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Miami Market Update for CRS Spain - Spanish
Miami …
Actualidad del
Mercado Inmobiliario
Miami Association
of Realtors
42,000 Members
in 4,500 Companies
Largest Local Realtor Association
in
U.S.
42.000 Asociados
en 4,500 empresas
La asociación local mas grande de
EE.UU.
Miami Association of Realtors
•  Fundada en 1920
•  Representamos agentes comerciales,
residenciales, internacional, etc.
•  6 Juntas Directivas – Principal, Residencial,
Comercial, Broward, JTHS y Young
Professionals
•  Tenemos Asociados en Miami-Dade, Broward,
Palm Beach, Jupiter y Martin
136 Global
Partnerships
Worldwide
136
Convenios
Globales
5 Años Record
Mayor Numero de Ventas
2011 – 2012 – 2013 - 2014
Otro Año Record para Viviendas Unifamiliares – 2015
Precios Iguales a los del 2004
December 2015 Precios de Ventas
Casas/Unifamiliares
Medio $279,000
+9.4%
Condos
$207,400
+6.4%
Aumento % Sobre diciembre 2014
Los Precios han Aumentado
Constantemente
Desde Diciembre 2011
Mayormente Aumentos de Dígitos Doble
Condos – 54 Meses de Aumento
Casas Unifamiliares – 49 Meses de Aumento
Precios Equivalentes a Hace 11 Años - 2004
Precios de Ventas
Punto mas alto 2007
$380,000 Casas
$272,000 Condos
Precios Tocaron
Fondo 2011
------------Septiembre 2015
$279,000 Casas
$207,400 Condos
= 2004 Precios
Comparación de Precio de Ventas
Miami
SF
$279,000
Condo $200,500
Florida
U. S.
$ 206,500
$156,500
$224,100
Todo tipo de vivienda
Inventario de Viviendas
43,000 Viviendas
Agosto 2008
18,600
Diciembre 2015
Meses de Inventario
Casas = 5.2
Condos = 9.5
Mercado Inmobiliario de Miami Solido …
% de Precio Dias a la Venta
de Venta
(LP)
(DOM)
Casas
Condos
95.3% LP
93.6% LP
50 DOM
60 DOM
Ventas en Efectivo
Nacional
24% en Efectivo
Miami
50.2% en Efectivo
34.4% Casas Unifamiliares
65% Condos
_____________
Obra Nueva 90%
Ventas Tradicionales Aumentan
Menos “Short Sales” y “Foreclosures”
Miami-Dade
U.S.
Diciembre 2015
Diciembre 2015
77.2% Tradicional
22.8% En Crisis
92% Tradicional
8% En Crisis
5.0% Ventas Cortas
19.3% Ejecuciones Hipotecarias
Peter Zalewski & Cranespotters.com
Obra nueva, condos al este de la I-95
•  Se han construido 38 torres con 690 plantas y 3,639
unidades
•  Hay en obra: 74 torres con 1,599 plantas y 10,148 unidades
• 
El 70% de las unidades se han vendido
Cobertura Mediática
Mas Destacada …
Wall Street
Journal
Rich Brazilians
… Miami
Keyword
“Dilma”
Hablando
Internacionalmente…
136
Convenios
Globales
Perfiles de Compradores
Internacionales Preparados
por la National Association of
Realtors
Nacional – Junio 2015
Florida – Oct 2015
Miami – Nov 2015
Top 5 - States
1.  Florida 21%
2.  California 16%
3.  Texas 8%
4.  Arizona 5%
5.  New Jersey, New
York, Illinois,
Washington 3%
50% en
Miami/Ft Lauderdale
Nuestras Ventas Internacionales Sumaron
10,600 inmuebles - $6.1 mil millones
22% del mercado residencial en Miami
En comparación - 12% en Florida y 4% nacionalmente
El volumen en dólares sumo
36% de todas la ventas
En comparación - 24% de Florida y 8% nacionalmente
*No incluye obra nueva
Dollar
Volume of
International
Sales of
Members:
$6.1 Billion or
36 Percent of
Residential
Dollar Sales
*Based on estimate of
transactions closed by Miami
REALTORS® members
Dollar&Volume&of&Interna/onal&Sales&of&Members:&&
$6.1&Billion&or&36&Percent&of&Residen/al&Dollar&Sales*&
