Content Divider

Real Estate Blog

The Miami Land Rush

At the peak of the real-estate boom, an Italian developer, Ugo Colombo purchased an empty patch of land facing the Miami River and Biscayne Bay at a deal that valued the site at approximately $25 million. Now that same piece has been sold to an Argentine grocery-store entrepreneur for $125 million.... more

Creedence Condo-Hotel Revival

During the 2008 real estate disaster, what seems like a now age-old concept is now seeing a revival take place. It’s this idea of a condominium-hotel project that’s now being brought back nationwide by developers.  In large cities such as Miami, New York and Los Angeles, a rising hospitality sector is... more

Environmentally Sustainable Building Coming to Wynwood

Wynwood has always been known for its artistic flair and architectural feats. This time around, a new building is coming that’s causing quite the hype for its environmental sustainability. This new building is coming to fruition thanks to environmental pioneers Nando and Blair Jaramillo along with their two adorable toddlers,... more

Building giant makes a move

One of the country’s biggest home builders, Lennar Corp., is planning a groundbreaking move to build homes earmarked for renters if first-time home buyers continue to be unwilling, said Stuart Miller, the builder’s chief executive at a quarterly conference call. Miller doesn’t expect mortgage qualification standards to ease up anytime in... more

Retirement moves are back

A retired mailman from Orlando named Steven Ramos, estimated that his total living costs would fall 80 percent when he moved from New York to a rental community. This is just one of many examples of how retirement moves are making a comeback. "The increases are insane," Ramos said. "In the... more

First time buyers can save their loans

The Federal Housing Administration (FHA) will put an end to its public comment period in mid-August on a new program that will give the opportunity for first time home buyers to get a nice discount on their mortgages if they enroll in housing counseling classes. The program is called Homeowners Armed... more

Florida ushers in zombie foreclosures

According to RealtyTrac, Florida is the hub of one-third of U.S. zombie foreclosures. Zombie foreclosures is a real estate term for properties that are in the foreclosure process in which the owner has moved out but the bank has not yet taken back. Also in the top five percent include... more

Fannie Mae Makes Short Sales Easier

Fannie May has upgraded the convenient website, HomePath. This tool is used by real estate agents doing business dealings with the federally owned mortgage buyer as a means of making it easier for agents to work one on one with Fannie Mae with regard to simplifying the short sale process. With... more

Flipping in South Florida

Flipping is a term used primarily in the United States to describe purchasing a revenue-generating asset and quickly reselling (or "flipping") it for profit. Though flipping can apply to any asset, the term is most often applied to real estate and initial public offerings (IPOs). This method is still a... more

Developers Re-examine Properties for Senior Citizens

An almost forgotten demographic is finally getting the necessary attention it deserves. People over 55 make up a very demanding market of people on the cusp of retirement, looking for a long term resting place. Developers are trying to come up with creative ways of drawing in this large demographic... more

Real Estate For Sale



  • Lydia Eskenazi PA

    Director of Real Estate Sales
    Harding Realty, Inc.


    +1 (305) 785-0440 Direct
    (305) 682-9051 Fax


    9588 Harding Avenue
    Surfside, FL 33154

Real Estate For Sale
Real Estate For SaleMore Info
Terms / Privacy / Accessibility ADA