How is the Surfside Real Estate Market Doing?
There are currently 51 Surfside homes for sale: (compared to 54 last month)
Highest priced listing: $10,000,000 – 1332 Biscaya Dr – house on 14,903 SF lot with 100′ of wide bay, water frontage.
Lowest priced listing: $549,900 – 8838 Harding Ave – 1935 home with 3 bedrooms / 2 bathrooms on 5,600 SF lot
Pending Sales: 8
Closed Sales in March: 4 (compared to 2 in February)
Median Sales Price in March: $685,000
The 4 Surfside homes sold in March were the following:
- 9173 Abbott Ave – 3 bedrooms / 3 bathrooms with 1,470 SF of living space on 5,600 SF lot. Listed in December 2018 for $595,000 and selling for $475,000 ($323/SF) **cash transaction
- 9008 Byron Ave – 3 bedrooms / 2 bathrooms with 1,866 SF of living space on 5,600 SF lot. Listed in January for $800,000 with several price reductions and selling for $630,000 ($338/SF) **cash transaction
- 9541 Carlyle Ave – 3 bedrooms / 2 bathrooms with 1,846 SF of living space on 5,600 SF lot. Originally listed in March of 2018 for $885,000, with several price reductions and selling for $740,000 ($401/SF) **cash transaction
- 9540 Byron Ave – 5 bedrooms / 4.5 bedrooms with 3,019 SF of living space on 9,677 SF lot. Originally listed in July of 2018 for $2,250,000, with several price reductions and selling for $1,740,000 ($576/SF) **cash transaction
The average price per square foot in March for Surfside homes not on the water was $410, compared to previous months:
- February’s average $352 (1 sale)
- January’s average **no sales
- 2018’s average $360
There were no waterfront sales in Surfside in March. The average price per square foot in previous months was:
- February’s average $598
- January’s average $690
Surfside is seeing a gradual drop in inventory, consistently in the past few months. This may prove to be positive although we need to see the overpriced listings get a bit more realistic. What’s interesting to point out is that all 4 sales in March were cash deals. This has 2 meanings: one is that sales can be a bit higher than market because they do not rely on a bank appraisal. This also means that cash is so common in South Florida, it doesn’t make cash buyers that special. Of course a seller will prefer a cash deal, but this does not mean that buyers are not educated on market trends and does not mean they are willing to pay more for a property – on the contrary, it gives them more negotiating power because cash will make the transaction easier.
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Surfside Home of The Month
The Miamism Sales Team recommends the super clean and completely remodeled home at 9065 Emerson Ave. This home has 4 bedrooms / 3 bathrooms, 2,100 SF of living space on 5,600 SF lot. It was built in 1948 but was completely updated with permits. It has a great, fenced-in yard and impact windows.
Reduced to $805,000 ($383/SF) <<great price
Please see below for additional photos and information and contact to schedule a showing appointment for this and any other Surfside home.