Migration To Miami Has Tripled In A Year & Now Tops U.S. Rankings

Interest in relocating to Miami has tripled since last year and now ranks higher than any other destination in the U.S., according to a new report from real estate website Redfin.com.

It is the first time ever that Miami topped Redfin’s monthly rankings, which measures net inflow from other metro areas. Miami has been consistently in the top 10 since the list was created in 2017.

The estimated net inflow of Redfin users to Miami was three times higher in July 2021 compared to July 2020, propelling it to the top of the list.

Another sign of heightened increase: of those searching for real estate in Miami, nearly 34% are now coming from out of town, up from 26% last July.

The top origin of those looking to move to Miami is New York, the report said.

The analysis is based on a sample of about 2 million Redfin.com users who searched for homes across 112 metro areas.

Only users who viewed at least 10 homes in a particular metro area, are included, in order to exclude those unlikely to be actually considering a move. At least 80% of the user’s searches must have been made in that metro, in order to further narrow the list.

San Francisco was the biggest loser, with net outflow nearly 50% higher than last year. Los Angeles, New York, Washington, D.C., and Boston rounded out the top five areas seeing the highest net outflow.

 

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Anonymous
25 days ago

Rents are skyrocketing!!!

Anonymous
25 days ago

Your landlord deserves to be rich!! This is a real estate website — go be poor elsewhere!

Debbie Downer
25 days ago

The same thing that happened in San Fransisco, LA, New York, Boston, and Washington D.C, it’s going to happen here. Not to mention if we get a direct hit by a major hurricane, and global warming indundate most of Miami.

Anonymous
24 days ago

If you are that worried about sea level rising and hurricanes, move out of the tropics and go live in Iowa with corn fields.

Anonymous
19 days ago

are you like 12 years old? what a dumb response to a serious issue

Anonymous
24 days ago

what happened to them before????

Anonymous
25 days ago

I love the growth, born and raised, have followed Miami development since I was a kid(I was that kid playing Sims at 5 lol), but I know population growth brings changes, I just hope they are for the better. Or at least the pros out weigh the cons.

Anonymous
24 days ago

Masses always screw it up at the end.

Anonymous
25 days ago

Good news. Finally higher paying corporate jobs are starting to rise in the Miami area. Everyone benefits from higher spending and better educated new residents. More business for everyone. Compared to twenty years ago, Miami is a much better and safer city.

Afi K. James
25 days ago

And i can’t wait until this fall, south florida here i come.

Anonymous
25 days ago

Welcome

Anonymous
24 days ago

for a second I thought this was written from the POV of our next impending hurricane

Anonymous
25 days ago

Sounds about right. I moved out of DC to Miami this January

Anonymous
25 days ago

Welcome!

Anonymous
25 days ago

I relocated from NYC but dear Miami you need to work on walkability. I live downtown and it’s a mess. The Metromover is nice but I can just use it to go to Brickell, it’d be nice to hop on it for the beach, Wynwood or other areas. I do have a car but I don’t wanna use it unless I’m going out of town. Driving to go to the supermarket is hideous in a big city.

Anonymous
25 days ago

Nah, you’re just a Metromoversexual. If you were an actual NYC transplant, you would know Metrorail is a better system for access to Miami Beach based on its capacity and speed, and Metromover would remind you too much of home with crazy homeless people.

Anonymous
11 days ago

Metrorail access to Miami Beach? What?

Anonymous
24 days ago

Our public transportatioon is horrendous but the brightline is planning/in the process of adding stops on it’s line.

Your mother
24 days ago

We literally live a few ft above water. We cant have subway systems.

Anonymous
24 days ago

Someone tell that to Elon Musk

Anonymous
24 days ago

This x1000. People want walkability. It’s probably top 5 on a list people look at when moving. why won’t our leaders address? Brickell is a mess!

