Miami Again #1 For Relocation, Rent Increases

Miami continues to rank as the top city in the U.S. where homebuyers from other metro areas are looking to relocate too, according to a report yesterday by Redfin.

Miami also saw the highest rent increases of any city in the U.S. last month, as it has for several months in a row.

For its relocation ranking, Redfin calculates net inflow by tabulating the number of searchers on its website who looked to move into a metro than leave.

Net inflow into Miami has tripled in a year, and Miami has been atop the ranking for four months now.

Redfin also reported on Monday that rent in Miami increased 35% year over year in Miami during November – the highest of any city in the U.S.

 

(photo: Phillip Pessar)

 

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Anonymous
1 month ago

We get it, it’s the same repurposed article every week. New real estate information please besides Miami being #1 for relocations, rent, jobs, etc.

Anonymous
1 month ago

What else do you want to know?

Melo is sigma and Chad
1 month ago

They’re plenty of other projects that could be discussed. Even talking about high rises coming up in liberty city.

Anonymous
1 month ago

What highrises in Liberty City?

Melo is sigma and Chad
1 month ago

58th and 6th ave next to i95 is the largest apartment in liberty city nearly completion, 62nd st and 15th ave has two on each side of the street and no i’m not talking about the need beans apartments. Allapahta is also getting plenty. Go outside.

Mark
1 month ago

Who would want to live in liberty city if you didn’t have to

Anonymous
1 month ago

They used to say that about downtown and here we are. Foresight my friend

Melo is sigma and Chad
1 month ago

Then don’t cry about rent then mark

Anonymous
1 month ago

you are right.
does anybody know anything about the fiasco with the train station?
we should all write to FDOT!!!

Azarius
1 month ago

Build more affordable housing ‼️‼️‼️

Azarius
1 month ago

West downtown

Anonymous
1 month ago

Rezone and redevelop the entire NW 7th Ave corridor connecting downtown with the new Golden Gate intermodal center with a light rail or express electric buses.

Melo is sigma and Chad
1 month ago

7th Ave has alot of highrises on it with affordable rents, my first apartment was on 7th ave. But people expect to live on Brickell ave for $1600 a month.

Anonymous
1 month ago

The average 1-bedroom in Brickell is $3000/mo.

Anonymous
1 month ago

Exactly, it is a highly desirable area with very new buildings that have great amenities and incredible views. When demand outstrips supply, you get $3000/mo rents.

Anonymous
1 month ago

You can’t build affordable housing, the price of one condo building that houses about 400-500 units is over 100 mil, which is the entire affordable housing budget for Miami and even a city like SF spends over 300 mil which has gotten nothing done.

Anonymous
26 days ago

stretch the developer tax credits over a period of years using the base for the credits would be the differential on market vs fixed pricing.

Melo is sigma and Chad
1 month ago

They are, it’s in areas where you don’t want to live in.

Anonymous
1 month ago

Lol third day in a row with the same old story.

Anonymous
1 month ago

So what it’s like telling a girl she’s beautiful everyday! So it’d not a bad thing..

Anonymous
1 month ago

Its*

Anonymous
1 month ago

“it’s”, contraction for “it is”, was right to begin with.

Anonymous
1 month ago

B-but, that’s toxic masculinity and enforcing gender roles! /sarcasm

Anonymous
1 month ago

In before all the complaining about housing prices….But for real these other states need to get their shit together people are coming faster than the city can build and the city is building its ass off!

Anonymous
1 month ago

“these other states need to get their shit together people are coming faster than the city can build”

Only someone clueless like you would think Miami is the only city that’s been through this.

Anonymous
1 month ago

Miami isn’t the only one going though it, but unlike SF, Miami is at least trying to keep up. SF/silicon valley need a dozen Melos to even keep up with their job market.

Anonymous
1 month ago

LOL, thinking Melos will save Commiefornia’s housing market.

chupacabra
29 days ago

you know california has the world’s 6th largesty economy right?????? get off right wing echo chamber twitter and put down your glass of bleach

Anonymous
1 month ago

Only someone like you would not stay focused on the real issue that NY and California are a disaster.

Mr. Worldwide
1 month ago

TNM Drinking Game Continued:
Double shot of absinthe every time far-right fanatics immediately make any topic unnecessarily political.

Anonymous
1 month ago

New Yorkers and Californians.. COM’ON DOWNNNN!!!!

Melo is sigma and Chad
1 month ago

Dog mom/West coast IPA drinkers go home

Anonymous
1 month ago

I remember when Miami used to be called New York City’s sixth borough.. were you born then?

