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South Florida Real Estate is back. Over 30% of buyers are coming from overseas by in the real estate market. China, Russia, Europe and Canada are buying waterfront real estate like crazy. Markets From Jupiter to West Palm Beach to Boca Raton and Weston are seeing huge increases in home sales. Now is the time to buy! Housing Prices are steadily increasing overall and we know that homes that are near that are close to a waterfront city tends to go up in demand when the real estate marketing is getting back in the swing of things. South Florida Real Estate grew by 17% by the end of 2013 from West Palm ­Beach-Boca Raton-Delray Beach area. South Florida Real Estate https://youtu.be/2uWmJFjnzH8 In addition to foreign buyers like China, institutional buyers and private equity firms are also investing in South Florida Homes that are for sale. Cash sales are also up in the area as well. Big investors and foreign buyers are helping South Florida make a comeback. It's also a critical time to buy a home. If you are thinking about buying a home, you may want to start looking now as home prices are speculated to continue to go up. While many other parts of the country are still hurting economically, and their housing has not recovered from the last recession, South Florida Real Estate is on a comeback. Short sales were dominating the market for sometime but now short sales are declining and home sales are rising. The South Florida real estate market suffered a long period of foreclosures, mortgages going bad and homeowners that couldn't even afford their taxes. This caused a long pause in the market. If foreign buyers continue to increase and continue to buy South Florida Real Estate, prices could continue to go up especially for the luxury market. The hot markets right now are Miami, Fort Lauderdale, Boca Raton, Lighthouse Point, Deerfield Beach, Weston. Hedge funds are also buying up the market and many cash deals are being done which is unusual for most real estate markets. A 1920's mansion in Palm Beach was just sold for almost 12 million dollars. Luxury Homes remain in high demand and builders are racing to finish luxury waterfront condos. It's uncertain where the market will go but the trend does seem to continue to go up for luxury homes in South Florida as well as waterfront and beachfront homes. South Florida Real Estate https://youtu.be/2uWmJFjnzH8