North Coral Gables Homes Sold Report – February 2013
This is a North Coral Gables single-family homes sold report for February 2013.
All real estate is local. While this market report is specific to single-family homes in North Coral Gables, there are neighboring communities with different levels of inventory and market characteristics.
Feel free to contact me if you’re interested in learning more about the market characteristics in the surrounding communities.
Single-Family Homes Sold in North Coral Gables (February 2012 – February 2013)
Seventeen (17) single-family homes sold in North Coral Gables last month. That’s two less than the 19 single-family homes that sold in February 2012 in the year-over-year comparison.
February sales ranged from a short sale in the Flagler St Section of Coral Gables at 31 Veragua Ave that sold for $168,000 ($171/SF) to a 6,279 square foot two-story home with 7 bedrooms and 7 1/2 baths on a 13,860 square foot lot at 2925 Columbus Blvd that sold for $1,900,000 ($303/SF).
One (1) sale broke the million dollar mark in February.
Eight (8) of the 17 homes sold in February were all-cash purchases. Eight (8) others were purchased with a conventional loan. The remaining home was categorized as “Other” on the MLS.
Sold-to-List Price Differential
The sold-to-list price differential, also known as the sale-to-list ratio, is the final sales price (what a buyer pays for the home) divided by the list price (at the time of sale) expressed as a percentage.
The average sold-to-list price differential stood at 92.3% for February. One (1) of the 17 homes sold for full asking price. Two (2) homes sold above asking price.
The average days on market for homes sold in February was 84 days. The median days on market was 46.
The numbers show that homes prepared to sell and priced competitively from the get go are selling pretty quickly.
Is the small uptick in sales any indication of what to expect during the spring season?
While the supply of homes available for sale remains historically low and demand remains consistently strong, it’ll be interesting to see how the demand/supply game plays out when the hot spring and summer seasons kick in.
When using this information, it is important to note that the data above is derived from an aggregation of many homes and an individual sale may not have the same behavior as all the homes put together.
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