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Shopping & Local Amenities in Miami : Real Estate Advice

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Thu Sep 18, 2014
pramosrealtor answered:
Aromas del Peru is Fab! Many great restaurants all around town ...Google, and surprise , surprise!
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Thu Jun 5, 2014
Compton Harris answered:
It's relatively close by (20-30 minutes), but still there are better options if you're trying to stay as nearby to Barry University as possible.
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Mon May 26, 2014
Yanoska Diaz answered:
In Urban Miami, there will never be a problem in finding a grocery or convenience store, actually there are many nearby.
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Tue May 20, 2014
Javier Olmedo answered:
Hey Ral,

Let me know what it is that you are looking to find out and I will do my best to assist you!

Thanks for taking the time to read this.
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Wed Mar 19, 2014
Mott Marvin Kornicki answered:
Nadia AttoSi:

Perfect answers!! Yves is on target with her response; 123rd at US-1 is a Brand New Whole Feed Store and New Publix is at 67th and A1A.

There is also M&M's Market at 74th and Collins as well as The Chsistalle Fine Foods and Saloon across the street. ... more
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Sun Dec 8, 2013
Irina Karan answered:
Miami Equestrian Center
(786) 357-2698
19525 Sw 142nd Ave, Miami, FL 33177
Cross Streets: Between Quail Roost Dr and Vihlen Dr

Hope this helps,

Irina Karan
Beachfront Realty, Inc.
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Wed Aug 7, 2013
Jose Gomez answered:
I’ll start off by saying that Realtors should not ethically get involved in a discussion regarding the safety of a neighborhood or community as he/she may somehow be violating the rights of a protected class (anti-discrimination law).
With that disclosure, I’ll say that unfortunately there are no such things as truly safe neighborhoods. Crime can happen even in the most protected, guarded, gated, highest security neighborhoods. And most often the crimes that are committed are simply crimes of opportunity – so basically, don’t let your guard down, be aware of your surroundings, be vigilant and take the necessary precautions to be safe.
If you would like more information on quality of life, you can log into my website at At the top of my website is a tab that says Local Information. Click on the tab and then enter the location that you want more data on. You will find information on quality of life, people, demographics, schools, environment, etc. You can also check the crime statistics of a particular neighborhood by visiting the local police department or .

I hope that this was helpful. If there is anything I can help you with further, I'm just an email / phone call away.

Professionally yours,
Jose Gomez, Realtor
Real Living – First Service Realty
(305) 915-4679
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Thu Apr 4, 2013
Leonardo da Motta answered:
A lot. The economic downturn pushed quite a bit of the financially week out of town, and in search of more economical places with a more affordable cost of living. A new wave of investors florished motivated by the short sale/foreclosures/underpriced real estate market, bringing new money to town, and lots of it. This new wave are increasingly looking for quality housing, and quality living, with a need of more sophisticated services to cator to it. The result is a new and exciting time in the city, affecting all aspects, including an emmerging boom for the Arts , Shows and Entertainment industries.
If you want to chat more, or study any Miami niche market in particular, please do not hesitate to contact me, on the below contact information.
Best regards,

Leonardo da Motta (Leo),
Broker Associate
First Service Realty/ Real Living
Doral, Florida
Cell : (305) 205- 8912
Fax.- (305) 471-0885
Email :
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Thu Apr 4, 2013
Marco Torres answered:
Every day we are getting more free Wifi. You can get it on Mac Donalds, Starbucks, coffee shops, libraries, hotels, some public parks, some hospitals. The only place it will take some time to get FREE is Miami International Airport.
Marco Torres
Miami Premier Realty
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Mon Jun 25, 2012
Annette Lawrence answered:
If I were to encounter such real estate in the Miami area, I would have 15 investors bidding the price up to $180,000 in a heartbeat.

You really need to sit down with a real estate professional and chat about your situation and review what the existing market offers. A multi-dimensional real estate professional will have solutions that can circumvent issues that would be show stopper for others. These agents, however, are busy and will not chase you down for your business. You will need to call them. Please, call them only of you are a serious buyer.

If you are not serious, then Trulia or Zillow is the right place to spend your time.

You have already missed the bottom of the market, taking action soon will prove vital to achieving your goal. You need to call a Miami/Lauderdale agent.
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Tue Jun 19, 2012
Irene M. Fajardo answered:
Hi Lourdes,

I would love to help you find the perfect place that suits all your needs. I specialize in the area of Midtown (close to 36th St), Downtown, and Brickell. I can send you several options by email and then you can choose which ones you would like to visit personally.

I look forward to your reply.

Irene Fajardo
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Tue Jun 5, 2012
Ann Ryan answered:
Casi casi loca,

Even in Little Havana, one can find free wifi.

McDonald's corporate website gives the same info. Warning, while their service is okay, McDonald's doesn't provide electrical outlets. ... more
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Wed Sep 3, 2008
Mott Marvin Kornicki answered:
Miami is known the world over for having some of the best beaches, finest restaurants, great shopping and Hurricanes!

From the southern end of Miami; The Falls, Coconut Grove, Mayfair Shops, Merrick Park, Bal Harbour Shops, Aventura Mall, the list goes on and on! ... more
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