The Current Situation On Miami Condos In A Market Filled With Both Opportunities And Speculations

23 September 2011

Back when such an incredible number of condo development projects were in the taking shape in Miami, it is odd how no one really saw what was coming—or at least not in the way that people are now easily able to say make perfect sense in retrospect. With too many plans that were taking shape all at the same time, how come nobody knew what was readily bound to happen?

There are always skeptics regardless of what aspect of life is involved, but as far as the Miami real estate market and its extensive collection of condo establishments is concerned, it seems that the skeptics get the one-up this time around and now that their predictions back then seem to ring true today, it looks like the skeptics are at it once again and these Miami condos are still the subject in focus.

People are aware of the oversupply of condo properties which seems to hover over today’s Miami real estate market, but skeptics believe that as the region rises up from the ashes left by the devastating recession, such an oversupply is surely going to be gone before we know it and the same thing goes for the prices at which these real estate properties are so conveniently going for on the local market.

If people can recall tens of thousands of condo properties that rose all over the Miami region during the condo boom, such a high figure was anticipated to last for at least a decade or so. However, it seems that we are now looking at conditions which are very close to stabilization as only a few thousand of those condo properties remain today.

Going down memory lane a little further, people within the region might be able to remember how the vast number of condo properties that set the stage for such a large condo market involved Miami condos which were not exactly within the price range of your average individual. In fact, a significant percentage of those real estate options were particularly built with the intention of attracting people that were willing to put substantial amounts of money into high-end real estate which is exactly what these condo properties have proven to be.

But as market conditions grew weak, the prices of these condo properties have gone down as well, and the intentions of attracting high-end real estate buyers soon went out the window.

One thing for certain is that these fleeting market conditions will go much like they have come and soon enough the value of these Miami condos are sure to climb back up which will surely delight those who have been fortunate and able enough to even purchase these real estate properties during the buyer’s market.

Joan Vonnegut
Miami Condos