Per Miami-Dade County Tax Rolls it is 1309 Sq Ft, it is a small, condo-warehouse space. Is this what you're looking for or can I help you with something else?
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This property is already pending sale, meaning it is under contract. If you would like a list of available properties in the area I will be glad to assist you. Please go to my profile and click contact me and the system will send your message to my email.... more
Angie, the average in Coral Gables is 93 days. Price average is $550,000. This will vary based on the price of the house and your goal. If you want to maximize price, be prepared to wait longer. If you need to sell now, price aggressively, and you will have offers in days, if not hours. Shoot me an e-mail, and I would be happy to provide you specific information.... more
Apartment (1 bedroom) in City Centre 1,200.00 $
Apartment (1 bedroom) Outside of Centre 850.00 $
Apartment (3 bedrooms) in City Centre 2,600.00 $
Apartment (3 bedrooms) Outside of Centre 1,400.00 $... more
Hi Janet, I can see you may be new at this based on your questions. The highest appreciation has ocurred in the coastal condo markets, downtown Miami being one of those. 3+ bedrooms are usually the more preferred since they will have a larger buyer pool for re-sale. Rentals: it really does make a difference in returns, as a 1 bdrm condo can get you way better returns than 2 or 3 as the numbers are just more favorable. In other words, 2 & 3+ bedrooms do not get a proportionally larger monthly rents versus their costs to buy over a 1 bdrm. However a 1 bdrm will have a smaller buyer pool in re-sale (maybe). There are 2 major factors when investing in real estate and that is, 1) you make your profit upfront in the buy, relying on appreciation is fool-hardy; and 2) you MUST have a positive cash flow once allowing for debt service (if you're buying with a mortgage) + taxes + insurance + maintenance + allowing at least 5% vacancy, 5% management expenses (even if you manage yourself - your time is worth putting a number on) and 5 - 10% reserves for replacement. If you're buying cash, then your cash will be your limiting factor as to price & markets you can shop. If you're planning on buying with financing, then you MUST get pre-approved upfront if you want to play the game AND if this is your 1st real estate investment property (i.e. you don't have at least a 2-yr record of Landlording by filing a Sched E on your IRS returns) then you will be qualified for the payments WITHOUT the potential rental income being considered. There are many more issues and tips to consider when doing this and if you want to speak with a 32-yr real estate exeperienced Broker in Miami then fell free to call me during normal business hours, there's no initial costs and or obligations. Thank you, Steve E... more
As inexpensive as $25'Sq Ft for the shell NO internal improvements is what I've heard from releiable sources. Finished with A/C & offices etc approx $50 - $70/Sq Ft depending on the finishing quality and standards desired and also the HVAC, Power, Water & Sewer requirements of DER, OSHA, the County/Cities where located. Trust this helps you some and please be aware that I am NOT a licensed contractor, I am a 32-yr Florida Licensed Real Estate Broker.... more