Archive for the ‘Market Statistics’ Category

I’m Back! Miami Beach Real Estate: Single Family Waterfront Sales for 2013

Monday, January 12th, 2015

I know, I know. I ‘ve been gone. Gone! But I’m back. In the year and a half I’ve been away, I’ve seen exactly ONE blog post from other sources that I consider great. Most of the stuff that gets pushed out to you is for reasons other than simply delivering useful info. I’m actually […]

Miami Beach Real Estate: 2012 South of Fifth Condo Stats

Thursday, April 18th, 2013

2012 Miami Beach real estate statistics for the ultra-luxe SoFi (South of Fifth) neighborhood in South Beach. In 2012 SoFi continued to flex and show off just how in demand this neighborhood is.

Stratosphere: 2012 Miami Beach Waterfront Real Estate Sales Soar to Heights Unseen- UPDATED

Wednesday, January 9th, 2013

Miami Beach and Indian Creek Village Waterfront Sales for 2012. Real estate records were broken in all sectors, including: highest sale, highest sales volume and number of transactions. Land sale records were also broken, as older homes are to be demolished, and some lots joined together to make estate-sized properties.

Miami Beach Luxury Real Estate: 2012 Mid-Year Waterfront Stats and So Much More [Updated]

Sunday, July 22nd, 2012

So last year at this time I proclaimed, “Miami Beach Luxury Real Estate is Back… and in a Big Way!” When I made that statement, I had no idea what was to come. The stats I’m putting out today completely blow everything away — everything ever. Miami Beach luxury real estate has gone to the NEXT […]

Miami Beach Real Estate: 2011 South Beach-South of Fifth Condo Market Index

Tuesday, July 10th, 2012

Miami Beach real estate stats for 2011 for the South Beach-South of Fifth (SoFi) neighborhood. This index is comprised of nine buildings, including Continuum North & South, South Pointe Tower, Portofino Tower, Apogee South Beach, Murano at Portofino, Yacht Club, ICON South Beach and Murano Grande.

CRAZY: Miami Beach Luxury Waterfront Real Estate Sales Surge More Than 41% in 2011

Wednesday, February 29th, 2012

This post is definitely the hardest of the year to write, if done right. Usually I get this Miami Beach real estate retrospective out on New Year’s Day, but I wasn’t feeling so comfortable with that this year. Why, you ask? Well, I saw something in the number of sales NOT reported in the MLS that was […]