Miami Real Estate Mostly Spared From Irma’s Fury, Industry Players Say

Although two cranes went down from vicious winds and streets flooded, the deadly storm largely spared the city’s urban core and coastal communities from catastrophic damage. CLICK ON THE HEADLINE FOR MORE

Coral Gables Looks To Grow Southward Beyond Merrick Park & University of Miami

An 11.4 square mile area of Coral Gables is poised for a new wave of development that will completely alter the southern landscape of the City Beautiful. CLICK ON THE HEADLINE FOR MORE

Feds Widen Their Hunt For ‘Dirty Money’ In Miami Real Estate

Previously limited in scope, the Feds renewed rules will now cover every big-ticket cash transaction by shell companies in seven major markets. CLICK ON THE HEADLINE FOR MORE

Water Views vs. City Views: What’s The Scene Out Your Window In Miami Worth?

The old adage ‘location, location, location’ when purchasing property certainly holds true in balmy Miami, where condos offering water views often sell for twice as much as similar ones with city views. CLICK ON THE HEADLINE FOR MORE

South Florida Makes Solar Power Energy History

On July 18, a new law was enacted making South Miami the only municipality between The Golden State of California and The Sunshine State mandating that solar power be installed in newly built homes or those subject to major renovation. CLICK ON THE HEADLINE FOR MORE

Miami Wages And Salaries Are Increasing Faster Than Anywhere In America

According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, Miami wages, salaries, and total compensation are rising faster than any major city. CLICK ON THE HEADLINE FOR MORE

Are Brazilian Real Estate Buyers Back In Miami?

After much turmoil, Brazil’s economy is finally showing signs of life, and right on cue, wealthy Brazilian buyers have once again renewed their love affair with Miami real estate. CLICK ON THE HEADLINE FOR MORE

They’ve Paid For Lots Of Miami Buildings But These Visas May Vanish

Estimated to have funneled more than $18 billion in overseas cash into U.S. business development since 2008 including hundreds of millions of dollars in Florida, the EB-5 visa program will expire on Sept. 30 unless Congress renews it. CLICK ON THE HEADLINE FOR MORE