Josh Stein Realtor Showcases Homes At St. Regis Bal Harbour

Josh Stein Realtor Showcases Homes At St. Regis Bal Harbour

Posted: Updated:

Luxury home buying market expanding as consumer confidence grows reports Josh Stein.

Miami Beach, FL, United States of America – April 2, 2014 /MarketersMedia/ —

According to recent sales statistics released, nearly 400 hundred houses and condos priced at over $1 million sold in a twelve month period ending in September, 2013 than did in the previous one year period in the luxury Miami housing market. On average, according to this report from Christie’s International Real Estate, more than 4 homes priced over a million dollars sell every day in Metro Miami market. This came as no surprise to Josh Stein Realtor (www.joshsteinrealtor.com) who commented, “Miami Beach and really the whole Miami area has so much to offer for a great quality of life – in fact, it’s among the top ten places to live in the entire country.”

Stein goes on to describe the luxury buying market in Miami. “We had a few years of hesitation in the buyer’s market, but the confidence is back. Sellers are once again listing their luxury condos on the market and buyers are snapping them up, often with cash purchases. Take the The St. Regis Bal Harbour, one of the newest luxury condos in Miami Beach. It has has quickly become one of the most popular fine living destinations in South Florida. This modern high-rise has it all – a prime location, resort-style amenities, and peerless luxurious residences.

Stein goes on to say today’s luxury home buyer wants more from his purchase, such as what is found at St. Regis Bal Harbour. “The resort-like amenities are a must have for most owners these days. They want to be in walking distance of the famous beaches, but they also want the heated swimming pools they can use year round. They expect the state-of-the-art fitness centers and banquet facilities along with the award-winning landscape design. It’s all part of a package deal.” While Stein says some owners purchase the properties for investment and rental properties, still others expect the homes to be their full-time residences.

The prime real estate is situated on nine plus acres of prime oceanfront property, consisting of three towers with a total of 230 residences. Each home ranges from one to three bedrooms with 839 to 3,884 square feet. The ultra-exclusive St. Regis Bal Harbour Residences is comprised of 268 private residences and 37 condominium-hotel suites. Stein states the wide variety of floor plans ensures buyers they will find a layout that suits their needs and preferences.

About Josh Stein Realtor:
Josh Stein has been a Miami Beach Real Estate Agent for 12 years and has sold millions of dollars in Miami Real Estate. With targeted international real estate websites in nearly every language, including Italian, French, Russian and Portuguese, Josh positions himself on a global stage, helping him to become a top producer in high-end sales for ten consecutive years. In that time, he has sold more than $75 million in luxury properties and has launched the leading real estate marketing firm Ciao Bella Marketing. He has appeared in The Miami Herald, The New York Times and the Telegraph of London.

For more information about us, please visit http://www.joshsteinrealtor.com

Contact Info:
Name: Josh Stein
Email: info@joshsteinrealtor.com
Phone: 1-305-695-8257
Organization: Josh Stein Realtor

Source: http://marketersmedia.com/josh-stein-realtor-showcases-homes-at-st-regis-bal-harbour/38713

ReleaseID: 38713

  • Most Popular StoriesMost Popular StoriesMore>>

  • 6 injured as car jumps curb near Stanford

    6 injured as car jumps curb near Stanford

    Police in the San Francisco Bay Area city of Palo Alto say six people were injured, one critically, when a car jumped a curb outside a cafe.More >>
    Police say a man in his 90s drove on to a busy sidewalk near Stanford University, hitting five pedestrians and leaving one of them with major injuries.More >>
  • Got Solar? Utility looking to place solar panels on a home near you

    Got Solar? Utility looking to place solar panels on a home near you

    Arizona's top utility company is looking to place solar panels on 3,000 homes; at no cost to the homeownerArizona Public Service announced that they plan on placing these panels on residents homes and in turn for the usage of their roofs the utility company will give them a $30 discount on their monthly bill for the next 20 years. If approved by regulators APS will spend anywhere from 50 to 70 million in project costs. This new initiative will help the utility giant meets it's mandatory alter...More >>
    Arizona's top utility company is looking to place solar panels on 3,000 homes; at no cost to the homeownerArizona Public Service announced that they plan on placing these panels on residents homes and in turn for the usage of their roofs the utility company will give them a $30 discount on their monthly bill for the next 20 years. If approved by regulators APS will spend anywhere from 50 to 70 million in project costs. This new initiative will help the utility giant meets it's mandatory alter...More >>
  • National

    Obama warns of delay in social sec. checks and veteran's benefits

    Obama warns of delay in social sec. checks and veteran's benefits

    Web Producer: Lucy Valencia, Assignment Desk Editor WASHINGTON (AP) -- Declaring "we are not a deadbeat nation," President Obama warned on Monday that Social Security checks and veterans' benefits willMore >>
    Declaring "we are not a deadbeat nation," President Obama warned on Monday that Social Security checks and veterans' benefits will be delayed if congressional Republicans fail to increase the government's borrowing authority in a looming showdown over the nation's debt and spending.More >>
  • Father time reared his head

    Father time reared his head

    As UCLA tallied the damage from rampant flooding triggered by the rupture of a 90-year-old city water line, Los Angeles city leaders on Wednesday were once again confronted with the consequences of deferred maintenance on the city's aging infrastructure. Officials have long known that hundreds of miles of city water lines have deteriorated and need replacement, with many past the century mark. But in recent years, L.A.'s elected leaders have been unwilling to hike water rates enough to fix th...More >>
    As UCLA tallied the damage from rampant flooding triggered by the rupture of a 90-year-old city water line, Los Angeles city leaders on Wednesday were once again confronted with the consequences of deferred maintenance on the city's aging infrastructure. Officials have long known that hundreds of miles of city water lines have deteriorated and need replacement, with many past the century mark. But in recent years, L.A.'s elected leaders have been unwilling to hike water rates enough to fix th...More >>
  • Yuma woman charged with hindering prosecution of murder suspect

    Yuma woman charged with hindering prosecution of murder suspect

    YUMA, AZ- Another woman is charged with hindering prosecution of a murder suspect in the death of a Yuma man. Regina Garcia went before Judge Gregory Stewart in Yuma Justice Court Thursday afternoon.More >>
    Another woman is charged with hindering prosecution of a murder suspect in the death of a Yuma man.More >>
  • 13 arrested in Phoenix area stolen property probe

    13 arrested in Phoenix area stolen property probe

    Authorities say 13 people have been arrested after search warrants were served in Gilbert and Chandler after a seven-month drug and stolen property investigation.More >>
    Authorities say 13 people have been arrested after search warrants were served in Gilbert and Chandler after a seven-month drug and stolen property investigation.More >>
  • Union: California prison staff told to fake checks

    Union: California prison staff told to fake checks

    A union says California prison employees were pressured into falsifying suicide watch records at the state's Stockton medical facility, endangering inmates and violating court-mandated standards.More >>
    A union says California prison employees were pressured into falsifying suicide watch records at the state's Stockton medical facility, endangering inmates and violating court-mandated standards.More >>
  • Yuma

    Judge ups grandmother's charges in shooting death of 3-year-old

    Judge ups grandmother's charges in shooting death of 3-year-old

    YUMA, AZ - Monday a Yuma judge has upped the charges against the grandmother - first charged with manslaughter in the shooting death of her 3-year-old grandson Darien Nez. 35-year old Rachel Spry nowMore >>
    Monday a Yuma judge has upped the charges against the grandmother - first charged with manslaughter in the shooting death of her 3-year-old grandson Darien Nez.More >>