Marialby’s Real Estate Blog2018-06-13T17:43:24+00:00
1708, 2018

South Florida’s biggest office sales in July

By |August 17th, 2018|

South Florida’s biggest office sales in July Broward County’s office market was hotter than its sister counties to the north and south. Four out of South Florida’s five biggest sales occurred in Broward – likely due to the limited supply [...]

1608, 2018

Miami es el paraíso para la inversión extranjera

By |August 16th, 2018|

Miami es el paraíso para la inversión extranjera Florida ha dado el salto gigantesco para convertirse en una urbe internacional, en la que el valor de las propiedades sube constantemente y de manera estable Miami ha cambiado radicalmente su [...]

1608, 2018

Advenir drops $60M on apartment complex near FIU

By |August 16th, 2018|

Vista Verde at Westchester, Rilea Group’s Alan Ojeda and Advenir’s Stephen Vecchitto The Rilea Group sold an apartment complex near Florida International University to Advenir for $59.75 million. Vista Verde at Westchester, a 302-unit complex at 10491 Southwest 14th Terrace, [...]

1608, 2018

Traina Companies picks up piece of FATCity dev site

By |August 16th, 2018|

Renderings of FATCity A Traina Companies affiliate just paid $5 million for an office building in Fort Lauderdale that’s part of the 1.35-million-square-foot mixed-use project called FATCity. Third Street Development, LLC, led by Joseph R. Traina Sr., paid about $260 [...]

1608, 2018

South Florida’s biggest multifamily deals in July

By |August 16th, 2018|

South Florida’s multifamily market continued have another strong month in July. While condo sales are starting to slow in some parts of the tri-county, demand for apartment properties has only seemed to increase. Interest seems to be particularly strong in [...]

1608, 2018

7 bad things that sellers often do

By |August 16th, 2018|

Tactics like "We'll price it high and drop the price if we don't get any offers right away" sound reasonable – but they usually do more harm than good.

1608, 2018

Where black homeownership is the norm

By |August 16th, 2018|

Two decades ago, Frederick Veazey was drawn to this suburban idyll by the usual things: grass, peace and quiet, good schools. But in choosing where to raise his sons and … Click to Continue »

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