Tom Brady and Gisele Bündchen are undoubtedly one of the most influential and successful celebrity couples in the world. In addition to their impressive careers, the couple has also built an impressive real estate portfolio that spans across several states, including South Florida.Read the rest of this entry »
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Miami No.1 for foreign businesses
Miami has stood out among leading cities such as New York, Boston and Houston. Indeed, our city is ranked as one of the best places in the US to do worldwide business.
The metrics used to define this ranking are based on social, economic and environmental tendencies. The Financial Times and Nikkei have considered the quality of life, the open-mindedness of the population, the level of the workforce, the business environment, the investment trends, the foreign business needs and the quality of after-care treatment.Read the rest of this entry »
How to know when to buy a property?
When it comes to buying a property, we all have various motives, but one we would all agree on would be: to avoid losing money by any means!
Eventually, you can reduce the risks of buying the wrong property, following the advice of your realtor, or real estate professionals in the designated area.Read the rest of this entry »
Foreign investors are back in town!
Foreign buyers have been the #1 buyers of South Florida real estate for more than a decade. However, for the past few years, there was a tremendous decrease in Latin American buyer’s activity due to inflation and unstable local governments. However, according to the Profile of International Home Buyers Report of 2018, there was a rose of 23% of foreign purchase activity in 2018 compared to 2017. Out of those foreign buyers, Brazilians are in the top of the list.
TOP 6 ARCHITECTURALLY STUNNING MIAMI CONDOS
Little have we discussed about to the current Miami condo’s oversupply. There are new constructions in every corner, that have pushed developers to find new ways of differentiating and stepping above their competitors. This new strategy is modifying Miami’s skyline.
Local developers are now outsourcing the exterior design to famous international architects. Buyers have so many options nowadays, that every detail counts when trying to be more appealing to luxury-seekers. From the parking garages and storages till the outer design of the tower, everything counts!
How to compete in the rental market?
In the past, Miami’s developments were strictly targeted to buyers. Developers were building with the only purpose of selling as many units as possible, but we have seen in the past few years the beginning of a new trend. Miami is becoming more and more a city of renters and even more short term renters. This has pushed high-end units to change their strategy.
In a seasonal city as Miami, units are more attractive if they allow rentals, the shorter the better. For instance, new developments as the Panorama Tower on Brickell, unlikely its older peers, is now seeking to target leasing deals.
4 Biggest challenges for Miami’s real estate
It is not a surprise that the Florida’s real estate market isn’t in its best shape today. The market has been facing different barriers that haven’t allowed it to grow as the some years before. In this week’s article I will explain some of the biggest problems that the industry is trying to bear.
1. Climate Change
We have all heard rumors saying that Miami is going to flood under water in a few years. Unfortunately, we have to say, somehow it is not false.
The noiseless real estate of Miami
According to the public records compiled by Cranespotter, Miami’s real estate has suffered of a downshift that is just now starting to recover.
Out of 350 units over the $5 million dollars that are today on the market, only 6 units are sold per month. And out of this closed deals, 96% of them had to decrease their price for closing. However, the average percentage of reduction is only 5% under the listing price. Investors are just trying to get rid of their South Florida real estate assets.
Miami’s real estate sales are through the roof!
Whoever tells you that the real estate market is like a roller coaster ride, is obviously not referring to Miami! The Miami Association of Realtor and the Multiple Listing Service (MLS) system, had announced the third quarter (Q3) 2018 sales report for Miami’s real-estate. It seems that nothing can stop their winning streak!
For the 27th consecutive quarter, Miami’s houses, condos and single family homes sales surged. Not even Hurricane Irma was able to slowdown the real estate sales growth in Miami.