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Moving in Miami : Real Estate Advice

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Mon Apr 6, 2015
Alberto Baca answered:
Hi Ms. Krentzel,

It must be nerve racking to make such a move but with the right people you can be helped to feel right at home. Please contact me at your convenience and we can discuss it in more detail.

Alberto Baca
The Keyes Company
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Thu Oct 23, 2014
Yanoska Diaz answered:
If you are looking for a rental for next summer right now is not the time to secure. Properties for rent are placed on our MLS usually 45 - 60 days prior availability. My recommendation is that you start looking for a place 2 months before their arrival. ... more
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Fri Oct 3, 2014
Yanoska Diaz answered:
If you want an inexpensive route you can look at homes for sale in the areas you will be servicing and drop a flyer. Many should be needing your services soon.
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Wed Sep 24, 2014
Debra (Debbie) Rose answered:
Well, let's hope that since Lauren posted this question over a year ago, back in Dec, 2012, she has already settled in somewhere, and is happily living as a Floridian now!
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Wed Feb 20, 2013
Marco Torres answered:
The best month to move is up to every particular person. For a family usually is during Summer when kids are on vacation and kids can star in a new school without interruptions.
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Mon Jun 20, 2011
Rosa Delany answered:

You need to map your commute to your new job. This will help you pick a location becuase there will be transportation anywhere in Miami, especially near the airport. So really, now pick a location that is close to your job and short commute. Make a list of the things you NEED versus the things you WANT. Shopping for groceries, laundry, hair salon, nair salon, if you have a pet, are pets allowed. Are you allergic? floors with or with out carpet? etc. If you need extra help do not hesitate to give me a call.

Rosa Delany
Keller Williams Realty - Premier Properties
Direct: 305-384-8997
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Mon Jun 20, 2011
Mott Marvin Kornicki answered:

The link that Carlos gave you or this one; ~ May help you get the public transit info. The previous link that I posted may help you find an apartment. The Airport Area in Miami, is pretty much like the Airport Area close to any major city's International Airport.

There are many aviation related businesses nearby, hotels, etc. Naturally there are many residential communities as well. Here is what comes up on the database that REALTORS use;

Also, there may be several rental communities in the area that are not included in this list.

Good Luck! Miami is a Great City!
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Thu Dec 30, 2010
Marsha Mayer answered:
I would suggest Coconut Grove. Although it has grown up alot Coconut Grove still retains it's eclectic small town character. Best of Luck.

Marsha Montoya Mayer- Realtor
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Thu Oct 28, 2010
Rosie Morot-Gaudry answered:
Hello Tc,
This is a hard question to answer,there are many great places to live in Miami, It also depends on your live style,
We have quite family oriented area's and places with a busy night live, in other words there is a place for everyone.
Let me know if i can help,
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Wed Apr 15, 2009
Linda Robinson answered:
Just let me know..I have one coming up in the Palmetto Bay area and Pinecrest which have the best schools!
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Fri Mar 6, 2009
Mott Marvin Kornicki answered:
If your property has not yet sold~ check out ~ I will blast your proprty throughiout the Internet and MLS as well. There are many reasons that properties are not selling. Downtown Miami is still suffering from a glut of condominiums. As time goes on, developers are unloading units to bulk-investors- creating an even more severe issue. If you have equity- try a lease/option. ... more
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Tue Mar 3, 2009
Michael Rayno answered:
What is the address of the condo, what is the % sold
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