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Monthly Archives: November 2017

Facebook Emerges in the Real Estate Game

Thu Nov 30, 2017 by on Florida Real Estate

What Will Facebook’s Real Estate Marketplace Mean for Realtors and Agencies? The social media empire with billions of followers is expanding. Though Facebook is known for connecting family and friends, the tech giant is broadening its horizons into the field of real estate. Renters, owners, and landlords will now be able to connect in a much simpler way through the […]

Oppenheim Law Announces Launch of New Website

Mon Nov 20, 2017 by on Press Releases

South Florida law firm, Oppenheim Law announces the launch of their new, comprehensive, mobile-friendly website. FORT LAUDERDALE, FL (PRWEB) NOVEMBER 20, 2017 Oppenheim Law, a leading boutique Florida law firm located in Weston, Florida and serving South Florida since 1989, has launched a newly revamped website, https://www.Oppenheimlaw.com. The new website went live in October, and is more modern, comprehensive, and mobile-friendly. At […]

Why the House’s Proposed Tax Plan Could Set Off the Next Real Estate Recession in Florida

What Impact Will the House Tax Plan Have on Florida? The new administration’s tax proposal may lead to serious repercussions in the Florida real estate market as the proposed tax bill would reduce or eliminate nearly all of the tax incentives of homeownership.  As a result, if carried out, the plan will likely open the doors to a new recession, […]

How Is Florida Surviving the Zombie Foreclosure Apocalypse?

Zombies Are Among Us. Although Florida is currently in third place for the most “zombie” foreclosures in the nation, certain counties among the state appear to be recovering from the “deadly” wave. Others? Not so much. Zombie foreclosures encompass homes that have not yet been seized by the banks, or lenders, despite having been abandoned by their owners.  Such distressed […]

Amazon’s Search for a “Prime” Location

  Amazon’s Search for A New Headquarters: the Search for a “Prime” Location and the Effects on Real Estate Cities across North America, including several South Florida cities, are engaged in what seems to be a reality show-like competition to be Amazon’s chosen city for its new $5 billion headquarters. From the installation of massive Amazon delivery boxes around the […]

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