New Condo Deals Page Now Active

April 4, 2010 by Lucas Lechuga

South Florida Condo Foreclosures

It has now become easier than ever to search for condo foreclosures in South Florida.  The new Condo Deals page is now active.  You no longer need to rely on me to keep the page up-to-date with the latest condo foreclosure listings.  The listings are derived from the MLS and are updated to the Miami Condo Investments website every 24 hours.  A few minor changes will be made over the next couple of days and we welcome any feedback that you might have.

You can also now search for Luxury Single Family Homes as well as Luxury Penthouse Condos throughout South Florida.

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Anonymous
Elvis
6 years 5 months ago

overall this is really cool. Would like to be able to search by a building or some other areas like downtown, brickell, brickell key, midtown, etc…

Maybe a map view would be helpful.

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Carlos
6 years 5 months ago
.REAL ESTATE Pending home sales in Broward, Miami-Dade show market on the mend Pending home sales continued to recover in March with sales up nearly 70 percent in Miami-Dade and Broward counties since last year. BY JIM WYSS jwyss@MiamiHerald.com Pending home sales in Miami-Dade and Broward counties continued to rise in March as Realtors said both local and international buyers are being lured by cheap properties and bargain-basement interest rates. In Miami-Dade, the number of people who agreed to purchase a home in March was up 6.4 percent versus February at 9,751 homes and condos. Compared to year-ago levels, the… Read more »
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slater
6 years 5 months ago

I posted about the rents getting increased about 2 months ago. now everyone is talking about it. I told you I was not making it up. rents increased by $100-150 on a 1Bed and by $200 on 2Bed. So the party is over for young professionals? Living cheaply in brand new downtown condos seem to be getting close to an end.

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Drew
6 years 5 months ago
Foreclosures Are Rising Posted By: Diana Olick | CNBC Real Estate Reporter cnbc.com | 06 Apr 2010 | 01:37 PM ET The new foreclosure wave is here. Yes, banks are ramping up loan modifications and ramping up short sales and ramping up deeds in lieu of foreclosure, but the plain fact is that as the systems are oiled, the loans are moving through faster, and the pig in the python is showing its face. We won’t get the numbers until next week, but sources tell me they will likely be a new monthly record. Tens of thousands of loans have… Read more »
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F-35
6 years 5 months ago
Foreclosure filings in South Florida slipped by 21 percent to less than 20,000 actions initiated in the tricounty region in the first quarter of 2010 on a year-over-year basis compared to more than 25,000 filings during the same period in 2009, according to a new report from CondoVultures.com. Miami-Dade County, where Coral Gables, Miami Beach, and Sunny Isles Beach are located, is experiencing the biggest decrease in foreclosure filings, slipping to less than 4,600 filings in the first quarter of 2010. By comparison on a first quarter basis, Miami-Dade experienced more than 6,800 filings in 2009 and nearly 5,400 in… Read more »
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F-35
6 years 5 months ago

Pending home sales in Miami-Dade and Broward counties continued to rise in March as Realtors said both local and international buyers are being lured by cheap properties and bargain-basement interest rates. In Miami-Dade, the number of people who agreed to purchase a home in March was up 6.4 percent versus February at 9,751 homes and condos. Compared to year-ago levels, the number of pending home sales was up 71.7 percent, the Realtor Association of Greater Miami and the Beaches reported Monday.

FULL ARTICLE HERE:

http://www.miamiherald.com/2010/04/06/1564851/pending-home-sales-in-broward.html

Anonymous
Makes Me Think
6 years 5 months ago

There are a lot of news pointing to the market and the economy recovering.
Some perma bears will always find a reason for gloom and doom but one thing is sure, there are a lot more positive news wrt economy and housing. Last year at this time there was no positives headlines to be found.

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