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Miami Real Estate: Then & Now

With ample swamps, hurricanes, and alligators, Miami may not have been the most logical place to start a city. And in the early years, many people seemed to pass it by. In 1900, the population was a mere 1,000. What a difference a century makes. Today, with 2.5 million people, Miami has blossomed from a […]

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Prices for Miami Beach luxury condos soar to records

By Martha Brannigan Fancy condos in South Beach and its South of Fifth neighborhood are fetching jaw-dropping prices — $27 million for one this week, maybe $39 million for another soon. Ultra-luxury condominiums on South Beach are fetching nosebleed prices. On Tuesday, a penthouse at the Setai Resort at 2001 Collins Avenue closed for $27 […]

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Real Estate In Early Bloom

By KENNETH R. HARNEY Potential buyers are making moves that might have normally been pushed back into the spring Could we be looking at an early spring this year — not in meteorological terms but real estate? Could the chilly December to February months, which traditionally see fewer buyers out shopping for houses compared with […]

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South Florida’s real estate market looks hot again

Demand is up, inventory is low and prices are rising. The battle for South Florida’s residential real estate is back on even though there may still be many more foreclosures to come. Bidding wars are erupting from Homestead to Weston, as home sales and prices take off, further reinforcing the end of a prolonged market […]

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What are short sale incentives?

Short sale incentives are used by the bank to entice borrowers to short sale their homes. For instance, Bank of America has a COOP program that allows people to receive $2500 at closing. Bank of America also has state specific short sale programs that can also provide an additional $30,000 at closing. Other banks have […]

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Ian Welch Sells Homes Fast!

Let Ian M. Welch list and sell your home. If you are tired of your same old Real Estate agent who doesn’t pick up your phone calls when you need them the most the give Ian M. Welch with Real Estate Sales Force a try (RESF). Whether your trying to sell your investment home as […]

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Homestead begins 100th anniversary celebration

Homestead, Miami-Dade’s second-oldest city, is marking its history with a six-month-long 100th anniversary celebration culminating in February. BY MARGAUX HERRERA mherrera@MiamiHerald.com Nobody can say Homestead doesn’t know how to party. Homestead kicked off its Centennial celebration by bringing in founding Homestead families and historical reenactors this weekend with a public street party in the Historic […]

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Insurance ‘sticker shock’ for home buyers

As rates rise at Citizens Property Insurance Corp., real estate professionals say Florida’s housing market is taking a hit. By Toluse Olorunnipa Herald/Times Tallahassee Bureau TALLAHASSEE — Justin and Ashleigh Leto were ready to buy their Florida dream home. The property was perfect, the price was acceptable and the sellers were ready to hand over […]

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