It’s the moment in your life you have been waiting for. Are you ready to take the next step? Buying your first home can be daunting at first but with this simple tips, you will find that purchasing your first home is not that scary at all. Here are some tips you should know before you take the plunge. Read the rest of this entry »
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Flagler Street has always been the Downtown’s crowning jewel. Unfortunately, this fraying main street requires a little boost. A lot of people seem happy to jump into this project. The local government is pumping $13 million to revamp the street. Their goal is to make the sidewalks more pedestrian-friendly by installing lighting and blacktop and planting shade trees.
The U.S. Treasury Department is extending its all-out attack to stop money laundering. Federal regulators are eyeing high-priced housing markets such as Miami and New York in their operation. Their goal is to limit activities that misuse shell companies as a mean to launder money.
Investing in real estate seems to be so easy according to the media. Who has not seen a TV show or read a book on how to become a millionaire investing in real estate? Nevertheless, you have to watch out for a few common mistakes. Let’s have a look at a few.
How does the beginning of the year look like? It’s still early to draw a conclusion but it looks far better than 2016. Furthermore, with Trump as the new president many things are expected to change, as we have already experienced with the mortgage rates.
Holidays are over so sales should start moving. In the last two weeks, buyers seemed more interested and we experienced some movement. The luxury market is still good independently of what it’s happening around the country. Read the rest of this entry »
Despite the unpleasant news on the Zika virus, hurricanes and a slowdown of the real estate market, Miami is still the place to be.The Miami Association of realtors noticed that the market of the single-family home had a peak in sales during the month of August. The peak was both in volume and in prices and most of closed sales were all-cash. Read the rest of this entry »