Wednesday, August 9, 2017

Miami Riches makes alliances with Altius Triathlon Team





Recently, Miami Riches began sponsoring the Altius triathlon team, coached by the outstanding Cuban athlete, Boris Fernandez, who has been living in Miami for several years.

This idea comes after Carlos Rojas, director of Miami Riches and friend of Fernandez, began training with the team a year ago. Currently, Altius is made up of approximately 35 members competing in the Elite and Age Group categories. Although all are professionals in different areas and come from different parts of the world, they share a common passion: sports. 


With great pride, the Miami Riches logo now shows on the team’s backpacks and uniforms. This sponsorship has emerged spontaneously; with it, the brand is going for a new form of marketing to have greater exposure, in addition to supporting a group of good friends and promote a practice as healthy and rewarding as triathlon.

 Without a doubt, teamwork, continuous learning, discipline and perseverance are the keys to success in both sports and the real estate business. That is why Miami Riches will keep including initiatives like this one in their marketing plans


Monday, July 24, 2017

Miami’s Summer Is the Best Summer!



There’s no place like Miami to spend an unforgettable summer. The Caribbean, the beaches, the food, the atmosphere and its people make it one of the hottest vacation spots in the world, especially during the summer season, when thousands of visitors from all around the world come here to have the time of their lives, and each and every one of these visitors finally understands that Miami’s summer is the best!

There are plenty of activities available in Miami and its surroundings all year, but during the summer… it’s just something else. Learn about our top 5 favorite things to do in Miami this summer of 2017!

Beach, sun and sand: some of the main attractions in the Caribbean are, of course… its beaches. Sandy paradises where you can go to relax, eat delicious food, have fun and reconnect with your body. 21st Street Beach, Lummus Park Beach, Haulover Beach, South Pointe Beach and Surfside are among the most popular beaches in Miami, and each one has its own particular magic. Maybe one summer won’t be enough to fully enjoy each one of them!

Water sports: surfing, speedboats, jet skis, kayak, flyboarding… you name it. Miami gives you countless options if you are interested in any sort of water sports! Miami Beach, Biscayne Bay and Key West are filled with activities available all year, but they are all particularly great during the summer season.

Eco-tourism: the Caribbean offers spectacular views, but it’s also home for some of the most beautiful fauna in the world. Snorkeling in crystal clear water is one of the greatest experiences in this little paradise, and there are many tours of this kind available all across Miami. There is another amazing tour we recommend to everyone who visits Miami; a visit to the Everglades! A unique view at one of the most amazing natural parks in the world.

Paddleboards: this might enter in the “water sports” category, but we like to mention it separately because there’s a particular tour we are madly in love with: the LED Paddleboard Sunset Glow Tour. Enjoy one of the most beautiful views of nature at sunset, on a paddleboard with LED lights that illuminate all around you and give you a particularly magical view of the crystal-clear Caribbean water at its most beautiful time of the day.

Deep sea fishing: Miami is one of the deep sea fishing capitals in the world, and there are many tours of this kind available. Go offshore on a yacht with professional fishing equipment and professional fishermen more than happy to teach you everything about this sport. Catch your dinner or simply have some good time at the sea with your friends and family.


Of course, there are many more equally fun and enjoyable activities, but we would like to leave some surprises for when you decide to visit us. Tourism is one of the main economical growth sources in Miami, and many investors fall in love with its magic before they actually decide to spend their money in this corner of the Caribbean! Contact Miami Riches any time to start planning the next big move in your life.

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Thursday, June 15, 2017

Education in Miami


Education is the cornerstone of society. Something many buyers take into consideration before acquiring a new home are the schools nearby. Miami is home to the fourth-largest public school district in America, so you will have plenty of options if you are searching for a place for your kids to study.

Miami isn’t just home of one of the largest public school districts; it’s also home of the best schools in Florida, some of them even making the top list of best schools in America. All the statistics are based on the performance of students in tests made by the state of Florida and their performance later in college.

