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 Wealth Report 2016 by Knight Frank Reveals CRE Trends

  • Posted on April 4th, 2016

The recently released The Wealth Report 2016 by Knight Frank reveals some interesting CRE trends that wealthy foreign investors may keep in mind when deciding where to invest. Over a decade, Knight Frank has provided a unique perspective on the interaction between wealth and the world’s prime property markets like Miami. Experiential real estate Successful investors must […]

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Miami’s Employment Data Tells Miami’s CRE Story

  • Posted on April 4th, 2016

Miami-Dade County’s employment numbers show annual job growth rates in February of 15 percent in construction and 4.5 percent in financial activities, exceeding the state’s annual rate, according to statistics released recently by the Beacon Council, a private-public organization in charge of attracting businesses to Miami-Dade County.   The Beacon Council President & CEO Larry […]

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Is It Time to Sell Yet?

  • Posted on April 4th, 2016

A slowing economic growth is making lenders nervous and they are expected to become more selective and discriminating as the year progresses, according to Bloomberg. If financing becomes less available, the velocity of CRE sales will be affected as the year progresses.   Mark Myers, the head of the commercial real estate business at Wells […]

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6 Signs the Miami Office Market Is Back

  • Posted on February 29th, 2016

A combination of growing demand spawned by new and expanding tenants and subdued construction point to another year of declining vacancy and rising rents in the Miami-Dade office sector, according to Marcus & Millichap research. The market finished last year with the highest amount of occupied space on record. This represents all-time highs in professional […]

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National Real Estate Heavyweights Talk About Miami CRE

  • Posted on February 29th, 2016

Despite signs that the South Florida condo market is slowing down, Blackstone Group, Prudential Real Estate Investors and Federal Realty Investment Trust executives remain bullish on the Miami commercial real estate market, according to a recent article in the South Florida Business Journal. Low capitalization rates have driven up real estate prices in recent years […]

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