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 Looming Dec. 31 Opportunity Zone Deadline: What It Means For Investors

  • Posted on October 30th, 2019

On Dec. 31, when the rest of the world is getting ready to usher in the new decade, opportunity zone investors will face an important deadline: the last day on which they can make an investment in a qualified opportunity fund and get the full benefit of the new program.   Click here to read the article

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What $1 Million Can Buy in Industrial Real Estate

  • Posted on October 30th, 2019

Industrial real estate remains one of the strongest investment opportunities following years of dramatic growth in e-commerce. E-commerce drives a lot of need for distribution and warehouse space. Rents continue to rise while vacancy stays around historic lows. And that includes older, smaller industrial properties.   Click here to read the article

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Here Are the Best US Cities for Medical Office Investors

  • Posted on October 30th, 2019

Real estate investors are taking more interest in medical office buildings as higher prices and risks in other property types have squeezed annual returns, according to a CoStar analysis. The report, titled “Investing in Medical Office: Just What the Doctor Ordered,” shows the cities with the fastest-growing population of seniors combined with the least amount […]

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Florida’s Strong Employment Compared To Other Big States

  • Posted on October 7th, 2019

By many measures, Florida’s employment picture looks good. The state’s workforce has grown and unemployment has plummeted. Even wages have improved, outpacing inflation. Florida is in a better place than five years ago. But how do we compare to the five other most-populated states — California, Texas, New York, Pennsylvania and Illinois?   Click here […]

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New Regulations Allow Closer U.S. Scrutiny Of Foreign CRE Investments

  • Posted on October 2nd, 2019

The U.S. Treasury Department has proposed new regulations to tighten government scrutiny on foreign investments in the United States, including a wide range of real estate deals. The rules will take effect early next year.   Click here to read the article

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