We are constantly asked “What is the best neighborhood to live in Miami?” Of course this depends on your lifestyle and needs. A recent poll which interviewed 100 of Miami’s best agents concluded that the best home market for families was Coral Gables followed by Pinecrest and then Coconut Grove. The best neighborhood for retirees and snowbirds was said to be Miami Beach.
What was voted as the most important elements in a purchase? It was ‘walkability‘ and ‘schools‘. In reality though I can tell you that many of my clients over the years have seen things differently, and have different priorities to one another – as you might expect. We also notice that neighborhood markets move in popularity over the years – some can become more expensive in comparison to others and so become less desirable, while the cheaper but equally attractive neighborhoods become more desirable. Some neighborhoods are going through a renaissance and become ‘in vogue’ with the delivery of new shops and services and other neighborhoods can become overly saturated and may be heading for periods of ‘price adjustment’ at certain price points and levels.
Aside from what you can afford we have extensive knowledge of schools and service development. We also understand the all important movements of the market and one of the most important pieces of information you can pay attention to especially if you are buying a property that your focus is on ‘appreciative value’ and buying a home or Condo that will go up or at least not go down in value, is determined by months of inventory.
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