Anonymous
24 days ago

but wait wasnt there an article 2 weeks ago proclaiming Miami as the #1 walkable city in the world lmao

surely that random website couldnt have been wrong

Anonymous
24 days ago

Baylink which will connect Downtown with Miami Beach in the future is progressing. https://www.miamitodaynews.com/2021/08/31/county-readies-pact-for-miami-miami-beach-monorail/

Anonymous
22 days ago

And so it begins…
The whiners who need 75ft wide sidewalks in order to walk, are going demand another $100B train to take them to the beach and the supermarket.

Anonymous
17 days ago

Totally agree with you. We need a link to Miami Beach and all the way from downtown to the Deign District. A loop would be nice. Edgewater would be left out if it goes down through Wynwood. Too far west.

Anonymous
25 days ago

Been here since 2004 and it’s grown tremendously since – for the better!!

Anonymous
25 days ago

Please people, don’t be surprised by New Yorkers moving to Miami… remember, back in the late 1970’s, 80’s and early 90’s, Miami used to be called New York City’s 6th burrow.

Anonymous
25 days ago

borough

Anonymous
25 days ago

You’re correct.. thanks man…

Anonymous
25 days ago

Well now it’s back to north Cuba

Anonymous
25 days ago

Another person that dislikes Cubans … very frequent in this chat ! 🤨

Anonymous
25 days ago

Let them. Eso es envidia por que sin nosotros, Miami seria el mismo ghost town it was 60 years ago. Cubans put Miami on the map.

Anonymous
25 days ago

Um, no… Flagler and the Florida land boom of the 1920s put Miami on the map. Look at picture of Downtown Miami pre-1959. It was more walkable and “city-like” from the street than the swaths of parking lots and vertical suburbia it is today.

Anonymous
25 days ago

Another Cuban hater who will be hanging out in Hialeah on the weekend and visiting his grandma in little Havana and has pictures of Calle Ocho festival on his Instagram

Anonymous
24 days ago

For sure… 😂

Anonymous
25 days ago

East Hialeah

Anonymous
25 days ago

Better to be Cuba than to turn into a liberal g.he.tto rat hole like NYC.

Anonymous
24 days ago

Haha…you’re confused. You probably have no idea what liberal or conservative means. So wouldn’t be surprised if you even know what you mean when you say ‘better to be Cuba”…education level down here is pathetic.

Anonymous
24 days ago

Liberals and conservatives think differently in regards of economy, international politics and taxation but they used to have one thing in common, they both loved America… the problem is that the new generation that’s now on the media and colleges, in reality they are not real liberals, they are LEFTIST… they do have things in common with liberals but the difference is that Leftist HATE America 🇺🇸

Anonymous
25 days ago

Still is called that.

Anonymous
24 days ago

Yeah, not sure why all these bozos on here act like this is new. Jesus.

Too fast
25 days ago

Just don’t NY our City. These big migrations are good for developers (the horror that is Coral Gables now), but bad for quality of life. Before somebody trolls, just look at the traffic, size of school classrooms, overall services, etc. It has been too fast to absorb properly. But $$$ rules.

Anonymous
25 days ago

If you can’t stand it, move out. It’ll mean one less person adding to all that horror you’re whining about. And just in case you didn’t know, people from northern cities but especially New York City, made Miami.

Anonymous
25 days ago

Please explain how New Yorkers made Miami ?

Anonymous
25 days ago

Check out some history on Henry Flagler.

Anonymous
25 days ago

And Cubans too ! 🧐Miami was a sleeping town until the Castros took over … aren’t one those two guys the dictator that went to a baseball game in Havana while the Damas De Blanco ( women that dissent the dictatorship and want freedom) were beaten on the streets! ?🤨

Anonymous
25 days ago

With President Obama !! Was Raul Castro !!

Anonymous
25 days ago

Miami a “sleeping town” before Cubans? I’ve heard more historic revisionism in a South Korean history textbook.

