Our business partner and broker Carolina Lara Arashiro was to capture for the 3rd year in a row in this survey from the perspective of the top industry experts and professionals.
Where should you live? Should you buy or rent? Here’s our 2019 Miami real estate survey
Kendall and North Miami surge as some of the best neighborhoods for home buyers. Brickell is among the hottest areas in town — as well as the most overvalued. And our ever-worsening traffic is playing an increasing role in where people decide to live.
And at last — Miami-Dade’s spiraling housing costs may be on the verge of cooling down a bit.
Those are among the key findings of the 2019 Miami Herald Real Residential Real Estate Survey, which is now in its fifth year. The study was conducted by the Miami-based research firm Bendixen & Amandi International between April 1-May 1. One hundred of Miami-Dade’s top brokers, agents, analysts and experts from all price points were interviewed in English and Spanish to gain their insights into the current housing market. The interviews were anonymous, so respondents could speak freely and candidly.
This year’s study included more people who specialize in the mid-price and rental markets, to better reflect the growing divide between Miami-Dade’s wealthy, foreign residents and its working-class locals.
Click bellow and learn more about the survey’s result: