“Here in Miami, the concept of a ‘granny flat’ or “casita” (literally a ‘small house’ in Spanish) is nothing new; I have helped clients buy, build, and sell dozens of casita-adjoined houses throughout the city over the course of my long career,” writes Nancy Iliffe. She a member of the Master Brokers Forum, a network of top real estate professionals in Miami, and an agent with Shelton and Stewart Realtors.
“Here in Miami, the concept of a ‘granny flat’ or “casita” (literally a ‘small house’ in Spanish) is nothing new; I have helped clients buy, build, and sell dozens of casita-adjoined houses throughout the city over the course of my long career,” writes Nancy Iliffe. She a member of the Master Brokers Forum, a network of top real estate professionals in Miami, and an agent with Shelton and Stewart Realtors.
“Here in Miami, the concept of a ‘granny flat’ or “casita” (literally a ‘small house’ in Spanish) is nothing new; I have helped clients buy, build, and sell dozens of casita-adjoined houses throughout the city over the course of my long career,” writes Nancy Iliffe. She a member of the Master Brokers Forum, a network of top real estate professionals in Miami, and an agent with Shelton and Stewart Realtors.

Rise of ‘casitas’ illustrates multigenerational housing trend in Miami

April 26, 2018 06:00 AM