Palm*Beach;*
$0.16;*2.7%*
In&Billion&Dollars&
Mar?n*County;*
$0.03;*0.5%*
Broward,**
$1.10;*18.0%*
Miami%Dade;*
$4.82;*78.9%*
Source:(Na+onal(Associa+on(of(REALTORS®(
*Based(on(es+mate(of(transac+ons(closed(by(Miami(REALTORS®(members(
International
Sales of MIAMI
Members:
10,600 Properties
or 22 Percent of
Residential Closed
Sales
(Not including pre-construction
sales)
Palm Beach, 418 ,
3.9%
Martin County, 47 ,
0.4%
Broward, 2,692 ,
25.2%
Miami-Dade,
7,521 , 70.4%
Source: National Association of REALTORS®
*Based on estimate of transactions closed by Miami REALTORS® members
ORIGIN &
DESTINATION OF
FOREIGN BUYERS
Other
2%
Destination
of
Venezuelan
Buyers
Broward
17%
Miami-Dade
81%
Palm Beach
5%
Destination of
Brazilian
Buyers
Broward
12%
Miami-Dade
83%
Broward
24%
Destination of
Argentinian
Buyers
Miami-Dade
76%
Martin County
1%
Other
Palm 5%
Beach
10%
Destination
of Canadian
Buyers
Broward
57%
Miami-Dade
27%
Palm Beach
3%
Destination
of Columbian
Buyers
Other
2%
Broward
33%
Miami-Dade
62%
Top Tier
Countries
S. Florida
Second Tier
Countries
S. Florida
Others
29%
Top Foreign
Buyers in
Miami-Dade*
France
3%
Italy
4%
Venezuela
26%
Brazil
14%
Mexico
4%
* Countries listed accounted for at least 3 percent of foreign buyers who purchased in that county.
Argentina
12%
Colombia
8%
Venezuela
16%
Others
38%
Top
Foreign
Buyers in
Broward*
Canada
16%
Brazil
6%
Colombia
12%
Argentina
12%
* Countries listed accounted for at least 3 percent of foreign buyers who purchased in that county.
Top
Foreign
Buyers in
Broward*
Top
Foreign
Buyers in
Palm
Beach*
Others
40%
Canada
32%
Brazil
28%
* Countries listed accounted for at least 3 percent of foreign buyers who purchased in that county.
Foreign Buyers of Martin County*
Top
Foreign
Buyers in
Martin
County*
Others
15%
Canada
34%
China, People's Republic
51%
* Countries listed accounted for at least 3 percent of foreign buyers who purchased in that county.
Cash Sales Cash
Sales
Among
Major
Buyers
Venezuela
Brazil
Argentina
Colombia
Canada
All foreign buyers
Percent of buyers
74%
75%
80%
66%
86%
74%
Use of
Property for
Vacation
and Rental
Purposes
Among
Major
Buyers
Use of Property for V acation, Rental, or Both Percent of buyers
Venezuela
64%
Brazil
81%
Argentina
81%
Colombia
65%
Canada
83%
All foreign buyers
71%
Type of Area Preferred
Type of
Area
Preferred
Among
Major
Buyers
Venezuela
Brazil
Argentina
Colombia
Canada
All foreign buyers
Type of area
Central city/urban
Central city/urban
Central city/urban
Central city/urban
Same preference for suburban, resort, central city
Central city/urban
* Percent of buyers for each type of area Percent of buyers
67%
80%
61%
69%
33%*
62%
Type of Property Preferred Among
Major Buyers
Type of Property Preferred
Condominium
Venezuela
46%
Brazil
62%
Argentina
57%
Colombia
46%
Canada
72%
All foreign buyers
53%
Single-­‐family, detached
30%
25%
24%
37%
21%
29%
Previously
Owned
Units
Purchased
Among
Major
Buyers
Previously-­‐owned Home Purchases
Percent of buyers
Venezuela
82%
Brazil
81%
Argentina
91%
Colombia
90%
Canada
94%
All foreign buyers
85%
Intended
Month’s
Use
Among
Major
Foreign
Buyers
Intended Months' Use of Property
Up to six months
Venezuela
55%
Argentina
60%
Brazil
73%
Colombia
50%
Canada
76%
All foreign buyers
58%
Don't Know
26%
31%
11%
17%
11%
21%
Beacon
Council
2015
Quien Busca
Propiedades en
Miami?
