Blog Posts in November, 2014

  • Residential real estate market in Florida to boom during winter

    In Florida, housing continues to be a gold mine for sellers and investors. Sales of existing homes in the Southwest Florida area continued to go up last month, with area residential real estate prices rebounding from the flat September prices. This signals yet another solid winter for the area's real estate market. Statistics show that real estate agents sold more than 2,100 houses and condos in ...
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  • Florida commercial real estate drawing international interest

    Property in the United States is increasingly being purchased by international buyers. The Florida commercial real estate market, in particular, is drawing interest abroad. The fact that the Sunshine State is a hot spot for buyers may give confidence to those who are interested in selling their Florida properties or buying property in a highly valued area. Besides Florida, other parts of the ...
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  • Commercial real estate market resurging in South Florida

    In Southwest Florida, recovery from the recent recession has never looked better. As part of this recovery, the state's commercial real estate market has been steadily resurging. This market experienced hard times a couple of years ago after residential construction essentially imploded in 2006. The commercial market's comeback is a reflection of the state's previous residential recovery. This ...
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  • Residential real estate in Florida being purchased by foreigners

    It's not just American "snowbirds" who are eyeing real estate in sunny Florida these days. Foreigners who aren't residents purchased nearly $8 billion in Florida residential real estate through June 2014. This means that purchases in the Sunshine State rose by nearly $1.5 billion during this period, research shows. The reason that so many foreigners have been purchasing real estate in Florida is ...
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