This is the best time to sell your home. The Miami real estate market is showing healthy sign of growth this year in terms of sales and prices. This is in contrast with the past two years where the number of properties sold increased but their value price decreased (see South Beach Report). According to the MLS, properties are selling rapidly this year and the sellers can now sell their property near the asking price. Read the rest of this entry »
Monthly Archives: March 2018
Miami is synonymous with luxury. Over the past few years, we have seen the boom in luxurious condo constructions such as the Armani Residences, The Ritz-Carlton Sunny Isles, and The Aston Martin Residences. Let’s have a look at some numbers to feel the current market trend.
The trends we can see are that the condos take longer to sell and the sales volume have dropped. It took 54 days longer for a condo to be sold in 2017 than in 2016 in the South of Fifth neighborhood. The days needed to sell a unit in other neighborhoods such as Brickell and Fisher Island have also increased by more than 30%. Read the rest of this entry »
Here are some quick news about Miami Real Estate
- Renting Prices has soared up
Miami is a growing city with many urban development. Renting price has been soaring up and according to the National Low Income Housing Coalition’s annual report, a minimum wage worker needs to work at least 94.5 hours per week to pay their monthly one bedroom rent.
The affordable housing inventory has been depleted and out of 100 units available, only 26 are rent-friendly for the low wages.
Miami is without a doubt, a booming city in the United States. New constructions are growing like wild mushrooms. See below the some of pre-constructions projects currently happening!
If you would like to buy a pre-construction in Miami, the buyer deposit schedule is as follow (may vary depending on project): 20 – 30% on sales agreement, 20% at groundbreaking, 50% at closing