South Florida Housing Market improving, according to Freddie Mac
According to mortgage company Freddie Mac, South Florida real estate market ranks as the nation’s 25th most stable housing market, according to their report released this week.
Miami Dade, Broward and Palm Beach counties scored a 91,7 on Freddie Mac’s Multi-Indicator market Index, up 13% compared to a year ago. Prices in South Florida are on the rise, mostly due to a shortage of homes for sale. The median price for single family homes has risen to $350,000. Median prices for existing condominiums have also risen.
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