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- EDITOR'S NOTE: It's time to have some fun and get energized for 2006 (Miami Herald)
It's something of a Business Monday tradition to publish a Year in Review highlighting the year's biggest stories. In 2003, corporate scandals were the hot news. In 2004, hurricanes. In 2005? Uh, hurricanes and, oh yeah, the real estate market.
- Real estate, commercial growth mark year (The News-Press)
As Lehigh continues to grow, so does the business community.
- No Bubble Talk at Haute Living's NYC Real Estate Round Table (PR Web)
Haute Living Magazine?s ?Roundtable Discussion and Real Estate Market Outlook for 2006,? sponsored by Blue Star Jets and Dom Perignon, was a smashing success. Held on December 15, it was the city?s premier roundtable event, featuring the most powerful panel to date. New York?s most prominent real estate principals in the multi-million dollar commercial and residential market offered attendees
- 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
- S. Florida real estate 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.
- The new bank on the block (Sun-Sentinel)
South Florida's banking market will get a little more heated come Jan. 15, when Commerce Bank officially hangs its name and big red letter C on seven former Palm Beach County Bank branches.
- Is Tiger moving to South Florida? (Orlando Sentinel)
The Orlando resident reportedly is buying a pricey waterfront home in Hobe Sound. After a decade in Orlando, Tiger Woods may be headed to greener pastures. Or more watery ones, anyway.
- Florida Atlantic's film think tank evolving after criticism (Daytona Beach News-Journal)
BOCA RATON -- When the head of Florida Atlantic University's movie-business think tank describes its work, he says it's trying to crystallize, even create, "a new, evolving discipline of motion picture industry studies."
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