected in 2021

Real estate has shifted from the COVID-19 pandemic with a hot seller’s market, with increased demand as more people are looking to move and mortgage rates are at record lows, coupled with limited supply. The real estate experts at HomeLight uncovered some of the hottest trends shaping real estate in 2021, with 7 key insights that can help buyers and sellers stay informed as they make their next moves. 

Inventory lags

There are a lot of factors that have led to the seller's market, and one of the major ones is low inventory. In Q4 2020, real estate agents overwhelmingly said that inventory is lower than they expected, with 84 percent of them noting that shift, up from 78 percent in Q4 2019. Moreover, the National Association of Realtors reported

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At The Pearl Antonacci Group of Lang Realty, the health and safety of our agents and clients is the top priority.  Here's what we're doing to ensure that we stay connected and continue to provide home buyers and home sellers with impeccable service.

Virtual Tours and Open Houses

We have the ability to take a targeted audience on a virtual journey through our real estate listings via walk-through video tours and Matterport technology which uses a floor plan of the home and 3D technology to take viewers from room to room all on a tablet or computer. 

Using dynamic, agent-guided video promoted via digital, mobile, and social channels, we can showcase the key features of your property to interested clientele wherever they are.  Take a look

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Lang Realty was recently ranked #219 of the top 1,000 national brokerages and #148 in transactions in T3 Sixty’s 2nd Annual Swanepoel Mega 1000, the real estate industry’s definitive ranking of brokerages, franchisors and holding companies. “Our ranking is a testament to the hard work and dedication of our team of nearly 400 agents,” said Scott Agran, President of Lang Realty. “We are proud to be a part of this list as one of the few independently owned firms from South Florida to be included.” T3 Sixty, a residential real estate consulting and research firm, uses a large selection of resources including public financial filings, MLS listings and more to estimate and verify the sales volume of the firms it ranks. Lang Realty was established in 1989 and

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Opportunity Zones in Real Estate

Savvy real estate investors throughout Boca Raton and Delray Beach are already taking advantage of the savings that a little-known change to the tax code has provided. Dubbed “Opportunity Zones,” these designated sections encourage new development and investments in distressed areas by way of preferential tax treatment.

The best part? Local examples of Opportunity Zones in Delray Beach are currently available for development.

Defining an Opportunity Zone

Opportunity Zones came about as a result of the 2017 Tax Cuts and Jobs Act. The “Investing in Opportunity Act” contained in this legislation allows State and local governments to work together to identify economically-distressed areas ripe for reinvigoration via private capital.

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Top 10 Real Estate Market Predictions for 2018

Top Predictions for the Real Estate Market in 2018

Compass goes public, economy soars, Congress pivots on homeownership tax benefits and more

As we approach the end of yet another year, one of the biggest questions on most everyone's minds, especially those of us in the real estate industry, is "what is going to happen next year?"  Brad Inman of Inman.com recently reviewed his past predictions about the real estate market, some of which came true and some not. Two years ago as we approached the year 2016, Brad Inman predicted that Donald Trump would be elected President of the United States.  That obviously came true.  Last year, Inman predicted that Zillow would expand overseas in 2017 and NAR would choose a woman CEO; didn't happen. 

Inman

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