According to The CoStar Group, The Zylberglait Group has sold more office buildings than any other broker over the last 10 years throughout Miami Dade County.

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The Rise of the Coworking Space in the Gig Economy

  • Posted on June 28th, 2019

The obvious observation is that coworking spaces started to flourish around the time that the gig economy started to develop. New technologies have made it easier for people to start their own businesses, or rely on existing apps to connect their services to the clients who need them most.   Click here to read the […]

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Why Tier 2 Cities Have Real Estate Buyers’ Attention

  • Posted on June 28th, 2019

Activity in Tier 2 cities has surged in recent years, driven by the general affordability and relative price stability, as well as the lower levels of competition for properties. These attributes are drawing investors away from the biggest cities, referred to as Tier 1 markets.   Click here to read the article

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Opportunity Zone Investing: Is It for You?

  • Posted on June 28th, 2019

You’ve probably heard of opportunity zones. If you’re wealthy enough, you may have received a pitch to invest in an opportunity zone fund. These new investments sound appealing, but they’re not for everyone.   Click here to read the article

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Only Florida Taxes Commercial Leases And NAIOP Wants To End That

  • Posted on June 10th, 2019

Florida is the only state in the nation to charge sales tax on commercial leases, which it has been doing since 1969. The rate was 5.7%, but in the annual legislative session that ended this month, lawmakers agreed to roll it back to 5.5% starting in January. It will be the third fraction-of-a-percentage-point rollback in […]

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Wall Street Asks When, Not if, the Fed Will Cut Interest Rates

  • Posted on June 10th, 2019

The American economy is showing signs of cooling, and Wall Street is counting on Jerome H. Powell, the chairman of the Federal Reserve, to come to the rescue. The big question facing the Fed is when, not whether, to act, as far as investors are concerned. But the Fed faces a tricky balancing act as […]

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