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- Signs pointing to a slower market (Miami Herald)
The story of 801 Majorca Ave. is the story of South Florida's housing boom. 801 Majorca is a three-bedroom, Spanish-style home on a quiet street in Coral Gables. In 2002, it sold for $413,000. A year later, it sold for $505,000. And in November it went on the market, billed as a ''mini Vizcaya,'' for an asking price of $799,000.
- The Beacon Council and Enterprise Florida Will Host Spanish Real Estate, Development Executives (Business Wire via Yahoo! Finance)
MIAMI----Feb. 9, 2006--The Beacon Council, Miami-Dade County's official economic development partnership, and Enterprise Florida, Inc. will be hosting an inbound delegation of prominent Spanish real estate and development executives for a two-day showcase of Miami-Dade County.
- Real Estate People & Places: 2/11/06 (Pittsburgh Post-Gazette)
Coldwell Banker Real Estate has hired four new agents.
- Beacon Council plans events for Spanish real estate execs (BizJournals)
The Beacon Council and Enterprise Florida said they will host a delegation of Spanish real estate and development executives for a two-day showcase of Miami-Dade County.
- Once-torrid Treasure Coast housing market cools (The Palm Beach Post)
Jerry Mabus knows the ugliness of a housing bust in this suburban city ? he was a real estate broker here during a homeowner exodus in the late 1980s ? but today's market doesn't shake him.
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