When Caribbean Real Estate Hits a High Times High

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CARIBBEAN REAL ESTATE HIT A HIGH TIMES HIGH in 2016.

The market has now hit a new high for 2017, and a new low for 2018.

Here are the numbers for 2018: The price of an average home has risen from $8,100 in 2016 to $8.3 million in 2017, according to a new report from Trulia.

The price of a single family home rose from $3,945 in 2016 not to $4,000 in 2017.

If you buy a home for $4.5 million, you’re looking at a total price of $7.9 million in 2018, Trulia reports.

That’s up $6,000 from the year before.

In 2018, the average price of homes in metro Orlando went from $2,851 to $2.8 million.

That is a whopping 7.1 percent increase.

And the median price of home sales in metro Miami increased 4.2 percent in 2018 from the previous year.

It’s still a slow market, but it is showing signs of stability.

While 2017 was the year of the Trump presidency, this year was the most difficult year for homeowners to buy a new home, according a recent report from RealtyTrac.

That means many buyers are trying to keep up with the slow pace of construction in their neighborhoods.

A recent Trulia report found that home sales were down for most of 2017, but then began to pick up in 2018.

As a result, the number of new homes in the market was up from 2017, with more homes being built.

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