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South Florida Brokerages Go Virtual During Coronavirus Pandemic

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“Send me the Zoom meeting invite.” “Let’s talk over Slack.” “Can we do the property tour over FaceTime?”

Brokerages in South Florida are starting to close their brick-and-mortar locations temporarily due to the coronavirus pandemic, with reopening dates to be determined. And if they’re not closed yet, agents and employees are encouraged to work from home to reduce the spread of the virus.

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Keep On Trucking: Little Dimming Outlook For The Industrial Sector According To Latest NREI Study

Neither ongoing international trade disputes, nor the warning signs of a potential recession, nor the uncertainty that’s emanating from a particularly fraught U.S. presidential election year are enough to dim the enthusiasm for the industrial real estate sector, according to the findings in NREI’s sixth annual study.

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Where Is Miami’s Industrial Market Going? Codina Partners Clues Us In

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Thirty years ago, Armando Codina launched his first industrial real estate project in Miami.

Now, his daughter, Ana-Marie Codina Barlick, is leading the family-owned firm back into the warehouse industry with one of South Florida’s largest projects.

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