It all depends on your plans and goals. If you need to sell your own home first, you should plan to move in the spring when you have a better chance at selling your home.
Families with kids are most likely to move in the summer months, as to not disrupt the children’s school year.
If you could choose any time of the year to move, I'd suggest spring or late fall - times when it'll be easier to find and hire movers and when rental companies are not charging the highest rates.
The airport area is one of the more affordable places in Miami. Look up your address of employment on a map- isolate a few neighborhoods, a zip code and try item 6 on our link below.
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If you are going to work inside the airport, you may want to consider living in Mid Town which is an up and comer location. They are completing construction of the Transit Station at MIA with connection to the Metrorail. That may offer you options.
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If your property has not yet sold~ check out http://www.HybridMLS.com ~ I will blast your proprty throughiout the Internet and MLS as well. There are many reasons that properties are not selling. Downtown Miami is still suffering from a glut of condominiums. As time goes on, developers are unloading units to bulk-investors- creating an even more severe issue. If you have equity- try a lease/option.... more