The easy-to-use Miami Residence Realty index gives you an informational high-level look at the Miami market over time from February 2006 through present. Data is presented clearly in real time for use by savvy property buyers and investors. Use this information to assess changes in the value of luxury condos over time and make smarter purchasing decisions.
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Miami Luxury Condo Prices Interactive
The interactive graph above plots shifts in our index charts that follow the local Miami real estate market. View trends over time – from 2005 through present day. Data is presented in real time. Use this graph to monitor local trends in the Miami real estate market. Click the 'reset chart' circular arrow above to return to full view.
Our six critical data points (Median Sold Price, Recorded Closed Sales, Total Active Listings, Average Sold Price, Days on Market, and Occupancy Rate) above provide invaluable insight into supply, demand, and valuations within the sought-after Miami luxury condo market. Our index methodology is proprietary and based on real time data. Use this interactive chart to monitor market changes by quarter.
(Note the median housing price is that which has the same quantity of price points below and above it. For example, if there were 101 properties taken into consideration, the median would be the price in the middle with 50 lower and 50 higher. The average sales price, however, is calculated by adding all sales prices together and dividing that total by the number of individual sales.)
Median vs. Average Sales Price Comparison (with Price Reduction Trend Line)
The above graphic compares the median (blue bars) vs. average (green bars) price side-by-side over time. This graph also charts price reduction percent (yellow trend line) over time.
The median housing price is that which has the same quantity of price points below and above it. For example, if there were 101 properties taken into consideration, the median would be the price in the middle with 50 lower and 50 higher. The average sales price, however, is calculated by adding all sales prices together and dividing that total by the number of individual sales.
When a home is initially listed at one price and later sold at a different price, we call that increase or decrease Negotiability, with price reduction measured as a percent.
Occupancy vs. Inventory
The graph above displays the relationship between occupancy rate (blue bars) alongside quantity sold (green trend line). A higher occupancy rate simply means properties are owner occupied or rented, while lower occupancy rates signify property vacancies.
Average Unit Sales Price by Number of Bedrooms
In the chart above, you can track average sales price growth based on the number of bedrooms in Miami. Use this chart to track trends in sales prices for studios (purple), one-bedrooms (blue), two-bedrooms (green), three-bedrooms (yellow), and four bedrooms or more (orange) over time – from 2005 through present day.
Miami Neighborhoods At-a-Glance
The chart above offers a convenient side-by-side comparison of important data metrics across all major Miami neighborhoods. Use up and down arrows to sort by total units, average price, average square feet, and average price per square foot. Re-click the arrow to toggle between high-to-low and low-to-high column sort.
Ownership By Country
The above pie chart illustrates the current ownership mix for property sales throughout Miami, Florida. Use this helpful chart to better understand the country of origin for those purchasing properties. (Note that owners purchasing through an LLC or Corporation are not individuals but, instead, a legal entity.)
Median Sales Price vs. Number of Sales by Quarter
The above graph displays trends in median sales prices (blue bars) alongside the number of sales per quarter (green trend line). The median sales price is the price in the middle, with exactly half of those listed homes sold above that price and half sold below that price. For a sampling of 101 homes, the median sales price would be that which has 50 homes below and 50 homes above.