The Miami Beaches Market Pulse – September 2017

Hurricane Irma
Hurricane Irma – September 2017

Market Activity & Neighborhood Reports by Zip Code for the Miami Beaches

Hurricane Irma Strikes!

In prior posts I mentioned noted the long lag between this year and the last hurricane, Hurricane Wilma, we experienced in October of 2005, and that a huge number of people had moved to Southeast Florida who had not previously ever witnessed one of these beasts.  While Miami-Dade & Broward Counties suffered minimal damage, it was nearly 4 weeks before power was restored to all residences and traffic could resume normal patterns.  It will be interesting to see if Hurricane Irma results in a spike in listing volume (or not) as I believed it would.  Fortunately, Miami-Dade did not take a direct hit with this Category 4 Hurricane, at the same time, I was personally witnessing the wrath of this storm’s wind field here in Sunny Isles Beach which was both substantial, and documented with video via my Instagram and Facebook feeds.

The hurricane has most certainly affected sales data so the blips in the trends cannot be fully relied on at this time.  With the “knowing” of the oncoming storm, the resulting mass evacutation, and the effects of several days of being in the storm’s enormous wind field combined with the effects of the aftermath (power outages, blocked roads & cleanup), there is no real telling what September’s data “should have / could have been”.  Rather than make a lot of commentary on September’s data, I am simply going to publish the reports and eliminate the commentary on Sales Volume versus Listing Volume for this month.  Due to delayed reporting, as well, August’s numbers may not be as accurate as we hope and I have gone back to clarify that and adjust the report accordingly (numbers for MLS are due from Realtors by the 15th of the following month to be reported on).  Other than having commented on the Hurricane and it’s potential impact on people wanting to live here or remain living here, there is really nothing else to discuss for the month of September 2017.

See the Miami Association of Realtors® Market Focus Report for September 2017 here.

They did a great job of summarizing the issues caused by Hurricane Irma with respect to the numbers.  The expectation is for trends to resume (or so they say).  Over the following few months it will become more evident as to what, if any, impact the storm has had on the real estate markets of the Miami Beaches and Southeast Florida in general.

33139 – South Beach & The Venetian Islands

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** In the wake of the hurricane, no commentary will be given this month **

33140 – Mid-Beach, Bayshore, Sunset Islands, La Gorce & La Gorce Island

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** In the wake of the hurricane, no commentary will be given this month **

33141 – North Beach, Normandy Isle, Normandy Shores & North Bay Village

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  ** In the wake of the hurricane, no commentary will be given this month **

33154 – Bal Harbour, Surfside & Bay Harbor Islands

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  ** In the wake of the hurricane, no commentary will be given this month **

33160 – Sunny Isles Beach, Eastern Shores & Golden Beach

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 ** In the wake of the hurricane, no commentary will be given this month **

About the Miami Beaches Market Pulse

The Miami Beaches Market Pulse is a monthly market analysis by Christopher J. Lazaro, MBA & Licensed Real Estate Broker, featuring professional commentary, data & statistics, downloadable market reports & neighborhood reports, of the five zip codes of the Miami Beaches: 33139 (South Beach & The Venetian Islands), 33140 (Mid-Beach, the Sunset Islands, Bayshore, La Gorce & La Gorce Island), 33141 (North Beach, Normandy Isle, Normandy Shores, North Bay Village), 33154 (Surfside, Bal Harbour & Bay Harbor Island), 33160 (Sunny Isles Beach, Eastern Shores & Golden Beach).

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The Miami Beaches Market Pulse – August 2017 (Updated)

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Market Activity & Neighborhood Reports by Zip Code for the Miami Beaches

NOTE:  The data for the month of August may be SKEWED due to the impacts of Hurricane Irma.  Typically, numbers are due to be inputted into MLS by Realtors by the 15th of the following month.  Given that power was not restored until well after the 15th (they say the 19th, but I do not believe that is true),  This report and the September report may not reflect the true state of the market in terms of both listing volume and sales volume.

See the Miami Association of Realtors® Market Focus Report video for August 2017 here.

