Miami's Condo Market Resurgence Prompts Debate
Is the area's second condo boom just pausing, or bracing itself for another storm?
Related Group’s Carlos Rosso uses past experiences to move forward. BUILDER...
Return of the Bubble Markets: Supply Heats Up in Florida
Development is starting to pick up in those markets that fell the hardest, such as the southern region of the Sunshine State.
Apartment Distress Falling Farther, 2 Reports Show
A couple of years ago, distress was the buzzword in the apartment industry. Now, as the recovery strengthens, distress is falling even farther.
In the past few years, much ink has been spilled about the homeownership rate....
Hurricane Season Could Bring More Than Just Property Damage
The 2009 hurricane season could have a devastating impact on abandoned and foreclosed property in South Florida.
Going, Going, Gone
A step-by-step look at how to use auctions to clear out excess inventory.
The Ultimate Hybrid: Condo-Hotels Come Back
There's certainly no lack of condo-hotels to keep an eye on. More than 200 such projects are in development across the United States, according to the Scottsdale, Ariz.-based National Association of Condo Hotel Owners.
Executive Feedback: January
Q&A with Tal A. Savariego, Tom Bozzuto, Jack McCabe, and Cyndy Salgado
After five years of condo craziness, reality has returned to South Florida. Just...