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#NAHBhome Miami once again is the important center point of the 2016 Presidential campaign. Tempers and blood pressure rise as we cover building industry news and politics and that’s a good thing for democracy. We were Invited by the National Association of Home Builders to cover their Board of Directors conference with presidential candidate Donald Trump, we had a front seat opportunity to hear the problems of the industry and the possible solutions. Even our new friends from England are very passionate about US politics. Call us 305-281-9700
On the audience’s mind: Should Miami court Chinese capital and, if so, how should it be done? Is real estate the main interest of Chinese investors? Is Miami ready for the arrival of Asian capital?
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As one of the knowledgeable panelists explained it, the luncheon’s title, “The Chinese Are Here,” may be overly enthusiastic, yet accurate to a certain extent. While it is true that Chinese companies have been making inroads into Miami’s real estate market —as is the case with Swire Properties, which has had a presence in the area since the 1970s and is now developing its colossal Brickell City Centre—, by no means has South Florida seen a massive influx of Asian investment. . . yet.
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