Cite Condo in Miami weekly market update 02/11/2013

Cite Condo in Miami weekly market update 02/11/2013

Feb 28, 2013 February 28, 2013

This article is serving as a quick note to provide you up-to-date information for Cite between this week and last week.

This week we had a few things going on. We had 13 units available with 1 new listing and 1 closing.

This week
Available13
Newly listed1
Under contract0
Closed Sales1

We just had one less unit available than last week and no unit under contract.

Last week
Available14
Newly listed0
Under contract3
Closed Sales0

Let’s take a more detailed look at last week:

We have currently 9 Units on the flat side that are available with the unit 317 as a new listing.

Flats at 2000 N Bayshore Dr

Entry Date

List Price

Unit No.

Beds/Baths

Sq ft

12/26/2012

$                                395,000

617

2/2

1107

9/28/2012

$                                311,500

804

2/2

1100

10/31/2012

 $                                314,500

317

2/2

1107

7/29/2009

$                                315,000

503

2/2

1049

10/22/2012

$                                335,000

217

2/2

1107

12/12/2012

$                                315,000

1005

2/2

1047

1/11/2013

$                                345,000

305

2/2

1047

4/26/2011

$                                499,900

810

3/2

1432

10/26/2012

$                                240,000

319

2/1.5

1048

On the Lofts side we have 6 Units actively available with no new unit.

Lofts at 2001 Biscayne BL

Entry Date

List Price

Unit No.

Beds/Baths

Sq ft

12/29/2011

348,000

2211

2/2

1128

3/8/2012

$    265,000

2106

1/1

780

9/24/2012

$    335,000

2207

2/2

1085

9/11/2012

$    348,500

3402

2/2

1398

In terms of action, we had a closing sale for $312,500 on 02/12/2013.

 

Lofts at 2001 Biscayne BL

10/30/2012

 $   312,500

3212

2/2

1401

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