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Miami makes shortlist for Amazon HQ2

Posted on 18 Jan 2018

Amazon has announced its shortlist of 20 proposals for its $5 billion second headquarters on Thursday with New York, Miami, and Los Angeles all making the cut. There were 238 proposals from around the U.S., Canada, and Mexico for HQ2. For the finalists, 18 of the 20 are from the U.S. The other two are […]

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LD managing partner reach the Brickell Magazine 2017 Top 20 Professionals Under Forty

Posted on 10 Oct 2017

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Miami is the worst city for apartment renters, study says

Posted on 13 Mar 2017

Miami is the worst city for apartment renters this year, according to a study by Forbes, which analyzed 46 cities across various metrics such as “rent as a share of household income.” Though Miami consistently ranks toward the bottom of the Top 10 nationally in median rental prices, trailing the likes of New York City, […]

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Miami is the 109th best city to be a real estate agent, study says

Posted on 13 Feb 2017

While Miami being named as the 109th best city to be a real estate agent isn’t exactly something to be proud of, it does mark some nice improvement from last year’s standing of 134th in the same report. The annual WalletHub study compared 150 of the biggest U.S. cities “across 14 key indicators of a […]

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Construction spending in South Florida totaled $10.9B in 2016

Posted on 30 Jan 2017

Construction spending in South Florida totaled $10.9 billion in 2016, marking a 3 percent increase from the previous year, according to the latest report from Dodge Data & Analytics. The tri-county region was on track to outspend the previous year, and it did despite a very slow December. During the last month of the year, […]

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New US home sales fell significantly in December

Posted on 27 Jan 2017

Sales of newly-built U.S. homes fell sharply between November and December, hitting their lowest level in nearly a year. The purchases of new, single-family homes dropped 10.4 percent month-over-month to a seasonally adjusted annual rate of 536,000, the Wall Street Journal reported, citing Commerce Department data. That was the slowest monthly sales pace since February […]

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