There are currently 15 El Portal homes for sale: (same as last month) Highest priced listing: $595,000 510 NW 90 St (multi-property listing with 6 houses on almost 1 acre) ($152/sq.ft.) Lowest priced listing: $199,000 short-sale at 17 NE 88 St ($127/sq.ft.) Pending Sales: 6 (4 less than last month) Closed sales in February: 6 [...]
El Portal Real Estate
El Portal is a small community just South of Miami Shores, between 85th and 91st Streets and between NE and NW 5th Avenues. It was incorporated in 1937 when 3 cities merged into what is known today as The City of El Portal. (El Jardin, Sherwood Forest and El Portal).
The city is a bird sanctuary and it is known for its beautiful trees and birds. You may also be one of the fortunate ones that will see a peacock walking around. There is even a piece of Tequesta Indian history in The Sherwood Forest area where you will find a historically designated Ancient Burial Ground.
El Portal real estate varies from historic Spanish Revival Architecture to modern homes.
El Portal Real Estate Neighborhood Links
- Village of El Portal
- El Portal Police Department
- Miami Shores Elementary
- Horace Mann Middle School
- Phyllis R. Miller Elementary School
El Portal Listings
There are currently 15 El Portal homes for sale: Highest priced listing: $550,000 for the mid-century modern house located at 125 NW 86 St ($233/sq.ft.) Lowest priced listing: $189,999 for 500 NW 87 St (119/sq.ft) Pending Sales: 10 Closed sales in January: 2 The 2 El Portal Homes sold in January were: 420 NE [...]
There were 44 El Portal homes sold in 2013. 16% of El Portal homes sold in 2013 were distressed sales (short sales and foreclosures) – compared to 33% in 2012, 52% in 2011, and 72% in 2010. Although the El Portal housing market is not recuperating as quickly as neighboring areas, 2013 was a great [...]
We aim to please ….as requested by a reader, here is a market report for El Portal, a residential area just south of Miami Shores. There were 30 El Portal homes sold in 2012. One third of El Portal homes sold in 2012 were distressed sales (short sales and foreclosures) –compared to 52% in 2011, [...]
This may be difficult for a lot of you to digest, and many of you may even think I am crazy, but I’m not alone. The topic of a seller’s market in particular areas of Miami Beach and Miami keeps popping up in conversation. Of course we’re not talking of a full-blown seller’s market, but [...]