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  • Broward CountyBroward New Construction

    Broward County is home to over 1.7 million residents and is the second most populated county in the state of Florida.  The real estate market in Broward is in a full upswing with low interest rates and a strong job market fueling the way.  The condominium market continues to be very strong especially amongst the waterfront properties.  There are currently three condo projects under review for Broward with two being proposed for Hallandale Beach and one for Dania Beach adding over 1,000 new units into the available inventory for these areas.  Single family home prices are at a median range of about $300,000.  Broward does have a lot to offer for those buyers thinking of calling this area home.  Broward County is home to many beautiful cities such as Fort Lauderdale, Hollywood, Plantation, Weston and Dania Beach among many others.  The gorgeous beaches are endless and there is something to do for absolutely everyone.  The Everglades National Park has many points of entrance throughout Broward County, the NHL’s Florida Panthers play from the BB&T Center in Sunrise and there are three accredited universities within the county’s boundaries.
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  • Lee CountyLee New Construction

    Lee County continues to grow both its residential and commercial real estate markets at a rapid pace.  Projected to have increases of over 25% growth over the next three years, it can easily be described as one of hottest real estate markets in South Florida.  Although the Fort Myers and Cape Coral areas were greatly impacted by the foreclosure crisis of a few years ago, they are rebounding at a faster and very promising rate. The Local Market Monitor’s report has indicated that with regards to the rental industry, it is one of the most affordable markets in Florida with a rent-to-price ratio under 6%.  The Naples and Marco Island markets have seen a surge in vacationers that are so impressed by the area that they make the commitment to relocate their residences full time to the area.  The new construction rates throughout the area are booming with highly competitive price per square foot averages across the board.  Equally as impressive and also a strong determining factor for this market is that job growth in the area is double that of the national average with a 4% increase over the past 12 months.
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  • Miami-Dade CountyMiami-Dade New Construction

    The Miami-Dade real estate market continues to strengthen as a result of low inventory and record demand, fueled by both domestic and international buyers and investors.  This has led to a surge in new construction projects in almost every community from Brickell to Dadeland, Aventura to South Beach and more. The projects range in many different styles and price ranges including waterfront high-rises, condo/hotels and suburban mid-rise projects.  Tom Murphy Jr., chairman and CEO of Miami builder Coastal Construction, believes South Florida, particularly Miami, will build more in the next 10 years than in the previous 15. With the local economy expanding, a positive job forecast and vacancies down, Miami-Dad is also expected to see significant multi-family rental developments as well. In fact, in 2012, nearly 1,300 new rental units were completed, up from 300 units in 2011. Miami developer Armando Codina and Miami based Adler Group are both pursuing rental apartment projects in Miami-Dade to capitalize on the growing demand.
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  • Palm Beach CountyPalm Beach New Construction

    Palm Beach County has made a stronger than ever come back in the recent years with home values soaring and the available inventory of properties getting snagged up quickly.  The area is currently home to more than 1.3 million residents making it the third most populated county in Florida.  Palm Beach County is world-renowned for many famous pockets of high end real estate such as the prestigious island of Palm Beach, Boca Raton, Palm Beach Gardens and Jupiter.  The international Equestrian and Polo Clubs of the Wellington area have brought a huge draw to the western communities.  The single family home market is also hotter than ever with approximately 14,000 homes being sold during the first nine months of 2015.  An abundance of A-rated school districts, endless family related activities along with world class shopping and dining options have made Palm Beach a go to destination for the families looking to branch north from the Miami market.
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