Anonymous
25 days ago

Then, read American History books, not South Korean books … but be careful.. CRT books will convince you that America is racist from the moment it was created until now ! 🤗

Anonymous
25 days ago

Well I guess the “Trail of Tears” story is just made up fiction then?

Anonymous
24 days ago

You mean how Indians agreed to treaties, prospered from trade, then got ballsy and violated the treaties, and cried about suffering the consequences? Funny how those raging about these past incidents are ivory tower academics who aren’t even Indian, unless you count Elizabeth Warren.

Anonymous
24 days ago

^ “You mean how Indians agreed to treaties, prospered from trade, then got ballsy and violated the treaties”

I see that revisionist history they teach clowns like you is working well.

Anonymous
24 days ago

How could you mention Miami without mentioning the fact that there were only two white men in the rest were black men who Incorporated Miami you wouldn’t have a Miami if it wasn’t for the blacks and Flagler in his assistant.. you obviously don’t know the history of Miami.. year 1896 440 men no ladies

Ano
25 days ago

I have been here since 1961. We Cubans should be given a little credit

Anonymous
24 days ago

^ If you Cubans want credit, go and do something about what’s happening on that island that you don’t like instead of being here in the USA and whining about it all the time.

Anonymous
25 days ago

Miami was founded by two ladies from Cleveland.

Anonymous
25 days ago

Nobody’s denied that … those two Cleveland ladies did, Cubans woke Miami after the 1960’ … can someone wake up our corrupt President, please !! 😂

Anonymous
24 days ago

Agree. Awful public transportation still and not enoigh of an increase in job quality giving the enormous spike in rent.

NYC Loves Miami
24 days ago

Sadly I agree with your comment. I hope your leadership in Miami is on the ball. Mr. Suarez seems like a mayor that has a sound mind. I don’t know much about the other politicians though.

Anonymous
24 days ago

yeah but then you get Daniella Levine Cava….

Connor
25 days ago

Good news, especially seeing Tampa on the list as well. Hopefully they remember how the cities they are leaving got to the point where they want to leave and thus vote accordingly.

Anonymous
23 days ago

Gee, for years I wonder if these other cities said the same thing about the “brain drain” college grads from Miami when they settled down in their city?

Anonymous
25 days ago

Yet NYC showed population growth in the most recent census…hmm

There will always be a place for cities like NY, LA and DC in the national fabric as they are established population centers. Last year the main story was that rents in NYC had fallen to historic lows and this year they’re back at or near their historic highs. The demand for cities like NY, LA and DC will always outstrip Miami because they have established cultural cache. Additionally, all these “major employers” moving to Miami are always 250-300 jobs max, hardly a corporate HQ. Wake me when a major bank fully uproots from the Financial District or when a major studio leaves the LA area. Until then, I’m glad that Miami is showing growth but it will always be second tier.

Anonymous
25 days ago

Dude you sound butt hurt. Miami has the most international banks/finance in the whole country right on Brickell Ave. If those cities you mentioned are so great why are people from there flocking to Miami.

Anonymous
25 days ago

Because people from those cities have been moving in and out of Miami before you were born.

Anonymous
25 days ago

Because they are classless losers. Couldn’t make it in a real city. That’s why.

Anonymous
24 days ago

Might have the most banks but like the pervious guy said they are not headquarters

Anonymous
24 days ago

Many of those people are vultures spiking the prices of our rent without bringing any substantial improvement of jobs here.

Anonymous
24 days ago

^ wtf?

Anonymous
25 days ago

“Most recent census” when was that????

Anonymous
25 days ago

It came out about 1-2 weeks ago.

Realtalk Reilly
25 days ago

Yeah but the 2020 census indicates population change from the last census, which was in 2010. The NYC decline is a more recent trend that started with the Covid Pandemic less than two years ago.

Anonymous
25 days ago

Now bring those jobs so people will stay after the pandemic is over! That’s your chance Miami. Don’t screw it up!

Anonymous
24 days ago

Thank you! Been saying this for almost a year. Cost of living here is too high for the jobs offered.

