Coming shortly: TRD South Florida’s top commercial brokers ranking

The issue also features a deep dive into the Wynwood office market, how brokers feel about NAR's pocket listings rules and more!

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Feb.February 11, 2020 06:00 PM
 
Spring is rapidly approaching which can mean only one thing for The Real Deal readers in South Florida: our quarterly Spring edition, featuring highly-anticipated 2020 ranking of the top commercial brokers, is coming soon.
 
 
Other stories planned for the issue include:
     
    • Luxury in the Keys: how high-end home sales are faring on the islands
    • Inside Wynwood’s growing office market
    • Residential brokers sound off on NAR’s tightened pocket listings rules
    • The landlord’s guide to reimagining big-box retail spaces
 
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