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Developers Release New Renders of Aston Martin Residences and Estates at Acqualina

February 22, 2018

A handful of luxury residential new construction developers have just released new renderings of some condo projects coming to South Florida. G&G Business Developments and Aston Martin have unveiled new renderings of the Aston Martin Residences tower in Miami. Uptown Biscayne developers, CK Prive Group, have released new renders of the five acre mixed-use project in North Miami Beach. The Trump Group just released renderings of Estates at Acqualina’s Casa D’Oro, a single-family home being built on the site. Kolter Group just released renderings of its third tower at Water Club North, the Encore Tower in West Palm Beach.

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Canadian Buyers Show Increased Activity in South Florida Residential Real Estate

February 19, 2018

According to the National Realtors Association of Realtors, Canadians made up 9 percent of foreign buyers of South Florida residential properties last year. That number is up from 6 percent in purchased in 2016. Canadians also bought $19 billion of residential property in the United States last year, more than double their $8.9 million of purchases in 2016.

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The Miami International Boat Sails Back into South Florida

February 15, 2018

Today (February 15th) marks the beginning of the Miami International Boat Show. This 5 day event, located at the Miami Marine Stadium, takes place from February 15th to the 19th from 10am to 6pm. The event is expected to draw more than 100,000 boating and marine enthusiasts from 35 different countries to the area. According to the official website, the attraction will span more than 1 million square feet, offering attendees the opportunity to view and purchase the newest and trendiest items in the boating industry.

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AirBnB Reports $45.7 Million in Tax Revenue Collected in Florida

February 13, 2018

AirBnB recently announced its hosts are contributing to local and state government coffers with a new and lucrative cash stream. The company released a press release noting that AirBnB collected $45.7 million in tax revenues in 2017. Those taxes were remitted to the Florida Department of Revenue and to the 39 counties that have signed agreements with the company. Of that lump sum, Miami-Dade and Broward counties accounted for 40 percent of the total at $18.3 million. The 2017 tax revenue collection is more than double the numbers recorded in 2016.

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Ultra Wealthy Foreign Buyers Looking to Scoop Up Luxury Real Estate in South Florida

February 8, 2018

According to a report from Beauchamp Estates in association with Leslie J. Garfield & Co., ultra-wealthy international buyers are looking to buy luxury real estate in the United States; particularly in South Florida, New York and Los Angeles. According to the managing director at Beauchamp Estates, Gary Hersham, "Miami is a leading hub for overseas buyers investing in U.S. luxury real estate." Miami is a very popular destination for wealthy buyers from South America (Columbia, Brazil, Argentina), Great Britian and the Philippines.

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Closing Real Estate Deals with Bitcoin

February 5, 2018

Recently, we've begun to see cryptocurrencies such as Bitcoin shake up the real estate market. There have been a number of news stories featuring luxury property owners requesting Bitcoin as the preferred method of purchase. Real estate agents and sellers are also hoping to lure the newly wealthy cryptocurrency investors by touting their Bitcoin-friendly listings. That being said, there are still reservations when it comes to Bitcoin. There are concerns over the currencies' extreme volatility and lack of transparency. Like it or not, cryptocurrencies look like they are here to stay in one form or another, and it is important to have an understanding of how they can be used.

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Home Prices in South Florida Rose 9 Percent in the Fourth Quarter of 2017

February 1, 2018

According to a newly published report from Attom Data Solutions, home prices in the South Florida area are on the rise. The report, which tracks prices in 112 U.S. metro areas, found that median home prices in Miami, Fort Lauderdale and West Palm Beach went up by 8.9 percent year-over-year in the fourth quarter of 2017.

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New Construction Towers Auberge Beach, Gran Paraiso, Bristol and More are Topped Off

January 29, 2018

A handful of luxury high-rise residential condominium towers In South Florida have been topped off. The south tower at Auberge Beach Residences and Spa topped off at 70 percent sold. The north tower at Auberge Beach topped off a few months ago and is over 90 percent sold. Miami Worldcenter developers just topped off the first building of their massive $2 billion project. The Bristol in West Palm Beach topped off at 25 stories. Gran Paraiso at the Related Group’s Paraiso complex in Edgewater is topping off next week, according to a spokesperson.

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