Anonymous
25 days ago

Keep growing!!! Urban is the best way to protect the environment ( believe it or not) it’s Urban Sprawl that destroys our natural world……. Keep Miami going up up up. Thanks

Anonymous
25 days ago

Please choose another state. We’re all full here

Anonymous
23 days ago

Sorry, but people have migrating in an out of different states for years… even before you were born!

Anonymous
25 days ago

Why do they come here and dont change at all

Anonymous
25 days ago

They don’t have to, they were born in this country…

Anonymous
25 days ago

Yeah… Miami winning!

Anonymous
24 days ago

So this is where all the salty Miami suburbanites converge, on this website. Lol get over yourselves. Y’all are the problem with this city. Toxic thinking!

Anonymous
24 days ago

B I N G O ! ! !

Anonymous
18 days ago

Hopefully the net migration brings better customer service. Miami wants to be a top city needs to act like one

Shawn Kouri
25 days ago

I think we are now outpacing Austin, Denver, Las Vegas, Nashville, San Antonio, Houston, phoenix, and Charlotte combined with the most people relocating here. Most of these people are from New York and California with others coming from New Jersey, Illinois, Michigan, Connecticut, Washington, Hawaii, and Massachusetts.

Shawn Kouri
25 days ago

And we are also outpacing Atlanta, and Raleigh

Anonymous
24 days ago

Now we just need them to bring more high paying jobs to make up for the enormous spike in rent the past year.

Anonymous
24 days ago

^ Look simpleton, that’s not how it works…

Anonymous
25 days ago

oh no… U sure we’re not the biggest loser?! lol

Anonymous
24 days ago

“Miami” means South Florida. Let’s be real.

Anonymous
24 days ago

So all there DemoRATS love to criticize Miami and bash Desantis but yet they’re moving here? 😂 sounds legit

Anonymous
24 days ago

Yeah, they’re moving here to improve the city.

J.M.
23 days ago

How would they do that? If they can’t improve their own cities why would they think Miami would be any different?

Anonymous
22 days ago

New York City is what, 8 million people? Miami will soon hit 500,000 people.

New York City must be doing something right to grow that big.

Anonymous
11 days ago

All those New Yorkers coming down to bang

Anonymous
25 days ago

Vote red if you don’t want Miami to be a shithole like where you came from.

Anonymous
25 days ago

You absolutely correct.

Anonymous
25 days ago

I would rather vote for the person more than the party as I see both parties as a huge mess right now

Anonymous
25 days ago

Red might be hit or miss sometimes, but blue is guaranteed damnation.

Anonymous
25 days ago

Miami-Dade has a very good mayor whom is a Democrat. Majority is “blue”, not “red”.

Anonymous
25 days ago

She knows she doesn’t been to cater to the far left to get elected, other dems like biden know they have to pander. Which only six years ago they never had to pander to these rage mobs.

Anonymous
25 days ago

Huh? What the hell was that rant?

Anonymous
25 days ago

“That rant” is because they’re lots of Democrats that still are not extreme left or don’t cater to that Extremists Mob like BLM and Antifa and that’s why it’s ok whether the Major of Miami Dade is Republican or Democrat!!
😝😝😛😋

Anonymous
25 days ago

Two Democrat-aligned polls have new findings showing President Biden plummeting among voters.

The Navigator poll, which bills itself as “a credible, trusted message development resource for progressives,” wrote on Wednesday, “While Biden’s net approval rating has dropped 8 points overall since last month, this drop is most pronounced among Democrats (-13 change in net approval), independents (-14), Hispanic Americans (-19), and AAPI (-30).”

Anonymous
25 days ago

“Major” of Miami Dade,” yeah, that’s because they’re under me…

– The Fuhrer, Donald Trump

Anonymous
24 days ago

“BALLS ARE STORED IN THE PEE!”
– Chairman Biden

Anonymous
23 days ago

“Raking the forest would put an end to forest fires in California.”