Indicadores de Negocios Futuros Adonde buscan viviendas los consumidores extranjeros? Datos de Realtor.com Noviembre 2015 10 Zonas Principales en EE.UU. Donde mas buscan los consumidores extranjeros: 1.  Miami-­‐Fort Lauderdale-­‐West Palm Beach, FL 2.  Los Angeles-­‐Long Beach-­‐Anaheim, CA 3.  Orlando-­‐Kissimmee-­‐Sanford, FL 4.  Bellingham, WA 5.  Urban Honolulu, HI 6.  New York-­‐Newark-­‐Jersey City, NY-­‐NJ-­‐P 7.  Naples-­‐Immokalee-­‐Marco Island, FL 8.  Tampa-­‐St. Petersburg-­‐Clearwater, FL 9.  Kahului-­‐Wailuku-­‐Lahaina, HI 10. Cape Coral-­‐Fort Myers, FL Adonde buscan los compradores Globales? (10 of 13) Realtor.com Posted monthly On Realtor.org Noviembre 2015 •  Australia and New Zealand: 1. Los Angeles-­‐Long Beach-­‐Anaheim, CA, 2. New York-­‐Newark-­‐Jersey City, NY-­‐NJ-­‐PA, 3. Dallas-­‐Fort Worth-­‐Arlington, TX, 4. Houston-­‐The Woodlands-­‐Sugar Land, TX, 5. Miami-­‐Fort Lauderdale-­‐West Palm Beach, FL •  Caribbean: 1. Miami-­‐Fort Lauderdale-­‐West Palm Beach, FL, 2. Orlando-­‐Kissimmee-­‐Sanford, FL, 3. New York-­‐Newark-­‐Jersey City, NY-­‐
NJ-­‐PA, 4. Atlanta-­‐Sandy Springs-­‐Roswell, GA, 5. Los Angeles-­‐Long Beach-­‐Anaheim, CA •  Central America: 1. Miami-­‐Fort Lauderdale-­‐West Palm Beach, FL, 2. Orlando-­‐Kissimmee-­‐Sanford, FL, 3. Tampa-­‐St. Petersburg-­‐
Clearwater, FL, 4. Houston-­‐The Woodlands-­‐Sugar Land, TX, 5. New York-­‐Newark-­‐Jersey City, NY-­‐NJ-­‐PA •  Central Asia: 1. Dallas-­‐Fort Worth-­‐Arlington, TX, 2. Auscn-­‐Round Rock, TX, 3. New Orleans-­‐Metairie, LA, 4. Los Angeles-­‐Long Beach-­‐Anaheim, CA, 5. New York-­‐Newark-­‐Jersey City, NY-­‐NJ-­‐PA •  Eastern Africa: 1. Atlanta-­‐Sandy Springs-­‐Roswell, GA, 2. Los Angeles-­‐Long Beach-­‐Anaheim, CA, 3. Washington-­‐Arlington-­‐Alexandria, DC-­‐VA-­‐MD-­‐WV, 4. Dallas-­‐Fort Worth-­‐Arlington, TX, 5. New York-­‐Newark-­‐Jersey City, NY-­‐NJ-­‐PA •  Eastern Asia: 1. Los Angeles-­‐Long Beach-­‐Anaheim, CA, 2. New York-­‐Newark-­‐Jersey City, NY-­‐NJ-­‐PA, 3. Washington-­‐Arlington-­‐
Alexandria, DC-­‐VA-­‐MD-­‐WV, 4. Dallas-­‐Fort Worth-­‐Arlington, TX, 5. San Francisco-­‐Oakland-­‐Hayward, CA •  Eastern Europe: 1. Los Angeles-­‐Long Beach-­‐Anaheim, CA, 2. Miami-­‐Fort Lauderdale-­‐West Palm Beach, FL, 3. New York-­‐Newark-­‐
Jersey City, NY-­‐NJ-­‐PA, 4. Chicago-­‐Naperville-­‐Elgin, IL-­‐IN-­‐WI, 5. Orlando-­‐Kissimmee-­‐Sanford, FL •  Middle Africa: 1. Houston-­‐The Woodlands-­‐Sugar Land, TX, 2. Miami-­‐Fort Lauderdale-­‐West Palm Beach, FL, 3. Washington-­‐
Arlington-­‐Alexandria, DC-­‐VA-­‐MD-­‐WV, 4. Fayeeeville-­‐Springdale-­‐Rogers, AR-­‐MO, 5. New York-­‐Newark-­‐Jersey City, NY-­‐NJ-­‐PA •  North America: 1. New York-­‐Newark-­‐Jersey City, NY-­‐NJ-­‐PA, 2. Chicago-­‐Naperville-­‐Elgin, IL-­‐IN-­‐WI, 3. Dallas-­‐Fort Worth-­‐Arlington, TX, 4. Miami-­‐Fort Lauderdale-­‐West Palm Beach, FL, 5. Philadelphia-­‐Camden-­‐Wilmington, PA-­‐NJ-­‐DE-­‐MD •  Northern Africa: 1. Los Angeles-­‐Long Beach-­‐Anaheim, CA, 2. Miami-­‐Fort Lauderdale-­‐West Palm Beach, FL, 3. Washington-­‐
