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‘Sky’s the limit’ in South Beach

By all accounts, South Beach is teeming with tourists, shoppers and happily-situated condo owners from all over the world, but the robust economy in this part of Miami also brings traffic, crowds and rising prices that…

Dodd-Frank drag on residential lending?

Dodd-Frank drag on residential lending?

Residential lending is likely to slow in the new year, due to the Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act, which requires stricter documentation and approval standards for mortgages.…

Hedge funds move cash into Miami realty

Hedge funds move cash into Miami realty

Hedge funds based elsewhere in the US and out of the country have been pooling money to load up on both commercial and residential real estate in South Florida. “A…

Brickell building boom surprised everyone

Brickell building boom surprised everyone

Brickell’s development business is back, and it’s booming. Whereas last decade saw empty condo towers standing tall as skeletal reminders of a recession past, 2013 saw the continued construction of…

Construction costs rise 15% in six months

Construction costs rise 15% in six months

One of the biggest challenges facing the real estate industry in 2014 will involve managing construction costs. Construction expenses have increased almost 15% in the past six months alone, with…

Residential prices soar 19% in year – too fast?

Residential prices soar 19% in year – too fast?

There are no signs of a slowdown in the real estate sector, with prices climbing almost 19% in the last year. For nearly two years now home prices have trended…

To buy land to develop, ‘ugly duckling’ prices soar

To buy land to develop, ‘ugly duckling’ prices soar

An emerging trend is forcing prices of some of the area’s most unattractive buildings to increase more than fivefold, as developers piece together parcels for large projects. As land grows…

New York developers flock to Miami

It’s not just New York’s buyers who are heating up Miami’s real estate sector. The Big Apple’s developers, too, are looking south as historically high prices in some Miami neighborhoods…

Resident influx feeds rising condo towers

Resident influx feeds rising condo towers

It’s going to take a lot of housing to match South Florida’s population increase, especially with Miami-Dade’s increasing popularity among both domestic and international homebuyers. With 175 new residents coming…

Miami residences move into 8-digit neighborhood

Miami residences move into 8-digit neighborhood

From floor-to-ceiling glass walls in “sky homes” to sweeping landscapes, butlers, panoramic views, yacht club concierges, waterfront settings, furniture that has yet to hit the market and private everything –…

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