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Is The Fed Telling You to Sell Your Building Now?

  • Posted on October 12th, 2017

The Federal Reserve has outlined plans to accelerate its effort to move toward a more normalized monetary policy following nearly a decade of easing. There is no doubt the ‘normalization process’ will put upward pressure on long-term rates. That will ultimately impact the value of real estate assets. I wanted to write about this issue […]

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Miami-Dade Office Market Has Reasons to Celebrate

  • Posted on October 12th, 2017

The office market in Miami-Dade County continues to gain ground in terms of occupancy and rental rates. It ended the second quarter 2017 with a vacancy rate of 8.8 percent, according to Costar’s latest office market report. The vacancy rate was down over the previous quarter, with net absorption totaling positive 280,022 square feet in […]

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Thought leadership: Changes in Transportation Are Poised to Transform Commercial Real Estate

  • Posted on October 12th, 2017

The relationship between real estate and transportation has always been co-dependent. As technology changes transportation – think automated cars and 3D technology, there is no doubt real estate will be impacted. This CCIM Magazine column authored by Dykema Gossett Attorneys William J. Kohler and Ross J. Altman helps us realize the need to stay abreast […]

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Panel Discussion: South Florida’s latest trends on international investment

  • Posted on September 5th, 2017

Want to hear the latest on international investor trends in South Florida and the USA? Join me and a group of experts in a panel discussion of the assets presently capturing the attention of foreign investors. The Realtors Commercial Alliance, or RCA Miami, a division of the Miami Realtors Association, will host the event at […]

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Miami-Dade: Unemployment Rates Continue to Trend Low

  • Posted on September 5th, 2017

Miami-Dade County’s economy remains healthy as local businesses created 27,100 new nonagricultural payroll jobs in the past year, according to the August report of the Miami-Dade Beacon Council. This data highlights one of the reasons the office market continues to perform well in Miami. The unemployment rate remained low at 4.8% in July 2017, which was a 0.2 […]

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