33023 Homes Sold By Owner (5 Homes)

  • Sold
    Home Sold $154,900
    • 2Baths
    • 1,489Sq ft
    7618 Dilido, Hollywood, Florida
  • Sold
    Home Sold $49,900
    • 1Bed
    • 1Baths
    • 607Sq ft
    Hollywood, Florida

    One story home. needs tlc. no kitchen, roof leaks. cash only

  • Sold
    Home Sold $15,000
    5905 Wiley Street, Hollywood, Florida

    Great lot/ great investment property

  • Sold
    Home Sold $26,900
    • 1Bed
    • 1Baths
    • 835Sq ft
    3805 SW 54TH AV, Hollywood, Florida

    Back on the market--pending release & cancellation. cozy 1/1 with nice size fenced yard.... Read More

  • Sold
    Home Sold $38,990
    • 1Bed
    • 1Baths
    • 893Sq ft
    Hollywood, Florida

    Bank owned property sold as is without repair or warranty. seller and listing agent have no... Read More

33023 - Statistics and Home Trends

Sold Activity Chart

AVERAGE PRICE

$ 169,021

NEW LISTINGS THIS WEEK

6

PRICE PER SQUARE FOOT

$ 139

AVERAGE PRICE

$ 144,602

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0

PRICE PER SQUARE FOOT

$ 106

AVERAGE PRICE

$ 136,223

NEW LISTINGS THIS WEEK

0

PRICE PER SQUARE FOOT

$ 95

Average Price
1 Bed Multifamily Sold in 33023 (61) $ 207,262

AVERAGE PRICE

$ 142,681

NEW LISTINGS THIS WEEK

0

PRICE PER SQUARE FOOT

$ 110

AVERAGE PRICE

$ 138,803

NEW LISTINGS THIS WEEK

0

PRICE PER SQUARE FOOT

$ 111

Average Price
Land Sold in 33023 (40) $ 161,880

AVERAGE PRICE

$ 140,451

NEW LISTINGS THIS WEEK

0

PRICE PER SQUARE FOOT

$ N/A

Currently there are 129 homes for sale and 8 vacant land parcels for sale in 33023

Learn More About Hollywood:
Hollywood is a city located in Broward County, Florida. Part of the Miami Metropolitan Area, it is considered one of the principal cities in Florida with a population of over 110,000 people. The city is located in the southeast tip of the Florida Peninsula and is delimited by the Atlantic Ocean and surrounded by cities like Fort Lauderdale, Pembroke Pines, and Cooper City.
 
Hollywood was founded in 1925 by Joseph W. Young, who wanted to build a motion picture colony on the other coast of the United States. Inspired by the west coast film industry, he named his dream city Hollywood as well. Young had a plan to have lakes and golf courses and luxury resorts in his new city, but the 1926 hurricane destroyed his dream, when it devastated the newly founded Hollywood.
 
Even though it had a stream of bad luck during its first few decades - being on the hurricane path took its toll on the city - Hollywood has overcome its obstacles and now thrives as a successful business hub. Several companies have found a home in Hollywood, like the Continental Group, Invicta Watch Group and HEICO, all of which feature as some of the top employers in the city.
 
With a tropical monsoon climate, Hollywood has very hot and humid summers and warm and dry winters, which makes it the perfect getaway for those looking to escape the freezing winters of the north. The city boasts of no less than 60 parks, including the ArtsPark at Young Circle, which is named after the city’s founder and offers several activities for visitors and residents alike. There are miles of beautiful beaches, with the famous Hollywood boardwalk with countless restaurants, bars and stores for you to enjoy while staying a few feet away from the ocean.
 
Despite the proximity to such a big tourist hotspot like Miami, Hollywood is not a very expensive city to live. The average annual income for a family is approximately $55,000 and the cost of living in town is only 5% higher than other cities in the United States, which makes it a perfect place for those who work in the big city, but would rather come home to the peace and quiet of a smaller town by the beach. 
 
For those who have children, the educational system in Hollywood is varied and extensive, boasting with 32 public and charter schools, such as Hollywood Park Elementary School, Hollywood Academy of Arts and Science K-8 and Hollywood Hills High School; and 13 private ones, like Aukela Christian Military Academy, Pembroke Park Montessori School and St. Mark's Lutheran School. 
33023 is located in Broward, FL. There are currently 129 Homes for Sale within 33023, with asking prices ranging from $1 to $5,250,000. The average list price per square foot of the available inventory in 33023 is $204, which is below the Broward County average of $204. The Average Sales price of all sold real estate in this subdivision for the past year is $243,736. Recent comparable homes have been selling for 94.23% of their asking price. Waterfront homes represent 2.74% of the available 33023 inventory. The population of 33023, according to the 2010 Census, is 63,576. The total number of households in the zip code of 33023 is 19,733, with an average household size for of 3.21 people. The total number of renter households within the zip code of 33023 is 6,024, which means that 69.47% of households in this zipcode are owner occupant households.