MIAMI—“Landlords are continuing to invest in their assets, demonstrating a commitment to the overall improvement and life of the Orlando office market.”
MIAMI—“It is an extremely well located property and the seller, who acquired it from a lender in 2013, was able to increase occupancy with several very successful tenants catering to the immediate community.”
MIAMI—South Florida developers are watching and waiting—and one attorney is offering a bold prediction.
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MIAMI—Here’s a look at the trends, announcements and deals you may have missed this week in Florida.
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SAN DIEGO—GlobeSt.com caught up with MBA’s CREF/Multifamily Housing Convention and Expo 2017 attendee Ed Hussey, head of multifamily production at Pillar about his thoughts on the market.
IRVINE, CA—Impact fees can run developers upwards of $50,000 per lot in California, a fact that many home buyers don’t know, Developers Research principal Scot Oldham tells GlobeSt.com after he and his wife purchased the company.