Arlington-­‐Alexandria, DC-­‐VA-­‐MD-­‐WV, 4. San Francisco-­‐Oakland-­‐Hayward, CA, 5. Orlando-­‐Kissimmee-­‐Sanford, FL •  Northern Europe: 1. Los Angeles-­‐Long Beach-­‐Anaheim, CA, 2. Orlando-­‐Kissimmee-­‐Sanford, FL, 3. New York-­‐Newark-­‐Jersey City, NY-­‐
NJ-­‐PA, 4. Miami-­‐Fort Lauderdale-­‐West Palm Beach, FL, 5. Tampa-­‐St. Petersburg-­‐Clearwater, FL •  South America: 1. Miami-­‐Fort Lauderdale-­‐West Palm Beach, FL, 2. Orlando-­‐Kissimmee-­‐Sanford, FL, 3. Los Angeles-­‐Long Beach-­‐
Anaheim, CA, 4. New York-­‐Newark-­‐Jersey City, NY-­‐NJ-­‐PA, 5. Boston-­‐Cambridge-­‐Newton, MA-­‐NH •  Western Europe: 1. Miami-­‐Fort Lauderdale-­‐West Palm Beach, FL, 2. Los Angeles-­‐Long Beach-­‐Anaheim, CA, 3. New York-­‐Newark-­‐
Jersey City, NY-­‐NJ-­‐PA, 4. Tampa-­‐St. Petersburg-­‐Clearwater, FL, 5. Cape Coral-­‐Fort Myers, FL ¿Quien se interesa por nuestras viviendas?
Visitantes Principales por
País que Acceden
Miamire.com
Enero 2016
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Colombia
Brasil
Venezuela
Argentina
Filipinas
Canada
India
Reino Unido
Puerto Rico
Francia
Cobertura Mediática del Mercado
Inmobiliario de Miami/de la Asociación
Según PR Web – 2016
1.  Canada
2.  U.K.
3.  Italy
4.  China & Guam
5.  Brazil & India
6.  Singapore
7.  Argentina
8.  Hong Kong & Singapore
9.  Australia, Belgium, Germany,
Venezuela
10. Israel & U.A.E
Visitantes Principales por Estado que Acceden Miamire.com Enero 2016
1.  California 2.  Texas 3.  New York 4.  Georgia 5.  Illinois 6.  Tennessee 7.  North Carolina 8.  South Carolina 9.  Michigan 10.  Pennsylvania Cobertura Mediácca por Estado … 1.  Florida
2.  California
3.  New York
4.  Texas
5.  Connecticut
6.  Georgia
7.  Ontario, Canada
8.  Georgia
9.  Washington
10. Indiana
SFMarketIntel.com
Sitio Web de la MIAMI
Association para datos
Y estadísticas del
Mercado
Informe de Knight Frank con la firma de invescgación Wealthinsight New York and
Miami …
Top Ciudades
Globales en
EE.UU.
… En 10 años? 2025 Pronóscco para los Ultra Ricos … Las ciudades mas importantes en el mundo 1. NY Viviendas de Lujo Lo que compra $1M USD Hong Kong 20m London
21m New York 34m Miami 59m Dubai 145m 2013
North America 1.  New York 2.  Miami 3.  D. C. 4.  San Francisco 5.  Toronto Europe 1.  London 2.  Geneva 3.  Paris 4.  Zurich 5.  Moscow Top 5 Cities by Region
And Top 5 Future Hotspots
Knight Frank Wealth Report 2014
Lacn America 1.  Sao Paulo 2.  Rio 3.  Buenos Aires 4.  Mexico City 5.  Sancago Asia Pacific 1.  Singapore 2.  Hong Kong 3.  Shanghai 4.  Beijing 5.  Sydney Middle East 1. Dubai From 2014 Report
Miami a leading luxury
capital of the world
By Ina Paiva Cordle
01/11/2015 2:00 PM
•  A cosmopolitan playground for the world’s wealthy
•  Synonymous with luxury in all its many manifestations:
multimillion-dollar real estate, exotic cars, yachts, highend watches, designer apparel
•  Attracting serious wealth from all over the globe —
those who won’t flinch at spending millions of dollars
for a condo or paying hundreds of thousands of dollars
for splashy wheels.
