Miami and the Argentines

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Miami and the Argentines

Some foreign buyers come to South Florida because of political instability and lack of security in their countries, others because of the sunny weather, beaches and everything else Miami has to offer.

Whatever the reason, Miami has become one of the most desired international real estate markets. And while buyers from Russia, Brazil, Colombia and Venezuela have drawn the biggest headlines for their respective impacts, lately Argentines have not received nearly enough ...

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NYC: Investment Sales

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NYC: Investment Sales

According to a Cushman & Wakefield, commercial investment sales (or: sales of buildings) are expected to be down by 44 percent by the end of the year (when compared to 2016), though there are signs that 2018 could be much sunnier.

Cushman’s data show that land prices fell 17 percent this year, retail is down 8 percent, office space declined by 4 percent, elevator apartment buildings fell 3 percent and walk-up multifamily buildings declined 1 percent. “We ...

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Real Estate Tech: Nextdoor App

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Real Estate Tech: Nextdoor App

Nextdoor, the private social media app on which neighbors can find out about both block parties and break-ins, raised $75 million in a new round of funding that potentially values the platform at $1.5 billion. Its latest investors were not disclosed. In the past, Venture capital firms Benchmark, Greylock Partners, Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers and Insight Venture Partners all provided funding.

Nextdoor, led by Nirav Tolia, strives to be the internet’s “yellow pages,” connecting neighbors via ...

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Neighborhood focus: Jackson Heights, Queens

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Neighborhood focus: Jackson Heights, Queens

In Jackson Heights prices are skyrocketing but there are still deals to be had. One bedroom apartments range here between $300,000 and $450,000 in most instances.

The prewar co-ops and many subway lines serving the immigrant neighborhood of Jackson Heights have come to be increasingly enticing to a new, deeper-pocketed cohort. As a result, median prices have gone up 71 percent in the neighborhood since 2012.

The neighborhood is very cosmopolitan, some experts say 167 different languages are spoken there. Jackson Heights ...

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For sale in Miami

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For sale in Miami

The historic Greenwich Studios in North Miami just hit the market for $15 million, The Real Deal reports.
Classic movie and television productions like “Flipper” and “Miami Vice” were shot at the warehouse complex at 12100 Northeast 16th Avenue # 100. Movie producer Ivan Tors founded the studio in the 60’s. It officially opened in 1964.

Movies like “The Birdcage,” ”Stuck On You,” and “There’s Something About Mary” also were filmed at the studios.
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South Florida Construction Update

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South Florida Construction Update

Construction starts in South Florida fell 23 percent in October to $1.37 billion, according to Dodge Data & Analytics in a report by The Real Deal.

Commercial building continues to outpace residential, due in large part to South Florida’s condo market slowdown. Last month, new commercial starts increased 36 percent to about $720 million, while residential starts declined 47 percent to $653 million, compared to October 2016.

Year-to-date, construction spending fell 9 percent in October to $9.47 billion from $10.4 billion the ...

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