Due to the impacts of the Hurricane, I am withholding commentary (and have removed some previously written commentary) for the Months of August & September 2017.  The October report will be a full report as I typically publish and I will be sure to note any spikes in listing volume etc, perhaps due to the hurricane.  I am also keeping an eye out for surveys of homeowners, as I am interested in knowing what the aggregate general public’s reaction(s) and feeling(s) is/are regarding the hurricane and it’s aftermath.

I have attached the reports.  These may or may not have been affected by the hurricane, but I prefer to be sure about what I am looking at.  Much of the data is relevant of course, what is and has been listed and sales that did occur, and were documented, are properly recorded.

33139 – South Beach & The Venetian Islands

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33140 – Mid-Beach, Bayshore, Sunset Islands, La Gorce & La Gorce Island

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33141 – North Beach, Normandy Isle, Normandy Shores & North Bay Village

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33154 – Bal Harbour, Surfside & Bay Harbor Islands

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33160 – Sunny Isles Beach, Eastern Shores & Golden Beach

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About the Miami Beaches Market Pulse

The Miami Beaches Market Pulse is a monthly market analysis by Christopher J. Lazaro, MBA & Licensed Real Estate Broker, featuring professional commentary, data & statistics, downloadable market reports & neighborhood reports, of the five zip codes of the Miami Beaches: 33139 (South Beach & The Venetian Islands), 33140 (Mid-Beach, the Sunset Islands, Bayshore, La Gorce & La Gorce Island), 33141 (North Beach, Normandy Isle, Normandy Shores, North Bay Village), 33154 (Surfside, Bal Harbour & Bay Harbor Island), 33160 (Sunny Isles Beach, Eastern Shores & Golden Beach).

The Miami Beaches Market Pulse – July 2016 vs July 2015

South Point & The Miami Beaches
South Point & The Miami Beaches

July was a lackluster month in terms of sales volume versus the same time period in 2015 as we saw marginal gains in listing volumes across all 5 zip codes.  I spent much of the Summer consumed with commercial real estate transactions and short sales of residential real estate throughout the Miami-Dade, Broward and Palm Beach Counties.   Via more than one analysis tool, the market is currently a BUYERS MARKET.   Listing Volume continues to increase while Sales Volume continues to decrease.  From basic observation, I am seeing what is likely a record number of price reductions in progress throughout the beaches.  We continue to remain in a market correction. In this issue and in August’s issue I am going to be brief with my commentary, as September’s issue will have a year-to-date 3rd quarter analysis & wrap-up as well as commentary regarding both the retail residential market and the residential distressed market.

Market Activity & Neighborhood Reports by Zip Code for the Miami Beaches

33139 – South Beach

Median Est. Home Value: $394K, Down -0.5%; Median Est. Listing Price: $269K, Up 5.5%; Median Days in RPR: 119 Up 1.7%; Sales Volume: 61, Down –64.9%

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MLS Sales Volume is at a 3 year low.  Listing Volume is at a 3 year high.

33140 – Mid-Beach

Median Est. Home Value: $496K,  Up 2.4%; Median Est. Listing Price: $465K, Up 19.3%; Median Days in RPR: 119, Down –4.8%; Sales Volume: 33, Down –62.9%

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MLS Sales Volume is at a 3 year low.  Listing Volume is at a 3 year high.

33141 – North Beach & North Bay Village

Median Est. Home Value: $262K, Down 1.5%; Median Est. Listing Price: $260K, Up 15.6%; Median Days in RPR: 108, Up 1.9%; Sales Volume: 33, Down –73.2%

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MLS Sales Volume is at a 3 year low.  Listing Volume is at a 3 year high.

33154 – Bal Harbour & Bay Harbor Islands

Median Est. Home Value: $682K, Up 10.8%; Median Est. Listing Price: $505K, Up 15%; Median Days in RPR: 133, Up 0.8%; Sales Volume: 17, Down –82.5%

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MLS Sales Volume is at a 3 year low.  Listing Volume is at a 3 year high.

