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Homes for Sale in Miami, FL Real Estate

4,594 homes available on Ofirio
3052 Day Ave #2, Miami, FL, 33133 - Townhome for buy. Photo #1
good dealpet friendly
59 days ago
$2,025,000
3 beds
3.5 baths
2,639 sq.ft
3052 Day Ave #2, Miami, FL, 33133
397 NE 211th Ter, Miami, FL, 33179 - Single Family Home for buy. Photo #1
pet friendlynewgated community
22 hours ago
$529,000
3 beds
2.5 baths
1,478 sq.ft
397 NE 211th Ter, Miami, FL, 33179
16790 NE 14th Ave #306, Miami, FL, 33162 - Condo for buy. Photo #1
55+furnishednewcash onlygated community
1 day ago
$105,000
Est. Mortgage-/mo
1 beds
1 baths
688 sq.ft
16790 NE 14th Ave #306, Miami, FL, 33162
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1000 Brickell Plz #1806, Miami, FL, 33130 - Condo for buy. Photo #1
pet friendlynew
1 day ago
$777,000
1 beds
1.5 baths
820 sq.ft
1000 Brickell Plz #1806, Miami, FL, 33130
16790 NE 14th Ave #302, Miami, FL, 33162 - Condo for buy. Photo #1
good dealfurnishednewcash onlygated community
1 day ago
$106,500
Est. Mortgage-/mo
1 beds
1 baths
883 sq.ft
16790 NE 14th Ave #302, Miami, FL, 33162
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14565 SW 17th St, Miami, FL, 33175 - Single Family Home for buy. Photo #1
new
23 hours ago
$1,599,000
5 beds
4.5 baths
2,856 sq.ft
14565 SW 17th St, Miami, FL, 33175
14445 SW 108th St, Miami, FL, 33186 - Single Family Home for buy. Photo #1
furnishedpet friendlynew
3 days ago
$599,000
3 beds
2 baths
1,737 sq.ft
14445 SW 108th St, Miami, FL, 33186
2000 Towerside Ter #PH6, Miami, FL, 33138 - Condo for buy. Photo #1
furnishedpet friendlynew
6 days ago
$599,000
2 beds
2 baths
1,520 sq.ft
2000 Towerside Ter #PH6, Miami, FL, 33138
398 NE 5th St #2801, Miami, FL, 33132 - Condo for buy. Photo #1
pet friendlynew constructionnew
2 days ago
$1,615,751
2 beds
2 baths
1,307 sq.ft
398 NE 5th St #2801, Miami, FL, 33132
7223 SW 52nd Ct, Miami, FL, 33143 - Single Family Home for buy. Photo #1
pet friendlynew
2 days ago
$4,500,000
6 beds
6.5 baths
4,468 sq.ft
7223 SW 52nd Ct, Miami, FL, 33143
3131 NE 7th Ave #4702, Miami, FL, 33137 - Condo for buy. Photo #1
furnishedpet friendlynew
1 day ago
$845,000
1 beds
1.5 baths
959 sq.ft
3131 NE 7th Ave #4702, Miami, FL, 33137
2821 S Bayshore Dr #7D, Miami, FL, 33133 - Condo for buy. Photo #1
pet friendlynew
1 day ago
$4,295,000
3 beds
3.5 baths
2,558 sq.ft
2821 S Bayshore Dr #7D, Miami, FL, 33133
13306 SW 136th Ter, Miami, FL, 33186 - Single Family Home for buy. Photo #1
pet friendlynew
6 days ago
$1,027,000
3 beds
3 baths
2,698 sq.ft
13306 SW 136th Ter, Miami, FL, 33186
1010 SW 2nd Ave #1603, Miami, FL, 33130 - Condo for buy. Photo #1
pet friendlynew
4 days ago
$715,000
3 beds
2.5 baths
1,273 sq.ft
1010 SW 2nd Ave #1603, Miami, FL, 33130
14955 SW 139th Ave, Miami, FL, 33186 - Single Family Home for buy. Photo #1
good deal
9 days ago
$640,000
3 beds
3 baths
1,888 sq.ft
14955 SW 139th Ave, Miami, FL, 33186
19236 NE 25th Ave #231C, Miami, FL, 33180 - Townhome for buy. Photo #1
pet friendlynewgated community
4 days ago
$595,000
3 beds
2 baths
1,579 sq.ft
19236 NE 25th Ave #231C, Miami, FL, 33180
350 S Miami Ave #1502, Miami, FL, 33130 - Condo for buy. Photo #1
pet friendlynewgated community
2 days ago
$875,000
3 beds
2 baths
1,385 sq.ft
350 S Miami Ave #1502, Miami, FL, 33130
1100 S Miami Ave #1707, Miami, FL, 33130 - Condo for buy. Photo #1
pet friendlynew
3 days ago
$699,000
2 beds
2 baths
910 sq.ft
1100 S Miami Ave #1707, Miami, FL, 33130
1300 Brickell Bay Dr #4200, Miami, FL, 33131 - Condo for buy. Photo #1
pet friendlynew
3 days ago
$879,000
1 beds
1.5 baths
851 sq.ft
1300 Brickell Bay Dr #4200, Miami, FL, 33131
13340 SW 122nd Ave, Miami, FL, 33186 - Single Family Home for buy. Photo #1
new
2 days ago
$839,999
3 beds
4 baths
2,706 sq.ft
13340 SW 122nd Ave, Miami, FL, 33186
501 NE 31st St #2209, Miami, FL, 33137 - Condo for buy. Photo #1
pet friendlynew
1 day ago
$639,000
2 beds
2 baths
944 sq.ft
501 NE 31st St #2209, Miami, FL, 33137
398 NE 5th St #3609, Miami, FL, 33132 - Condo for buy. Photo #1
pet friendlynew constructionnew
2 days ago
$1,825,514
2 beds
2 baths
1,202 sq.ft
398 NE 5th St #3609, Miami, FL, 33132
14279 SW 166th St, Miami, FL, 33177 - Single Family Home for buy. Photo #1
furnishednew
11 hours ago
$765,000
4 beds
3.5 baths
2,537 sq.ft
14279 SW 166th St, Miami, FL, 33177
3131 NE 7th Ave #1002, Miami, FL, 33137 - Condo for buy. Photo #1
pet friendlynew
4 days ago
$865,000
1 beds
1.5 baths
959 sq.ft
3131 NE 7th Ave #1002, Miami, FL, 33137
21390 SW 238th St, Miami, FL, 33031 - Single Family Home for buy. Photo #1
new
2 days ago
$899,000
4 beds
4 baths
2,314 sq.ft
21390 SW 238th St, Miami, FL, 33031
2127 BRICKELL AVE #3405, Miami, FL, 33129 - Condo for buy. Photo #1
pet friendlynew
2 days ago
$2,999,900
3 beds
3 baths
2,310 sq.ft
2127 BRICKELL AVE #3405, Miami, FL, 33129
121 NE 34th St #2204, Miami, FL, 33137 - Condo for buy. Photo #1
pet friendlynew
2 days ago
$899,900
2 beds
2 baths
1,096 sq.ft
121 NE 34th St #2204, Miami, FL, 33137
6949 SW 110th Ct, Miami, FL, 33173 - Single Family Home for buy. Photo #1
good dealpet friendly
14 days ago
$430,000
3 beds
2 baths
1,482 sq.ft
6949 SW 110th Ct, Miami, FL, 33173
1568 NE Quayside Ter #D15, Miami, FL, 33138 - Townhome for buy. Photo #1
pet friendlynew
6 hours ago
$1,498,000
2 beds
3.5 baths
3,762 sq.ft
1568 NE Quayside Ter #D15, Miami, FL, 33138
1000 Brickell Plz #4412, Miami, FL, 33131 - Condo for buy. Photo #1
pet friendly55+new
5 days ago
$1,650,000
2 beds
2.5 baths
1,356 sq.ft
1000 Brickell Plz #4412, Miami, FL, 33131
Miami Homes For Sale

