SHOPPING SUPER MALL Within a year, it’s set to become the country’s largest shopping center as 30 percent more space is added. “It’s not really a mall, but a whole new city quarter,” said Andreas Kogge, head of Berlin.
According to a new report by the Miami Association of Realtors, total Miami-Dade County home sales in September 2018 surged 35.7 percent last month a year after Hurricane Irma. and our real estate.
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A tale of two markets: South Florida home sales up, condos fall There are 2,963 condos currently listed for sale in Miami Beach, and they have spent an average of 199 days on the market, according to data from CraneSpotters.com. In the South Beach enclave..
Close to six months after Irma sliced through the heart of the state, this fern-producing corner of Florida’s agricultural industry is getting back into motion. The competition led to oversupply in.
Sarasota Real Estate Market Bounces Back The real estate market will continue to recover from the devastating impact of hurricane Irma in Manatee and Sarasota counties. There are more new listings and pending sales as the market continues to show a healthy growth trend this month.
Tax incentive and low real estate prices can help Puerto Rico rebound.. How Puerto Rico’s Real Estate Can Bounce Back After Hurricane Maria. Those factors could help the island bounce back.
the Island real estate market is slow. More and more investors are turning their proper-ties into rentals, he noted. The Island needs a good winter season with a lot of vis-itors, particularly those with an eye to buying real estate. Norman said a good barometer of the industry will be how well sales have gone in February and how many
Those who have been watching the Florida real estate market know that we’ve been hearing good news for some time, especially in Central Florida. Now, Builder Online says the state as a whole is rebounding from the housing slump. The article states what we already know: good reports of a housing market that’s bouncing back are quite common these days.
Florida real estate bounces Back After Irma.. Irma caused a blip in sales and new listings in Florida’s property market in September 2017. Now though there is no reason to delay your search for a Florida property – for peace of mind, be sure that properties you consider are built to storm.