Education is a major concern for parents, thankfully, finding a great school for your kids in Miami won’t be a problem. For example, if you live in Brickell, you’ll have 3 important schools to enroll your children in, and they are all within a 15-minute distance: Coconut Grove Elementary School (0841), Coral Gables Senior High (7071) and Ponce de Leon Middle School (6741).

Another concern many parents have regarding their children is the amount of time they have to spend with them or to take them to any activities they might have. Public schools usually offer a transportation service so you won’t have to worry about that. There are a high number of day cares and private kindergartens where you can be certain that your children will receive the best attention possible. For older kids, there will be plenty of extracurricular activities inside and outside of school. Water sports are a major thing in Miami, and the growth of soccer, basketball and baseball at high-school and university level is huge.

            Education is essential for any person’s development, and we all want the best for our children. What’s better than having your kids studying near your workplace? Miami offers all the possibilities to make sure your kids have a great youth and to guarantee academic success.


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Monday, May 8, 2017

Miami’s Restaurants Keep Getting Better





Miami is so full of dining options; some of the best chefs in the world are now living here, and they are delighting us with their culinary art. Restaurants in Miami keep getting better and better every day. On this occasion, we are going to talk about restaurants located in SLS Brickell, an oasis of fresh flavors in one of the hottest spots in town.
   
James Beard Award-Winning chef Michael Schwartz brings us Fi’lia, a modern piece of Italy right in Miami. A fresh perspective of Italian cuisine right in the Caribbean is an amazing luxury, and everyone in Miami will be talking about it in no time. Fi’lia introduces artisanal bread and pasta to satisfy even the most sophisticated palates. If you want to have an unbelievable breakfast, order the Roasted Mushroom Fritatta: caramelized onions, goat cheese, herbs and toasted ciabatta (Italian white bread). If you rather have lunch, we strongly recommend you to order their famous Beef Carpaccio (sunchoke, green onion, pecorino, mustard vinaigrette) next to their Pistachio Pesto (house made ricotta, charred onion, and pecorino). We guarantee you’ll come back. 

Another James Beard Award-Winning chef, José Andrés, brings us his fabulous concepts and unique perspective of seafood. At Bazaar Mar, you can enjoy all the classics of the ocean like ceviches, tiraditos, seaweeds, crab, lobster and a variety of fish, always emphasizing in Caribbean species. José Andrés always accompanies his delicious dishes with his collection of wines from all over the world to create the perfect mood. If you want to brunch like a king, order a Marinero for you and your companions, and you will enjoy crudos, ceviches, tiraditos and caviar, all next to refreshing Möet & Chandon Brut champagne. For dinner, you should definitely try the “Croquetas de Bacalao” (Cod Croquettes) with José’s Asian Taco (Ibérico ham, cured hamachi, osetra caviar, Korean seaweed and ginger).  Taste the ocean in the most unique way with José Andrés’ cuisine.  

Miami is raising the bar for America’s restaurants, and has now become a center for the culinary arts, another great reason to live in this beautiful city. And now, with Miami Riches, your dreams of moving here can become true!

Wednesday, April 5, 2017

Why is a broker important when investing?



South Florida is a region with lots of real estate agents. Since the real estate market is one of the safest markets, people are always looking to invest in it, especially in South Florida. That’s why the real estate market in South Florida, especially in Miami, continues to grow every day. Nowadays, you can go online and look for property listings according to the region you’re looking to invest in. However, this doesn’t mean that it’s an easy business. We deeply support the idea that the help of a broker is important when you want to invest in real estate, regardless of how useful the internet can be when searching for properties. Here’s why you should hire a professional to help you keep your money safe!

1)     Even though investors have access to online property listings, a broker has extra knowledge that will help the client choose the best deals according to his/her needs.
2)     A broker is that one person that will make the investor’s life a lot easier, especially if you’re new in the business. Sometimes, an investor can encounter difficulties –procedures, laws, steps to follow, etc., in the transaction (since it’s a big one), and a broker will make sure to solve them all, favoring the investor, of course.
3)     Brokers know every single detail about the neighborhoods they work in. They will help you find the one that best fits your lifestyle. Besides, they can identify the best deals by comparing them to other properties with the same value.
4)     A broker is constantly investigating the real estate market’s condition. This is essential to know how to proceed when selling, buying, or renting a property. This information is also helpful for them to give you a professional opinion on how your investment will behave in the future.

