Colombia led the Top-10 visiting MiamiRealtors.com

Colombian consumers registered the most international web searches for Miami homes in June

Colombian consumers registered the most international web searches for Miami homes in June, according to a new report by the MIAMI Association of Realtors (MIAMI). Colombia registered 12 percent of all international searches on MIAMI’s portal, www.MiamiRealtors.com, in June 2018. Colombia has led the rankings for seven consecutive months.

Colombian consumers registered the most international web searches for Miami homes in June, according to a new report by the MIAMI Association of Realtors (MIAMI). Colombia registered 12 percent of all international searches on MIAMI’s portal, www.MiamiRealtors.com, in June 2018. Colombia has led the rankings for seven consecutive months.

“Miami is a welcoming city for people from all over the world and we see it in our monthly real estate search statistics,” said George C. Jalil, a Miami broker and the 2018 MIAMI chairman of the board. “South America is in love with Miami, but so is Pakistan, Spain and other countries.”

Pakistan, located in South Asia and the fifth-most populous country in the world, had the fourth-most web searches for Miami real estate for the second consecutive month.

Top-10 countries Visiting MiamiRealtors.com in June 2018:
Country / Share of International Searches

  1. Colombia / 12.0%
  2. India / 6.2%
  3. Venezuela / 6.0%
  4. Spain / 5.9%
  5. Canada / 5.5%
  6. Argentina / 5.2%
  7. Pakistan / 4.4%
  8. France / 4.1%
  9. Brazil / 3.8%
  10. Mexico / 3.4%

Colombia: A Top Market for South Florida Real Estate
Colombian home buyers tied with Canada in making the third-most international purchases in South Florida, according to the 2017 Profile of International Home Buyers of MIAMI Association of REALTORS® (MIAMI) Members. Colombia had a 9 percent share of all international purchases in South Florida. Argentina (15 percent) and Venezuela (11 percent) had the most and second-most purchases, respectively.

Top-10 International Cities Visiting MiamiRealtors.com in June 2018
City / Share of International Searches

  1. Bogotá, Colombia / 4.5%
  2. Karachi, Pakistan / 3.0%
  3. Antioquia, Colombia / 2.9%
  4. Quebec, Canada / 2.5%
  5. Ile-de-France / 2.4%
  6. Capital District, Venezuela / 2.4%
  7. Buenos Aires, Argentina / 2.2%
  8. Buenos Aires Province, Argentina / 2.0%
  9. Madrid, Spain / 1.8%
  10. State of Sao Paolo, Brazil /1.6%

New York Tops States Looking for Miami Homes
New York registered the most domestic Miami real estate web searches in June

Top-10 U.S. States Visiting MiamiRealtors.com in June 2018

  1. New York
  2. California
  3. Texas
  4. North Carolina
  5. Virginia
  6. Georgia
  7. Illinois
  8. Oregon
  9. New Jersey
  10. Tennessee

Top-10 U.S. Cities Visiting MiamiRealtors.com in June 2018
City / Share of Domestic Searches

  1. New York City / 12.8%
  2. Charlotte, NC / 5.2%
  3. Atlanta, GA / 3.5%
  4. Ashburn, VA / 3.5%
  5. Boardman, Oregon / 3.2%
  6. Los Angeles, CA / 2.5%
  7. Houston, TX / 2.4%
  8. Chicago, IL / 2.3%
  9. Dallas, TX / 1.5%
  10. Austin, TX /1.2%

South Florida: No. 1 Most-Searched U.S. Market by International Home Buyers
Miami-Fort Lauderdale-West Palm Beach ranked as the most searched U.S. market by international consumers, according to Realtor.com June 2018 data. South Florida has consistently ranked among the top-five U.S. markets for global real estate demand.

Top-10 U.S. Markets for International Real Estate Demand: June 2018

  1. Miami-Fort Lauderdale-West Palm Beach
  2. Los Angeles-Long Beach-Anaheim, CA
  3. Bellingham, WA
  4. Santa Cruz- Watsonville, CA
  5. Orlando-Kissimmee-Sanford, FL
  6. New York-Newark-Jersey City, NY-NJ-PA
  7. Kahului-Wailuku-Lahaina, HI
  8. Urban Honolulu, HI
  9. Houston-The Woodlands-Sugar Land, TX
  10. El Centro, CA

Top-10 countries Driving International Demand in South Florida: June  2018

  1. Canada
  2. Brazil
  3. United Kingdom
  4. Colombia
  5. Germany
  6. Argentina
  7. France
  8. Italy
  9. Spain
  10. Mexico