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‘Tax Reform’ To Change CRE Investor Behavior

  • Posted on January 10th, 2018

The tax reform bill recently signed into law by President Trump has given the CRE market reasons to celebrate. Fortunately, it retained numerous key commercial real estate provisions that will continue to fuel deals. The 1031 tax-deferred exchange, the mortgage interest deduction for investment real estate and asset depreciation had few material changes, according to […]

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Need Another Reason to Invest in Florida CRE?

  • Posted on January 9th, 2018

Do you need another reason to invest in Florida commercial real estate? Look at Florida’s population growth between July 2016 and July 2017.  During that period, the Sunshine State added 328,000 residents, 33 percent more than California. Population growth is one of the fundamentals for a healthy real estate market and Florida continues to grow […]

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CoStar: Q&A: Foreign Investors See Security in Commercial Real Estate

  • Posted on January 9th, 2018

CoStar News: How would you describe the state of the commercial real estate market in South Florida?  Alex Zylberglait: » I think, at this point, the market is still moving up. The deal volume is a little slower than last year and the year before, but nevertheless, it’s still at a healthy level. The only […]

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STARBUCKS BUILDING HITS THE MARKET IN DORAL, A HUB FOR LATAM INVESTMENT

  • Posted on December 5th, 2017

A single-tenant building occupied by Starbucks is up for grabs in Doral. The property hits the market as the inventory of net-lease properties rented by investment-grade corporate guaranteed tenants continues to decrease. My team recently has been tapped to market the building at 7840 NW 25th Street. The price tag: $3.86 million.   The demand for investment properties in […]

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Reflecting on the 10 Year Anniversary of the Unfolding of the Recession

  • Posted on December 5th, 2017

This December marks the 10th anniversary of the Great Recession, which brought shock, pain and a surprising recovery to the South Florida real estate market — one of the hardest hit markets in the USA. South Florida – ground zero for foreclosures that devastated homeowners, CRE owners, developers and lenders – has risen from the ashes and […]

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