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Sun-Sentinel
South Florida home sales surge in 2015Home sales surged across South Florida in 2015, fueled by low interest rates, a
South Florida home sales surge in 2015
Sun-Sentinel / Posted 2 days ago
Home sales surged across South Florida in 2015, fueled by low interest rates, an improving jobs outlook and a loosening of credit requirements by lenders. "It all collided into a banner year for housing," longtime real estate broker Douglas Rill... Read more
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Sun-Sentinel
Spring will bring droves of homebuyersGet ready for the annual real estate spring fling. February through June are a
Spring will bring droves of homebuyers
Sun-Sentinel / Posted 7 days ago
Get ready for the annual real estate spring fling. February through June are among the busiest months of the year in housing. The holidays are over and the weather's typically terrific, making house-hunting a top priority for South Florida buyers —... Read more
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TribLIVE
Foreigners snap up Miami real estateMIAMI — Facing a teetering economy at home, wealthy Brazilians have been pourin
Foreigners snap up Miami real estate
TribLIVE / Posted 20 days ago
MIAMI — Facing a teetering economy at home, wealthy Brazilians have been pouring money into what they increasingly see as the safest place to invest: South Florida real estate. So are Argentines, Colombians, Mexicans, Venezuelans, French and Turks —... Read more
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NBC Miami
As Wealthy Brazilians Snap Up Miami Real Estate, Few BenefitFacing a teetering economy at home, wealthy Brazilians have been pouring money
As Wealthy Brazilians Snap Up Miami Real Estate, Few Benefit
NBC Miami / Posted 24 days ago
Facing a teetering economy at home, wealthy Brazilians have been pouring money into what they increasingly see as the safest place to invest: South Florida real estate. So are Argentinians, Colombians, Mexicans, Venezuelans, French and Turks _... Read more
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Brandon Sun
As wealthy Brazilians snap up Miami real estate, few benefitMIAMI - Facing a teetering economy at home, wealthy Brazilians have been pourin
As wealthy Brazilians snap up Miami real estate, few benefit
Brandon Sun / Posted 24 days ago
MIAMI - Facing a teetering economy at home, wealthy Brazilians have been pouring money into what they increasingly see as the safest place to invest: South Florida real estate. So are Argentinians, Colombians, Mexicans, Venezuelans, French and Turks... Read more
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Marietta Daily Journal
As wealthy Brazilians snap up Miami real estate few benefit - MIAMI ( — Facing a teetering economy at home wealthy Brazilians have been pouring money into what they increasingly see as the safest place to invest: South Florida real estate. So a...So are Argentinians, Colombians, Mexicans, Venezuelans, French and Turks — almo
As wealthy Brazilians snap up Miami real estate few benefit - MIAMI ( — Facing a teetering economy at home wealthy Brazilians have been pouring money into what they increasingly see as the safest place to invest: South Florida real estate. So a...
Marietta Daily Journal / Posted 24 days ago
So are Argentinians, Colombians, Mexicans, Venezuelans, French and Turks — almost anyone with money to shelter, a direct flight to Miami and a shaky economy to flee. Their cash has helped drive the latest twist in Miami's ever-evolving... Read more
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The Signal
As wealthy Brazilians snap up Miami real estate, few benefitSo are Argentinians, Colombians, Mexicans, Venezuelans, French and Turks — almo
As wealthy Brazilians snap up Miami real estate, few benefit
The Signal / Posted 24 days ago
So are Argentinians, Colombians, Mexicans, Venezuelans, French and Turks — almost anyone with money to shelter, a direct flight to Miami and a shaky economy to flee. Their cash has helped drive the latest twist in Miami's ever-evolving... Read more
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Sun-Sentinel
As wealthy Brazilians snap up Miami real estate, few benefitFacing a teetering economy at home, wealthy Brazilians have been pouring money
As wealthy Brazilians snap up Miami real estate, few benefit
Sun-Sentinel / Posted 24 days ago
Facing a teetering economy at home, wealthy Brazilians have been pouring money into what they increasingly see as the safest place to invest: South Florida real estate. So are Argentinians, Colombians, Mexicans, Venezuelans, French and Turks —... Read more
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