South Florida’s residential markets performed well in the first quarter, just as the coronavirus pandemic began to take hold in the region. Reported The Real Deal.
Closed sales dollar volume in the tri-county region totaled nearly $9 billion between January and the end of March, according to the Miami Association of Realtors. Single-family and condo sales were up in each county, year-over-year, and prices also rose across South Florida.
Read more at The Real Deal: https://therealdeal.com/miami/2020/05/13/q1-home-sales-in-south-florida-surge-before-coronavirus-took-hold/