Posted on September 20, 2016
• 1,076 Pie cuadrado, 2 bath, 3 bdrm single story – $155,000.
Fort Lauderdale, Broward County – 3815 Nw 3rd St, Ft. Lauderdale, FL 33311 is a Single Family Residence property with 3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, and is approximately 1,076 sq feet of living space.Built in 1954
Updated on August 22, 2016
The populace has expanded a considerable measure because of the migration to this region, south florida is a standout amongst the most widely recognized spots for Latin American who have gone to the US to have a superior lifestyle, making Florida one of the best places to live.
Land in south Florida has brought up in the most recent couple of years and these days a ton properties have been sold in incredible areas at better than average costs, what is a decent detail since it appears that the business sector will increment impressively in the next years turning into an okay alternative for the majority of the brokers around there.
Best Places to Live in Florida
is a standout amongst the most alluring spots to market land venture is one of the destinations that has the most costly land in the condition of Florida. Miami has numerous alluring territories, for example, parks, shorelines, shopping centers, zoos, among others making it a standout amongst the most striking spots to purchase property.
Jacksonville-and upstate by and large. It is a site considered a dealer’s business sector. Are sure the data of homes that have been sold in under a week; It is that with a fairly diminished stock, discovering great arrangements is impossible.
The clever thing is that Jacksonville is the biggest group in the state. The lodging lack shows that individuals are hoping to purchase in the city. The normal estimation of a home in Jacksonville is $ 123,900.
Jacksonville could at present be a decent place to work on flipping home if brokers have enough trade out their hands.
The deal cost of homes in Jacksonville is $ 159,175, while the normal cost is 149,000. This backings the case that it is a dealer’s business sector. Purchasers have almost no space to arrange in light of the fact that there are couple of units to purchase and there is much rivalry among purchasers, which drives up costs.
Jacksonville gets to be one of the best places to live in Florida. The climate is great, the zone has numerous recompense winning quality schools, contract rates stay low. The main thing is purchasers will need to vie for lodging with different partners.
Tampa has lovely lodging complex which makes it appealing to new purchasers and even financial specialists. Significant colleges like the University of Florida are situated here, there is minimal possibility of discovering property choices in moderate contrasted with different regions of the state, however typically alluring similarly as it is a useful for rent or lodging Elder individuals.
As indicated by some inquires about tampa is one of the best places to contribute ir has an arrival up to 16.4%.
Orlando is another attractive spot, as a result of Disney Land as well as on the grounds that you can buy a ton properties at great costs furthermore with great return. The majority of the financial specialists hoping to buy properties here check that this city is better than average for traveler furthermore for outsiders.
Land in Orlando has expanded too it appears that the arrival of speculation is this territory is around 14% so it can be a better than average choice for speculators.
Posted on August 19, 2016
Selling your home can be a time-consuming and emotionally challenging event. Making good, informed decisions is imperative to a successful home sale, and it starts with listing your property with a real estate agent. In particular, it’s crucial to find a real estate agent who can educate you as a homeowner, properly and effectively promote your home and gain your trust from the beginning. From running open houses to engaging with potential buyers, your real estate agent or team will be responsible for all aspects of selling your home.
Before hiring a Real Estate Agent, ask these five questions to ensure you are choosing the best candidate for you and your home.
What is your experience and local expertise?
While experience can’t always guarantee skill, most real estate agents who have years of experience, great reviews, and proper education will have the skills to properly and successfully sell your home. Ask your potential real estate agents if they are full-time or part-time agents, how many homes they have sold in the past year, how many sellers they are currently representing and what designations or certifications they have to ensure your potential agent is well educated and properly trained.
Updated on August 18, 2016
In today’s working environment, many Americans work for an employer and receive biweekly pay, monthly pay, or bimonthly pay checks for job duties performed. As an employee benefit, you gain health insurance options, vacation and sick leave, Social Security and State/Federal Taxes paid on your behalf, and an array of additional benefits offered by each individual employer. For a Real Estate Agent, things are different.
As a Real Estate Agent, you are hired and considered a subcontractor of the chosen Real Estate Brokerage. Now, if you happen to be currently self-employed or a business owner yourself, you know exactly what this means.
Here are 5 Things You didn’t know about your Real Estate Agent.
Real Estate Agents are Subcontractors of their Real Estate Brokerage.
What does this mean? It means that as part of their employment:
- They do not gain medical, vacation or sick leave
- They have to pay their own Social Security, State and Federal Taxes to the State and IRS
- They are small business owners
- They buy and pay their whole medical insurance coverage
- They pay for ALL expenses needed to run their Real Estate business
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Updated on July 21, 2016
With the U.K. voting to leave the European Union, what does Brexit mean for South Florida?