Current live statistics for homes in Miami, Florida

333 new real estate properties in Miami, Florida have been added to Ofirio in the last 7 days.

Of those new properties:

  • 2 properties under $100k were added. In total there are 13 available for sale.
  • 15 properties under $200k were added. In total there are 130 available for sale.
  • 55 properties under $300k were added. In total there are 429 available for sale.
  • 77 luxury properties were added. In total there are 1,536 available for sale.

Miami, Florida has a low demand for real estate. This is determined by the difference between the list price and the closed price, which on average is 3% lower than than the list price. The demand for luxury real estate is lower than the demand for “Under $200k” real estate by 4%. Homes in Miami, Florida are on the market for 102 days, on average among all of our listings.

This week the following real estate properties became available for sale:

  • 156 new condos
  • 142 new single family homes
  • 139 new properties with pool
  • 129 new properties that don't have HOA

The biggest change in price is in the 5 Beds segment and it is 65% ($678,802) more than the week prior.

The average closing price for real estate in Miami Florida has fallen by 4% from the last week, which amounted to $1,180,542.

Monthly Market Overview for houses in Miami, Florida

As of January 2023 Miami, FL is a seller market which means homes sell faster at a higher price. In January 2023, 95 homes (22.2%) sold at asking price, 306 homes (71.7%) sold below asking price, and 26 homes (6.1%) were sold above asking price. If purchasing a home there is little room to negotiate the price.

The median home price increased by 7.4% from $426,250 in January 2022 to $457,750 in January 2023. The number of homes sold in Miami, FL has decreased by 62.5% over the last year from 1,046 in January 2022 to 392 homes in January 2023.

Homes in Miami, FL have sold for 9.5% more per ft² than they did a year ago. As of January 2023 the average price per square foot is $334.

