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Latin America's Woes Won't Spark Miami Real Estate Boom

Law360 (May 16, 2019, 11:04 PM EDT) -- As the "Gateway to the Americas," Miami and its real estate market have often benefited when political or economic upheaval strikes Latin America, but the current crisis in Venezuela and uncertainty in neighboring countries may not unleash a wave of new investment, experts said Thursday at a real estate event in the city.

Miami and the greater South Florida region remain a top choice for Latin Americans seeking a secure place to move themselves and their money, attorneys and financial experts said during law firm Holland & Knight LLP's annual South Florida Market Update. But while they pointed out certain new...
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