Luxury Real Estate Prices in Miami Beach Keep Falling

Douglas Elliman | July 31, 2019

Luxury Real Estate Prices in Miami Beach Keep Falling
In the Miami Beach barrier islands area, median sales prices dropped 24.3% for luxury condos and 19.5% for luxury, single-family homes compared to the previous year. Thats according to the quarterly report from brokerage Douglas Elliman and appraisal firm Miller Samuel. As a result, median sales prices reached $2,550,000 and $8,662,500, respectively.

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Over the years, RECO has suffered from a lack of oversight, transparency and an unwillingness to consult with the industry. That has to change. Ontario needs a real estate regulator that works better for registrants and consumers.