How Is Our South Florida Market Holding Up?

Monday, May 20, 2019   /   by Alexander Haigh

How Is Our South Florida Market Holding Up?

Today I’m happy to bring you the very latest update from our market on single-family homes! Let’s dive right into the numbers for St. Lucie, Martin, and Palm Beach counties: 

St. Lucie County: 
-Number of units closed in March 2018 was 489 and 497 this March—a 1.6% increase year over year
-All-cash sales reached 153 in March 2018 and 112 this March—a 26.8% decrease year over year 
-The average sale price was $254,981 in March 2018 and depreciated by 1.4% to $251,400 this March
-Dollar volume for March 2018 was $124.7 million and $124.9 million this March—an uptick of 0.2% year over year 
-Pending sales in March 2018 were at 663 and 599 this March—a 9.7% decrease year over year 
-New listings in March 2018 and 2019 were at 689 and 702, respectively—a year-over-year gain of 1.9%    
-Our supply of inventory was at 3.6 months’ worth in March 2018 and 4.6 in 2019—a 27.8% jump year over year  

Martin County: 
-Number of units closed in March 2018 was 238 and 206 this March—a 13% year decrease year over year 
-All-cash sales reached 103 in March 2018 and 83 this March—a 19.4% decrease year over year 
-The average sale price was $537,591 in March 2018 and depreciated by 0.4% to $535,473 this March
-Dollar volume for March 2018 was $127.9 million and $110.3 million this March—a 13.8% drop year over year 
-Pending sales in March 2018 were at 260 and 254 this March—a 2.3% decrease year over year
-New listings in March 2018 and 2019 were at 315 and 285, respectively—a 9.5% drop-off year over year 
-Our supply of inventory was at 5.1 months’ worth in March 2018 and 5.7 in 2019—an 11.8% jump year over year 

Palm Beach County: 
-Number of units closed in March 2018 was 1,669 and 1,521 this March—an 8.9% decrease year over year
-All-cash sales reached 625 in March 2018 and 499 this March—a 20.2% decrease year over year
-The average sale price was $580,913 in March 2018 and depreciated by 5.7% to $547,778 this March 
-Dollar volume for March 2018 was 969.5 million and $883.2 million this March—a 14.1% drop year over year 
-Pending sales in March 2018 were at 2,072 and 1,950 this March—a 5.9% decrease year over year    
-New listings in March 2018 and 2019 were at 2,280 and 2,148, respectively—a 5.8% drop-off year over year 
-Our supply of inventory was at 5.1 months’ worth in March 2018 and 5.7 in 2019—also an 11.8% jump year over year 


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