The home at 6959 Sunrise Drive fronting Biscayne Bay was the most expensive home sold in Coral Gables, Fl. in April 2014. The sales price was $7,250,000 for the 6 bedroom 6 1/2 bath home which had been listed for $8,450,000. The 8,111 sf house built in 2004 on a 16,500 sf lot had been on the market since October 31, 2012 and was originally priced at $8,950,000 but was reduced to $8,450,000 January 30th 2014. Well located the the...Continue Reading!
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Every Month the David Siddons Group provides a monthly marketing update on several Miami Neighborhoods Homes/Condos Sold that Month Homes /Condos under Pending Status New listings Please go our website to see all of the blogs or click on the below links for a direct redirection For Brickell Condos For Coconut Grove Homes For Coral Gables Homes For Aventura Condos For Sunny Isles Condos For Miami Beach Homes For Miami Beach Condos For South of Fifth Condos For Key Biscayne Condos For Key Biscayne Homes Continue Reading!
South Miami is a city of a little more than 10,000 residents bordering Coral Gables to the south. Homes are generally less expensive than those in Coral Gables with the median price shown in our local MLS as $527,500 (versus the median price in Coral Gables of $1,425,000) for the residence located at 6521 SW 65 St.. There are are presently 34 homes listed for sale in our MLS in South Miami. 6521 SW 65 St. was built in 1956...Continue Reading!
OPEN HOUSE ON Sunday, 05/4/14 FROM 11 AM TO 12PM Drastically Reduced! $509,900 Unique model in the Jacaranda Lakes community located on a quiet cul-de-sac on the water. Large Two story waterfront home with pool and grand master bedroom and bathroom with granite countertops. Fully renovated Kitchen with all stainless steel appliances. Zoned for "A rated" elementary school, Central Park elementary.Continue Reading!
With the Miami real estate market rising, more and more sellers think it's ok to price their home high when they list it so they have room for negotiations, and/or to see if someone makes a high offer. But typically, it just prolongs the time it takes to sell the house and results in sellers taking even less down the road once the asking price is where it should be. The highest prices are coming in on homes priced closest...Continue Reading!
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