Miami_Beach_Real_Estate__Key_Investment_Points by georgetitan

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Miami Beach Real Estate: Key Investment Points

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Summary:
Sun, sand, nice beaches, palm tree-lined beach fronts, classy homes,
glitzy fashion districts. People have plenty of reasons for moving to
Miami, particularly Miami beach, including the sunny skies and diverse
cultures. Since Miami is know to be a truly a diverse city, there is a
wide array of available Miami Beach real estate choices. A potential
home-buyer’s options would include locations from the ocean to the bay,
and varying structures from small apartments to sprawling mansions.


Keywords:
real estate, property, investment, house selling, house buying, broker,
miami, miami real estate


Article Body:
Sun, sand, nice beaches, palm tree-lined beach fronts, classy homes,
glitzy fashion districts. People have plenty of reasons for moving to
Miami, particularly Miami beach, including the sunny skies and diverse
cultures. Since Miami is know to be a truly a diverse city, there is a
wide array of available Miami Beach real estate choices. A potential
home-buyer’s options would include locations from the ocean to the bay,
and varying structures from small apartments to sprawling mansions.

Currently, the real estate scene in Miami Beach has greatly improved from
the old, conventional low-rise Miami Beach properties to spectacular
high-rise condos, with prices ranging from the $300,000 price range to
over the $5 million mark. Miami Beach real estate properties on South
Beach are usually in the extravagant Art Deco District, which encompasses
16 city blocks.

The varying types of real estate in this area are surrounded by more than
800 unique buildings of distinct style, consisting of hotels and
apartment buildings, which have inspired the renaissance of this
neighborhood, and further entrenched the places’ color and lifestyle. The
Art Deco District attracts showbiz celebrities and socialites who savor
the trendy night-life and its countless outdoor cafes along Ocean Drive,
as well as for single folks and young families who enjoy the urban
lifestyle, and indulge in the pleasure of doing convenient walks to the
local beaches, stores, clubs and restaurants.

The distinct advantages of owning real estate property in Miami Beach
include the nine miles of sandy, palm-fringed 300-foot wide beach fronts,
as well as an abundance of places to swim, sunbathe, jet-ski, and fish
and do parasailing and other water sports. Another convenient spot for
both ardent and casual walkers and joggers is the boardwalk located along
the northern part of the beach.
Aside from the wonderful beachfront, the city’s arts, production and
entertainment communities also add to the attractiveness of owning real
estate in Miami Beach. On the cultural and artistic front, the Bass
Museum of Art exhibits exquisite art, and the Miami Beach Garden Center
and Conservatory contains exotic flowers and flora. The district also
boasts of world-famous nightclubs and bars, as well as restaurants and
cafes.

One of the more popular areas of Miami Beach is South Beach, also known
as SoBe, or The Beach. Topless sunbathing is tolerated on some designated
areas of the beach. The TV show Miami Vice helped make the area popular
as well. Today, South Beach is considered one of the richest commercial
areas in the area. Miami Beach, specifically Ocean Drive of what is now
the Art Deco District, was also featured prominently in the movie
Scarface, further adding to its glitzy status.

At present, the South Beach section of Miami Beach is a major
entertainment center with hundreds of nightclubs, restaurants and
oceanfront hotels. The district is famous with both American and
international tourists, with German being the third most spoken language
after English and Spanish. The hefty influx of European tourists explains
South Beach's tolerance of topless sunbathing, despite it being a public
beach. Another unique aesthetic fixture of South Beach is the presence of
several colorful and unique lifeguard stands, which are still used today
by South Beach's lifeguards.

								
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