The real estate business all over the world has taken an upward trajectory in the recent past. One of the regions that have benefited most from these developments is the southern part of Florida, particularly along the Miami Beach. Over a period not exceeding ten years, hundreds of condominiums have been erected in the region, with each one of them having a unique architectural design. Consequently, Miami has seen a tremendous transformation to become one of the most breathtaking sceneries in the USA and the world at large.
Some of the notable luxury condominiums completed recently are 101 Key Biscayne condo along Key Biscayne, Brickell City Centre condo along South Miami Avenue, and Faena House condo along Collins Avenue, Miami. 1010 Brickell condo along Brickell Avenue, 1000 Museum condo along Biscayne Boulevard Avenue, and Armani Casa Condo Residences along Collins Avenues are all near completion, with occupation expected to begin later this year or early next year.
The Gated Neighborhood Homes
Besides the luxury condominiums, gated neighborhood homes and bay front estates have mushroomed in Miami over the last decade. These homes have significantly increased the population in the coastal town and, thus increasing the demand for social facilities. Consequently, Miami has seen the development of luxury oceanfront nightclubs and beach hotels. Source: realtor.com
About Samuel Strauch: A Real Estate Agent
Samuel Strauch has a 14-year experience as an agent in the real estate industry in Florida. His star shone when he founded the real estate consultancy firm, Metrik Real Estate, in2002. Samuel is the current president of a Miami Beach real estate company, Affinity International Realty. He has represented buyers in close to 70 percent of all the transactions he has made in the last eight years.
According to angel.co, having studied International Business at Harvard, Samuel blends his academic qualifications and experience to succeed in the very competitive real estate industry. He has offered brokerage services to some of Florida’s real estate investors. Case in point, he was in charge of selling a condominium worth over $800,000 along Collins Avenue
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