FAQ

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Nick PolyushkinReal estate professional, broker with 10+ years of experience

Life in Miami — What Is the Average Home Cost in Miami?

Miami is a beautiful and opportune place to live. Homes for sale in Miami, Florida, can vary greatly in cost depending on the neighborhood and home type. However, the typical home cost in Miami is around $563,000.

Luxury houses along the coast can range in the millions whereas houses more inland can be as low as $250,000.

But, knowing the cost of real estate in Miami is not enough, the average cost of living, investment opportunities, and more will all inform whether living in Miami is right for you.

Is Buying a House in Miami a Good Investment?

Buying Miami real estate can be a good investment for many reasons such as:

  • Miami has a strong economy and job market, which can make it a desirable place to live.
  • The city is a popular tourist destination, which can make it a good place to invest in rental properties.
  • Miami has a diverse culture and many perks, including beaches, parks, and a vibrant nightlife.

Ultimately, Miami is a prime place to buy a house on paper, but it's really up to you whether Miami is best for you.

Are Housing Prices Falling in Miami?

The value of homes for sale in Miami, Florida has only grown over the years. In fact, Florida’s real estate market in general is on fire with it being the fastest-growing state in the US.

While housing prices are not coming down in Miami, they are likely to continue to increase over the coming years. Because of that, buying Miami real estate can bring a good ROI (return on investment).

With more and more individuals and businesses moving to Florida for its ideal weather and low taxes, real estate will only increase in demand—which in turn means that Miami houses will likely become more and more valuable.

What Are the Least Expensive Places to Live in Miami Florida?

Typically, the cheapest places to live in Miami are located more inland. Five of the cheapest places to live in Miami include:

  1. Central Downtown—Located in the midst of a large urban center full of business, Central Downtown has a median home price of $297,000.
  2. Auburndale—Composed of small apartment complexes and single-family homes, Auburndale has a median home price of around $308,000.
  3. Little Havana—Full of Cuban exiles and immigrants from Central and South America, Little Havana has a median home price of around $365,000.
  4. Liberty City—Full of rich African American culture, Liberty City has a median home price of around $390,000.
  5. West Flagler—A mix of both suburban and urban life, West Flagler has a median home price of around $461,000.

It's worth noting that the cost of living regularly changes. For example, the cost of living in a developing neighborhood may end up rising over the years.

So, it is best to evaluate the location you want to live in so that you can have an idea of how the cost of living will change over time.

Is Living in Miami Worth It? — Pros and Cons

Like all cities, Miami has its pros and cons. However, it is safe to say that Miami has more pros than it does cons.

Pros

  • Beaches—If you like the beach, then you’ll love Miami beaches. They are not only beautiful but offer some of the best snorkeling and scuba diving opportunities in the US.
  • Nightlife—Miami has one of the best nightlife scenes in the US; so, if you’re a night owl and like to party, then Miami may just be for you.
  • Lower Taxes—Florida is known for its low taxes which makes it a great place for businesses and individuals alike.
  • Culinary Scene—Miami is home to a large Cuban population and has plenty of authentic Cuban restaurants throughout the city.
  • Public Transportation—Miami does offer a comprehensive public transportation system for those living in the city.

Cons

  • Lots of Traffic—If you decided to travel by car, then you will likely encounter a lot of traffic in Miami.
  • High Cost of Living—Houses and rentals in Miami are usually on the more expensive side.
  • Very Humid—If you’re not a fan of the heat, then Miami may not be the place for you as temperatures can routinely reach 90° F with high humidity levels.

What Size Salary Do You Need to Live in Miami?

The salary you need to live in Miami can vary depending on your lifestyle and the area of the city in which you choose to live.

If you want to live comfortably in Miami, then a salary of around $65,000 to $70,000 should do the trick. This would cover expenses such as housing, food, transportation, and entertainment.

However, if you want to live in more expensive areas of Miami, then you’ll likely need a salary of 100 thousand or more to afford the cost of living.

Additionally, if you have a family or dependents, your expenses will be higher, and you will need a higher salary to cover those costs.

Ultimately, the cost of living in Miami is higher than the national average; so, you’ll likely need more than whatever you’re making now to maintain the same style of living.

Is Miami Beach More Expensive to Live in Than Miami?

Living in Miami Beach can be more expensive than living in Miami if you’re looking to buy a luxury home.

Miami Beach is actually located on a barrier island that is connected to Miami via a series of roads and bridges.

It is not only known for its beach but also for its luxury hotels and housing options. Because of its location, the cost of living in Miami Beach is usually a bit higher than in Miami.

On the other hand, Miami is composed of multiple neighborhoods that vary greatly in cost of living. There are some neighborhoods that have a lower cost of living than Miami Beach and others with a higher cost of living.

As always, the cost of living does vary depending on the neighborhood and the type of home you’re looking for. Because of that, you may find that Miami Beach has a more affordable home type than Miami.

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