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Peter Couihan, Home Buyer in

What does a bay view add to the value of a condo in Miami/Coconut Grove?

Asked by Peter Couihan, Sat Feb 28, 2009

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Peter,
thank you for your inquiry.
Bay or water view units are, in general, in higher demand than street view or garden view units. I am currently working with a buyer who will only consider bay view units. It is difficult to put an exact price/added vaule on a unit with water view. There are many factors that influence a sale price, such as size, upgrades, location, general condition of the unit, number of parking spaces, amenities, age of the building and many more. It is advisable to check for recent sales in the building and examine also the terms and conditions of the sale.
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Kindest regards,
Manon
1 vote Thank Flag Link Sat Feb 28, 2009
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David Siddons
0 votes Thank Flag Link Tue Jun 24, 2014
Compared to 2009 a waterfront view in Coconut Grove comes with a much higher price tag! It depends on the building, amenities and finishes of course.
0 votes Thank Flag Link Wed Sep 4, 2013
Peter~

Just as Manon put it, it is extremely difficult to place an exact value for the view of the Bay. Certainly value is added! From my experience the added value could be anywhere from 10%-30% over a SIMILAR size and type with an inferior exposure. Many variables come into the picture; High or Low Floor, General Demand, Market Conditions, Location, Etc.
0 votes Thank Flag Link Sun Mar 1, 2009
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