As of the end of August 2022, in Coral Gables, the inventory of single-family homes has risen by 11% over the same time last year ( Aug 2021). However, the number of homes sold and the number of homes pended, have decreased by 26% and 24%, respectively. Why is this happening? For a long time now, we have been forecasting that the price/sqft has been on the rise, but prices have now overshadowed the norm and there is too much inventory that is simply overpriced.. In conclusion, prices need to come down in order to move that inventory. Since the Spring of 2022, when our Coral Gables inventory was at 48 homes, we have now more than tripled that number. However, our sales have been on the decline, month over month. More than about 63% of our present active inventory has been on the market for over four months. That is a very strong indication that these properties are overpriced and should be reduced at a faster rate. There are still many buyers out in the market looking, but even they w
Four times a year, Jeannett publishes " Jeannett's Journal" which is distributed directly to well over 18,000 residences in Coral Gables. The magazine encompasses Coral Gables news, Culture, and Business. We devote several pages to Real Estate and below you can find the most recent update on what is going on in the Gables, when it comes to selling single-family homes.. Click here to Jeannett's Journal.