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- 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.
- Price for existing homes drops 10 percent in Lee (Bonita Daily News)
If the Lee County real estate bubble has sprung a leak, this might be remembered as one of the first signs.
- Louisville title companyexpands to Florida, Tennessee (BizJournals)
Heritage Title Services LLC has expanded its presence in the South with the recent openings of new offices in Tennessee and Florida.
- South Florida a legal hub, too (Sun-Sentinel)
The uncle bringing the lawsuit lives in Canada. The nephews being sued live in Guatemala. The case is being handled in Miami.
- Relocation, Relocation, Relocation (Sun-Sentinel)
Prepared for yet another move, this time back to South Florida, it was getting tough to think outside the boxes.
- Real estate, commercial growth mark year (The News-Press)
As Lehigh continues to grow, so does the business community.
- Monmouth Real Estate Investment Corporation Announces New Acquisition (PR Newswire via Yahoo! Finance)
On December 29, 2005, Monmouth Real Estate Investment Corporation announced the acquisition of a 95,662-square-foot industrial building at 5101 West Waters Avenue, Hillsborough County, Tampa, Florida, for a purchase price of approximately $7,675,000.
- 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
- 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.
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