PropertiesMiami, Miami Real Estate Company, Celebrating Their Lead 300,000

To better meet the needs of clients and accommodate the growth of the organization, the firm has opened a new office for the team of developers, PropertiesMiami.com reports

Miami, Florida - July 10, 2019 /MarketersMedia/ —

PropertiesMiami proudly announces the company is now celebrating its 300,000 lead. Founded in 2002, the firm has partnered with hundreds of real estate agents in Miami and provided thousands of buyers and sellers with their best real estate option. Thanks to the growth of the firm, a new office recently opened at 637 SW 3rd St., Apt. 306, Miami, Florida, 33130. This new location serves as the headquarters for the firm's team of developers. In addition, PropertiesMiami can now proudly say they are in the top three real estate agencies in the city.

"We are thrilled to have achieved these milestones and cannot wait to see what the future holds. Our website now reflects our accomplishments as we want potential and current clients to know we work hard on their behalf. These achievements show we are succeeding in this area, but we are not yet done. We'll continue to find ways to better meet the needs of our customers, as they deserve only the best," Manuel Sangalli, spokesperson for PropertiesMiami, states.

Trulia reports the median sales price for homes in the Miami area is currently $315,000 or $231 per square foot. Twenty-eight percent of individuals in the area are single, while 61 percent own their home. The median age of residents is 39 years of age and 32 percent have attended college. Furthermore, the median household income for the area is $43,421.

"Imagine owning your own home. We help to make this possible by listing homes in numerous price ranges. For example, a couple may pick up a home with four bedrooms and two baths for only $329,900 while another buyer may choose to purchase a residence on Brickell Key Boulevard for $1,399,000. There is something for everyone in Miami and we help each client find the home that best meets their unique needs," Sangalli continues.

Individuals new to the area might find they wish to rent for a period of time while they look for the perfect home to buy. PropertiesMiami can assist these men and women as well. The firm works with clients looking to buy, rent, or sell residential and commercial property along with undeveloped land. Multifamily units and penthouses are also found in the firm's listings.

"Our goal is to help every person who comes through our doors or visits our PropertiesMiami website find a property they love and wish to call their own. We go above and beyond to achieve this goal. If you are looking to buy, sell, or rent in the Miami area, contact us today. We can't wait to get started on our search for your new real estate," Sangalli declares.

About PropertiesMiami:

PropertiesMiami.com is the ultimate solution for buyers, sellers or anyone interested in Real Estate. PropertiesMiami mixes real estate with online marketing to provide buyers unique properties that are not listed in the common realtors database (MLS) and also sellers to get more exposure of their properties through propertiesmiami's website (https://propertiesmiami.com).

PropertiesMiami just entered the TOP 3 real estate agencies in Miami.

Contact Info:
Name: Manuel Sangalli
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Organization: PropertiesMiami.com
Address: 637 SW 3rd St APT 306, Miami, FL 33130
Phone: 786 505 4939
Website: https://propertiesmiami.com

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