TRD’s South Florida Market Report coming in October

Biannual magazine provides in-depth coverage of dynamic Miami real estate market

TRD New York /
Sep.September 23, 2015 12:30 PM

The Real Deal’s South Florida Market Report covers the real estate industry in Miami and points south, with in-depth reporting on both the residential and the commercial sectors of the market.

Published twice yearly, the upcoming October issue proves once again how vibrant the South Florida real estate scene is. Coverage includes a look at the hotel boom in the Keys; a comprehensive list of condo projects in Miami-Dade, Broward and Palm Beach counties; a ranking of the top brokers in South Florida; and a rundown on the neighborhoods with active commercial development.

The October report will be distributed at TRD’s South Florida Real Estate Showcase and Forum, mailed to 15,000 South Florida real estate offices and polybagged with The Real Deal’s November 2015 issue, distributed in New York.

For information on advertising in the market report or participating in the South Florida showcase, please contact Ross Fox at [email protected].

For editorial inquiries, email Heather Grossmann at [email protected].


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