Experts on why they think Broward’s real estate market is the place to be: VIDEO

Panelists offered their views on Broward's hottest neighborhoods

TRD MIAMI /
May.May 04, 2016 12:45 PM

Newgard Development Group, Metro 1 and the Related Group are all names heavily affiliated with some of Miami’s hottest neighborhoods. But the trio have something else in common: they all have a soft spot for Broward County and are spearheading a new wave of development and investment there.

Harvey Hernandez of Newgard, Jaime Sturgis of Metro 1, Patrick Campbell of Related and their colleague Jean Francois Roy of Ocean Land Investments all weighed in on why Broward County is a hot market to be in right now during The Real Deal’s Broward Real Estate Showcase & Forum last month.

The panelists gave updates on their biggest projects in the county and offered their opinions on the Broward real estate market, on where the best neighborhoods are and why places like Fort Lauderdale and Flagler Village are giving Miami a run for its money.

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