August 29, 2015

Florida Property Values

Real Estate Values in Broward County

Compare properties in this interactive photo gallery

What will $200,000, $500,000 and $1,000,000
buy in BROWARD COUNTY?

Talk about a market in transition. Single-family home inventory is way down. People underwater aren’t selling. Home prices are up. More than half of sales are in cash. “We keep hearing there’s a shadow inventory,” says Chip Rowland, assistant district sales manager for Keyes Co. in Weston, but “as soon as it comes on buyers are buying it.”

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

Coral Springs
Square Feet: 1,680
Bedrooms/Baths: 3/2½
Age: 26 years
Selling Price: $201,000

A tri-level home on a corner lot with an eat-in kitchen and a den that could be a fourth bedroom.

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Weston
Square Feet: 2,871
Bedrooms/Baths: 5/3½
Age: 17 years
Selling Price: $485,000

The house has a heated pool and upscale kitchen.



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Fort Lauderdale
(Las Olas Isles)
Square Feet: 2,869
Bedrooms/Baths: 3/2
Age: 56 years
Selling Price: $1.05 million

The home has a heated pool, private dock, 100 feet of waterfront and ocean access. The buyers razed it.



Tags: Southeast, Housing/Construction

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