33160 – Sunny Isles Beach, Eastern Shores & Golden Beach

Median Est. Home Value: $352K, Up 0.7%;  Median Est. Listing Price: $325K, Up 25%; Median Days in RPR: 125, Up –10.6%; Sales Volume: 89, Down –42.2%

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MLS Sales Volume is at a 3 year low.  Listing Volume is at a 3 year high.

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Special Edition: The Miami Beaches Market Pulse: June 2016 – 1st Half of the Year Report, Part 1 of 2

Miami Beach
Aerial View of Miami Beach – South Beach & Fisher Island

As expected, the Miami Beaches continue to correct and listing volume continues to increase as more homeowners default on their mortgages and new construction projects complete, leading to the seemingly inevitable listing of many beautiful, yet vastly overpriced new construction units.  It should be noted that the media has finally jumped on the notion that not all is as perfect with the housing market, as so many seem to still often assume (simply because it, after all, is Miami Beach), as developers are either scrapping projects and selling their land or racing to complete their projects before the financial institutions backing them lose their confidence and pull funding (I still think it is still a bit premature for that to occur).

My June article is overdue, but my business in distressed assets has been growing rapidly, thus delaying me from making the time to publishing my data.  Fortunately the real estate business, as opposed to the stock market, moves like an air craft carrier; and the trends we have been seeing for more than 18 months continue to play out as expected.

I have already collected & uploaded my July data, and the June distressed data…so I will be brief in my commentary in this article as there is MUCH to be said in my forthcoming articles.  Tomorrow I will collect the August data and aspire to have that out in a more timely manner.

Market Activity & Neighborhood Reports by Zip Code for the Miami Beaches

33139 – South Beach

Median Est. Home Value: $391K, Up 1.1%; Median Est. Listing Price: $279K, Up 5.3%; Median Days in RPR: 120 Up 5.3%; Sales Volume: 104, Down –33.8%

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MLS Sales Volume is near a 3 year low.  Listing Volume is at a 3 year high.

33140 – Mid-Beach

Median Est. Home Value: $496K,  Up 4.6%; Median Est. Listing Price: $479K, Up 20.1%; Median Days in RPR: 120, – (flat); Sales Volume: 46, Down –27%

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MLS Sales Volume is near a 3 year low.  Listing Volume is at a 3 year high.

 

33141 – North Beach & North Bay Village

Median Est. Home Value: $262K, Up 0.1%; Median Est. Listing Price: $264K, Up 15.2%; Median Days in RPR: 109, Up –3.8%; Sales Volume: 75, Down –25.7%

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MLS Sales Volume is near a 3 year low.  Listing Volume is at a 3 year high.

33154 – Bal Harbour & Bay Harbor Islands

Median Est. Home Value: $672K, Up 15.3%; Median Est. Listing Price: $547K, Up 20.7%; Median Days in RPR: 131, Up 1.6%; Sales Volume: 28, Down –22.2%

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MLS Sales Volume is at a 3 year low.  Listing Volume is at a 3 year high.

33160 – Sunny Isles Beach, Eastern Shores & Golden Beach

Median Est. Home Value: $352K, Up 0.7%;  Median Est. Listing Price: $325K, Up 25%; Median Days in RPR: 125, Up 10.6%; Sales Volume: 89, Down –42.2%

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MLS Sales Volume is at a 3 year low.  Listing Volume is at a 3 year high.

Summary

Overall, Median Estimated Home Values & Median Estimated Listing Prices continue to climb; but as they do, Sales Volume continues to plummet, homes are on the market for longer periods of time, and listing inventory continues to build to new highs.

I do not necessarily concern myself with whether the market is going up or down.  In my profession, the experienced professional realizes that people will always need a place to live; and regardless of economic conditions, there will be Buyers and Sellers.

