It’s the third quarter of 2017 and Miami real estate continues to attract buyers from all over the world despite the slowdown last year. A strong dollar and weak foreign economies were the biggest factors for 2016’s sales decrease ( down 25% in the first six months). However, this year seems to be a new chapter. Investors and homeowners are slowly gaining confidence. Let’s take a look at some key-points to better the understand the evolution of the Miami real estate industry. Read the rest of this entry »
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Investing in real estate seems to be so easy according to the media. Who has not seen a TV show or read a book on how to become a millionaire investing in real estate? Nevertheless, you have to watch out for a few common mistakes. Let’s have a look at a few.
Some immigrants, even those with a valid work permit, who were planning to buy a house, are sceptic nowadays. A few even withdrew their offers. For example in San Francisco, an Indian software engineer cancelled an offer for a house at $900,000. This is not the only case in the US, immigrants do not feel safe enough to make the biggest investment of their lifetime in a country where they might not be so welcome anymore. This fear could hurt to a certain extent the residential real estate market. Read the rest of this entry »
How does the beginning of the year look like? It’s still early to draw a conclusion but it looks far better than 2016. Furthermore, with Trump as the new president many things are expected to change, as we have already experienced with the mortgage rates.
Holidays are over so sales should start moving. In the last two weeks, buyers seemed more interested and we experienced some movement. The luxury market is still good independently of what it’s happening around the country. Read the rest of this entry »
Despite the unpleasant news on the Zika virus, hurricanes and a slowdown of the real estate market, Miami is still the place to be.The Miami Association of realtors noticed that the market of the single-family home had a peak in sales during the month of August. The peak was both in volume and in prices and most of closed sales were all-cash. Read the rest of this entry »
It was a long wait but finally last week the elections were over. Everyone in Miami was hoping to see things move right afterwards. But is the outcome of the election really going to have an impact on the real estate market at our level? As we know, Trump mentioned during his campaign that he will cut down taxes and regulate immigration. In Miami, the majority of investors come from Latin America, in particular from Brazil and Argentina. Will investors hesitate to invest on the Miami real estate market? What will be the impact on sales? Read the rest of this entry »
A few years back, Miami was just an exotic city by the ocean for wealthy people. In the last few years, Miami has drastically changed. It became a modern metropolis, which encompasses charming and distinct neighborhoods. You can find urban design popping everywhere. Tourists and entrepreneurs for all over the world are attracted to the sunshine city. Let’s discover the multiple facets of Wynwood, the Design district and Brickell.