April 24, 2018

Shifting Markets in Fort Lauderdale Real Estate

When the real estate market shifts to a more balanced market, a market where neither buyers nor sellers have a huge advantage in a real estate transaction does anyone truly expect it to happen to the “national real estate market”? Does anyone truly expect to able to mark their calendars on the exact day the real estate crisis ended and the market stabilized?

The answer is simply, the real estate conversation is going to shift from one of the “national real estate market to those words much more associated with real estate, location, location, location? The shift to a more balance market is going to happen neighborhood by neighborhood, city by city, with the areas with a better economic foundation moving forward first.

Recently we have seen a shift in certain neighborhoods within the Fort Lauderdale Real Estate market that indicates the shift is coming. One such area is the City of Wilton Manors, where Wilton Manors Real Estate saw the supply of homes for sale drop to less than 5 months supply based on current sales trends. Many condominium buildings are seeing Fort Lauderdale Condos for Sale at their properties drop below 10% of the number of units at the property. We once saw this 10% number as a balanced market.

There will be bumps in the road. No recovery is ever a straight line out of the woods, and we don’t expect prices to be immune to the things that place pressure on our economy as a whole. However we do see inventory shrinking, multiple offers on well prices properties, and there is major activity in the Fort Lauderdale Real Estate market, check out our market statistics tab regularly for markets.