Melo is sigma and Chad
1 month ago

That term was used by new yorkers, not us.

Anonymous
1 month ago

It was specifically for South Beach,. It was also called the American Riviera at one point, too.

Anonymous
1 month ago

We don’t want Democrat in Florida

Anonymous
1 month ago

Yea we do

Anonymous
1 month ago

There goes that word “WE” again.

chupacabra
29 days ago

but “we” want to run fake candidates to confuse the democrats in serious elections…all the bote fraud is g.o.p meng….

Anonymous
1 month ago

People who vote democrat shouldn’t be allowed to move to red states.

Anonymous
1 month ago

Yeah, they may start going to first cousins weddings.

Anonymous
1 month ago

Who would want to move to Alabama, Mississippi, Montana, Idaho, Kentucky -Apalasia. I guess you could get a job in a coal mine, but wait, they’re gone too. Oh well, they can still get welfare, just as long as they remain obedient repugs,

Anonymous
1 month ago

lol…

chupacabra
29 days ago

did they inject the bleach or take the horse wormer??? asking for right wing echo chamber twitter

Anonymous
29 days ago

Why do you think the Federal Government is flying recent border crossers into Red States?

If you cant get your political philosophy to win in the arena of ideas, you have to break the rules to assert your power.
Just let people cross illegally, put them in a government funded airplane, dump them in a Red State, then feed them tens of thousands of dollars in government handouts. Voila! They vote for the people that paid them…then Red States turn blue.

chupacabra
29 days ago

uhhhhh

Anonymous
1 month ago

The literal definition of fascism is “a form of far-right, authoritarian ultranationalism characterized by dictatorial power, forcible suppression of opposition, and strong regimentation of society and the economy. Opposed to anarchism, democracy, liberalism, and Marxism, fascism is placed on the far right-wing within the traditional left–right spectrum.”

– Trump embraced far-right ultranationalism.
– Trump openly tried to suppress opposition by firing employees who he felt were a threat to his power, which he felt was absolute and immune of checks and balances (dictatorial power).
– Trump declared the press a public enemy and banned reporters from outlets he disagreed with from the White House (forcible suppression of opposition).
– Trump campaigned off MAGA, meaning a desire to go back in time to a pree-liberalism society, Liberalism’s definition is liberty and equality before the law.
– Trump literally tried to overturn the election (opposition to democracy).

Either you don’t know what fascism is, or you just don’t like that it’s synonymous with the Nazi party, despite having its origins in Mussolini’s Italy.

Anonymous
29 days ago

Everyone of your bullet points is incorrect.

chupacabra
29 days ago

uhhhhh…and remember steve bannon and derek chauvin voted illegally in florida

Anonymous
1 month ago

I’m a corporate paralegal and my rent is going up 1200 a month in January. So I’m leaving Miami. I am not paying 3000 a month in rent just to live here. These greedy landlords are destroying the livelihoods if people like me. Good luck Miami. I suspect in the next year 1000s who can will leave.

Anonymous
1 month ago

Good thing I will be moving out of Miami to a more affordable city!

Anonymous
1 month ago

Good… someone from the northeast or western state will take your place.

Mark
1 month ago

Yeah but can they fill the job they left behind. You can rest asunder that those making 50-80k annually are seriously considering whether it’s feasible to have a good quality of life in Miami when living here is so unaffordable. And if those people leave the economy would collapse.

Anonymous
1 month ago

I can’t rest asunder.

Anonymous
29 days ago

Living anywhere is “affordable” for some, and “not affordable” for others.

NEWSFLASH: If you graduated from college with a degree that ends in the word “studies”, and your student debt is more than $50,000
#1. You have a horrible guidance counselor
#2. You do not deserve an apartment in Brickell unless you create value to the economy far outside your college studies, or someone else takes care of you.

If, you do make less than $80k per year, there are plenty of amazing things to do. Take a bike ride to the lighthouse at the tip of Key Biscayne every Saturday for one. Check any of the 100’s of fairs and events all throughout the winter for another. Get a paddleboard, etc. Etc etc.

Mark
1 month ago

Not if the job pays as poorly as Miami currently does.

Anonymous
29 days ago

“Miami” doesnt pay…the free market does.
You get what you negotiate.

Anonymous
1 month ago

Miami Winning under the leadership of DeSantis and Suarez.

