South Florida by the numbers: Miami Dolphins’ owner Stephen Ross is worth $4.8B, O.J. Simpson’s foreclosed Kendall home appraised at $481,000 … and more

The Miami Dolphins' Sun Life Stadium
The Miami Dolphins' Sun Life Stadium

“South Florida by the numbers” is a feature that catalogues the most notable, quirky and surprising real estate statistics. Don’t look now, but the Miami Dolphins are 2-0 heading into the weekend. We huddled up and are ready to toss you some Dolphins and NFL-related facts and figures. And how perfect — kind of like the Dolphins’ 1972 season — the team’s principal owner is one of the biggest real estate developers in the U.S.! Read more after the jump.

$15 billion
Estimated value of Dolphins’ owner Stephen Ross’s property portfolio [Forbes]

$4.8 billion
Stephen Ross’s net worth as of September 2013 [Forbes]

Years between the 1972 Miami Dolphins’s perfect season and an invitation to visit the White House. [ESPN]

$15.9 million
Original list price for former Miami Dolphin quarterback Dan Marino’s 10-bedroom, 12-bath Weston home in 2005 [Sun-Sentinel]

$7.2 million
Final sales price of Marino’s home in 2011 [Sun-Sentinel]

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$3.67 million
Price former Miami Dolphin quarterback Daunte Culpepper paid for a Fort Lauderdale home that went into foreclosure this July [South Florida Business Journal]

Price current Miami Dolphins quarterback Ryan Tannehill recently paid for a two-bedroom townhouse in Fort Lauderdale [Gossip Extra]

$3.45 million
Price Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson paid for fellow University of Miami Hurricanes alum (and former Miami Dolphin) Vernon Carey’s Southwest Ranches home in 2012 [South Florida Business Journal]

Number of premium seats at SunLife Stadium that are now branded as the BankUnited Club Level. It’s the first time the team has sold branding rights to that section of the facility. [Miami Herald]

Assessed value of former NFL player O.J. Simpson’s foreclosed Kendall home. The home was recently ordered to be sold in an auction after JP Morgan Chase Bank won its foreclosure case against Simpson. [Gossip Extra]

This column is produced by the Master Brokers Forum, a network of South Florida’s elite real estate professionals, where membership is by invitation only and based on outstanding production, as well as ethical and professional behavior.