Palm Beach County home sellers are feeling emboldened to ask for more money when putting their properties on the market as inventories remain low and competition simmers.
The median asking price in Palm Beach County for a three-month period ending in February was $209,000, a 12.5 percent increase compared to the same time in 2012, according to a report released this week by housing research firm Trulia.
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Median asking prices and percent gain from last year
Palm Beach County, $209,000, up 12.5 percent
Broward County, $191,600, up 9.9 percent
Miami-Dade County, $289,000, up 14 percent
Source: Trulia, including single-family homes, townhomes and condominiums