Heating Up: Real Estate Agent Daniel Tzinker on the Hot Miami Market

Heating Up: Real Estate Agent Daniel Tzinker on the Hot Miami Market

There is no denying that Miami became one of the most popular destinations for both short-term and long-term stays during the pandemic, and this winter is set to be no different. Businesses from all over the country opened outposts in the Magic City, from Carbone to major fintech companies alike, Miami is the new hotspot for restaurateurs, Silicon Valley, and more.

Along with the new businesses, Miami is also a dreamy destination for its beautiful weather, sandy beaches, and maybe best of all, fewer taxes compared to states such as New York and California. All of this means one thing for the real estate market in the region: it’s HOT. Condominium sales in Miami are reportedly 59% higher year over year, while single family home sales are up 176% year over year.

Real estate agent Daniel Tzinker of Tzinker International Realty has been a top agent in Miami for over a decade. With his experience and expertise in the market, Tzinker predicts that the Miami real estate industry will continue to grow steadily in the coming months. The surge in out-of-state buyers who are bringing new opportunities to the area will help grow the Miami ecosystem overall, and many of these newcomers are quite affluent.

If you are interested in making the move south, Tzinker has a firm knowledge of the market and a great track record, from a $25.6 million deal on Indian Creek Road to a $9 million beachfront condominium in Faena House, he knows the area better than most. Tzinker is able to assist even the toughest of clients and truly get an understanding for what they need. 

To learn more about Daniel and Tzinker International Realty, visit his website.

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