Monday, July 24, 2017

Climate Change in Miami Slow to Impact Real Estate Buyers. By Geniusofdespair


According to this Bendixen & Amandi poll printed in the Miami Herald, almost 60% of realtors are concerned about the impact of climate change on Miami real estate. Only 36% of their clients have asked realtors about it. That is a substantial percentage considering most people live in a bubble.  I expect prices to dive when the clients percentage reaches 60%. But that is just my prediction.

4 comments:

Anonymous said...

Are you kidding? When the regular inundation arrive, the whole world will get fundraising chain mail letters to "Save Miami for the will of Gawd", like has been happening with Venecia IT for almost a century.

Anonymous said...

South Florida has the highest complaints about corrupt condominium boards. Miami Beach has over 40,000 condo units. Miami Beach police to not enter daily crimes into an online database for the residents to view. Miami Beach building inspections are a courtesy. State of Florida does not enforce some building codes. G.O. Bond money to fix streets in Miami Beach is long gone. City of Miami Beach is a giant PR firm which uses distraction events to hide other problems in the city. Before you buy real estate in Miami Beach ask the city why they didn't raise the entire elevation of Espanola Way in front of the developers properties.

Anonymous said...

How is it Miami Beach is still doing streetscape work in the millions like the Espanola Way conversion to a pedestrian mall and not elevating the sidewalks? Scott Robbins is on the Mayor's Blue Ribbon Panel on Flood Mitigation. Is the money from water and sewer bonds being used to fix old streets that should have been covered under the old G.O. Bond. Why would a Las Vegas company sign a lease 412 Española Way when the streets flood? What is going on with the Herald?

Anonymous said...

The Kevin Tomlinson story? Forced felony arrest of a real estate agent who was going to expose pricing manipulation in listings? Was that a survey question? That would be my primary concern if I was a real estate agent.