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Tampa Bay condos sales, prices rose in September

Prices still lag thosein mot other Florida metro areas
While sales in St. Petersburg's Ovation condo tower have topped $6 million, Tampa Bay condo/townhome sale prices overall lag those of other areas. [SUSAN TAYLOR MARTIN | Times ]

Sales of condos and townhomes in the Tampa Bay area rose 4 percent in September as prices also rose 4 percent to a median of $244,500. That’s almost $20,000 lower than the statewide median and lower than in other major metro areas. Condo/townhome prices were highest in Naples ($435,000), followed by Miami-Fort Lauderdale-West Palm Beach ($360,00); North Port- Sarasota-Bradenton ($300,678), Crestview-Fort Walton Beach-Destin ($288,000) and Orlando-Kissimmee-Sanford ($275,000)