Broward County 2013 home prices up 29%

Well the housing market has truly changed tremendously in 2013. This past year we have went from a buyers market to a strong sellers market. Gone are the days of buyers having leverage and beating down sellers.

Home prices have continued to edge up and are now at $265,000 based on a county wide average. This number reflects a 29% increase from 2012 and at least for the moment shows no sign of slowing down.

With these numbers it is fair to say that home prices will break the $300k threshold in 2014. If you have looked on it already appears that the $265,000 average seems well below as sellers have really took advantage of listing high.

This really comes back to if you have thought of selling in the past but have waited you should strongly think about listing now. Call Keith Hasting for a free home evaluation and see if listing now is the right time. Chances are there is a buyer (or should we say buyers as there have been bidding wars) for your home now!


About the Author:

Keith Hasting
Keith has extensive advertising and internet marketing expertise and is a Project Manager at Times Ten Creative, a premiere Fort Lauderdale marketing and advertising agency. This experience makes Keith an excellent choice if you are looking for an agent who knows how to market your property and bring potential buyers through the internet. Clearly, once Keith list your property, he goes well beyond the typical realtor and knows how to market it to sell. As an original Midwesterner, Keith specializes in helping clients who want to relocate from colder climates or simply want to purchase a tropical winter retreat. He is happy to take the time and effort to walk buyers through this process with comfort and ease. In Keith’s free time he enjoys cycling, running, kayaking, traveling, architecture and Florida’s beaches. Keith currently lives in Oakland Park and is excited of the many new things happening in his city.

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