Property investment in Miami remains attractive

Property investment in Miami continues to thrive due to strong financial markets and strategic placement near Latin American and the Caribbean.

Property Investment in Miami

Do you have an acquired taste for the finer things in life? Countless individuals dream of residing or working in a city like Miami. With the population exceeding 5.5 million people, the area has become a haven for commerce, the arts, international trade, culture and entertainment. Vivacious & colorful, Miami exemplifies pristine eponymous architectural Art.

South Florida had its humble beginnings as farmland in the 1800s through coconut farming. In 1912 an investor and developer by the name of John Collins decided to build a bridge from Miami to Miami Beach, and the Miami Beach land boom soon followed. Receiving national accreditation as a historic landmark, South Beach caught the eye of the rich and famous as early as the 1920s when millionaires began snapping up land for private homes and hotels.

There are many reasons to invest in Florida from both a developer and buyer stand point. Living in Florida, you are exposed to a luxurious lifestyle only offered in two states – one being New York. With the rise of Prime Luxury Real Estate in Florida, many local and international developers are constructing new residential projects such as condos and family homes. Developers flock to Florida not only because the weather but also because they can strategically position themselves to reach the Latin American and Caribbean market.  Florida is also the second largest financial district, behind New York. Here in Florida, the number slogan of the people is to “Live, Work and Play” and not necessarily in that order. Florida is also the home of three world class projects, Swire Properties – Brickell City Centre, Porsche Design Tower and Residences of Armani Casa of Dezer Development.

With an abundance of new developments, Florida is no longer becoming a vacation spot for foreigners or the cliché “home of seniors”.  Three of Florida’s ports are in top 15 of busiest ports in the United States, making Florida on of the largest states to access to a wide array of connections to other countries through trade and logistics. Florida is becoming the place where everybody wants to live because of the sun, boats, cars, food, wine, fashion, art and of course…Real Estate.

Miami New Construction Show / MIPIMThe Miami New Construction Show has an unparalleled listing of high-end homes and recognizes this is a white-glove service at its absolute best attaining a multi facet of international acclaimed consumers. With the cooperation of MIPIM, we are bringing you educated panel sessions geared towards the Global Real Estate Investment Market.

The Miami New Construction Show will take place in Fort Lauderdale/Broward Convention Center on September 29 – October 1, 2016. For more Information Contact us: 305-209-9880 or Info@MiamiNewConstructionShow.com

About Author

Anita Funtek

Anita Funtek is the CEO of the Miami New Construction Show, a business unit of New Construction Show LLC. Based out of Miami, Florida, she is responsible for the strategic development, project management and coordination of South Florida’s largest buyer-direct real estate forum. A native of Hungary with almost 20 years of finance and real estate experience, Anita has held several executive and management positions including CEO of T & T USA, CEO – Head of Curatorial for the National Research and Development Foundation, Managing Director of United Solutions LLC and Manager for General Electric – Budapest Bank

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