December 2009 Market Status Of Miami Beach Real Estate

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Services for Real Estate Pros with Miami Real Estate Inc.
Investing in a property in Miami Beach real estate is a grand idea -- dozens of luxurious properties can be your own special vacation home, a profitable rental property that caters to tourists and vacationers; or hold on to it to be sold later when the prices are at its peak.

But before you dish out any money for the purchase of a residential property in Miami Beach real estate, it is best if you take some time to get to know the market first to help you prepare, plan, and acquire the best home deal to make it worth your while.

Home Prices and Loans

Prices of properties in Miami Beach real estate have declined compared to last month's figures. Don’t get me wrong; the market is on the mend and property values have nothing to do with it. There are plenty of factors involved why prices of real estate properties in Miami Beach went down, like the availability, demand, economy, and so on.

According to statistics, there are around 15,000 residential properties for sale in the city. A large percentage of this number, around 93% approximate, belonged to previously owned properties (Homes for Sale), while the remaining is under the foreclosure market.

Average price of homes for sale went down to $400,000 compared to $415,000 from last month's figures -- a total of 5.9% drop. Foreclosed properties on the other hand have a median price of 0.2% that closes the value at $234,000.

For those who are planning to purchase a property in Miami Beach real estate through a home mortgage loan, then make sure that you have a good credit score to back you up. In most cases, single-family homes and townhouses are quite easy to finance; condos on the other hand might encounter some hindering looks from financial institutions. Lenders and banks will not issue you a loan for a condo if there are 10% delinquents in that area.

Speculations and Advice

Buying the perfect property for a successful investment is not possible if you don’t take time to plan out the project. Keep in mind that there might be hundreds of properties among the 15,000 in the city that fits your specifications.

Such is the case; it is a good idea to check the selections in the market first, list down those that you like, and compare. You can look for a realtor to give you some helpful advice for the purchase; or give them total control in the acquisition to guarantee its success.

Again, make sure that you are aware of the market first before you buy. Know the price, check the properties, and seek expert advice to get the best deals in the Miami Beach real estate market and avoid regrets later on.

William W. Teho, Jr.
Miami Beach Real Estate
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Hi William.

Nice blog. Good information and advice. I myself have been thinking about buying a place in the Miami area before prices start to go up again.

Thanks for posting.

Roy

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Dec 17, 2009 02:35 AM #1
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