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Help Me YPN (MIAMI REALTORS® YPN Leadership board) and Between Two Chairs – Demystifying Commercial Real Estate (Led by MIAMI REALTORS® Leaders Fernando Arencibia Jr. and Jennifer Wollmann) podcasts ranked No. 3 and No. 4 Miami Real Estate podcasts, respectively, via FeedSpot


South Florida Price Discounts are Shrinking as Buyers Compete for Dwindling Inventory via MIAMI REALTORS® Chief Economist


In 2022, the number of new members in NAR continued to increase. Find out more in the 2023 Member Profile:


Fort Lauderdale ranked No. 5 least expensive place in the U.S. to buy almond milk via the Council for Community and Economic Research


According to the University of Florida’s Bureau of Economics and Business Research, Palm Beach County’s population is expected to increase 17% by 2045 in a “medium” growth scenario. That’s an increase of 258,750 people. The “high” growth scenario shows a 37% population gain by 2045, or an increase of 569,650.

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The Numbers Behind South Florida’s Multifamily Boom via @commobserver

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