If you frequent Midtown Miami, you have seen the sales office/trailer for Hyde Midtown. I love it when enough hype is created around a project but not enough information is given – it creates a sense of anticipation and tension accompanied by both positive and negative energy. The negative is out there and we can’t […]
Miami Real Estate
The City of Miami known as the “Magic City” is located in Southeast Florida, in Miami-Dade County. The City of Miami is known for its diverse culture and ethnicities and is the largest municipality in Miami-Dade County. Miami, also known as the Gateway to Latin America attracts a tremendous amount of foreign-born people and is recognized worldwide as an international hub.
Miami’s new developments include residential homes and high-rises as well as eye-catching attractions. Miami has 13 different neighborhoods that contain several historical locations and landmarks. Each neighborhood is fully equipped with full service parks, fire and police stations and a Neighborhood Enhancement Team center where residents and business owners can go to obtain answers to their questions and help with city services.
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A couple of weeks ago I was invited to be part of an impromptu Broken Eggs podcast (Season 1, Episode 9). The hosts of the podcast are 2 super talented guys that educate people on retirement. During the interview, Chad and Andrew asked me, “How do we choose the right Realtor?” and the answer I […]
We recently wrote an extensive article about why you need to invest in Miami Right now. It spells out the changes Miami is experiencing right now, from tech to infrastructure, and how it has become a Global City. Miami real estate is here to stay. It’s not a passing movement, it’s not a bubble, it’s […]
I hate to say it but it’s that time of the year again. Today is the first day of Hurricane Season 2015 and it’s crucial that we are prepared. Although the NOAA (National Oceanic and Atmospheric Association) predicts an easy season for the East Coast, it doesn’t mean we shouldn’t be ready. Hurricane Season runs […]