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Boutique developments a draw for South Florida homebuyers

Boutique developments in South Florida are making a comeback as homebuyers look to buy into smaller, less densely populated buildings. Buyers are reacting to the ongoing pandemic as well as to low inventory and high prices for single-family homes. In recent years, the...

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Vacation home sales skyrocketing

The last 12 months has not only been big for mortgage refinances and first-time homebuyers filing mortgage applications — it was also a banner year for mortgage applications for second homes, according to a new Redfin study. Applications for those purchasing a second...

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Miami-Dade mayor launches $60M relief program for landlords

UPDATED, Feb. 9, 11:15 a.m.: Some relief is coming to landlords in Miami-Dade County. Miami-Dade Mayor Daniella Levine Cava announced a $60 million relief program for residential landlords that have pending writs of possession with tenants facing eviction. The program...

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Join Us in Miami! Love, Masters of the Universe

MIAMI — America’s business leaders, freed from the office, looked around the country, taking note of its coronavirus lockdowns, taxes and rabble rousers. And many said as if in unison: Miami! Blackstone Group: Miami! Elliott Management: Miami! Silicon Valley venture...

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SoftBank to invest $100M in Miami startups

SoftBank Group COO Marcelo Claure is launching a $100 million initiative to fund Miami-based tech companies and those moving to the Magic City. Claure, who is also CEO of SoftBank Group International and executive chairman of WeWork, made the announcement on Miami...

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Miami named most glamorous city in U.S.

More house for the money. Less taxes. More outdoor space. Warm weather. Closer to family. These are many of the reasons behind COVID-19 driven migration, as the work-from-home phenomenon opens up possibilities for Americans once tethered to the cities where they...

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