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Alireza, Home Buyer in Miami, FL

please,Do you consider OBISPO Ave.(very close by &GRANADA Blvd &GRANADA golf course) on N. Coral Gables.....

Asked by Alireza, Miami, FL Tue Sep 16, 2008

as PRIME location or a good location in Coral Gables??

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The Gables is a wonderful place to live. That particular area is close to some nice amentities and remember the golden rule of real estate-Location-Location-Location. The Gables is much more affordable at this point in the market and rates are good. Call me if I can help you in anyway-

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0 votes Thank Flag Link Tue Sep 16, 2008
Hello Alireza,

This IS one of the best and location in Coral Gables and you can find great homes on the market right now.
Let me know if i can help.
1 vote Thank Flag Link Tue Sep 23, 2008
Yes! I would consider OBISPO to be prime Gable Property.

The questionable areas are bordering on the Grove.
1 vote Thank Flag Link Wed Sep 17, 2008
Ali Reza,
are you by any chance Persian? My father is Persian and I have been to Iran many times (however before Khomeini).
To answer your questions: Obispo is an excellent location in Coral Gables, a very fine street. Close to the Biltmore Hotel, Golf Course and well connected regarding infrastructur. Just make sure your offer is not over-priced, in other words, do not pay more for the house than you have too. In this market, skillfull negotiations can save you a substantial amount of money. Usually, it is best if done by Realtors since they keep the emotions out and are not psychologically involved. Also, sellers tend to get less angry at Realtors than at the buyers themselves. Do have a thorough market analysis available with comps not older than 90 days to back up your argument. Please also keep in mind that a well crafted contract equals money in your pocket.
My name is Manon and I am a Broker Associate with Coldwell Banker, located in Coral Gables. Please let me know if there is anything I can do.
Kindest regards,
Manon
1 vote Thank Flag Link Tue Sep 16, 2008
Dear Alireza,
I am a realtor that own my own home and work Coral Gables. In order to answer that question, it is all subjective to your lifestyle. In my opinion there are 2 sides of coral Gables, east of Us-1 (annexing the coconut grove area, and west of US-1. One side tends to have larger lots and homes and has more of a luxiourious private feel neighborhood. the other side is much smaller lots and tend to have lots more of starter homes type. Bother locations are still great, as they offer great neighborhoods with great amenities from the city of coral Gables.
One of the things that I enjoy about my neighborhood is its proximity to the shops and restaurants in downtown coral gables (Miracle Mile), and at the same time have the ability to drive to most of what I need (airport, beaches, hospital...) with-in 15 minutes time.
when making an offer in coral Gables, make sure you compare "apples" to apples as far as homes are concerns, and also street to street. Old Spanish homes (built in the 1920's) for example tend to demand more money than ranch style homes (built in the 1950's). One street that has mature trees or is closer to the golf course or to a historical land mark might also demand more or less. So when you choose to make an offer make sure you are using comps that make sense- particularly in this market. should you need further assistance with this, feel free to contact me at 305-968-4262. warmest Regards!Samy
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0 votes Thank Flag Link Tue Oct 7, 2008
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