He will oversee the operations of the company’s Miami office and drive its growth strategy for all Advisory Services lines of business, including Advisory & Transaction Services, Investment Sales, Debt & Structured Finance, Property Management, Valuation & Advisory Services and...Read the whole entry... »
The duo work together as an investment sales team specializing in net leased assets throughout the U.S. with a unique focus on several tenant classification that fell under the essential business category during the Covid -19 Pandemic including pharmacies, service stations, fast food...Read the whole entry... »
The new venture will aim to assist multi-family and hospitality investors and related businesses thrive in the face of the challenges and opportunities related to COVID-19. CLICK ON THE HEADLINE FOR MORE
The Florida Supreme Court ruled that a proposed constitutional amendment seeking to ban possession of assault-style weapons does not meet requirements to go before voters. The Ban Assault Weapons NOW group began the initiative after 17 people were killed in the 2018 mass shooting at Parkland’s Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School.
Calling the case “much-to-do about nothing,” a lawyer for Miami-Dade County Mayor Carlos Gimenez is asking a circuit judge to dismiss a lawsuit that contends Gimenez should be disqualified from running for a congressional seat this year.
Cristobal is forecast to reach the U.S. Gulf Coast by Sunday. The National Hurricane Center said the U.S. Gulf Coast, including Florida, should monitor Cristobal's movement. Here is the latest storm track, including the so-called spaghetti models.
Political, civic and religious leaders in South Florida – young and old, black and white, Christian, Jewish and Muslim – are talking about how to change police behavior toward black citizens and how to tear down systemic racism in America.
A deputies union locked in a public battle against Broward Sheriff Gregory Tony has sent a letter asking Gov. Ron DeSantis to suspend the lawman from his post. But the governor's office says it's up to the voters to make that decision.