FLORIDA MARKET PICKING UP

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Real Estate Agent with Century 21 Birchwood Realty, Inc.

Good new for Floridians, the housing market is picking up.  Below is a link to an article posted by GLOZAL which is stating the increase in median list price of homes continues to raise, and Realtor.com data shows Florida leading the way.  Homes in Ft. Myers/Cape Coral have a median price of $229,900, a 15.59% increase; Miami is the leader with a 26.19% year over year increase and median prices at $265,000.   All in all good news for a change.

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That's a huge and amazing increase.....great job in your local area...now we need it in our area!

Mar 19, 2012 02:06 AM #1
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I'm a positive thinker, it will happen for you too.  Sometimes I think the media perpetuated their negative "self fulfilling prophecy".   If they looked for the positive maybe that would be fulfilled, and everyone would start to feel better about the market.  Just a thought! 

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