Key aspects and procedures to buy a house in Miami

Miami’s real estate market is a safe and growing haven for both large and small investments.

Buying a house in Miami, the capital of Florida, is an opportunity to expand or diversify the heritage but before making the decision it is essential to know key aspects about taxation, procedures, and conditions of the Real Estate of Miami

First, Miami is a very large city, and the real estate market is very wide, both single-family homes and apartments (apartments). Therefore, it is important to know the different areas and value the best investment option.

The city of Miami is in Miami-Dade County, which contains 35 municipalities. It has a population of 420,000 inhabitants (such as Palma de Mallorca or Murcia) and is surrounded by other adjacent urban areas that are also interesting for real estate investment, such as Miami Beach, Coral Gables, Aventura, Bal Harbour, Cutler Bay, Indian Creek, Key Biscayne, North Bay Village, Pinecrest and South Miami. If you intend to make an investment in Real Estate Luxury, we must avoid some areas of Downtown and near the airport, and concentrate the search in areas such as Biscayne Bay, Miami Beach, or Brickell Ave

Regarding the distribution by profiles of residents / investors, along the coast we find large apartment buildings, more focused on couples and single customers. Further inland are the single-family houses where most families live.

Once you have chosen the area and the flat for purchase, it is very important before making an offer that the Realtor (buyer) Obtain from the Condominium Manager the Minutes of the ‘Board of Directors’. It is recent and legally binding information on whether there are spills or other charges that the new owner will bear. It is called “Special Assignment”. We also recommend an inspection by a certified ‘Home Inspector’, a process carried out by the buyer.

In addition, when evaluating the investment, it is important to consider the expenses associated with real estate in Miami, which can be grouped into three areas: monthly community fees, Municipal taxes and spills previously approved by the ‘Condominium Association’

From Homeinc, we recommend analyzing investment opportunities well and making safe operations, avoiding risks, and correctly anticipating the management of the new property. At your service we put our experience, If you have any questions about your property, contact the licensed professionals at Homeinc. We are here to help you with all your real estate needs. Call or text the team today 1-888-850-2636.