Miami Real Estate - First Quarter Figure Of The Miami Home Market This 2010

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Services for Real Estate Pros with Miami Real Estate Inc.
Miami real estate is enjoying popularity from homebuyers and investors are prices continue to go down. Figures of the Miami home market indicates that the 25,000 properties in the city are sold in unbelievably low prices and marks a perfect time for buyers to scour the market for a successful investment.

Prices Go Down

According to property figures, previously-owned properties in Miami real estate went down by 0.5% that closed the median market price at $199,000. There are around 19,000 homes under this listing that offers quite a selection for both first-time buyers and property investors looking for an affordable investment in the city.

The foreclosure market in Miami real estate, which is said to be the cheapest in the entire US, continues to go down even after the projected slowdown of further decline in regards to its prices. Today, the foreclosure market in Miami went down by 2.4% that closed the median market price at $163,000 -- a favorable price among the 15,000 properties, including foreclosures, bank-owned, and short-sales.

Loans Also Go Down

If you're thinking about using loans from lenders to start your first investment in Miami real estate then now is the perfect time to scout around for a good offer. Short-term loans in Miami real estate are down right now. According to figures online, 1 to 5 year loans went down by an average of 0.016% and closed the values at 3.3%. Despite these facts, it is still quite possible to get a much lower rate if you have a good credit score to back you up.

Home Scouting

Despite the price drops on properties in Miami real estate, it is still a good idea to exercise a little bit of prudence and be careful with the investment. There are quite a lot of properties available for you to choose from and waiting for the market to yield to your favor is a good idea if you want to successfully land a good deal.

If you're not sure what you're getting into then you might want to hire the services of a realtor to help you out. If not, just look for properties on the Internet then compare until you find the right purchase for you.

William W. Teho, Jr.
Miami Real Estate
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