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    I am Jayson Wingfield, an experienced South Beach Realtor and avid investor in South Beach Real Estate.  I have owned many South Beach Condos, including at The Setai, Murano GrandeWaverly, MidTown Miami and Mirador. Now I am a Realtor specialist in these communities and others, as I attend association meetings, purvey grounds, inspect units for sale and sold, speak with management and staff, and fight for the overall good of these condos. Through due diligence, passion and experience, I achieve the same high level of property awareness with all real estate parcels that I embrace, including those that I represent as an Agent. Past sales of mine have included: The Setai, Murano Grande, Bentley Bay, The Courts, The Bath Club, Marquis, Fontainebleau, Canyon Ranch, South Bay Club, Waverly, Flamingo, 9 Island, Jade and many others.  As a prospective customer, utilize the unique features of this site including the Hot South Beach Condos , Market Watch and The SoBe Guide, to gain the highest level of South Beach Real Estate knowledge.     
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  • Miami-and-South-Beach-area-ranks-among-top-global-markets-for-luxury-homes  This mansion at 3 Indian Creek in Indian Creek Village, which fetched a record-setting $47-million, is the most expensive home ever sold in Miami-Dade County history.  Michael Stavaridis / The Jills  The Miami area ranked eighth among the top 10 luxury real estate markets in the world in a report from Christie’s International Real Estate, putting it in a league with London, New York, Paris and Hong Kong, (but also Dallas and Toronto).Miami-Dade placed high in the percentage of second-home buyers, cash buyers, and foreign and other non-local buyers, according to Christie’s, a luxury brokerage whose local affiliate is Esslinger-Wooten-Maxwell Realtors in Coral Gables.The priciest home sold in Miami ...
    Posted Mar 5, 2013, 10:56 AM by Jayson Wingfield
  • Miami pending home sales up 22 percent Pending sales of condominiums and single-family homes in Miami rose 22 percent in June compared to the same period in 2011, according to data from the Miami Association of Realtors. There were a total of 3,344 pending sales in June, although that represented a 13 percent decline from May 2012. “Despite low levels of housing inventory in Miami, pending sales activity continue to point to strong future sales,” said Martha Pomares, chairman of the board of the Miami Association of Realtors. “Dwindling supply, coupled with rising contract activity, will continue to drive price appreciation in Miami-Dade.” A sale is listed as pending when a contract is signed, but the transaction has not yet closed.
    Posted Jul 30, 2012, 9:46 PM by Jayson Wingfield
  • South Beach redevelopment proposals progressing Two separate redevelopment projects that would transform the inner core of Miami Beach are progressing toward votes.Read more here: http://www.miamiherald.com/2012/06/18/2856360/south-beach-redevelopment-proposals.html#storylink=cpyTwo pricey South Beach redevelopment projects – one to overhaul the Miami Beach Convention Center and another to build an offshoot of the Lincoln Road Mall – are progressing toward key city votes.Miami Beach commissioners are expected to vote next month to partner with a developer to turn public parking lots on an alley north of Lincoln Road into shopping and entertainment plazas that complement the historic pedestrian mall.And while a larger project to redevelop the city’s aging convention center and the surrounding area ...
    Posted Jun 21, 2012, 1:26 PM by Jayson Wingfield
  • Marquis Miami now 90 percent sold The Marquis Residences condominium in downtown Miami has now sold 90 percent of its units, the project announced. The 67-story condominium, which includes the boutique Tempo hotel, debuted in 2009. “This outstanding achievement is ample proof that buyers recognize the exceptional nature of what is provided at Marquis Residences,” said Lori Ordover, managing member of the Ordover Group, which is the sales and marketing consultant for developer Africa-Israel USA. Wendy Marks Pine, sales director at Marquis, said a majority of buyers at the condo had come from Brazil, the strongest international feeder market of downtown Miami’s recent condo boom. 
    Posted Jun 18, 2012, 2:24 PM by Jayson Wingfield
  • Bal Harbour Club sold to Argentine for $220 million  The sale of the Bal Harbour Club is one of the last prime pieces of oceanfront property. The club is expected to be demolished to make room for a luxury condominium.An Argentine developer paid $220 million for the Bal Harbour Club, with plans to build a luxury high-rise condominium on the prime, under-utilized oceanfront site.Consultatio, the development and financial firm owned by Argentine businessman Eduardo Constantini, closed Monday on the 5.53-acre property at 10201 Collins Ave. This is the firm’s second major acquisition in Miami. Consultatio this year began construction of another luxury condominium project on the site of the former Sonesta Key Biscayne, which it purchased in 2009.“We bought two of ...
    Posted Jun 17, 2012, 8:51 AM by Jayson Wingfield
  • More luxury retailers moving to Design District Miami More luxury retailers moving to Design District By ELAINE WALKER The Miami Herald Plans to turn Miami’s Design District into a high-end fashion destination are quickly gaining critical mass with more than two dozen luxury retailers like Fendi, Zegna and Bulgari on the way.Louis Vuitton and Hermès were the first to announce plans last year to close stores at the Bal Harbour Shops and open in the Miami Design District.Now, developer Craig Robins has confirmed the long-anticipated deal with parent company Louis Vuitton Moët Hennessy to bring another 11 brands beyond its namesake company to the burgeoning area on the northern fringes of downtown Miami. They include Christian Dior, Fendi, Bulgari, Pucci, De Beers, Celine ...
    Posted Feb 24, 2012, 3:14 PM by Jayson Wingfield
  • Swoop Miami SO COOL! So, I was walking over to trendy Wine Depot for dinner the other night - and low and behold a little electric vehicle pulled up next to me and said "want a free ride?".  I said "where to" - they said "anywhere in SoBe!".  I said "hecht yes, Wine Depot please" - and the rest is history.  This novel start-up is a great idea - they give you free rides anywhere in SoBe (they just ask for tips) and they generate their operating revenue through advertising on the electric vehicles.  HOW COOL!!  I'll be using these guys again, no doubt.  Check em out - www.SwoopMiami.com
    Posted Nov 13, 2011, 7:52 AM by Jayson Wingfield
  • Vacation homes: Why it might be time to buy WASHINGTON – Aug. 2, 2011 – Home price declines remain the norm in many areas, but experts say certain luxury markets are picking up steam and attracting affluent vacation-home buyers.The median second-home price fell 11 percent to $150,000 in 2010 from the prior year, according to the National Association of Realtors® (NAR). And the price dropped 25 percent since 2006, compared to a 22 percent decrease for the overall housing market.Experts say sales activity depends on geography, with buyers more interested in prime vacation spots. However, financing remains a challenge since banks remain skittish about writing jumbo mortgages.For many second-home buyers, though, the investment value is not a big concern. NAR says more than 80 ...
    Posted Aug 2, 2011, 12:59 PM by Jayson Wingfield
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