Don’t be surprised if you happen to see a greater number of Miami Beach real estate for sale than what you have before. Although prices have yet to appreciate to what some would agree is a considerable amount, it seems that there’s been enough positive signs springing up as of late to sway more homeowners towards selling their Miami Beach condos.

Until last month the number of properties up for resale was experiencing a steady decrease, according to Florida Realtors. Market analysts believe that the upcoming winter tourism season has convinced a greater number of homeowners that it may be the right time to try their hand at finding prospective buyers willing to purchase something like Miami Beach real estate at an acceptable price range. It also helps that the U.S. dollar remains weak.

Miami-Dade alone makes up nearly forty percent of residential resale property, followed by Broward County at 32 percent and Palm Beach at 31 percent. Does this mean we may see a surge in buying activity come year end?