5)     All brokers have vast experience in negotiations. They know the best moves to benefit their clients. A broker is not only a messenger, but a business man capable of persuading the second party to accept the offered deal.

Monday, March 13, 2017

Immigrants and Miami’s Real Estate Market

Miami is one of the most attractive cities in the United States for foreigners. About 51% of Miami’s population was not born in American land, and there is at least one foreign member in more than 70% of household families. The next question you might be asking yourself is: where do they come from? Well, more than 90% of Miami’s immigrant population comes from Latin America and the Caribbean. And they represent half of Miami’s total population.
            Miami is not only a great city for immigrants to visit and enjoy, but also to invest in. A great part of these Latin Americans are investing in Miami’s real estate market every day. Why? Here are some reasons why this city is so attractive for foreign businesses.
1)     Since more than 90% of Miamians are Spanish speakers, Latin Americans find Miami very cozy and comfortable. Immigrants can get the best from their home country, but in the United States.
2)     Investing in Miami is not as hard as it might sound, you only need two licensed realtors for the whole buying-selling process. Also, it’s legal, and property rights usually make investors feel really comfortable and safe when they put their money in real estate.
3)     Miami is a city that offers very low interest rates, and property prices are sometimes lower than in their home country.
4)     The commercial assets in Miami are relatively affordable compared to other real estate markets from around the world. They often offer greater yields at lower costs.

Monday, February 13, 2017

Enjoying Miami at Night


There are two types of people in this world: those who can’t live without daylight and those whose brains are most active after the sun has set. Miami is home to both of them! If you feel you belong more to the second group rather than the first one, here’s a nightlife guide that will help you have fun in Miami.

There are four main spots every South Floridian should put their eyes on: Miami Beach, Downtown, Wynwood and Design District, and Little Havana. In each of them there is a great variety of night clubs and activities to enjoy, and the best part: without wasting too much money.

When passing by Miami Beach, you shouldn’t miss certain key places where you’ll have an excellent time. For example: FDR Lounge, Sunset Lounge, HaVen South Beach, Jazid, and New World Center. However, if you’re less of a “getting a drink” person and you enjoy calmer plans, then you can always go for a walk at Lincoln Road or Ocean Drive.

If you’re looking for fun at Downtown Miami, then The Pérez Art Museum Miami is your place. Every month, they host a social event that includes live music, drinks, food, and a gallery exhibit. This is a free event that only charges the museum admission. You can attend every third Thursday of every month between March and September.

In Wynwood and Design District you’ll find live music at The Stage, which only charges a nominal cover. You can also choose a free walk by the artistic streets of Wynwood Arts District, where you’ll also enjoy food trucks, live music, and other entertainment.


Last, Little Havana is always here to save our leisure time. Every month, Little Havana hosts Viernes Culturales Arts & Cultural Festival, where you’ll enjoy dancing, music, entertainment, and local galleries that open till later hours for people to get the complete artistic experience. 


Monday, January 16, 2017

Consequences of the Election in the Miami Market


Either a Republican or a Democrat, we’re all on the edge of our seats waiting to see what will happen with the real estate market in South Florida after 2016’s biggest moment: the election. Donald Trump and his immigration policies were the big winner of the night, so what will happen with Florida?

So, if South Florida’s population is mostly made up of Latin Americans, does this mean that the real estate market is at risk? At Riches, we have the strong belief that it isn’t.

According to Edgardo Defortuna, president and CEO of Fortune International Group (a residential developer), South Florida’s real estate market will be as stable as it has been for the past ten years. South Florida will continue to be one of the best cities in the US to invest on properties.

Defortuna stated that: “If anything, Trump understands how the real estate market works and many of his supporters are major real estate developers and investor”. And moreover: “All his economic policies are for growth and to create new jobs and to jump-start the economy depending on factories going back to work and real estate booming and I don’t see how that could possibly be a negative impact.” 

Therefore, if anything, South Florida’s migration will keep on as it has been in past years, meaning that the real estate market will continue to grow and develop.

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