Wilton Manors Townhome for Sale: 2269 NE 9th Ave # 2269 $410,000

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Unparalleled Elegance describes this stunning Belle Isle Townhome. The finest property on the market in Wilton Manors at this price and located just steps from Wilton Drive. This three-story masterpiece boasts exceptional finishes and designer touches throughout! Open concept floor plan includes Formal Dining Room, and Guest Bathroom. This room is also considered a bedroom; ceramic and carpeted flooring throughout, recessed lighting and a terrace. Upper level offers 2 Master Bedroom Suites, 2 Bathrooms, plus Laundry. Bonus: Hurricane Impact windows and 2 car garage. Please review Bylaws…Rental Restriction Cap 25% or 15 units. See attached documents. Features: 3 bedrooms 3 full bathrooms Den 2 car garage 1945 sq. ft.

U.S. housing starts climbed 18.6% in Jan.

WASHINGTON (AP) – March 8, 2019 – U.S. housing starts jumped 18.6 percent in January, as builders ramped up construction of single-family houses to the fastest pace in eight months.

The Commerce Department said Friday that January ground breakings occurred at a seasonally adjusted annual rate of 1.23 million. Home construction rebounded sharply from December, when the annual rate was just 1.04 million.

Most of the new construction came from single-family houses, which were being built at the strongest rate since May 2018. Still, overall housing starts in January were slightly below the 2018 total of 1.24 million as the pace of apartment construction slowed.

The housing market was hurt for much of 2018 by rising mortgage rates, which made it costlier to purchase a home. But average rates have declined since early November and the average 30-year rate was 4.41 percent this week, providing a possible boost for home buying this year.

Permits for construction, an indicator of future activity, improved 1.4 percent to a seasonally adjusted rate of 1.35 million. The permits suggest additional apartment construction in the coming months, as that segmented accounted for the gains. Single-family permits fell 2.1 percent in January to an annual rate of 812,000.