Broward county home sales are up for both sales and prices during June, according to a new report from the Greater Fort Lauderdale Realtors association.
A total of 1,635 condos and townhomes were sold in Broward last month, marking a 4.4 percent jump in closed deals year-over-year. Single-family homes saw a slightly higher 4.8 percent jump in sales, coming out to 1,805 properties sold.
Housing prices continued their steady rise during June. The median price for condos and townhouses hit $149,250 last month, spiking by 10.4 percent year-over-year. Single-family homes had a more moderate price increase of 7.3 percent, standing at a median of $325,000 in June.
While both sectors of the market grew during June, the association’s figures show Broward’s true strength is in its single-family homes. Dollar volume for home sales hit $682 million in June, more than double that of condo’s $307.8 million. And for the past 12 months, year-over-year home sales haven’t fallen once.
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