I do however feel as though we are at a precipice.  On one hand, assuming the Federal Reserve does raise interest rates, it will absolutely crush asset values.  It has been argued by some economists that we cannot raise interest rates (much) without forcing the US Government to default on it’s loans; and this is true.  Recently an economic paper was floated by one of the Federal Reserve board members regarding a call for additional “quantitative easing”, which is a very fancy phrase for “Printing More Money”.  Assuming this were to occur, it would have extraordinary ramifications on our economy; and as far as the housing market is concerned, it will drive assets (in terms of US Dollars) through the roof, however, that will not be because of an increase in real value, it will be because of inflation and a loss of the Dollar’s purchasing power.

Regardless of who becomes President, they will have a huge task ahead of them if this country has any hope of “normalizing” the asset markets and bringing fiscal responsibility back to the forefront of our government’s responsibilities.  We live in interesting times, and I am betting they (the Federal Reserve) will do another “quantitative easing”.  My recommendation is to buy a home, or investment(s) you can comfortably hold, and/or buy Silver and/or Gold.  More money printing will absolutely erode the value of the Dollar and hard assets are your best, legal, inflation hedge against a loss of purchasing power in the Dollar.

The Miami Beaches Market Pulse – May 2016 Edition

South Point & The Miami Beaches
South Point & The Miami Beaches

Hello and welcome back to the Miami Beaches Market Pulse!  For the month of May 2016, I am simply going to publish the data and give a brief summary for each zip code.  I have been working on getting out a Special Edition Report for the month of June and first half of 2016.  It will come next week in two parts; the first will be my standard format comparing year over year data for the prior 30 days, and the Part 2 will be exclusively focused on the Distressed Property Market of the Miami Beaches.  The month of May 2016 has seen the continuation of a correction on the Miami Beaches I first documented May of last year.  In May 2015’s article, I reported (in this article here) a massive drop in year over year Sales Volume (comparing May 2015 to May 2014) for every zip code of the Miami Beaches.  12 Months later, here are the year-over-year (over year) results.

Market Activity & Neighborhood Reports by Zip Code for the Miami Beaches

33139 – South Beach & The Venetian Islands

Median Est. Home Value: $392K, Up 0.6% | Median Est. Listing Price: $279K, Up 3.9% | Median Days in RPR: 122, Up 9.9% | Sales Volume: 130, Down –24.4%

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MLS Sales Volume remains near a 3 year low.  Listing Volume is at a 3 year high.

Nearly 70% of sales were under 400K; there appears to be “support” (borrowing a term from stock market lingo when referencing stock price charts) at a median sales price of 250K.  At a price per square foot perspective, almost 80% of sales ranged from 200-600 dollars per square foot, almost evenly split between 200-400 per square foot (Class C+ to Class B properties) and 400-600 dollars per square foot (Class B to Class A- properties).  The higher end of the market, 600-1200+ per square foot represents Class A and A+ properties and those accounted for 25% of total sales in the 33139 zip code.  Average time on the market is up nearly 10% and stands firmly at 4 months!

33140 – Mid-Beach

Median Est. Home Value: $495K, Up 4.7% | Median Est. Listing Price: $480K, Up 21.5% | Median Days in RPR: 117, Up 2.6% | Sales Volume: 66, Down –19.5%

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MLS Sales Volume is near a 3 year low.  Listing Volume is at a 3 year high.  

The Median Sales Price, it appears, has “double bottomed”, beginning in January 2014 and into March of 2015.  The trend has been higher due to new construction, rehabilitation of existing buildings & units, and (at least in my own experience speaking with people) because they “…want to live on Miami Beach, but NOT on South Beach…”.  The overall market remains week with record listing volume and near-3-year-low Sales Volume.  Average time on the market is nearly 4 months!

Sales Volume is well below average for the season (as well) when compared over the past 3 years, and Listing Volume has etched even higher to a new 3 year high!  Roughly 75% of sales have been less than a $600K sales price, and 66 sales were over $1.2 Million dollars.  Less than one eighth of all sales transactions were between 600K and 1.2 Million dollars.  The bulk of sales ranged between $200 & $500 dollars per square foot. Approximately 10% of all sales were greater than $800 dollars per square foot, and 3% were less than $100 per square foot.

