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Realtors Association of Palm Beaches


by RAPB Communications | May 24, 2017

The April real estate market report for Martin County shows the trend of a market leveling out. Compared to last year’s statistics at this time, median pricing for single family homes inched slightly higher, up 2.8% to $329,000. Meanwhile, closed sales activity decreased slightly by 2.3% allowing inventory to increase to 5.2 months’ supply.

“We still have another month of seasonal buying to record, however, we expect the trend of a level market to continue,” said John Slivon, President of the Realtors® Association of the Palm Beaches. “Our forecast for the coming months for single family homes is similar with minimal appreciation in pricing and a steady growth of inventory.”

“However, it should be noted that there continues to be a need for more affordable inventory, as the current listings of homes priced under $250,000 is a scant amount of 99 properties,” adds Slivon.

Source: Florida Realtors® County Statistics 
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