All the big names are doing one thing: they throw lavish parties. A condo project typically needs to sell 50 to 60% of their inventory before being able secure construction fundings from banks. This is probably why they are doing everything they need to attract buyers. This is especially so when bank loans has dried up for new upcoming projects. Read the rest of this entry »
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Here is the thing: Miami knows how to attract the wealthy. What seems to be the vacation place for others is a residential home for the ones with big bucks. Miami is a heaven for the American’s elite and here is how Miami attracts them: Read the rest of this entry »
The most high profile event of the year is here in Miami. Thousands of people are flocking the renowned Art Basel which means there are many many potential buyers. The question is how can the developers and brokerages attract them? Well, by providing lavish parties with musical and dance performances, plus art installations of course! Here’s a list of creative attractions that you must see! Read the rest of this entry »
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 »
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.
Some immigrants, even those with a valid work permit, who were planning to buy a house, are sceptic nowadays. A few even withdrew their offers. For example in San Francisco, an Indian software engineer cancelled an offer for a house at $900,000. This is not the only case in the US, immigrants do not feel safe enough to make the biggest investment of their lifetime in a country where they might not be so welcome anymore. This fear could hurt to a certain extent the residential real estate market. Read the rest of this entry »