– The Fuhrer, Donald Trump

lol…

Anonymous
25 days ago

miami dade has a very good mayor ? i think it;s a bit too early to tell i would wait a couple of years to give a fair verdict on her performance

Anonymous
25 days ago

What has the new mayor done that makes you say she is very good ?

Anonymous
25 days ago

She’s one of the chosen people with a Hispanic name and has a vagina.

Anonymous
25 days ago

She hardly won and her opponent was Mayor of Hialeah…

Anonymous
25 days ago

People really wanted andrew gallium as governor, he would of had this state still in lock down while get his cheeks clapped.

Anonymous
25 days ago

Ron has everyone in the ICU while getting his cheeks clapped the same way. We’re going to find Ron in a south beach hotel with a male hooker soon enough.

Anonymous
25 days ago

At least he has people in the ICU, and not in occupied nursing homes.

Anonymous
25 days ago

Agree!!!

Anonymous
25 days ago

at least? “I’m glad grandma died in the ICU! At least she wasn’t at home!”

What a comment.

Anonymous
24 days ago

“What a comment.” Even CNN covered Cuomo’s nursing home scandal I’m alluded to, but I guess it went down the rabbit hole gap in your peabrain.

Anonymous
25 days ago

Even the liberal Media like the Miami Herald tried to spew mud on DeSantis.. he’s doing much better than any liberal state… at least different from Coumo he hasn’t killed 55,000 people ( the number went up last week when they found out another 15,000 people sent back to seniors homes ) by executive order and refusing to use the Travis Center and the Marine Hospital provided by Trump
And yes Florida has more cases of COVID but we are number 26 in the Union when it comes to mortality!!!
He protected the elders and high risk people and didn’t sent sick patients back to Seniors Homes !
He’s not only providing vaccine but also treatment options with Regeneron.
The Miami Herald try to smear him for this !
Hope Nikki Haily and DeSantis becomes our new leaders, if the elections of 2024 are not fraudulent like the last one ☝️

Anonymous
25 days ago

^ Haha.. that’s how you through shade for people in those conservative states that are dying because they refuse to get covid vaccine shot.

Anonymous
24 days ago

Never mind all your beloved pee-oh-cees…-I mean, future Democrat drones, are dying for the same reason, and even before the vaccine was available you were the first crying about “vaccine equity.”

Anonymous
24 days ago

^ Keep going to those anti mask and anti covid vaccine rallies you republiclowns hold around the country… it’s a good way to thin the herd.

Anonymous
25 days ago

Something wrong with a gay governor? Sure Gillum had his issues but we’d have a lot less dead Floridians if he was in charge

Anonymous
25 days ago

You’re kidding, right?

Anonymous
25 days ago

What does his sexuality have to do with his policies that would’ve rendered the same results as California and New York, with draconian lockdowns and still more deaths?

Anonymous
25 days ago

Okay.. listen up, cause I’m gonna say this once and in a really hush hush voice. The bill I signed into law against blocking traffic when you protest, that was meant only for black people who were born an raised in this country, not hispanics… okay…

lol…

Anonymous
25 days ago

“Okay.. listen up, cause I’m gonna say this once and in a really hush hush voice. The bill I signed into law against blocking traffic when you protest, that was meant only for black people “

That’s not true! If the police here didn’t stop the Cubans blocking highways, and didn’t enforce that law, blame the police from here but stop using that race card that is not working because people are getting tired of that !!
WTW … when the police from Capitol Hill was found not guilty of killing an unarmed woman on January 6th.. nobody went to the streets and destroyed budines or damaged buildings! 🧐

Anonymous
25 days ago

Haha.. a police force full of Cubans, arresting protesting Cubans for blocking streets and highways in Miami… GTFOH! By the way, you didn’t see anyone running those Cubans over or hitting them with their car either did you? Now if those were black people… Plus, DeSantis didn’t do squat about it when he saw what was happening only about a week after he signed that law into effect! And please, those storm troopers in the Capitol Building were carrying hangman nooses while they were looking for Pelosi and Pence. So like that Capitol Hill policeman said, “I was just doing my job.”

