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In the News – July 20, 2014

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7/18/14:  Elliman Releases 2nd Quarter 2014 Elliman Report for Miami Beach/Barrier Island Sales:  The Miami Beach/Barrier Islands markets saw housing prices continue to rise, bringing more inventory into the market after last year’s record lows. The prices of luxury condos increased faster than the overall market. The time to sell property fell as negotiability between buyers and sellers remained stable. See the full report at Elliman.com   In Spanish In Portuguese 

7/18/14:  Elliman Releases 2nd Quarter 2014 Elliman Report for Miami Coastal Mainland Sales: Housing prices along Miami Coastal Mainland also experienced both rising prices and an increase in inventory, as more sellers ventured into the market. The market continued to move at a fast pace, while marketing times continued to fall. Cash buyers still made up the majority of sales, especially in the condo market. See the full report at Elliman.com.  In Spanish. In Portuguese

7/18/14:  Elliman Releases 2nd Quarter 2014 Elliman Report for Boca Raton Sales:  Sales activity was strong in Boca Raton, rising well above the levels experienced last year. Housing prices were generally higher across all markets.  More inventory entered the housing market, with the exception of luxury condos, which experienced a large decline from last year, placing upward pressure on prices.  See the full report at Elliman.com.

7/18/14:  Elliman Releases 2nd Quarter 2014 Elliman Report for Fort Lauderdale Sales:  The luxury and overall Fort Lauderdale housing markets experienced both rising prices and inventory. Housing prices reached their highest level in 6 years, while overall sales volume remained stable. With the addition of more listings the pace has cooled somewhat, but remains fast.  See the full report at Elliman.com.

7/18/14:  Elliman Releases 2nd Quarter 2014 Elliman Report for Palm Beach Sales: Palm Beach was one of the few housing markets in the region to see inventory continue to fall, despite more listings seen at the upper end of the market. Declining inventory kept sales from rising. Marketing times were faster and prices for the single family market increased well above levels experienced last year.  See the full report at Elliman.com.

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