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- Florida gets hit by another brutal hurricane season in 2005 (Houma, Louisiana Newspaper - The Courier)
MIAMI - After Hurricane Katrina killed more than 1,300 people on the Gulf Coast, emergency managers and forecasters thought storm-prone Florida residents would be more prepared and pay better attention to warnings and evacuation orders.
- From the battlefield to the boardroom (Miami Herald)
December marks an important one-year anniversary for Victor Olshansky, an assistant director at the South Florida office of Studley, a national real estate firm.
- S. Florida home costs roar back (Miami Herald)
South Florida home prices jumped sharply in November, appearing to quell speculation the red-hot housing market is cooling off. The median price of an existing single-family home climbed 6 percent from October to November to $391,100 in Broward and 4 percent to $381,600 in Miami-Dade, according to the Florida Association of Realtors.
- Local experts share their views on 2006 (Sun-Sentinel)
Every year at this time, the South Florida Sun-Sentinel polls real estate industry professionals who are experts in different segments of the South Florida real estate market. We ask them to predict what the market will do in the coming year.
- Business Monday's Biz Quiz (Miami Herald)
You could measure much of 2005's business news using two figures: interest rates and barometric pressure. Cheap mortgages kept real estate prices soaring, though rates aren't as cheap as they used to be and that's slowed sales. And 2005's nightmare of a hurricane season has insurance premiums heading skyward and tourism boosters nervous. Along the way, some other numbers made headlines, including
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