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Miami is a very popular spot right now. Recently, Miami has been seeing a big influx of new residents coming from different states. Florida is one of the few states that does not tax residents’ incomes. Therefore, many people from high-tax cities like New York, Chicago, Baltimore, etc, have opted to move to Florida. Not only that, but Miami has seen a huge increase of Wall Street elites and Silicon Valley professionals who are moving to the city as well. If you are looking at Miami as your next living destination, here are 4 tips if you are planning on making your real estate purchase mostly from out of state:

1- Do your research

Miami is full of amazing neighborhoods. If you are moving to Miami, you should familiarize yourself with all of your options when choosing the right neighborhood for you. Talking to a real estate expert can help you narrow your options. Consider all your needs, and ask every question you can think of.

2- Start the process early

Once you decide that moving to Miami is the right move for you, start the process as early as possible. Start working with a trusted agent before you plan to move. Giving yourself time will allow you to consider all of your options.

3- If you can’t go to showings, ask for virtual tours

If you are buying a home in Miami from out of state, make sure to ask for virtual tours of the homes you are interested in. This will allow you to see a general walk-through of a house, letting you to see each room, the landscaping, and the home’s exterior as if you were walking through yourself. 

4- Take a trip before making an offer

If you can, try to go see the property you are interested in before making an offer. Even if you are satisfied with the virtual tours, seeing the house in person will let you make sure the house is what you expect before officially buying it.

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