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Real estate bubble worries deflated

Industry experts agree that with markets moving as rapidly as they are in South Florida, it’s only natural for people to ask if we’re in the midst of a land price bubble. The market is definitely moving…

Home price rises outpace income

Home price rises outpace income

Kurt Zauke is a creative type. But the graphic artist is nothing if not practical about Miami’s real estate market when it comes to the American dream. “I love the…

Waterfront development land running dry

As real estate demand and prices keep soaring, developable land has been on the decline in Miami-Dade, especially oceanfront sites. Even though they agree it depends on the type of…

Less distressed housing, higher prices

In what real estate brokers are saying is the latest sign of the industry’s turnaround, fewer “distressed properties” – including foreclosures, short sales and homes owned by banks and other…

Forecast: 2 shining years for housing

Forecast: 2 shining years for housing

The next two years are going to be great for residential real estate sales, top brokers predict. “It’s a very strong market,” said Emilio Palomo, board member of the Master…

Condo helipad? Vault? No problem

Condo helipad? Vault? No problem

There’s luxury and then there’s super luxury, where buyers expect refrigerators in their new homes to come stocked with their favorite delicacies, staff to walk their pampered pooches and drivers…

Key prescribes new Walgreens application

Key prescribes new Walgreens application

An appeal of Key Biscayne’s denial of a Walgreens development in the island’s entry block was taken off the agenda and settled hours before it was to be heard, with…

NY, DC still outpace our office rents

Miami office rental prices have picked up and are well above some East Coast urban centers but remain lower than those of Washington, DC, and New York City. “Rent is…

European demand shifts condo market

European demand shifts condo market

There’s a distinct French influence at Le Parc at Brickell, and it’s a sign of an emerging trend. The decorative flourishes by French furniture designer Ligne Roset are a deliberate…

Floating city for Biscayne Bay?

A Dutch developer is eyeing Biscayne Bay for a $200 million floating development. Netherlands-based Dutch Docklands wants the equivalent of 500 to 1,000 acres to build a floating island with…

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