Condominium living has gained popularity over the past 10-15 years. Young couples, urban professionals, and older individuals who want to downsize favor condominium living because it provides less worry about the upkeep of the property, and the added amenities like a gym, a pool, or a clubhouse.
The purchase of a condominium unit entails detailed market research and planning. Unit size, pricing, location, and parking provisions are some of the first questions asked by a prospective buyer. Before a decision is made, it is best to consult a professional.
I personally prefer a beachfront or waterfront property. One where I can watch the sunset and sunrise from my window or balcony. A place where I can have a good view of the city and the beach, and most of all, it must be close to a supermarket, a church, and a hospital. There's no where else I could fulfill all these whims other than Miami!
I searched online for miami condos for sale and found that there are a lot of listings that you can choose from. Properties that would suit your budget, or personal specifications regarding location, size of unit, added amenities and parking allocations. It is amazing to think that purchasing real property nowadays is not as stressful as it was years ago.
My suggestion before making that big investment is to do your research, conduct an actual site visit, ask the potential neighbors, and speak only with a professional real estate agent.