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Positive Report for South Florida Commercial Real Estate

TREPP Analytics recently provided the U.S. commercial real estate industry some positive news – both the CMBS delinquency rate and seriously delinquent loans are down. The delinquency rate as of June 2014 is 6.05% (compared to 8.65% a year ago), with seriously delinquent down to 5.92% from 8.37% last year.  This decrease is seen across… Continue Reading

Increased Density Mixed-Use Development the Future of Wynwood

Miami’s Planning, Zoning and Appeals Board has approved a change in the city zoning ordinances that would allow the densest mixed-use building in the area to be constructed. The application still requires approval before the City Commission. The Board voted 7-1 in favor of developer Wynwood 250‘s request for a zoning change, giving it the ability… Continue Reading

Top 5 Issues in Commercial Real Estate Market in 2014

Renowned economist Hugh F. Kelly, Ph.D., CRE, who is also the national chair of The Counselors of Real Estate, led a discussion at a CREW-Miami luncheon about the top five issues affecting the commercial real estate market in 2014 and gave his annual economic predictions. Issue #5 – Infrastructure:  South Florida has a very poor infrastructure… Continue Reading

New Miami in the News: Weekly Recap

This week, David Beckham, Art Basel, MIA and a Global Diversity Summit all made headlines. David Beckham chooses Miami to build his soccer empire According to reports, the international soccer icon’s MLS franchise team will be located in Miami. As passenger numbers rise, Miami International Airport adds more venues, flights MIA continues to expand with… Continue Reading

Miami’s Commercial Real Estate Women Are Driving the Deals

Margaret Nee serves as the 2013 CREW-Miami President and is Vice President of Development at Pointe Group Advisors based in Coconut Grove, Florida. While many studies continue to indicate that parity gaps still exist between men and women in the commercial real estate industry – primarily in terms of salaries and the levels of positions… Continue Reading

2013 CREW-Miami President Margaret Nee Featured in GlobeSt.com

Margaret Nee, 2013 CREW-Miami President and Vice President of Development at Pointe Group Advisors, was recently featured in GlobeSt.com’s “Women in CRE Wednesdays” Q&A series. As a past president of CREW-Miami and Co-Chair of the 2014 CREW Network National Convention, I was pleased to read about Margaret’s goals for CREW-Miami this year, the 2014 National… Continue Reading

CREW-Miami Helps Women Make Strides in Commercial Real Estate Sector

A recent article in the Daily Business Review by CREW-Miami (Commercial Real Estate Women) president Maria Juncadella highlights the strides that women have made in the commercial real estate industry, a sector that was traditionally dominated by men. For instance, Maria points out that women are entering commercial real estate at a faster pace than they were five years ago… Continue Reading