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- Letters to the Editor (Miami Herald)
UM Executive MBA provides valuable local contacts I enjoyed the extensive story on Northwestern's Kellogg School of Management (Business Monday, Oct. 24 by Anjali Athavaley). Kellogg's selection of South Florida further confirms Miami as a global crossroads. However, it cannot offer the same local networking and employment opportunities as the University of Miami. The contacts made and
- Michael Y. Cannon Real Estate (Miami Herald)
Seller: Herbonics, represented by Timothy Heydon, president. Buyer: Martina M. Borek, as trustee of the Martina M. Borek Trust. First Location: 20025 SW 270 St.
- Survey: Floridians shy away from using real estate attorneys (Business Journal of Tampa Bay)
Even though Florida ranks second in the United States in instances of mortgage fraud per capita, 62 percent of Floridians say they still don't consult a real estate attorney when buying, selling or renting their home.
- New selling point: Buyers seek S. Florida homes that stand up to hurricanes (Sun-Sentinel)
Joe Milliron figures he better get used to these hurricanes.
- Hurricanes threaten to create new generation of homeless in Florida (Kansas City Star)
MIAMI - The catastrophic collection of hurricanes that bullied the South over the last two seasons and rang up nearly $28 billion in damage threatens to create a new class of homeless - a diaspora of already-struggling people who were displaced by the storm, then displaced in the effort to rebuild.
- Floridians Underutilize Real Estate Attorneys (Business Wire via Yahoo! Finance)
ORLANDO, Fla.----Nov. 15, 2005--Despite Florida ranking second in the United States in instances of mortgage fraud per capita, sixty-two percent of Floridians say that they did not consult a real estate attorney when buying, selling or renting their home, according to a survey commissioned by Florida-based Attorneys' Title Insurance Fund's Consumer Education Campaign.
- Lowe's venturing into urban infill territory (BizJournals)
Lowe's Cos. is preparing to roll out a new urban store format that could soon arrive in South Florida.
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