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Fed, Highlighting Asset Bubble Dangers, Red Flags Rising Commercial Real Estate Prices

A first-ever, just released Federal Reserve financial stability report warns that soaring commercial real estate prices across the country could harm financial markets. CLICK ON THE HEADLINE FOR MORE

South Florida Developers Dish On How They’re Financing And Building Through The Late Stages Of The Cycle

Panelists included Jules Trump, Moishe Mana, Michael Stern, Louis Birdman and Kieran Bowers. CLICK ON THE HEADLINE FOR MORE

Year-End Tax CRE Planning And 2019 Outlook

Investors would be wise to review the sweeping federal tax policy signed into law last year with their tax and investment advisors as part of year-end tax planning and investing strategy for 2019. CLICK ON THE HEADLINE FOR MORE

Banks Get Company on the Commercial Real Estate Lending Front

Banks held 40 percent of the commercial real estate debt in 2017 nationally, but South Florida borrowers increasingly are turning to alternative lenders for more flexible terms. CLICK ON THE HEADLINE FOR MORE

Delray Beach Raises Building Height Limit To 4 Stories From 3 To Settle A Lawsuit

The spot zoning applies to 4 parcels whose owners sued the city, alleging violations of Bert Harris Act, a state law that protects the rights of private land owners. CLICK ON THE HEADLINE FOR MORE

Seven Ways Generation Z Will Change CRE

A potent force that makes up 25% of the population, the generation born between the mid-1990s to early 2010, will be influenced, marketed to, and sold to differently than past generations, including real estate, CLICK ON THE HEADLINE FOR MORE

CRE Investors React To Federal Rate Increases

How will the further gradual interest rate increases this year affect CRE investors? CLICK ON THE HEADLINE FOR MORE

Palm Beach County Trying To Spur Development Of Affordable Housing As Rents, Prices Rise

County commissioners are looking to make adjustments to the program requiring developers to set aside a certain percentage of new homes and apartments as price-capped “workforce housing”. CLICK ON THE HEADLINE FOR MORE

Developers Reimagine South Florida’s Money-Losing Golf Courses

With many Florida golf courses barely hanging on, entertainment-themed golf centers and residential communities are replacing the traditional greens and fairways. CLICK ON THE HEADLINE FOR MORE

Greater Fort Lauderdale Alliance Returns From Nashville With New Ideas For Job Creation

Following a similar trip to Austin, Texas last year to gain a better understanding of how cities are attracting companies and fostering economic growth, 80 members of the Fort Lauderdale business community just returned from Nashvile. CLICK ON THE HEADLINE FOR MORE

South Florida’s Boatmakers Hope To Ride Wave Of Prosperity

If economic indicators remain favorable to the recreational boating market with strong consumer confidence, a healthy housing market, rising disposable income and consumer spending, and low interest rates, the outlook is good for boat sales. CLICK ON THE HEADLINE FOR MORE

CRE Florida Partners Closes On Deerfield Beach Industrial Sale

Co-Founder and Senior Managing Partner Tom Robertson represented the leasing and sale interests for the industrial property at 3411 SW 11th Street since 2002, another example of how the firm handles long term relationships with clients, CLICK ON THE HEADLINE FOR MORE