Anonymous
29 days ago

People who leave places like NYC and Chicago don’t look back too much when they move to Florida. OTOH, those leaving Cali often have some regrets, the weather, natural beauty, museums, fresh food, more high paying jobs. The Yankee migration has been happening for 100 years, it’ll be interesting to see how the Cali migration plays out.

chupacabra
29 days ago

lotta onlyfans vids being filmed on balconies downtown……….

Anonymous
23 days ago

How F*%&U5@ terrible are conditions in the rest of the USA if Miami and Florida are REALLY the top destinations for Americans to find better job or life opportunities? Everyone I talk to agrees that it’s just impossible to prosper here anymore. Insane rents, insane insurance rates, insane food costs, horrible public transportation, unaffordable medical bills, terrible schools… and it’s worse everywhere else? I want to find a middle of the road apartment (no luxury, but not in the ghetto), and I can’t find one. Because I am forced to choose between an Aston Martin type condo, a McMansion out in Weston… or a crumbling room out in the hood.

Anonymous
1 month ago

lol, what a terrible value

Anonymous
1 month ago

This report doesn’t mention anything about the 20k who left Miami-Dade in the last 6 months

Anonymous
1 month ago

Nice try, but nottttt!

CrackerJack
30 days ago

20 thousand wow!

Anonymous
1 month ago

Blue Voters are welcome

Melo is sigma and Chad
1 month ago

To recreate the same conditions that drove them to move ? California has a blue super majority and don’t do shid except put dates for banning gas operate landscaping equipment and funding gender non-sense. They experiencing black outs in some areas for days.

Anonymous
1 month ago

^
Haha.. I bet this clown voted for Trump who is a “blue stater.”

Melo is sigma and Chad
1 month ago

Of course no rebuttal just “haha”

Anonymous
1 month ago

^
Haha.. of couse no denying of who you voted for.

Anonymous
1 month ago

Get over the landscaping equipment B.S. they are banned in most civilized countries.

Melo is sigma and Chad
1 month ago

its not

Anonymous
1 month ago

What about shower heads?

Anonymous
1 month ago

“Blue Voters are welcome”

Yeah.. finally we’ll start getting more people that don’t know anything about keeping roosters and chickens in their yard.

Yet Another Anonymous
1 month ago

They might know it in the new modern hippy dippy way instead of the carribbean way.

Anonymous
1 month ago

^
I bet you keep a pig as a pet in your apartment in Miami?

NYC Transplant
1 month ago

That’s actually quite funny. When I moved here from NYC, I got a huge laugh upon encountering a chicken walking around outside the SW 13th St. Publix. Before I could even think about “why?” my brain immediately said “escapee from Publix’ poultry department. Small amusements are often the best!

Anonymous
1 month ago

That’s what you can expect to see when you let South American dirt famers move in.

Anonymous
1 month ago

What did you expect if you lived in Little Havana?

Anonymous
1 month ago

^
Bring back the Cubans there.. they were more cultured.

Anonymous
1 month ago

I love to see roosters and chickens in the streets. Wild nature in urban environment. Thats Miami

Anonymous
1 month ago

Haha.. he loves to see roosters and chickens in the streets, not hot babes.

CrackerJack
30 days ago

Just let them crap everywhere and spread disease

Anonymous
1 month ago

Blue Voters will turn Florida into the next CT – CA – NY. Bleeding residents and jobs every single day.

Anonymous
1 month ago

Hopefully the fresh memories of blighted lefty dictatorships in Latin America will prevent that. I know plenty of Venezuelans who won’t forget the trashing of their country. They can smell the authoritarian stench emanating from Washington and the blue states.

Anonymous
1 month ago

You mention venezuelans which buy homes over million next of landfills in Doral?

Anonymous
1 month ago

Most people coming lean Republican, and the voter registration shows. Of course, Florida is more than Miami and Orlando, too.

Anonymous
1 month ago

There Trump family made their fortune from real-estate in New York City, a “blue city in a blue state.” Donald Trump is from a “blue state” and was a democrat before he became a Republican, because he knew that was a much to easier way to become president.

You guys are really blue staters and love anybody from a blue state.

CrackerJack
30 days ago

Without Trump’s Dad! Trump would be nothing! He borrowed 1 million from his dad and never paid him back!
sorry piece of s**t.

Anonymous
29 days ago

That’s usually the way it works.
Without my Dad, i would have been nothing. The same can be said for my Mother.

Anonymous
1 month ago

People with common sense who don’t vote on feels welcome.

Anonymous
1 month ago

THANK YOU ESTEBAN BOVO !!!!! HIALEAH THE ECONOMIC ENGINE OF MIAMI DADE COUNTY