OK, let’s see how these did.
MOST EXPENSIVE CONDO/TOWNHOUSE:
740 Promontory Point #3206 You know the market has improved if this development is back over $1 million. This unit closed at $1,012,500.
HIGHEST PRICE PER SQUARE FOOT:
Even though it only went for $470,000, this 1 bedroom unit at 700 sq ft came in at $671.00 a sq ft. Last years high…$566.000
LOWEST PRICED CONDO:
There were a couple of these short sale condos that actually sold in the summer of 2012 but didn’t close until 2013. This one sold and closed in 2013 and went for $280,000. That more accurately reflects the year. Plus it’s a short sale at the Admiralty.
LOWEST PRICE PER SQUARE FOOT:
Well, I guess all the news from Promontory Point wasn’t good. This place sold for $790,000 and since it’s a 2264 sq ft unit it comes in at $348. Still, last years low was $250.
LONGEST ON THE MARKET:
This train wreck of a listing, a short sale too, was on the market from September 19, 2011 until it closed on September 13, 2013. An amazing 653 days.
849 Columba. This townhouse at Isle Cove was listed for $749,000 and closed at $900,000. $151,000 over asking.
GREATEST AMOUNT UNDER ORIGINAL LIST PRICE:
1151 Compass #202. This condo at Marina Green sold for $615,000…$20,000 under asking. It was one of the VERY FEW units that went under.