Miami is a city of passage, of encounters and new beginnings, and at the same time it is a city in full development boom. In 2015, 44.3 million people traveled through the Miami airport (Miami-Dade Aviation Department Report) and every year, thousands of people migrate locally and internationally.
Many markets have been transformed to meet the growing need of these people who spend a few hours, a few days or choose a new life in the city of the sun. Markets such as real estate, hotels, car rentals and entertainment centers come together to offer the sporadic or permanent visitor a perfect stay. Even recognized Latin companies have expanded their companies to “the capital of Latin America”, Miami.
Miami has big projects between the next 3 to 5 years, that implies a great demand in all sectors of the economy and that motivates us (commented the owner of the Venezuelan Car Rental Company). There has been more demand at the local level, that is, there are more people wanting to live in Miami, not only Latinos, but people of other nationalities seeing South Florida as an interesting destination, maybe not to live the 12 months of year, but if to spend long periods of time.