All posts tagged foreign buyers

Colombian Interest In Miami Real Estate Holds Steady Into 2018

According to a new report from the Miami Association of Realtors, potential buyers from Colombia again led a ranking of foreign nationals searching for South Florida homes using the association’s website, 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

Miami Chamber Of Commerce ‘Asia Task Force’ Targets China

To help market the city to businesses and entrepreneurs from the Far East, the objectives for the eight-member task force are to organize Miami trips for Chinese journalists, investors and developers. CLICK ON THE HEADLINE FOR MORE

Foreign Investors Staking Claim To Miami’s Office And Retail Sectors

High net worth investors, families, and wealth managers from Latin America have been on a buying binge for office buildings and single-tenant retail properties during the past 18 months. CLICK ON THE HEADLINE FOR MORE

Foreigners Swoop Into Miami Real Estate With Piles Of Cash

Lured by the beaches or the relative security of the American real estate market, people from around the globe have flooded the Miami area in recent years. CLICK ON THE HEADLINE FOR MORE

North Miami Beach: A ‘Hidden Gem’ In The Real Estate Market

The scenic Biscayne Boulevard corridor and the 163rd Street commercial district are in the early stages of an exciting transformation that will bring many positive benefits and developments to the city. CLICK ON THE HEADLINE FOR MORE

Brazilian Condo Developer To Make Miami Debut

Having completed more than 40 projects in his native Brazil, Ishak is making his Miami debut with Krystal Tower, a 35-story, 153-unit project at 530 N.W. First Court. CLICK ON THE HEADLINE FOR MORE

Art Basel Adds To The Skyline — And The Bottom Line

The growth and popularity of the event have bolstered the tourism industry making Miami one of the fastest emerging cultural epicenters of the world. CLICK ON THE HEADLINE FOR MORE