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Front Page » 2012 » November (Page 11)

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Cash Remains King In Buying Housing

Although there has been some loosening of the purse strings among lenders, active brokers in the county's residential market say cash is still king.…

To Get Young Audience Opera To Stage In Bar

The Florida Grand Opera inked a deal last week that will put opera on the stage of a trendy Design District bar.…

Milliondollar Residences Selling Faster

The resale market of residential properties priced $1 million and over is steadily growing, with prices on the rise due to decreased inventory and an increase in buyers. …

Military Watching Iran Russia China In Americas

Activities by Iran and affiliated organizations into Latin American are among the concerning trends being spotted by the Doral-based US Southern Command.…

Housing Swings From Glut To Scarcity

Miami-Dade's housing inventory, swelled by the convergence of the last construction boom with the economic downturn, has shrunk to scarcity in just four years.…

County Sends 137 Lobbyists To Ethics Class

Ethics is being preached to lobbyists and employees in Miami-Dade County, from lessons on avoiding conflicts of interest to steering clear of bribery. So far, about one-third of one…

Miamidade Offers Storm Aid To New Jersey

From one Jersey guy to another, Miami-Dade Beacon Council President and CEO Frank Nero is offering New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie some suggestions on how to help businesses and…

New Opera Ceo Susan Danis Targets Accumulated Debt Aims To Build Access To Artists Educational Opportunities

Susan Danis recently moved from Sarasota to South Florida to take the helm of the Florida Grand Opera. While Ms. Danis has only been on the job a few weeks,…

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