TRD’s new South Florida Market Report coming in November

Magazine supplement to be available early at SoFla showcase

TRD NEW YORK /
Sep.September 30, 2015 12:40 PM
 

The Real Deal is gearing up to deliver the November 2015 issue of the South Florida Market Report.

A roundup of real estate news from the Sunshine State, the report will include rankings of the top brokers in South Florida; an in-depth analysis of Miami-Dade CRE; spec homes versus Miami Beach’s historic homes; the office condo craze and much more.

The issue will be distributed at The Real Deal’s South Florida Real Estate Showcase and Forum, taking place on Oct. 15 at the Moore Building in Miami. The report will also be distributed with TRD’s November issue, and 15,000 bonus issues will be mailed to South Florida real estate offices.

For advertisers, the report is a cost-effective opportunity to reach both New York and South Florida real estate power brokers in one shot. But space is limited, so reserve now by contacting Ross Fox at [email protected].

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


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