Miami Condos Are Considered To Be The Best Property Investment For 2011 Onwards

29 September 2011

2012 is just around the corner and, so far, everything is looking good in the real estate market of Miami. According to recent surveys and statistics, sales of Miami condos and home properties have dramatically increased this year and most of Miami’s inventory is shrinking due to the continuous purchase of foreign buyers.

Just this year we have seen a lot of real estate sales and it does not seem to end there. Now that Miami has gotten even more popular worldwide, more foreign investors and buyers have prioritized Miami as their top choice of real estate investment. Everyone who invests in real estate properties agree that the Miami condo market is as hot as ever as nearly 70 percent of the condo property inventory has been already purchased by foreign and local buyers.

The current trend for real estate properties will not die out anytime soon as long as the exchange rate of foreign currencies remains higher than the continuously weakening U.S Dollar. Because most families overseas now consider living in the United States due to a lower cost of living, the trend of migrating from one place to another has been on-going for quite some time now.

Today, most of Miami is owned by Brazilians as a lot of people brand Miami as the Latin American state because the majority of the city’s population speak Spanish. Because of these foreign buyers and investors paying in cash, the real estate market nationwide has been literally turned upside down, in a good way of course, due to a lot of buyers taking a great interest in the lands and properties in the country.

The Miami real estate market is sure to show off its dominance when the next real estate boom hits the city –which is going to happen in the near future as long as there are continuous home and Miami condo purchases being made on a daily basis. If the momentum does not stop abruptly, it will only take Miami less than 2 years or so to fully reclaim its real estate losses that occurred some time between 2003 and 2008.

Being a part of a great city like Miami, it relieves investors knowing that the real estate market helps retain property values at its original price as much as possible to entice other investors to take their business in the Magic City as well. Since Miami condos are one of the top-selling properties in the market today, expect future developments to be focused on the condo market.

Joan Vonnegut
Miami Condos