Tag: Miami Real Estate News

  • Top 5 Miami Restaurants to Try Right Now

    Top 5 Miami Restaurants to Try Right Now

    5. Zuma – If you haven’t tried this place, just go now. Zuma takes a modern perspective on Japanese food and you can enjoy your meal with a side of river views. 4. CRUST – Italian food with a gourmet twist. Sit down for a slice at this place out on 5th St. 3. Glass […]

  • Colombia Leads Miami’s Real Estate Searches by International Market

    Colombia Leads Miami’s Real Estate Searches by International Market

    For the fourth consecutive month, Colombia has earned the lead in real estate searches in Miami, according to the latest statistical report released on May 12, 2016, by Miamire.com.   Trailing behind Colombia in number of searches was Venezuela and the United Kingdom in third, which hit its highest search on the website, according to the report. Of foreign […]

  • Sales of Miami’s Single-family Home and Condo Market Doubles

    Sales of Miami’s Single-family Home and Condo Market Doubles

    Miami’s single-family housing and condo markets have doubled in sales in the first quarter of 2016 compared to the first quarter sales of 2015. The growth of sales in Miami puts the percentage in the double digits. According to a report released by the Miami Association of Realtors, the sale of single-family homes, in the price […]

  • Miami-Dade Ranks Third Highest for Cash Sales Across U.S.

    Miami-Dade Ranks Third Highest for Cash Sales Across U.S.

    Miami-Dade has ranked third in the nation for cash sales this past January according to a report released by CoreLogic. CoreLogic is a real estate research firm that specializes in business data for U.S. real estate, mortgage, and consumers and the research included the analysis of 100 “major metropolitan areas.”   Despite overall decreases in cash […]

  • South Florida Ranks Sixth in Zillow’s Best Buyer’s Markets

    South Florida Ranks Sixth in Zillow’s Best Buyer’s Markets

    South Florida has ranked number six on the “Top 10 Buyers’ Markets” chart from Zillow, which bases its ranking on home inventories and prices. The market beat out Orlando, which ranked number 10 and is only one position lower than New York (ranked fifth). What is the nationwide housing trend? Buyers in the housing market nationwide […]

  • Foreign real estate buyers accounted $6.1 billion of total sales volume in South Florida in 2015

    Foreign real estate buyers accounted $6.1 billion of total sales volume in South Florida in 2015

    It’s no surprise to hear that people from all over the world are drawn to South Florida’s sunny climate and vibrant culture. A recent survey by leaders in the real estate industry provides new statistics focused on foreign investors in the area’s real estate market. The survey, conducted by the MIAMI Association of REALTORS® and […]

  • Will 2016 be the best year yet for South Florida real estate?

    Will 2016 be the best year yet for South Florida real estate?

    Industry experts are confident that 2016 will be an excellent year for South Florida real estate. Law firm Berger Singerman polled 100 top players in the real estate industry, including developers, realtors, investors, lenders and contractors, to determine their expectations for the new year. Many are certain that this year will be another good one, […]

  • Miami Real Estate Market Holds Strong in the Third Quarter

    Miami Real Estate Market Holds Strong in the Third Quarter

    3rd quarter is the charm with strong and stable numbers The 2008 recession created a panic in the world of real estate. Homes went into foreclosure and many homeowners stalled at the idea of selling. Now, given the growth in the job market and homeowners warming to the idea of selling, supply is increasing and […]

  • McMasions Could Be a Thing of the Past in Miami Beach if New Ordinance Is Approved

    McMasions Could Be a Thing of the Past in Miami Beach if New Ordinance Is Approved

    When cities boom, and in this case Mid-Beach is having a spectacular moment, there come new ordinances, or municipal laws, to reign in construction rather than growth. Such is the case with Commissioner Joy Malakoff’s proposed ordinance, which was met with both supporters and dissenters of the development of Miami Beach. Many Miami Beach residents […]