TRD South Florida’s winter issue is coming soon!

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Nov.November 20, 2018 03:00 PM

TRD South Florida’s Winter issue drops in December.

The Real Deal South Florida’s winter 2018 issue is almost here, and it’s jam-packed with juicy stories and rankings.

On December 14th, digital subscribers will get first dibs on reading the magazine, including our examination of the future of the white-hot multifamily market and an in-depth look at the struggle to stay independent in a residential brokerage scene dominated by ever-growing local and national heavyweights.
The issue also features a ranking of the top coworking firms in Miami-Dade, an architectural and design survey of some of the most prominent projects of the cycle, an analysis of the residential brokerages that have seen the most turnover and plenty more.

Check out our Fall issue online.

Ad space is selling out and fast! Please reserve your spot by Monday, December 10 by contacting us at [email protected] or calling 786-334-5052. 

Not a subscriber? Don’t miss out — subscribe now for early access to the magazine.

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