“Miami has really become the American Riviera”
Ken Gorin, president /chief executive, The Collection in Coral Gables,
which sells more Maseratis, McLarens and Porsches,
combined, than any other dealership in the United States.
“It’s where people want to be.”
•  The rich can shop at a dizzying array of designer
boutiques at various luxury shopping destinations
•  Bal Harbour Shops unveiled several newly
designed or expanded stores.
•  Aventura Mall also adding to its luxury roster
•  Miami’s Design District is quickly transforming into
a luxury shopping destination, with such stores as
Louis Vuitton, Prada, Berluti, Hermès, Lanvin,
Celine and Bulgari already open. Many more
boutiques will be opening in the district in 2015,
including Cartier, Ermenegildo Zegna, Valentino,
Versace and Givenchy.
•  By the end of 2016, two major shopping centers —
Brickell City Centre and Miami Worldcenter
“With so much of the world’s wealthiest visitors here,
many of the globe’s most luxurious brands now
count Miami as one of their top cities for sales.”
Vuelos Directos
Claves para Turismo,
Negocios & Bienes Raices
141 Destinos
Directos
Miami International Airport
CANADA (2)
Montreal (Dorval) (YUL)
AA,AC
Toronto (YYZ)
AA,AC,WS
SOUTH AMERICA (30)
Asuncion, Paraguay (ASU)
Barcelona, Venezuela (BLA)
Barranquilla, Colombia (BAQ)
Belem, Brazil (BEL)
Belo Horizonte, Brazil (CNF)
Bogota, Colombia (BOG)
Brasilia, Brazil (BSB)
Buenos Aires, Argentina (EZE)
Cali, Colombia (CLO)
Caracas, Venezuela (CCS)
Cartagena, Colombia (CTG)
Curitiba, Brazil (CWB)
Fortaleza, Brazil (FOR)
Georgetown, Guyana (GEO)
Guayaquil, Ecuador (GYE)
AA
9V
AV
JJ
AA,JJ
AA,AV,4C
AA,JJ
4M,AA,AR
AA,AV
AA,LA,S3
AV
AA
JJ
PY
AA
La Paz, Bolivia (LPB)
Lima, Peru (LIM)
Manaus, Brazil (MAO)
Maracaibo, Venezuela (MAR)
Medellin, Colombia (MDE)
Montevideo, Uruguay (MVD)
Paramaribo, Surinam (PBM)
Quito, Ecuador (UIO)
Recife, Brazil (REC)
Rio de Janeiro, Brazil (GIG)
Salvador, Brazil (SSA)
Santa Cruz, Bolivia (VVI)
Santiago, Chile (SCL)
Sao Paulo, Brazil (GRU)
Sao Paulo, Brazil (VCP)
AA
AA,AV,LA*
AA,G3,JJ
AA
AA,AV
AA
PY
AA,XL
AA
AA,JJ
AA
OB
AA,LA
AA,JJ
AA,G3
SERVES 149 CITIES NON-STOP
FIRST QUARTER 2015
CENTRAL AMERICA (10)
Belize City, Belize (BZE)
Guatemala City, Guatemala (GUA)
Liberia, Costa Rica (LIR)
Managua, Nicaragua (MGA)
Panama City, Panama (PTY)
AA
AA,AV
AA
AA,TA
AA,CM,OB
Roatan, Honduras (RTB)
San Jose, Costa Rica (SJO)
San Pedro Sula, Honduras (SAP)
San Salvador, El Salvador (SAL)
Tegucigalpa, Honduras (TGU)
AA
AA
AA,AV
AA,AV
AA
MEXICO (4)
Cancun (CUN)
Cozumel (CZM)
4O,AA
AA
Merida (MID)
Mexico City (MEX)
AM
4O,AA,AM
CARIBBEAN & BAHAMAS (32)
Antigua, West Indies (ANU)
Aruba, Neth. Antilles (AUA)
Barbados, West Indies (BGI)
Bermuda (BDA)
Cap Haitien, Haiti (CAP)
Cayman Brac, West Indies (CYB)
Curacao, Neth. Antilles (CUR)
Fort de France, Martinique (FDF)
Freeport, Bahamas (FPO)
George Town, Bahamas (GGT)
Grand Cayman, West Indies (GCM)
Grenada, Windward Islands (GND)
Kingston, Jamaica (KIN)
La Romana, Dom. Republic (LRM)
Marsh Harbour, Bahamas (MHH)
Montego Bay, Jamaica (MBJ)
AA
8I,AA,PY
AA
AA
AA,II
KX
7I,AA
AA
AA
AA
AA,KX
