DIY Home Security Solutions Market Detail Analysis focusing on Application, Types and Regional Outlook

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Nov 23, 2020 (Market Insight Reports) —
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Miami’s biggest condo developer is focusing on apartment rentals now. Here’s why

The pivot quietly began five years ago.


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Back then, construction cranes dotted the downtown Miami skyline like the towering alien invaders in Steven Spielberg’s “The War of the Worlds.” The real estate industry had recovered from the 2009 recession and was bouncing back hard. Thousands of condos — many of them priced way beyond the reach of local residents — were being delivered or built, completing Brickell’s transformation from office district to dense residential neighborhood.

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But Steve Patterson, president and CEO of Related Development, the multifamily rental arm of the Related Group, saw a different picture altogether and started buying up land outside of Miami-Dade.

“I was hired by Jorge Pérez [chairman and CEO of the Related Group] right at the trough of the recession to reactivate the company’s market-rate rental division,” he said. “We like to put the pedal to the

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Why This Investor Is Focusing on ‘Broken Condo Units’

Granite Realty Partners has completed fundraising for an investment vehicle that will de-covert condominiums. The company’s strategy is to purchase what it calls “broken condo units,” and convert the property from condominium complex into an apartment building.

Granite has already been busy purchasing qualifying condo units. The company currently owns 1,500 units in Illinois and Florida, and it has already completed the condo de-conversion business plan in four properties. Plus, Granite has a current pipeline of four projects totaling more than 1,200 units. These properties are well located but have not been successful as condo projects due to timing or home buying market conditions.

There has been past investor interest in what has been called fractured condo properties. Following the Financial Crisis in 2008, many condo projects were forced into apartment structures when the units didn’t sell. In some cases, a portion of the units had sold, while others were

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South Florida real estate market shifts from focusing on condos to single family homes

Not long ago, condos were the hot item in the South Florida housing market.

These days the bidding wars are being waged elsewhere.

“You live in a high rise because you like the area, and when the area businesses are shut down, there’s not much to do,” said Oscar Soberon.

A surge in people re-evaluating the urban lifestyle months after COVID-19 changed the landscape.

Soberon just moved to South Florida from Downtown Dallas, where he realized he was spending over $1,000 a month on condo fees for amenities he couldn’t use.

“I’ve heard there are a lot of people doing what I’m doing; migrating from north or bigger cities,” he said.

Tori Simkovic is looking to relocate from the happening Edgewater neighborhood to Southwest Miami-Dade but is finding she’s not alone.

“We picked our condo because it was close to Wynwood, and so we wanted to be near the bars

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