More single-family homes were sold in Miami this past June than any other month in Miami's history. The month beat a 10-year-old record set back in June 2005.
In all, 1,390 single-family homes were sold in June according to the Miami Association of Realtors. That's 73 more than the 1,317 sold in June 2005, and 110 more than last June. In the first six months of 2015, 7,100 single-family homes have sold in total, up from 6,543 over the same period in 2014.
Prices on those homes also rose by 14.9 percent from last year, with a median price of $280,000. Those home are also selling pretty close to their listing price, with the average sale worth about 95.1 percent of the initial asking price.