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
Nassau (Int'l) Bahamas (NAS)
North Eleuthera, Bahamas (ELH)
Pointe a Pitre, Guadeloupe (PTP)
Port Au Prince, Haiti (PAP)
Port of Spain, Trinidad & Tobago (POS)
Providenciales, Turks & Caicos (PLS)
Puerto Plata, Dom. Republic (POP)
Punta Cana, Dom. Republic (PUJ)
San Juan, Puerto Rico (SJU)
Santiago, Dom. Republic (STI)
Santo Domingo, Dom. Republic (SDQ)
St. Croix, Virgin Islands (STX)
St. Kitts, Leeward Islands (SKB)
St. Lucia, West Indies (UVF)
St. Maarten, Netherlands Antilles (SXM)
St. Thomas, Virgin Islands (STT)
AA,UP
AA
AA
AA,AF
AA,BW
AA
AA
4M,AA, LA
AA
AA
AA,G3
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
EUROPE/MIDDLE EAST (18)
Amsterdam, Netherlands (AMS)
Barcelona, Spain (BCN)
Berlin, Germany (TXL)
Brussels, Belgium (BRU)
Doha, Qatar (DOH)
Dusseldorf, Germany (DUS)
Frankfurt, Germany (FRA)
Helsinki, Finland (HEL)
Lisbon, Portugal (LIS)
OR
AA
AB
TB
QR
AB
LH
AY
TP
London (Heathrow) (LHR)
Madrid, Spain (MAD)
Milan, Italy (MXP)
Moscow (Domodedevo), Russia (DME)
Moscow (Sheremetyevo), Russia (SVO)
Munich, Germany (MUC)
Paris (Charles de Gaulle) (CDG)
Rome, Italy (FCO)
Zurich, Switzerland (ZRH)
AA,BA,VS
AA,IB,UX
AA
UN
SU
LH
AA,AF
AZ
LX
MIA TOP MARKETS & TOTAL PASSENGERS YEAR 2013
DOMESTIC
New York, New York
Atlanta, Georgia
Dallas/Ft. Worth, Texas
Los Angeles, California
Washington, DC
Chicago, Illinois
Orlando, Florida
San Juan, Puerto Rico
Boston, Massachusetts
Charlotte, North Carolina
Houston, Texas
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Tampa, Florida
Las Vegas, Nevada
San Francisco, California
Detroit, Michigan
St. Thomas, U.S. Virgin Islands
New Orleans, Louisiana
Raleigh / Durham, North Carolina
Baltimore, Maryland
Denver, Colorado
Minneapolis, Minnesota
St. Louis, Missouri
Jacksonville, Florida
Key West, Florida
INTERNATIONAL
3,139,328
1,491,606
1,103,819
1,069,126
1,051,076
1,039,223
978,909
784,305
755,185
753,566
688,220
560,323
499,111
396,255
376,696
329,888
324,724
294,563
264,177
250,562
220,079
219,064
194,164
157,126
141,857
Brazil
Colombia
Mexico
Venezuela
Dominican Republic
United Kingdom
Canada
Argentina
Peru
Panama
Cuba
Ecuador
Germany
The Bahamas
Spain
Jamaica
Haiti
Costa Rica
Chile
France
Trinidad and Tobago
Nicaragua
Cayman Islands
Honduras
Curacao
1,963,718
1,258,184
1,249,545
1,080,738
1,049,061
974,569
840,020
764,569
688,334
678,181
672,123
592,096
579,959
566,422
562,155
551,642
510,866
496,054
411,848
402,538
342,924
339,942
335,148
324,229
319,187
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Nov. 2 – Chartered Transportation from Miami to NAR's Realtors®
Conference & Expo in Orlando Property Tours & Programing in Broward
& Palm Beach & Martin County Markets
Summary
Oct. 26–29 – Pre-Congress Activities
Oct. 30–Nov. 1 – Miami International Real Estate Congress
Nov. 2 – Chartered Transportation to Orlando, Tours & Programming
Nov. 4-7 – NAR Realtors® Conference & Expo in Orlando
En línea
MiamiRE.com/Market
Teresa King Kinney, CEO
[email protected]
305-468-7010
Lynda Fernandez, SVP
[email protected]
305-468-7040

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