Anonymous
24 days ago

“I was doing my job” and so was many other policemen that are in jail to please the Mob 🧐

Anonymous
24 days ago

So with that logic, why defund the police in majority-minority communities when the police force are those same minorities? Does that mean they aren’t doing their job? Also, the law is about rioting, not legit peaceful protesting anyway, but I guess you don’t know the difference after everything which happened that resulted in this law anyway.

…and wow, January 6th again? You forgot Charlottesville, where a fat white woman had a heart attack and rolled over a car.

Anonymous
24 days ago

^ Dude, January 6 2021, on TV, I saw the party of “Law and Order” people beating the shit out of police who were guarding the Capitol Building in WA DC. You can through shade for your fellow henchmen all you want, but the fact is, that was some embarrassing shit for this country.

Anonymous
24 days ago

I don’t care if you’re black, white, brown, or purple. If you’re lying in the street to protest a career criminal having a fatal trip on fentanyl, you deserve to get arrested or ran over for making me late to work.

Anonymous
24 days ago

^ But you’re fine with a bunch of people blocking freeways and streets to protest what’s going on in the country they ran from and hate the Democratic party in this country but demanded a Democratic party president do something about the government in the country they fled from?

You republiloons are really pathetic!

Anonymous
25 days ago

Vote BLUE!

Anonymous
25 days ago

Why? Are you telling me that Democrats are going to actually BUILD infrastructure, unlike that scam bill? Cute.

Anonymous
25 days ago

Vote blue
And get screw ! 🤣😂

Anonymous
25 days ago

I’m gonna keep voting blue thanks tho

Anonymous
25 days ago

Just move to Chicago and you’ll be in your wonderland. I hear spirt airlines is cheap.

J.M.
25 days ago

Do you really want Miami to become like SF? That place is a blue utopia and is a $hithole.

Anonymous
25 days ago

Will never vote red again in my life after the party became a personality cult, but thanks.

Anonymous
25 days ago

I’m gonna send some people to your house…

– The Don

Anonymous
25 days ago

So that President from 2009 to 2017 you likened to Black Jesus with an amplified microphone wasn’t a cult of personalty?

“Those lights that are just shooting out from the Lincoln Memorial along the Reflecting Pool — it’s like almost extensions of Joe Biden’s arms embracing America!”

Remind yourself about the definition of a cult of personality the next time Time Magazine has to do damage control on an unlikable VP by putting her s**t-eating grin on the cover.

Anonymous
25 days ago

Ooooo… I’ll be reading that magazine to ya no…

Anonymous
25 days ago

Ooooo… I’ll be reading that magazine to ya no…

– Sarah Palin

Anonymous
24 days ago

Nah, you’ll be fapping to it, it seems.

Anonymous
24 days ago

Keep talkin and I’ll send a moose to ya door…

– Sarah Palin

Anonymous
24 days ago

Excellent point !!!

Anonymous
25 days ago

You obviously never voted red, because you would know Trump made it clear, you can hate him, but his policies were about the country.

Anonymous
25 days ago

Thanks suckup…

– The Don

Anonymous
24 days ago

Yeah, as if Trump left office better than before he ran, unlike “Big Guy” Biden and his cokehead son under Obummer.

Anonymous
24 days ago

^ Boy, Trump must’ve invented some new flavored koolaid.

Anonymous
25 days ago

Unfortunately many people and young generation think that Anerica First is a bad thing !! Of course, the MSM like CNN and MSNBC help a lot making us believe we are in the 1960’s in the South, we’re the KKK and Jim Crow ( Democrats ) we’re still practicing segregation ! 😛

Anonymous
25 days ago

America.. not Anerica ..

Anonymous
25 days ago

it is “Anerica”

Anonymous
25 days ago

Another correction instead of we’re it should read
-Where the kkk and Jim Crow ….

