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DANIEL DUBIN

With one decade of experience in the Miami Real estate market, Daniel Dubin became the top producer agent in Pre-Construction properties, He is conducting his business with ethic and respect, and this is why he gets a friend with each real estate transaction.
The key in this business is simple Never sell a property to someone which I wouldn't buy for myself and that is my Philosophy

My clients mostly are investors, of course the main goal of any investor is to make money, however there is not just one way to do that in Real Estate , so the most important is to create a profile of each client taking in consideration his criteria and expectations, as I mention before there is more than one way to make money in Real Estate but my job is to advice you accordingly your investment capital and expectations so you can achieve your goals in real time, then and then only I will do a good job

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    by TRD Staff on November 22, 2020

    Over the last three decades, Black homeowners were twice as likely as white homeowners to lose their properties and return to renting. That’s according to a recent study that found 1 in 10 Black homeowners returned to renting between 1984 and 2017, compared to 1 in 20 white homeowners, the USA Today reported. Dartmouth College researcher Gregory Sharp, who co-authored the report, said the difference could come down to the availability of extended-family wealth in ... [more] The post Black homeowners twice as likely to lose homes and return to renting: Report appeared first on The Real Deal South Florida.

  • Ski resorts gear up for tough season in the shadow of pandemic
    by TRD Staff on November 22, 2020

    Ski resort operators are gearing up for what could be a tough season. Operators are adopting measures that will be familiar to most patrons by now, according to the New York Times. Most resorts will require face coverings inside and are limiting capacity in trams. Many are also following the standard produced by the National Ski Areas Association called “Ski Well. Be Well,” which includes daily wellness checks for employees and enhanced cleaning protocols. They ... [more] The post Ski resorts gear up for tough season in the shadow of pandemic appeared first on The Real Deal South Florida.

  • Infomercial king pitches his Santa Barbara ranch
    by TRD Staff on November 22, 2020

    Inventor and infomercial king Ron Popeil’s latest pitch is for his 150-acre Santa Barbara ranch with seven miles of trails. But wait, there’s more. Popeil, whose Ronco company manufactured and sold various cooking devices and kitchen accessories, is asking $4.9 million for the sprawling property that includes a two-bedroom home and 800 olive trees, according to the Los Angeles Times. He paid $2.1 million for the property in 2007. The ranch centers on the 1800s-era ... [more] The post Infomercial king pitches his Santa Barbara ranch appeared first on The Real Deal South Florida.

  • For some employees, WFH now includes a view of the Mediterranean
    by TRD Staff on November 21, 2020

    As winter nears and coronavirus infections spike in the U.S. and parts of Europe, some workers are heading for warmer, more remote climes. Those fortunate Europeans and Americans — but not ultra wealthy — are leaving cities like Paris, London and New York for locales around the Mediterranean, according to the Wall Street Journal. Besides the weather, some destinations have the added benefit of a lower cost of living. Jennifer Babin, whose employer is based ... [more] The post For some employees, WFH now includes a view of the Mediterranean appeared first on The Real Deal South Florida.

  • Here’s how South Korea plans to create 100K units of housing
    by TRD Staff on November 21, 2020

    The South Korean government wants to convert empty hotels and office buildings into over 100,000 residential units over the next two years. The effort is meant to address concerns among residents about rising rents and supply shortages, according to CNBC. The government wants to create 114,000 units of one-person public housing through the program. “You all will be able to see hotels turning into affordable, high-quality, single-family homes,” said Kim Hyun-mee, minister of Land, Infrastructure ... [more] The post Here’s how South Korea plans to create 100K units of housing appeared first on The Real Deal South Florida.

  • Fake Kardashian home in Studio City gets price bump
    by TRD Staff on November 21, 2020

    The Los Angeles house that stood in for Kris Jenner’s home on “Keeping Up With The Kardashians” is back on the market with a new, higher asking price. The 7,843-square-foot home first listed in June, asking $7.8 million; now, that ask is up to $8 million, according to the New York Post. The property has been on and off the market for the last decade. It last sold in late 2018 for $5.3 million, and ... [more] The post Fake Kardashian home in Studio City gets price bump appeared first on The Real Deal South Florida.

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