I encourage you to visit our site at http://www.ewm.com and check out our "Featured Neighborhoods" section. It is a great resource for people looking to learn more about South Florida's cities and neighborhoods. You can read about what makes each neighborhood or area special; get maps, helpful tips, and have access to all of our agent's blogs on that specific area. Getting a better feel for the different options, will bring you a step closer to knowing where to focus your search!
Hope this is helpful!
This depends on many things:
1) How close to work do you need to be?
2) Do you have kids? Good schools needed?
3) Urban or suburban lifestyle?
4) What can you afford at this time?
5) Do you like condos or townhouses or homes?
6) Do you have a pet? Some condos or landlords don't allow pets...
7) Do you like to be in the middle of the action?
8) Would you prefer to live near the beaches?
I could go on...
Based on that, you will find it much easier to choose what's out there.
Many clients of mine enjoy Coral Gables, Key Biscayne, Brickell, Brickell Key, Coconut Grove, Miami Beach, Aventura, Sunny Isles Beach, Bal and Bay Harbour, Weston...
Hope this helps and best of luck,
Beachfront Realty, Inc.
More than Glad to help you Nereida Figueroa, Realtor Associate 305 519-3199
I currently live in North Carolina if you need further info please feel free to ask.
Miami is the best place on earth (maybe I'm exaggerating), but there's something for everyone here and for me to tell you what areas are better would be an injustice. I think most of my colleagues have pointed out very important factors about lifestyle, children, proximity to the ocean, etc.
One thing to consider is where you will work because Miami is very large and long commutes back and forth to work can really put a hamper on things.
Take a look at our website and you will see "featured neighborhoods" at the top. Each of those featured neighborhood links will give you the location, a description and also local links. But keep in mind that there are many more neighborhoods in Miami that are great that are not mentioned on our blog.
Hope that helps!
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I usually fly into Ft. Lauderdale, less crowded than Miami Intl. and a short drive. It's a great place.
If you need an agent down there, I can refer you to one.