Miami Fl real estate is one of the best investment when comes to properties in Florida. Located between Biscayne Bay to the East, the everglades to the west and to the north Lake Okeechobee, the city lies on Biscayne Bay which contains several island, like the famous Miami Beach and South Beach.
Miami has beautiful communities, such as, Golden Beach, Sunny Isles and Surfside Beach just to mention a few, distinctly different from any other city in America. This is no sleepy beach outpost, Magic City, City of the Future, City of Dreams, Gateway to the Caribbean, Capital of South America, The New New York. These names have coined for a city that clings to a strip of ancient Coral Sea bottom heaved up eons ago between the Gulf Stream and the Everglades. Known on the map and in the news as Miami, it was originally and Indian settlement, then an agricultural community purveying some odd root called "coontie," a backwater and a port for pirates and ship-scuttles.
Things picked up some more in the 1960´s when Miami became the second home for thousands of Cubans fleeing Castro. That stormy decade went out with bang, with protests in Miami Beach and race riots in Liberty City sparked by the presidential nomination of Richard Nixon at the 1968 Republican National Convention. The 1970´s were the glory days of the hometown football team, the Dolphins, and the 1980´s kicked off with Mariel boat lift of political refugees from Cuba to South Florida. An explosion of immigration from South America, Central America, and the Caribbean and, or course, the explosion of Miami Vice on television rounded out the decade. South Beach was reborn as "Sobe" crammed with more models, more movies and fashion shoots, more art deco hotels, more outdoor cafes, and more retro fashion per square foot that anyplace else on Earth.
In a little more than 100 years of boom and bust, high and low times, Miami has endured it all.
Miami is a pleasure dome, but it is also a working place of constant beginnings and renewal, a place where anything can happen-and often does. It is, as it has always been, a city of dreams.
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Miami Real Estate
Needless to say, this magnificent city still has real estate under-value real estate. In July of 2012 median home price in Miami is $250,000. There are 2335 condos, 4208 homes for sale and 131 active foreclosures, the highest priced condo sold for $4,000,000 at Grovenor House condominium and the lowest price condo sold for $25,311 at Coral Gate West Condo. There are still great deals waiting for you in this great city. We have foreclosures and bank owned properties are the best prices. But you need a local expert to help you. Guillermo Parapar and his team have been in the real estate industry for more than 11 years, archiving more than $20,000,000 of real estate transactions. For a local and knowledgeable service in Miami Fl real estate market contact Guillermo at 305.778.6933.