Cash Not Loans: Forbes Article Discusses Why There's Record High Foreign Investment in Miami Real Estate and the Pay as You Build Investment Model

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Forbes Magazine published an article on Valentine's Day entitled "For Miami Real Estate, Better To Be A Foreigner," which explores the huge amount of foreign investor interest in Miami real estate development.  It's not a discussion of whether or not international investors are investigating Miami and South Florida real estate: that's a given.

What Forbes' article focuses upon is the fact that one of the key advantages is the Latin American financial model for buying real estate with cash on the table, no long-term financing strategies like America is used to doing. 

We've posted about buyers like those arriving in Florida from Brazil being ready to buy condos and other real estate in Miami and elsewhere with cash assets, not borrowed money.  Forbes isn't the first national publication to take notice of Florida real estate's growing love affair with foreign investors; however, this article does explain the great advantage of the cash purchasing model.

Please see full article below for more information.

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