The simple answer is: South Beach. South Beach is a popular destination that attracts local and international buyers. The white beaches and pristine waters are a favorite among those who has been here. The popular condos in this area are: The Apogee, The Continuum South, The Continuum North, The Murano Portofino, The Portofino Tower, The Murano Grande and The Icon South Beach.
Tag Archives: South Beach real estate
Last year, we saw the drop of condo sales in almost all neighborhood except in the Downtown and South Beach area. In Brickell, the sales has dropped by an average of 5% while in Edgewater, it dropped by an average of 9%. This trend has been caused by the high inventory of luxury condos available for sale. In fact, there is currently a four years supply of luxury condos in the market.
This high inventory also contributes to a growing concern to real estate developers. There is a difficulty of selling new pre-construction units. Developers are postponing their projects in hope for a better market. Read the rest of this entry »
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 »
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 »
We have a bad news: this might be true. The sales in 2017 real estate market in Miami has been somewhat slow and low. Interest rates are climbing up and the dollar is weakening. Hugh Kelly, an economist stated that there might be a possible recession looming over the US real market.
Miami is well known for its attractive real estate market and the Chinese has taken note of this. As of last year, the Chinese makes up the third largest group of buyer in Miami and the second in the U.S. There are several reasons why this is a growing trend. Read the rest of this entry »
All the big names are doing one thing: they throw lavish parties. A condo project typically needs to sell 50 to 60% of their inventory before being able secure construction fundings from banks. This is probably why they are doing everything they need to attract buyers. This is especially so when bank loans has dried up for new upcoming projects. Read the rest of this entry »
Here is the list of all things you need to know about this famous district:
Sorry to burst the bubble but the answer is no. According to Apartment List, Miami ranked 100 out of 100 cities. The Miami-Dade County has the largest cost-burdened percentage in the U.S. Cost burdened percentage is defined as the percentage of household income spent on mortgage cost or rent. Read the rest of this entry »
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 »