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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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  • Common raises $50M, eyes housing for remote workers
    by By E.B. Solomont on September 22, 2020

    With its eye on housing for remote workers, co-living startup Common has raised $50 million in new funding. The Series D was led by Kinnevik with participation from existing investors Maveron, 8VC and Norwest Venture Partners, CEO Brad Hargreaves wrote in a blog post Tuesday. The round brings Common’s total funding to more than $113 million at a time when urban rental markets are struggling due to the pandemic. Founded in New York in 2015, ... [more] The post Common raises $50M, eyes housing for remote workers appeared first on The Real Deal Miami.

  • Newly uncovered trademarks show Trump’s Cuba real estate aspirations
    by Staff on September 22, 2020

    Newly uncovered trademarks illustrate President Trump’s Cuba real estate ambitions, as well as those in other countries. The Trump name had legal protections for use in real estate investing, hotels, casinos and other commercial activities in Cuba from 2010 to 2018, when it expired, according to the Miami Herald. The president applied for the trademark in 2008, despite previously saying he didn’t intend to do business in the country until it was “free,” according to ... [more] The post Newly uncovered trademarks show Trump’s Cuba real estate aspirations appeared first on The Real Deal Miami.

  • Editor’s note: We’re all holding our breath
    by By Stuart Elliott on September 22, 2020

    If there’s one thing investors don’t like, it’s uncertainty. Unfortunately, that’s all we seem to have these days. As we head into the homestretch before the presidential election, amid a pandemic, wildfires raging, a deep partisan divide in the country, social unrest and financial fallout (not to mention the discovery of possible signs of life on Venus), it’s hard to imagine how much more could be unsettled. Even in a normal election year —with a ... [more] The post Editor’s note: We’re all holding our breath appeared first on The Real Deal Miami.

  • Banks required balloon payments, stayed mum on foreclosure moratorium
    by By Georgia Kromrei on September 22, 2020

    Big banks led some consumers into financially risky mortgage agreements instead of offering the full relief program touted by the federal government, according to a report analyzing complaints. Detailing the practices of 13 large banks in those cases, researchers found that banks regularly offered forbearance as the only option to homeowners — sometimes requiring balloon payments at the end of the grace period, or putting the loans in forbearance without getting the borrower’s permission. Banks ... [more] The post Banks required balloon payments, stayed mum on foreclosure moratorium appeared first on The Real Deal Miami.

  • Devour these snacks to help enjoy your workday
    by By Sydney Winnick on September 22, 2020

    Note: These items are independently selected by our team. However, TRD may receive a commission when you purchase products through affiliate links. How often have you had to hide your snacks at the office? Whether out of fear of messiness or judgement from your co-workers, we’ve all been there. Just ask yourself: How often are you opting for a salad over a burger for lunch? While there are no replacements for business dinners and shared ... [more] The post Devour these snacks to help enjoy your workday appeared first on The Real Deal Miami.

  • South Florida home sales rise, condo sales fall in August
    by By Katherine Kallergis on September 22, 2020

    South Florida experienced a jump in home sales in August, while condo sales fell, as buyers increasingly show their preference for single-family homes. After months of overall declines due to coronavirus, an increase in single-family home sales carried the market last month, according to tri-county data from the Miami Association of Realtors: At the same time, prices rose throughout the region. Miami-Dade Residential sales grew by 6.4 percent, year-over-year, to 2,527. Single-family home sales jumped ... [more] The post South Florida home sales rise, condo sales fall in August appeared first on The Real Deal Miami.

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