Wilton Manors, Florida Real Estate Market Report (December 5, 2006)

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Real Estate Agent with RE/MAX Hometown

Wilton Manors is located to the west of the intracoastal to the south of Fort Lauderdale. One of the fastest growing eastern communities of Broward County. The weather is great year round ranging from an average low of 58 to an average high of 91 degrees. The total residence count is 119,656 with a total household number of 44,039. The median age of Wilton Manors is 33.74 and the median income is $33,405.

The single family market consisting of single family homes is as follows. Their is 151 properties on the market. Their have been 64 properties that have sold since January 1, 2006. Their is 8 properties that are currently under contract and 106 properties that have expired off the MLS System since the frist of the year. This means that they did not sell in an average six month period. Their is 6 properties that were withdrawn from the market by the sellers.

The single family market consisting of condominiums, townhomes and villas is as follows. Their is 310 properties on the market. Their have been 64 properties that have sold since January 1, 2006. Their is 5 properties that are currently under contract and 115 properties that have expired off the MLS System. Their is 46 properties that have been withdrawn from the market by the sellers.

Wilton Manors offers a great location close to everything including the Beaches, Las Olas, Hollywood and so much more. Great restaurants, night life, parks and outdoor activities to keep you very active. If you are looking to buy or sell contact the experts at The Pavey Group with RE/MAX Hometown at http://www.PaveyGroup.com or call us at (888)992-1699. We are available 24 hours a day 7 days a week for all your South Florida Real Estate needs.

Comments (2)

LLoyd Nichols
Premier Florida Realty of SWFL - Fort Myers, FL
Southwest Florida Homes By The Sea

Wilton Manors does look like an attarctive area  but you are certainly feeling the pinch( not the only one ) from what you say in your blog.Lots of expired!Then again its is a great Buyers market.I wonder how your numbers match against these from 2005. The other point which I have reservation on is the medium income average. I don't know if a medium income can be. Its more of a case of some smaller sections of incomes in the high six figures and the rest with mostly low to high$20's but that is just a thought. I am just guessing. Thanks for the info, 

Lloyd

Dec 08, 2006 07:43 AM
Fred Griffin Florida Real Estate
Fred Griffin Real Estate - Tallahassee, FL
Licensed Florida Real Estate Broker

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