According to real estate experts, it could mean a big boom in the Miami real estate market.
“London was among the world’s most lucrative real estate markets, however, last week’s U.K. vote is already causing property prices to plunge, which means that Miami Real Estate will likely move up the list of busiest global investment destinations,” Daniel Kodsi, CEO of Paramount Miami Worldcenter, said.
The Florida Realtors Association reported that Florida real estate values traditionally increase from four to 10 percent annually, and in recent years, values have climbed into the teens in Miami, but leveled off in 2016.
“Florida real estate is one of the most valuable properties in the world, yet is less expensive per square foot than Paris, New York and other global cities, but its valuations are consistently greater,” Kodsi said. “Brexit adds a new dimension to the global real estate investment landscape, which will take time to fully understand but may, with near immediacy, trigger a surge in additional foreign investment in Florida.”
Gerard Yetming, executive vice president at Colliers International, also believes investors will seek global real estate elsewhere, including New York and Miami, if the U.K. does in fact leave the EU.
“I think real estate investors will explore other gateway cities,” Yetming said. “London is not as pure as it was.”
Posted on July 15, 2016
• 1,180 Pie cuadrado, 2 bath, 2 bdrm single story – $2,500.00. Monthly
AVENTURA, Aventura – Expansive 1 bedroom/den with two full bathrooms and an office suite that doubles as a guest room. Enjoy the afternoon sunsets and great golf views from this penthouse unit. European design open kitchen, glass divider for second bedroom/office. Marble floors throughout, marble baths, open design kitchen with top of the line appliances (Sub-Zero, Gaggenau, Meile, and KitchenAid). Pets OK. Gated, weekly rentals OK. Pool, jacuzzi, tennis, basketball, gym, pool table, children’s area, dock, more.
Posted on July 15, 2016
• 1,096 Pie cuadrado, 2 bath, 2 bdrm single story – $2,500.00. Monthly
Miami, Miami-Dade County – Check out this deal! The best corner 2 bedroom line in the building at the Charter Club for THIS price! Make an offer, as this owner wants quick closing, and the buyer will get a great opportunity to upgrade to their standards. 180 degree east, south and west views, with glorious wide bay views all the way to South Beach! 2 covered parking spaces increase the value, with one being just steps away from the elevator entrance! Vacant.
Posted on June 16, 2016
• 1,672 Pie cuadrado, 2 bath, 3 bdrm single story – $2,100.00. Monthly
Miramar, Broward County – Beautiful 3 bedroom 2 bathroom single family home with a 2 car garage in the highly desirable Silver Lakes/Sapphire Bay. This home features a very spacious/open floor plan, lots of windows & natural light, a den/study/bonus room with French doors, tile & neutral colors throughout, walk-in closet in the master bedroom, and a HUGE screened in patio with a private, fenced back yard. Great location, minutes away from Super Walmart & Target, & I-75. NO PETS ALLOWED.
Posted on June 16, 2016
• 2,036 Pie cuadrado, 2 bath, 3 bdrm single story – $2,100.00. Monthly
Oakland Park, Broward County – Home on a HUGE CORNER LOT!!! The location for this home couldn’t be any better! Minutes away from Wilton Manors, Fort Lauderdale and I-95. GATED COMMUNITY with pool and a tennis courts within walking distance. The home itself has high ceilings, a spacious backyard, sliding doors, and a 2 Car Garage.
Posted on May 26, 2016
The demographic composition of South Florida will be its greatest long-term strength in terms of real estate value appreciation
I once heard a tax accountant introduce himself as the second most boring person in the world next to a demographer. The discipline of compiling and understanding demographic change is of passing importance to most, but if you work in the South Florida real estate business, a big-picture view of foreign immigration and buying patterns is essential to understanding the transformative changes occurring in our economy.
If you’ve read a real estate article about the luxury residential market in South Florida recently, the dire predictions of fewer foreign buyers owing to currency devaluation will have been featured prominently. The larger issue at hand is: what drives foreign buyers to have an affinity to South Florida real estate vs. other areas; and whether this trend is likely to continue in the long term.
A prominent Miami Realtor remarked recently that “[he] loves Miami because of its close proximity to the United States.” Over 51 percent of Miami-Dade’s population is foreign-born, with Broward at nearly 32 percent and Palm Beach at 23 percent. It’s this mix of cultures that positions South Florida, and Miami in particular, as an economic engine inexorably linked to the world economy.
In a review of the Realtor’s 2015 survey of buyers, 36 percent of all 2015 South Florida residential sales, representing over $6.1 billion in residential sales, originated from foreign buyers, nearly 79 percent of which was concentrated in Miami-Dade.