Anonymous
25 days ago

By personality cult, you mean how liberals idolize a four-term tinpot dictator who brought the U.S. as a neutral power, into the bloodiest war in modern history? You mean by personality cult, a smart-talker who was overrated because he was assassinated, who by extension of his successor had a lousy foreign policy which haunts us to this day?

Yeah, let us have our Hollywood actor who previously governed California when it was still a decent place to live, and successful NYC businessman everyone liked until he ran for President and told the truth you don’t like.

Anonymous
24 days ago

Yes… give you liberty or give the man who sued the NFL and was awarded… 1 dollar.

lol…

Anonymous
24 days ago

Don’t trust too much the Republicans in Miami, they are basically Democrats running on the GOP ticket. See how high are property taxes in Miami in comparison to counties in real conservative States like Alabama and Louisiana.

Anonymous
23 days ago

Haha.. combine the populations of Alabama and Lousyana and they might equal half the population of Florida.

safa
25 days ago

liking Biden much… LOL

Anonymous
25 days ago

Yeah.. whew!, couldn’t take another day of the “Twitter n’ chief.”

Anonymous
25 days ago

Whew! Couldn’t take another day of America being great, and not making a fool of itself and asslicking China, Russia, and the Taliban.

Anonymous
25 days ago

Yeah.. Trump made America great again, just the people who worked in those three casinos that went bankrupt under his watch.

Anonymous
24 days ago

Never mind the thousands of jobs Biden killed with a flick of a pen stopping Keystone XL because “muh new green deal,” while begging OPEC to play fair. I’m still waiting for those shovel-ready green jobs Obama promised.

At least Trump invested in Atlantic City when there was still a minutia of hope. Good luck doing anything now. You would be better off in Detroit, and then being screamed at for enabling gentrification.

Anonymous
24 days ago

^ Yeah… thank gawd Biden saved this country from that land polluting deal that Canada wanted because it wasn’t their country or people who had to face the effects or the cost to clean up their land from the polluted consequences of that pipeline. And those three Atlantic City casinos that went bankrupt under Trump’s watch didn’t do the that city any good. Trump was warned by business experts about the collapse of those casinos because of what he was doing and he wouldn’t listen. And don’t bring up Detroit. That city suffered through car plants moving to the suburbs, riots, and then the death nail from cars manufactured in Asia being sold in the USA.

Man your Fuhrer knew what he was doing when he jumped ship and went over to the Republiclown party.

Anonymous
24 days ago

The company that built that pipeline said only a 1000 lost jobs, not “thousands” that you saw on some fb meme, and most of those jobs would have been temporary

Anonymous
24 days ago

He destroyed the casino in Atlantic City the only human being in the country who could bankrupt a pure money maker,
And then the piece of excrement who he sold it to took whatever money was left and put in his greedy pockets.
That would be Karl I. Who then destroyed the workers pensions so he could pocket hundreds of millions of dollars .

Anonymous
25 days ago

all these people relocating here from central america and haiti

Anonymous
25 days ago

And once again if you don’t care for the multi cultures we have down here get in your car and drive up on out of here where else can you live and have all miami has to offer think about it.

Anonymous
25 days ago

And after the next hurricane that hits there? Enjoy your traffic congestion and vertical suberb while it lasts.

Anonymous
25 days ago

Hurricanes and traffic oh my…. Better pack up for Little Rock. I hear trailer parks are called tin can suburbs.

Anonymous
25 days ago

lol…

Anonymous
24 days ago

High traffic .high crime .high taxes .high insurance.high regulations .poorly built construction .sinking by the day .evaporating middle class .No ready for a major hurricane .Bad schools .Makes no sense 1 hour away things are much better Naples .Palm beach etc

Anonymous
24 days ago

Naples and Jupiter Island and Palm Beach/Manalapan make Miami look affordable. And they don’t get Hurricanes there?