September 22, 2014

Property Values

Real Estate Values in Florida's Treasure Coast

Compare properties in this interactive photo gallery

Sarah Taylor
Sarah Taylor

Inventory is down, but prices are anemic in the Treasure Coast. For the year, single-family home sales fell 6%, but the median price stayed level at $108,200. Condos saw just a slight dip in sales volume and a 6% rise to $85,600 in median sales price. “It’s stabilized,” says Sarah Taylor of RE/MAX Masterpiece Realty in Port St. Lucie. Taylor reports seeing a fair number of out-of-state people in their 50s buying now while prices are low. Buyers plan to rent their new purchases until they’re ready to retire.

What will $200,000, $500,000 and $1,000,000
buy in Florida's Treasure Coast?

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$200,000 $500,000 $1,000,000
Miami Beach  -  $200,000 home

Port St. Lucie
Square Feet: 2,764
Bedrooms/Baths: 4/3
Age: 5
Selling Price: $200,000

The house is on a corner lot, with a pool and a study that can be made into a fifth bedroom. It sold in a short sale.

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Port St. Lucie
(PGA Village)
Square Feet: 3,337
Bedrooms/Baths: 3/3½
Age: 7
Selling Price: $500,000

The waterfront home in a gated community has a 29-by-16 pool and a lanai that overlooks a lake and the Legacy golf course.

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Bay St. Lucie / Port St. Lucie
Square Feet: 5,249
Bedrooms/Baths: 5/4
Age: 14
Selling Price: $950,000

This home and guesthouse are on 1.76 acres on the St. Lucie River. There’s also a private dock with ocean access.


Tags: Treasure Coast, Housing/Construction

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