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Foreclosures jump 7% in October from September

Foreclosures jump 7% in October from September


    CHICAGO (MarketWatch) — Foreclosure activity rose 7% in October compared with September, a sign that lenders are picking up the pace after foreclosure processing problems caused delays, RealtyTrac said Thursday.
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12/18/2011 Margulies breaks ground on new Miami condo project

Margulies breaks ground on new Miami condo project


    The construction market shows signs of stirring with the groundbreaking of an Aventura high-rise, where the asking price begins at $1 million.
    Martin Z. Margulies made his fortune building a series of high-end properties that dot the South Florida coastline. He’s spent much of that wealth collecting and subsidizing contemporary art, both here and around the world.

Margulies breaks ground on new Miami condo project

Aventura condos

The construction market shows signs of stirring with the groundbreaking of an Aventura high-rise, where the asking price begins at $1 million. Martin Z. Margulies made his fortune building a series of high-end properties that dot the South Florida coastline. He’s spent much of that wealth collecting and subsidizing contemporary art, both here and around the world.

12/12/2011 Weekly market review

Weekly market review


    Developers are in the rush to cash in their chips on new demand. According to our database with 4 new projects, developers now are preparing to build over 20 towers with more than 4,200 units east of Interstate 95 in 3 counties: MIAMI Dade, Broward and Palm Beach.

12/08/2011 Leading U. S. economists: Fla.’s housing market bouncing back

“Our state is in a mini-recovery,” said Florida Realtors® Chief Economist Dr. John Tuccillo at the state association’s 2012 Real Estate and Economic Forecast Conference in Orlando. “Sales are trending up, listing inventories are falling, the supply of lender-related properties has stabilized, and we are seeing multiple offers on homes in some local markets

Market’s weekly reviews

Market’s weekly reviews

    Nothing has changed since last week in real estate, except the US Dollar starts application against the major currencies, mostly against the Euro and the Canadian Dollar. If you ask me what does it have to do with real estate in MIAMI?

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