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June 5, 2018

ISG Miami Report 2018 analisa o mercado imobiliário no sul da Flórida

Analisando o mercado imobiliário do sul da Flórida há mais de 25 anos, a ISG testemunhou o florescimento de Miami, antes visto apenas como um destino de férias e que passou a ser uma das áreas de maior expansão comercial e imobiliária do mundo, colocando a sede do condado de Miami-Dade como uma das maiores cidades emergentes em nível global. 

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May 30, 2018

Report: New Construction Condos In Miami 83% Sold

The vast majority of condos in Miami’s new and proposed condo buildings have been pre-sold, in a report from ISG World. Most new condos sold out: 83% of the 20,008 new condo units east of I-95 that are proposed, under construction, or delivered have been pre-sold

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May 25, 2018

Shelved condo projects shrink pipeline of new construction in Miami, Fort Lauderdale: report

About 83 percent or 16,714 of the roughly 20,000 units in the pipeline were presold as of April, according to the ISG Miami Report. While the percentage is up from the 80 percent that ISG reported last May, the total pipeline shrunk by about 3,200 units.

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May 25, 2018

Reach & Rise, Residences at Brickell City Centre &
ISG World Hosts The 2018 Miami Report

ISG World and Reach & Rise, Residences at Brickell City Centre presented the 2018 Miami Report and introduced the new Brickell City Centre residential sales team to over 700 real estate professionals from across South Florida.

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May 24, 2018

Despite underwhelming sales, South Florida's new condo inventory is shrinking

Even after two years of slow new condo sales in eastern Miami-Dade County and Fort Lauderdale, the market is approaching a shortage of new inventory because there’s been little new construction, according to ISG World.

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April 28, 2018

Fort Lauderdale Is Booming: Here's Why

"Fort Lauderdale has always been compared to Miami Beach, but now its value in terms of price per square foot is at an all-time high," Craig Studnicky said. "From 1990 to 2010, the annual difference in price per square footage between these two destinations was roughly 25%. In May 2016, this difference jumped to 261% due to the slew of new inventory. This means that a buyer can get the same ocean views, amenities, finishes and services in Fort Lauderdale but at almost half the price."

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MARCH 20, 2018

Plotting the future of Miami’s skyline

In one example, Carlos Ott — a Uruguayan architect who worked on Echo Brickell, Jade Beach and Jade Ocean — has been hired along with Miami-based Sieger Suarez Architects to design a luxury condo tower...

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JANUARY 05, 2018

Invest Now in the South Florida Property Market, Experts Say

Steep price incentives, a lack of new construction and a favorable tax environment all benefit Miami and Fort Lauderdale buyers

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SEPTEMBER 29, 2017

Fort Lauderdale condo inventory sales up, ISG Report

Of 1,410 units in Fort Lauderdale, nearly 800 or 57% are sold and 611 on the market...

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APRIL 30, 2017

Look Who's Buying Up Miami Real Estate Now

The "lifestyle", that's what the big luxury developers call it. They're no longer in the property building business, they're in the lifestyle building business.

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APRIL 19, 2017

Luxury living makes its way outside Miami to Fort Lauderdale with 9 new developments

In the market for a new home in South Florida? Don’t forget to turn your eyes north. Fort Lauderdale is no longer just a spring break destination; it has evolved into a world-class city with superb dining, shopping, performing arts, and luxury homes. But there’s one more factor that may pique the interest of luxury condo buyers.

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NOVEMBER 03, 2016

Craig Studnicky points out soft spots in Miami's luxury market: Video

Studnicky stopped to catch up with The Real Deal South Florida’s Managing Editor Ina Cordle to break down his perspective on why Miami is in good shape to weather a contracting luxury market.

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