So, act fast and once you see a good deal - go for it immediately!
Feel free to call/email and hope this helps,
Beachfront Realty, Inc.
You need to step it up into the 180,000$ to 220,000$ range to buy anything decent in Miami.
You can get a lot nicer property in the low 200k range that will:
1. Appreciate better
2. Better longer term renters (i.e. families) vs wild single male roommates punching holes in walls, loud music, fighting, partying till 6:00 am, etc. basically someone like I was at 23)
3. Put down 30%, get a Loan and establish credit in the US and use the money for repairs, to purchase more property or simply make 24 on time payments and pay the mortgage loan off.
.....contact me for a lot more reasons
Please check also in my website everything is listed there.
CLHMS - BPO
305 205 4214 cell
Beachfront Realty Inc.
517 Arthur Godfrey Rd
Depending on what area you want to focus on will determine how far $100,000 will go. The market is very high, not very low, especially in Miami Beach. You might find a studio apartment in South Beach that needs some improvements or a small 1 bedroom in Northern Miami Beach around 74th & Collins/Byron/Carlyle area.
You can reach me at the following to begin the process:
Miami Beach, FL
Thank you for contacting me regarding your next investment!
Best of luck,