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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Kendall Office Market Spells Opportunity

  • Posted on August 2nd, 2016

The Kendall market is the second largest office submarket in Miami-Dade County, close behind the Miami Airport submarket and slightly ahead of the Downtown Miami market. According to CoStar’s 2Q16 office report, Kendall is one of the top best performing submarkets in Miami-Dade. If you compare Kendall to Downtown Miami – both with about 12 […]

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Por Qué Invertir En Propiedades Comerciales En Miami?

  • Posted on July 21st, 2016

Estás Pensando Invertir En Miami? Agente de Bienes Raíces Comerciales Alex Zylberglait estará disponible para hablar sobre como invertir en propiedades comerciales con flujo de fondos en Miami en su Stand #113 y en su Workshop.                                                                                      Por qué inversionistas de Latinoamérica están invirtiendo en propiedades comerciales en Miami hoy más que en otros ciclos? Se […]

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Why Brexit Will Impact Miami CRE?

  • Posted on July 5th, 2016

The economic and political uncertainty created by the United Kingdom’s vote to leave the European Union could have a significant impact in some of the largest property markets in the US, including Miami. Since the late 1990s, Miami has experienced waves of European inbound investment based on economic cycles in both the US and Europe. […]

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Investors Target A District North of Downtown Miami

  • Posted on July 5th, 2016

The recent $6.5 million sale of 5000 Biscayne Boulevard, a class B office building in the Miami Modern Biscayne Boulevard Historic District, highlights the demand for CRE in one of Miami’s up-and-coming neighborhoods north of downtown Miami. The 15,618-square-foot office building sold to 69th ST Loan, which Alex Karakhanian and Damian Narvaez operate. I marketed and sold the development […]

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Is our economy capable of driving commercial real estate performance?

  • Posted on July 5th, 2016

The current economic expansion has run for 84 months through June, prompting discussions on how much fuel remains in the tank. History tells us that the length of a cycle in itself will not induce a downturn. In fact, we are experiencing longer expansion periods than previously recorded, according to economic models. Key segments of […]

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