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It’s not the first time we mention how climate weather is affecting Miami’s landscape. In our article “Miami’s great initiatives to combat climate change” we explained how Miami’s local government is developing new ways to reduce the long-term risk of flooding and stabilize the region’s economy.  This time I wanted to explore a little deeper […]
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We’ve been writing about how the Tax Cut and Jobs acted signed by Trump in 2017, has made Miami an investment paradise for Tax Refugees (wealthy buyers investing in South Florida looking for a tax break). New York has been one of the best examples of how high tax immigration to the sunshine state. As […]
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It is known that all great cities have been built along rivers. New York, Paris, London, Chicago, are just a few examples. It would be impossible to say it is just a coincidence! There a lot of riverfront advantages that have helped the commercial developments of cities. The half-mile long Miami River is not the […]
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Foreign buyers have been the #1 buyers of South Florida real estate for more than a decade. However, for the past few years, there was a tremendous decrease in Latin American buyer’s activity due to inflation and unstable local governments. However, according to the Profile of International Home Buyers Report of 2018, there was a […]
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For the past 10 years, Miami has been facing a speedy cultural development that hasn’t been fully followed by the rest of the World. That is why people improperly think that Miami is not a “serious business city” where you can actually go other than on vacation. Miami is not only a “cool” vacationing location anymore. A […]
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The population rate in Florida has the second-fastest rate among the rest of the country. Brickell has shown a special rise of the population since 2000, and there is no sign that the growth is going to stop. Residents are replacing the beach, for a neighborhood as Brickell that is offering a large list of advantages. […]
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Little have we discussed about to the current Miami condo’s oversupply. There are new constructions in every corner, that have pushed developers to find new ways of differentiating and stepping above their competitors. This new strategy is modifying Miami’s skyline. Local developers are now outsourcing the exterior design to famous international architects. Buyers have so […]
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In the past, Miami’s developments were strictly targeted to buyers. Developers were building with the only purpose of selling as many units as possible, but we have seen in the past few years the beginning of a new trend. Miami is becoming more and more a city of renters and even more short term renters. […]
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It is not a surprise that the Florida’s real estate market isn’t in its best shape today. The market has been facing different barriers that haven’t allowed it to grow as the some years before. In this week’s article I will explain some of the biggest problems that the industry is trying to bear. 1. […]
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Are you planning to buy your first house and don’t know what price range to search for? Or are you only curious about how much is your price-to-income guideline? Well, this was the main questions the study of Hosing Markets and Finance made by the American Enterprise Institute’s Center (A.E.I.) was trying to solve. If […]

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