Miami Real Estate: The Basics
To be a smart homebuyer, seller, or real estate investor, you need robust property data on your side.
Want to make wise real estate decisions this year? Our Miami property data is here to help.
Miami’s metro area encompasses several other major Florida cities, including Fort Lauderdale, Port St. Lucie, West Palm Beach, Boca Raton, and Coral Springs and spans more than 6,100 square miles. The region is home to nearly 6.2 million residents.
|Number of properties||2.5 million|
|Total number of foreclosures*||16,583|
|Overall foreclosure rate||0.66% (1 in every 151 housing units)|
|Median Sales Price||$270,000|
|Average Homeownership Tenure||8.42 years|
|Home Flipping Rate||6.4%|
|Gross Flipping Profit||$78,400|
A Look at Detailed Miami Property Data
Big-picture data is important, but if you really want to make the best decisions, you’ll need detailed property information as well.
If you’re considering buying or selling real estate in Miami this year, make sure you have this property-level data available first:
- Sales and owner history
- Foreclosure records
- Deed and recorded transaction data
- Mortgage loan history
- Building and lot characteristics (size, lot width, interior and exterior amenities, heating and cooling systems, etc.)
- Coordinate and geocode data
- Property tax data and records
- Valuations and assessments