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- Marine industry buoys South Florida (Miami Herald)
Think boating is all fun and games? Then consider these numbers: The marine industry generated $2.7 billion in sales and produced more than 160,000 jobs last year in Broward, Miami-Dade and Palm Beach, making it one of the region's biggest business sectors.
- Marina space harder to find (Lexington Herald-Leader)
For eight years, Rob Quinlivan has lived in his version of paradise: a 40-foot power boat docked in a public marina. It's a life that's given him adventure, freedom and a way to experience the best of South Florida without the soaring prices of its red-hot real estate market.
- Marine Industry Buoys South Florida: Marine Industry Buoys South Florida, but Challenges Loom on Horizon (RedNova)
By Amy Martinez, The Miami Herald Feb.
- Gaedeke Group sells office buildings (South Florida Business Journal)
A Dallas-based real estate company said it has sold two South Florida office buildings - one in Boca Raton and the other in Fort Lauderdale.
- Sales were hot in '05 despite cooling real estate markets (Orlando Sentinel)
The Pocklington, Pocklington and Forster Retail Investment Group of Advantis Real Estate Services Co. recently topped the $100 million sales mark. The Orlando-based group represents sellers in retail transactions throughout the Southeast, but focuses mainly on Central and North Florida.
- REAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS (Bradenton Herald)
Real estate transactions recorded at the Manatee County Courthouse:
- Sellers be patient; buyer's market returns (Sun-Sentinel)
If you think you're seeing a lot more "Open House" signs springing up on street corners these days, you're not mistaken. The open house, which seemed so unnecessary in South Florida just a few months ago, is making a comeback.
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