Welcome to this month’s Florida real estate market report. Are you planning to buy or sell a home in the state of Florida this year? Read this helpful report to get caught up on the latest trends in the single-family home and condo markets in Florida.
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Florida Housing Stats
The average sale price for single-family homes in Florida ended February 2021 at $346,000, an increase of 20.6% from the previous February.
Total sales volume in Florida for the month of February 2021 was $5,181,692,814, an increase of 42.30% from the $3,641,494,617 in sales volume during February 2020.
There were 14,976 properties sold during the month of February in Florida, an increase of 17.98% from 12,694 sold this month one year ago.
A total of 11,688 detached units were sold last month, a year to year increase of 16.08% from 10,069.
In Florida, two-bedroom or less single-family homes sold for an average of $234,371, a year-to-year increase of 20%.
Three-bedroom single family homes sold for an average of $319,100, a year-to-year increase of 19%.
Four-bedroom or more single family homes in Florida sold for an average of $489,407 during February, an increase of 18% from the previous February.
Three-bedroom condos sold for an average of $411,517 during February, a steep increase of 29% compared to this time last year.
Four-bedroom or more condos in Florida sold for an average $595,533 in February, a slight year-to-year increase of 9%.
At the end of February, there were a total of 15,053 property listings in Florida, a steep year-to-year decrease of 59.58% from 37,237 the previous February.
What Does This Mean For Buyers?
Buyers should take advantage of their buying power now when a property is found as prices for single-family homes rise. Condos and townhomes are starting to see prices cool a bit and inventory holding steady.
Buyers should have financing in place and be prepared to act when a property is found. Give Liz Welch a call at (813) 489-9798 to find out how we help buyers stand out amongst the competition to put you in the perfect home!
What Does This Mean For Sellers?
Sellers of single-family homes in Florida will want to take advantage of the spring seller’s market to get their property listed today! With a surge of buyers expected this spring, it is important to have your property show ready and the best features presented to buyers.