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MIAMI—When it comes to multifamily, times are changing once again. We’ve been talking to Calum Weaver of CBRE’s Multi-Housing Private Capital Group, about why multifamily keeps growing and whether or not the multifamily supply can keep up with demand.

In part three of this exclusive series, we’re focusing on the buy, sell hold question, as well as how private capital investor profiles are changing. So read on for some sound advice from a South Florida multifamily market veteran whose team recently listed 113 units at Bermuda Cay in Boynton Beach, one of the last fractured condo deals in South Florida.

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