Miami, FL Real Estate
Miami, Florida is located in Miami-Dade County. Nearby cities and towns include Brownsville, Gladeview, Fisher Island, West Miami, Miami Springs, Virginia Gardens, El Portal, Miami Beach, West Little River, Coral Terrace, Coral Gables, North Bay Village, Pinewood, Miami Shores, Key Biscayne, South Miami, Westview, Biscayne Park, Glenvar Heights, Westchester, Fountainebleau, Hialeah, Olympia Heights, Indian Creek, Opa-locka, North Miami, Surfside, Doral, Bay Harbor Islands, Golden Glades, Pinecrest, University Park, Sweetwater, Sunset, Bal Harbour, Medley, Westwood Lakes, North Miami Beach, Kendall, Miami Lakes, Hialeah Gardens, Miami Gardens, Tamiami, Sunny Isles Beach, Palmetto Bay, Country Club, Kendale Lakes, Ojus, Ives Estates, Palm Springs North, Aventura, The Crossings, Richmond Heights, Palmetto Estates, Golden Beach, West Park, Kendall West, Pembroke Park, Three Lakes, West Perrine, Hallandale Beach, Cutler Bay, Miramar, The Hammocks, South Miami Heights, Country Walk, Richmond West, Hollywood, Pembroke Pines, Goulds, Cooper City, Dania Beach, Princeton, Southwest Ranches, Davie, Naranja, Broadview Park, Homestead Base, Leisure City, Boulevard Gardens, Plantation, Washington Park, Islandia, and Franklin Park. Miami is an urban community with a population of 415,346. The median household income is $31,550. In Miami, 32% of residents are married, and families with children reside in 28% of the households. Half the population of Miami commutes 23 minutes or less to work, with 67% of residents holding white collar jobs and 33% residents holding blue collar jobs. The median age of homes in Miami, FL is 37 years, with 28% of those homes owned, 62% rented, and 11% not occupied. In the previous year, 8531 Miami properties were sold. The median sale price of a home in Miami in the previous year was $287,588.