Miami Real Estate News
Miami, Florida, is the center of the Miami Metro Area. The city itself is home to around 400,000 people, while the metro has over 5.5 million residents, making it the eighth-most populous metro in the U.S. Miami has a large seaport and serves as a major financial, cultural, and commercial city for the southeastern U.S. The city is also a major tourism hub, and its cruise port is one of the busiest in the world. Miami’s gay ghetto is Shore Crest. This neighborhood has a number of shops, reread more..
Miami, Florida, is one of the most gay-friendly cities in the United States. In fact, several of its neighborhoods have been named to CNN’s most affordable LGBT places to live list. One of these neighborhoods is Wilton Manors. Technically its own city, Wilton Manors is very small and is considered a part of the Miami-Fort Lauderdale-Pompano Beach Metro area. Condos in the area can range from small 1-beds for $50,000 to large, luxurious ones that cost almost $700,00read more..
Miami is a South Florida city with sprawling neighborhoods with lush vegetation, great looking homes and beautiful canals to channel the water in a very humid part of the state. There are all sorts of people who make Miami their destination for residence, work or retirement and the mix of people make for a vibrant city with lots to offer, including to the LGBT community according to gay realtor Miami. Members of the LGBT community will feel right at home the moment they visit Miami Beach. Nestleread more..
If there is one thing that gay real estate Miami experts have become aware of, including those that write about the topic in blogs and for Florida newspapers, it is that insurance rates for properties has gone sky high ~ and it is almost impossible to procure a reasonable insurance rate in some parts of the country that have been hit hard by hurricanes. Gay real estate Miami has noted that in a few cases a house deal has nearly been completed sabotaged when a buyer finds out how much it will acread more..
One of the best ways to get rich and make the social leap from the lower to upper class lifestyle according to gay realtor Miami is to get in the game of property ownership and investing. In fact, just about every single self-help ever written has always advised renters to get out of the Catch-22 of renting that consistently puts you in a position where you are paying off somebody else’s mortgage and instead start acquiring equity of your own. Owning your own home makes sense in a biread more..