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Posted: 2/12/2020 11:09:51 AM EST
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If you think housing was expensive in Colorado you’re probably going to have a heart attack over South Florida real estate. Even in rougher areas of town prices are ridiculous. I’m talking 1200 square feet for $300k-$400k, that’s in a rough area ridiculous. If you’re going to stay near MIA you better speak Spanish too. You may want to check out areas like Plantation or Sunrise, they are ok areas (still, make sure you lock your doors) and pricing is ok vs some other areas. Weston is pretty decent but expensive, and very Spanish now, but they are also very anti 2A Go on Zillow and look around but make sure you’re sitting down first.
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Look at Tamarac West of Nob Hill.
Link Posted: 2/12/2020 1:41:46 PM EST
Where is the job located in Miami? There are some good parts without going to Broward.
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They are putting up a shit load of new housing near me Boggy Creek Rd and Narcoossee Rd Right now still only a 15 min drive to MCO airport
Link Posted: 2/12/2020 7:46:54 PM EST
Miami springs, 2 minute drive to MIA and nice community, Miami lakes, Pembroke Pines and west Miramar if you want to drive a little further, remember 30 minutes isn’t far in Miami traffic.
Link Posted: 2/13/2020 12:04:58 AM EST
For Mia I would say Penbroke Pines or Miramar. I would also look at Cutler Bay or as pinecrest6.
Link Posted: 2/13/2020 3:32:00 PM EST
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Originally Posted By luscioman:
For Mia I would say Penbroke Pines or Miramar. I would also look at Cutler Bay or as pinecrest6.
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I love Pinecrest but it has some of the most expensive zip codes in the state so OP might be limited. Cutler Bay is a better bet but is probably out of the half hour radius. But if that's less of an issue, it's a good area to be.
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Miami-Dade or Broward County would be the last place in America I would relocate to. High crime, rampant corruption, ineffectual police, sky high real estate, insane traffic, most of the population does not understand English, hurricanes......... the list of negatives is endless.
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You better figure an average of over $500k for 2000 sq feet in any of these areas, is that really better than Colorado? I haven’t looked the last few years but if that’s the case I’m really kicking myself for not buying in CO when I looked for a summer place there a few years ago.

I agree with JBT, MDPD is much better than most of the surrounding areas. I’m in Parkland and BSO is a joke I’d love to have MDPD.
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