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A Look Inside South Florida’s Real Estate Market - April 2020

Amid these unprecedented times, The Pearl Antonacci Group of Lang Realty is endeavoring to keep you educated on the latest trends in the Miami-Dade, Broward, and Palm Beach County real estate market, as we all prepare ourselves for whatever the future may bring. Whether you have already begun the process of buying or selling your home or are planning to in the near future, arming yourself with the most up to date information is more crucial than ever. See our latest area real estate insights for April of 2020 in the market report and graphs below. 

Our team has separated the monthly data between townhouses/apartments/condos and single-family homes. We have also compared these figures to

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Palm Beach County Real Estate Market Update - March 2020

Amid these unprecedented times, The Pearl Antonacci Group is endeavoring to keep you educated on the latest trends in the Palm Beach County real estate market, as we all prepare ourselves for whatever the future may bring. Whether you have already begun the process of buying or selling your home or are planning to in the near future, arming yourself with the most up to date information is more crucial than ever. See our latest Palm Beach County real estate insights for March of 2020 in the market report and graphs below.

The following analyses group single-family homes, townhouses, and condos together for the sake of efficiency, and review the recorded statistics from March 2020 and compares

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What will happen to mortgage rates, affordability, inventory and more

Key Takeaways

  • Mortgage rates are likely to continue to increase throughout 2017.

  • There will not be any easing in inventory, and affordability will still be a challenge in big markets.

  • The potential is there for a large number of first-time buyers to enter the buying market, but they will face new challenges.

It’s been one unprecedented 2016, between the Brexit vote, the continued persistence of low mortgage interest rates and an election that seemed to temporarily throw markets for a loop.

What will the 12 months encompassing 2017 hold in store for housing?

Inman asked eight different experts to give their take:

  • Steve Cook, editor
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