33141 – North Beach & North Bay Village

Median Est. Home Value: $262K, Up 0.4% | Median Est. Listing Price: $265K, Up 15.3% | Median Days in RPR: 102, Up 4.1% | Sales Volume: 74, Down –36.2%

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MLS Sales Volume is near 3 year low.  Listing Volume is at a 3 year high.

 I have repeatedly said that 33141 offers the best possibly value for anyone, but most importantly the “common man”.  The average pricing, especially considering the location (and that location’s future) is, in my professional opinion, a once-in-a-lifetime deal for someone who wishes to own and/or live in Miami Beach. Listing Volume continues to climb while Sales Volume continues to fall off.   Approximately 60% of all transaction were under 300K.  300-600K accounted for another 18% while residences over 600K  accounted for 20% of total transactions.  50% of all transactions were prices at under $250 dollars per square foot (with approximately half of those being under $200 dollars per square foot), and 40% of all transactions were between $250 & $500 dollars per square foot.  Median Sales price is only edging higher because of newer, higher-end sales which account for approximately 55 of 400 transactions yet were nearly triple the value of 50% of the bulk of transactions.  Considering other than prospective distressed opportunities for acquisition, I believe this area has reached a “floor” in terms of price (+/-10% from the current average median sales price); I would not expect to do better under most circumstances and property conditions.  Average time on the market is 3.5 months.

33154 – Bal Harbour & Bay Harbor Islands

Median Est. Home Value: $680K, Up 17.3% | Median Est. Listing Price: $500K, Up 6.4% | Median Days in RPR: 129, Up 0.8% | Sales Volume: 38, Down –39.7%

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MLS Sales Volume is near a 3 year low.  Listing Volume remains at a 3 year high.

Bal Harbour and the Bay Harbor Islands are home to a wealthy and exclusive community.  Median Sales Price is near a 3-year low, Average time on the market is just over 4 months, and Listing Volume remains matched with last month’s 3 year high.  Median Listing Price has trended higher in 2016 overall and is currently hovering just about $450K.  Once again, there is an enormous disparity between the different asset classes selling.  Approximately 45% of all sales transactions were under $500K, while 30% were between $500K and $1.1 Million USD.  20% of all sales were over $1.1 Million USD.  More than 60% of transactions ranged between 200 dollars and 500 dollars per square foot.  More than 80% of sales were for 1 and 2 bedroom properties.

33160 – Sunny Isles Beach, Eastern Shores & Golden Beach

Median Est. Home Value: $351K, Up 0.4% | Median Est. Listing Price, $326K, Up 23.1% | Median Days in RPR, 117, Up 6.4% | Sales Volume: 111, Down –26.5%

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MLS Sales Volume is at a 3 year low.  Listing Volume remains at a 3 year high.

Do not be fooled by the data!  Median Listing Price is up substantially because of a particular phenomenon that is well documented (by myself and other sources).  New units in new towers are coming online and as much as 20% of these buildings end up listed within a few months of their opening dates, and given that pricing started at circa $1400.00 per square foot in these units (pre-construction pricing), it should be obvious this newer inventory is skewing the data.  So while the Median Listing Price is up over 20%, the Median Estimated Home Value is virtually flat year over year.  What is important is that once again Sales Volume is down substantially, hovering just above a 3 year low, and Listing Volume remains at a 3 year high! Approximately 50% of all sales transactions have been under $400K with the remainder distributed well into the $1 Million+ range.

I live in Sunny Isles Beach, and have done so for nearly 7 years.  There is a wonderful, long-term opportunity here for the affluent family.  Sunny Isles Beach recently completed Gateway Park, an area that will be family-oriented complete with an awesome children’s playground and a theatre for cultural performances; the city is currently in the process of sinking all of the power lines running along the A1A into the ground, and it has also completed several other parks and park renovations, all of which are geared for the entertainment and enjoyment of young families. For a man who is aspiring to be a father one day soon, I believe I am in the right place for what I want.

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BeachBroker.MIAMI’s New Facelift is Completed (mostly)

The New Theme

My Blog has been reborn as BeachBroker.MIAMI, and implies a moniker that I am comfortable with and hope to strengthen as I continue to build my real estate business on Miami Beach & elsewhere!

