August 22, 2014

Florida Property Values

Real Estate Values in Sarasota and Bradenton

Compare properties in this interactive photo gallery

What will $200,000, $500,000 and $1,000,000
buy in Sarasota / Bradenton?

Home sales in Sarasota/Bradenton are up 8% over 2010, matching the state average and exceeding neighboring areas of Punta Gorda (up 5%) and Tampa/St. Petersburg/Clearwater (up 6%). The median sales price, however, dropped 4% in 2011 to $152,000. Sales are strong in Lakewood Ranch — a planned community spanning Sarasota and Manatee counties — where Neal Communities sold 33 homes in January, 10 more than it sold in January 2011.

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$200,000 $500,000 $1,000,000

Bradenton
Square Feet: 2,287
Bedroom/Baths: 4/2
Age: 8 years
Selling Price: $200,000

The home fronts a pond, has a lanai and a master bedroom suite with a walk-in closet.



Sarasota
Square Feet: 2,132
Bedroom/Baths: 4/2
Age: 87 years
Selling Price: $510,000

Located in Sarasota’s Avondale neighborhood, the home has a fireplace, pine floors and a Florida room.




Venice
Square Feet: 1,592
Bedroom/Baths: 3/2
Age: 61 years
Selling Price: $1.1 million

The house is on a prime lot along the Gulf of Mexico.

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