Florida Real Estate and Community News by MMD Realty


Technology is streamlining the entire property buying cycle from search to close. Buyers and agents can easily access complete property data and comparables online. Consumers can conduct a comprehensive property search through their phone. It’s no longer essential to even physically see the property in person. Google Earth and mapping changed everything. Zillow and other online property sites have led much of the process. As technology and the ability to gather and analyze data quickens, real estate transactions becomes even more streamlined. 

Here are four technologies transforming how real estate transactions take place:

Data-Driven Decisions

The buyer can access what the fair market value of the home based on readily available data. 

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Sales took a dive across Palm Beach, Miami-Dade and Broward counties in August dipping down to 2011 levels on the heels of the spring/summer rebound from the winter sales slump. It looks as though the market is slowing again going into September with more price corrections expected across the board as 2016 comes to a close.

August Home Sales Across Palm Beach, Broward, and Miami-Dade

In Palm Beach County, sales fell to 4100, which is below 2011’s total sales for the month of August. It’s the slowest single-family and condo homes sales month we’ve seen in years. Miami-Dade also fell below 2011 at 5546 in total homes sales. Broward managed to stay above 2011’s slump at 5292 total sales. August is turning out to be the weakest month for real

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