The new theme for BeachBroker.MIAMI (formerly Real-Estate-of-Miami.com; and former to that, RealtorOfMiami.com) is based on a Magazine Layout Format.  The idea, over the next few months, is to create an authoritative, information rich resource that organizes not only my publications & analyses of the market data for the 5 zip codes constituting the Miami Beaches, but provide useful links, documentation, and other resources from known & respected third parties to the general public.  I also seek to further integrate my own social media presences into this site, so as to make it a one-stop-shop to see what is moving & shaking with The Beach Broker ;).

In December I was longing for a change, and wanted to set a new tempo for my business; something that was more fresh and exciting than the usual doldrums of Commercial Real Estate, a major part of my business.  For many years I worked in Corporate America, in New York City.  Even when I had moved to Miami, all I had really done was trade a dark room with computer screens in NYC, for a dark room with computer screens in Miami.  Upon leaving Corporate America to start a real estate business over 4 years ago, I landed in the same dark room, only instead of designing & costing global banking systems, I was researching commercial properties and creating packages & reports for investors.  While I do enjoy this aspect of the business, commercial real estate is not a profession that takes you outside often enough to really enjoy the Sun on your face.  Therefore, I decided to split my time and balance my workload so I could do both commercial real estate, and residential real estate.  For the record, residential real estate is WAY more fun!  I love getting out, meeting new people, seeing new places and discovering new things.  Showing property to prospective buyers is a welcome respite from sitting in an office all day creating commercial real estate packages.

This blog is starting to become a big part of my profession, and my heart and soul.  I love doing market analysis, and using all of the cool toys the Miami Association of Realtors provides it’s agents and brokers to educate the public and facilitate smooth transactions between buyers and sellers.  While I had a very successful career in information technology, I have not looked back and I do not miss it.  I know I made the right choice, and my past couple years of compounding successes continue to remind me of what a great decision I made by following my heart into something that I knew I would love and enjoy.

Please let me know what you think of the new layout!  I will be adding a couple more pages, and posting LOTS more information on properties, markets and neighborhoods over the coming weeks.

Some people have asked me why I have not integrated MLS/IDX listings into this website.  I decided I wanted this to be a site where I had absolute control over the content.  However, I did create a website that is MLS/IDX enabled so customers & clients can browse the local listings – REBroker.MIAMI

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I thank you for visiting BeachBroker.Miami and hope you will click the link on the right of the home page to FOLLOW my blog; this way you will automatically be emailed a copy of every analysis I publish on this website.  I hope you find my insights and information useful!

Cheers,

 

Miami Realtor, Realtor of Miami, Miami Real Estate
Christopher J. Lazaro, Miami Beach Real Estate Broker & REALTOR®

REBroker.MIAMI has Launched!

REBroker.MIAMI is a residential real estate search site for property & rentals!
REBroker.MIAMI is a real estate search site for property & rentals!

Over the past several months I have been working diligently on collecting information to publish my usual quarterly Miami Beach Market Pulse Updates.  I had even began a year end wrap up article; however, business has been extraordinarily hectic, and the additional load of having to oversee the build of an MLS enabled website(s) has consumed much of my time!

I will be publishing the December 2015 versus December 2014 and January 2016 versus January 2015 data comparisons over the next week (because if I do not, the tasks will have to wait until I come back from a business trip to New York City).

With that said, I am very pleased to announce the launch of REBroker.MIAMI!  I have published on that website’s blog an initial welcome and a brief history of my young company and how it came to be: http://www.rebroker.miami/info/blog/post/welcome-to-rebroker.miami/

January 2016 passed as quickly as a speedboat cruising by a paddle board!  As we all hustle into making 2016 as successful as we can, let us not forget how blessed we are to live in such a beautiful place and take the time to soak it all in from time to time!

Cheers,

Miami Realtor, Miami Real Estate Professional
Christopher Lazaro, MBA – Licensed Real Estate Broker