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Quality of Life in Miami : Real Estate Advice

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Sat Apr 20, 2013
Steven Epstein, P.A. answered:
Tourism, Import/Export, Construction, Banking & Financial Services, Real Estate, Logistics - moving product in & out of our ports, professional sports, gambling, law enforcement & government (the largest employer of the population I believe) not necessarily in that order ... more
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Fri Apr 19, 2013
Karym Casas answered:
It depends. If you are going to continue your studies in Miami, then the proximity to the school will always be important.
Taking into account your budget, the safety factor and the proximity to the beach, I will suggest the area west of US 1 from the end of I 95 to sunset street.
It is a very central area in town and it is not far from the beach. The roads area is just minutes from Key Biscayne Beaches or South Beach.
Pricing for rentals in that area vary according to the size or type of property. Still a $1000 a month will get you a nice 1/1.
Call me for more infomation or visit my site at www.kcmiamiproperties.com
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Thu Apr 4, 2013
Marco Torres answered:
Miami is the attraction to all levels of tourist because our warm weather all year long. We have major sport events (NFL, NBA, NASCAR, etc), music concerts, boat shows, car shows, food shows, festivals, cruises, hotels on the beaches... etc. Sometimes Miami residents are unaware of these great things happening.
Marco Torres
Miami Premier Realty
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Thu Jan 31, 2013
David Siddons Group answered:
Dear Sir/Madam,

In Miami the areas which are best to raise kids are probably Coral Gables, Pinecrest, South Miami and the Grove

Here is why:
Lots of Singly family homes in a safe area and some of the States' best schools (eg Gullivers at Pinecrest)

Please call me or email me at 305 508 0899 or siddons.d@ewm.com for more information
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Sat Jan 26, 2013
Ron Thomas answered:
Because, one by one, a lot of socially enigmatic people chose to live there.
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Mon Oct 15, 2012
Nereida Figueroa answered:
Every year before the hurricane season Miami-Dade County develope strategies in how to act in case we have a hurricane warning. I suggest to you to look at miami-dade.gov and look for those guide for the entire family. ... more
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Sun Aug 12, 2012
Matilda Pitigoi answered:
Yes ,I want a home to rent very low price and obtion to buy 3,4 bedrooms two bats and yard fenced ,
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Mon Oct 18, 2010
Tammy Hayes answered:
See the Florida Landlord and Tenant Laws. Go to the following web site:
http://www.800helpfla.com/landlord_text.html

Tammy Hayes, Realtor
Sandals Realty, Punta Gorda, FL
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Tue Feb 2, 2010
Adrian Diaz Sieckel answered:
Hi There,
I found two sets of stats:

One is what you will find here on the Trulia website
http://www.trulia.com/real_estate/Miami-Florida/community-info/

The other is from Metro Dade County.
http://www.emh3.com/emhthree/METRO_MIAMI_CRIME_STATISTICS_2007.pdf
I am sure more current stats are available as they should have just been published.

Unfortunately, when this data is disbursed it is not given by zip but rather by city or municipality which in many cases encompasses more than one zip code.

For example, both zips you are referring to are in the City of Miami. One is Brickell Proper (33131) and the other is Brickell west going beyond i-95. While they both have overlap in building types where the zip codes meet so to speak... There is a difference in value of properties, transience, size of properties, years held and income levels as you move west.

As to what happens after 4:30, I would direct you to the City of Miami Police dept & their public information division or Ombudsman to help with that question as it would go beyond what you would find in published reports. That website would be www.miami-police.org/annual_reports.html
But again, you will need to speak to someone for granular data or find a pay service.

I am guessing this is for a commercial space with some sort of social use IE: bar, club, restaurant, etc...?

Feel free to correct me or reach out if there is something more specific you might have in mind.
Best,
Adrian
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Sat Oct 3, 2009
Kruger answered:
Beware of annonymus complaints like this by people who most likely are mad because they towed his/her car, and try to vent their frustation by smearing the building with petty charges like this.
This building is well maintained, but some people want the 'liberty' to do whatever they want, and that's how condos go to hell and turn into a 'dump' for real.
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Sun Jul 13, 2008
Andre Shambley answered:
Good Morning Bella,

One detail about Miami that will always make it a magical city is there is somethign for everyone. Whether you are looking for a home, nightlife, or adventure the diversity is absolute. Based on your wants and needs each community has something to offer. From Aventura to Pinecrest you will find a home and quality of life that is easy to enjoy.

In Sunny Isles Beach, Florida there is a new residential commercial project being developed named St. Tropez. A Trio of towers offering waterfront condominium residences and the new city of Sunny Isles Towne Center nestled on the Intracoastal Waterway. The three towers sit on a common base that is a tribute to an old Mediterranean village and exemplifies the charm and charisma of the South of France. The street level of St. Tropez will soon become the City of Sunny Isles Towne Center featuring beautiful upscale dining and shopping attractions. The towers themselves will be true Italian works of art reflecting a sleek and Modern design. Price Ranges from $600’s-$2.6M.

If this sounds like something of interest please give give me a call or send me an email. My contact information is listed below.

Andre Shambley
Luxury Home Specialist
http://www.Keyes.com/Andre.Shambley
AndreShambley@keyes.com
Office: 305-931-8920 ext 245
Mobile: 305-788-6643
Fax: 305-931-9853


"Given the degree of exposure I can provide, if I can't sell your home...no one can!"
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Fri Jul 4, 2008
Ricardo Hernandez answered:
hola mi nombre es Ricardo ,quisiera saber sobre la venta de una propieda ,haber si puede llamarme al 786-443-9010
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Thu Apr 24, 2008
Carlos Ruiz De Quevedo answered:
Besides selling real estate I own rental properties. Fortunately I've had very few problems with tenants. However, I spend a good deal of time trying to find the right tenant. The hardest job for a landlord is getting the right tenant. If you do that task right, the rest is easy.

Develop a criteria of the tenant you want and stick to it. Also check their background carefully. Besides checking credit report and criminal records also find out if they have been evicted before. Call previous landlords and find out if they were good tenants. If you do your homework finding the tenant, the rest is relatively easy. By the same token if you come across a bad tenant, get rid of them quickly. The situation does not improve with time.
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Wed Mar 19, 2008
Bettina Robson answered:
Hi Charlene, Good question. It shows you are thinking with a business head. PA means Professional Association and means that you have filed for Sub S Corporation status. I am not an attorney or CPA. When I became a PA I did so on the advice of my CPA.That advice was that if you are making over $50,000 annually you should consider this status. There is a tax benefit. Everyone's situation is different. So I advise you check with an accountant. If you are short on cash, H&R Block is pretty reasonable to start out. Check with your broker on who they use. Every agent needs a good tax advisor. By the way. Are you working yet? I am looking for an agent. Click on my info and send me an email. ... more
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Fri Mar 14, 2008
Pamela Mayers answered:
Your accountant should tell you. You can set it up many ways. The PA is done at a low cost and it will help you write off expenses. Do it now before you get busy.
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