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Front Page » 2012 » August (Page 14)

Unconstitutional Realtor Tax Break Passes 50

Despite one commissioner's claim that it is unconstitutional, the Miami City Commission last week passed an ordinance to exempt any licensed and operating real estate associate from the requirement…

As Marlins Alter Roster Stadium Costs Under Review

When the former Florida Marlins knocked on the door for county stadium financing, one of the concerns raised by Miami-Dade commissioners was the penchant for the ballclub to trade…

Burn Notice Under Pressure To Find Home

In the controversy over whether TV series "Burn Notice" will be allowed to renew its lease to film at the former Coconut Grove Exhibition Center, Miami Commissioner Marc Sarnoff…

Distressed Condos Disappearing

Brickell's inventory of distressed condos is dissipating rapidly, sending prices higher and generating some new construction. While newer units are more popular, brokers say, the best of the older…

As Housing Prices Rise Foreclosures Stay High

Recent real estate reports show the two faces of Miami-Dade County's housing market: one heralded for rising prices and all-cash purchases and the other still troubled by a high…
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